Once you’ve maxed out your level with your current class (Lvl 20 for most classes), it’s time for a change. If your character is a base class promoting to an advanced class, you’ll want to use a Master Seal, in what will probably be a useful, albeit one-time affair. After a character has been promoted to an advanced class, any further class changes will be handled by Second Seals. This page will discuss what Second Seals are, how to use Second Seals, and where you can find Second Seals in Fire Emblem Engage.
What Are Second Seals in Fire Emblem Engage?
Second Seals are the more versatile of the two seals needed to change classes, and while Master Seals are used to promote from a base class to an advanced class, Second Seals have numerous uses, including:
- Changing from a base class to another base class
- Changing from an advanced class to another advanced class
- Changing from an advanced class to a base class
- Resetting the level of your base class or advanced class
Since there’s little value in remaining a base class - much less switching back to one - you should really never need to move back to a base class once you’ve used a Master Seal to promote to an advanced class. Some advanced classes require you to promote from a base class to reach, but this is only via the base class to advanced class route via a Master Seal. Once you’ve been promoted to any advanced class, you can use a Second Seal to change to any other advanced class, provided you have the weapon proficiencies to do so.
For example, starts out a , and can use a Master Seal to promote to her unique advanced class, the , or a Second Seal to change to any other base class she has the proficiency for (including back to , resetting her level and keeping her stats in the process). She cannot, however, promote to pretty much any other advanced class with a Master Seal, as they require the character to be other base classes - e.g. requires a character to be a Lvl 10 . Once has been promoted to an advanced class (most likely ), she can use a Second Seal to transition from to any other advanced class she has the proficiencies for.
It’s a tad convoluted, and if there’s some advanced class you absolutely have to change to, it may require two seals. Your best bet for most characters is to promote to their unique class (if they have one) via a Master Seal or one of the generic advanced classes their base class gives them access to, level that advanced class up to Lvl 20, then switch to something else if you wish.
Where Can You Find Master Seals and Advanced Seals in Fire Emblem Engage?
Second Seals, being the secondary advancement token, are even more rare than Master Seals. While you’ll get the latter from various enemies and chests as you play through the game, Second Seals don’t start appearing until midgame. Granted, you don’t really need them until you’re done with your first advanced class, but if you absolutely must make a lateral class change, your Second Seals will be fairly limited unless you’re willing to buy them.
Below you’ll find the locations of all the Second Seals in the game:
|Second Seal x3||Buy from the Item Shop after Chapter 8|
|Second Seal x3||Buy from the Item Shop after Chapter 11|
|Second Seal x3||Buy from the Item Shop after Chapter 13|
|Second Seal x3||Buy from the Item Shop after Chapter 14|
|Second Seal x3||Buy from the Item Shop after Chapter 16|
|Second Seal||[Paralogue The Azure Twin] - in a chest|
|Second Seal (infinite)||Buy from the Item Shop after Chapter 17|