One of the main focuses of recent Fire Emblem games is the possibility to recruit a lot of characters for your army. Fire Emblem: Awakening is not so different in this regard, with a lot of characters available for recruitment. As always, many of the characters can join you automatically but for some others you will have to take specific steps to make them join like deploying a specific character and make them talk with the possible recruit. With the many advanced classes available in the game you may want to recruit as many characters as possible to create the most diverse army: some classes are only useful in specific situations and that’s where the many characters of the game will come in. In this guide we will be listing all the characters available, both automatic recruitments and optionals, with small descriptions for each character: a lot of the automatically recruited characters often have something they’re really good at and I always recommend to not change their class to a different type. You will have plenty of occasions to do so with the optional characters: unlike the story ones, they have some more average features and are perfect to experiment with customization. So save your seals for these characters.
- Paralogue 12: Disowned by Time
To unlock Paralogue 12 you will have to give your created character a support relationship of S. To recruit Morgan, simply talk with the character using Chrom or your custom character. Once the talking is done, Morgan will join your army. Morgan is quite a unique character since his or her starting class are determined by different parental combinations: Morgan will take the basic classes of the your character’s mate, unless he marries Olivia, Chrom or Lucina. In this case Morgan will be a tactician and won’t be playable. For the rest, Morgan is fully customizable and you will be able to ship him or her however you want, staring from the basic classes available. Being a blank slate, you can turn this character into anything you want but it’s going to take a lot of training: if you’re late in the game it’s probably not going to be worth it.
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