How donations work in Fire Emblem Engage

As you progress through Fire Emblem Engage, you’ll come across several countries working with your party, and they’ll want to help you. If you want to come into their favor you have to support these countries and the best way to do that is by providing donations which cost a good amount of gold. Here’s what you need to know about how donations work and why you should make them in Fire Emblem Engage.

Where to donate in Fire Emblem Engage?

You can start donating when you unlock Somniel at the end of Chapter 3. When visiting this place, go to the northern part of the fortress to the café terrace. This is the more sociable spot at Somniel, and there will be a bulletin board at the back. This is also where you can submit your achievements and get Binding Fragments while playing the game. Again, donations will be the first option on the list.

Related: How to adopt animals in Fire Emblem Engage

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When you click on the Donate option, you can choose which countries you would like to make a sizable donation to. The type of donation is gold. So if you don’t have gold, you can’t make a donation to a country you’ve come to know. It’s important to have money set aside to donate domains, but it’s also important to have a significant amount available to buy items from Somniel, so don’t spend all your money trying to level up an alliance.

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The type of rewards you get from leveling up an alliance with a country includes adopting more animals, getting resources, cosmetic rewards, and more. We recommend revisiting the bulletin board to review your alliances after each chapter and see what rewards you need and how much gold you can devote to this activity. How donations work in Fire Emblem Engage

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