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Fire Emblem Engage

Fire Emblem Engage Relay Tickets Explained

Jacob Woodward

There are a bunch of different items in Fire Emblem Engage and to be frank, it can get confusing when you’re collecting a plethora in each exploration phase. However, a more rare item, and one that you should be paying specific attention to, is the Relay Ticket as it has a special use.

What you will soon realise though, is that these Relay Tickets don’t come around too often, so knowing their exact usage and how to get them is key. This guide will take you through both of those aspects so you know everything on these Fire Emblem Engage Relay Tickets.

What Do Fire Emblem Engage Relay Tickets Do?

If you have come across a Relay Ticket in Fire Emblem Engage and are not sure what to do with it, you’re not alone. These are not used in the main game per se and instead, needed for some co-op action.

Relay Tickets are used in Relay Trials located at the Tower of Trials, south of the Somniel. These Relay Trials task you and others to complete a battle, taking it turns as you go, akin to the likes of a relay race.

!Fire Emblem Engage Relay Trials in-game description

How To Get Fire Emblem Engage Relay Tickets

If you want to get Relay Tickets in Fire Emblem Engage, we’ve got some bad news for you - they’re not farmable in-game. Yes, that’s right, if you want to boost your Relay Ticket stocks to get some more co-op action going, there’s no way in which you can exploit this.

Instead, to get Relay Tickets, what you have to do is reach the point in the game where you unlock the Tower of Trials. Once you do so, you will be rewarded with your first Relay Ticket. After this, you will need to visit the Somniel once every 24 hours and if you do so, you will receive one additional Relay Ticket.

!Fire Emblem Engage co-op player change

This is the one and only way you can receive them by completing an in-game activity. Not from completing the Trials, not from progressing the story further, just simply from visiting the Somniel at least once per day.

There is, however, one other way you can get some Relay Tickets and that’s through amiibos. If you own Fire Emblem-specific amiibos and scan them in, there is a chance you can get an additional Relay Ticket. However, it’s not a guarantee.

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    Adventure, Tactical RPG
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    12 January 2023
  • Last Updated
    7 February 2023
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