Fire Emblem If is now available in Japan. With its release, we get a detailed look at how amiibo will be incorporated into the game. It’s probably safe to assume that Fire Emblem Fates, scheduled for release in North America early next year, will boast similar functionality.

Only the four Fire Emblem amiibo are compatible with the game; no Mushroom Kingdom crossovers, sorry. Scanning your Marth, Ike, Lucina, or Robin amiibo in My Castle, your base of operations, will cause them to appear in your plaza. From here, you can converse with and accept duel challenges from each. Upon besting your guests in battle, they will offer to join your army.

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Within their dialogue, each of these series veterans offers a bit of recent backstory, keying us into what they’ve been up to. And what have they been up to? Well, we already know the answer to that. Ike talks about fighting countless warriors from all over the world, Robin mentions battling many combatants, launching, and being launched. Lucina tells us about a “battleground” where she has honed her skills, and Marth seems to remember you from somewhere. Goofy? Maybe a little, but these are Smash Bros. amiibo, after all.

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  1. Professor Oak says:

    What about the upcoming Roy Amiibo? Good thing I have the other 4 😀

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    • Brittin_NI says:

      As far as I can tell, there has been no official announcement about Roy support. But I’d say it’s a pretty safe assumption.

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  2. Durge says:

    If you could only find these Amiibo…

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  3. TheFunny Nerd says:

    Anything related to Fire Emblem Fates is good news to me hehe. Just excited about getting this game next year. It makes me wish I spoke Japanese so I could get to it earlier, but oh well, one can’t have it all.

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