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FEE Citrinne portrait.png
Portrait render of Citrinne.

Prince Alcryst's retainer. Despite her fierce demeanor, she's a noble who cares deeply for her friends.








November 9th


163 cm (5'4")



Starting class


Voiced by



Citrinne (Japanese: シトリニカ Citrinica) is a playable character in Fire Emblem Engage.


Citrinne is palace soldier of Brodia and is a retainer of Prince Alcryst.[1][2] She is a noble,[2] and is a cousin to Alcryst and Diamant.[1]

Fire Emblem Engage


Citrinne is a playable character.

Starting stats and growth rates

Small portrait citrinne fe17.png
Ma ns02 mage citrinne.png Mage
Level 10
Movement 4
SP 500
Recruitment: Chapter 7, automatically from turn 1.

Stats Growth Rates Cap Modifiers

Inventory Skills
Weapon Levels
Swords -- Lances -- Axes -- Bows --
Knives -- Tomes (Innate) B Staves Pr Arts --


This character analysis section may not be accurate to every player's experience.

With poor stat growths and a concerning inability to absorb damage, Citrinne is a questionable unit to deploy under most circumstances. In general combat, she's outclassed by Anna, Chloé, Jean and even generalists like Framme who, with better personal growths, can more easily afford to level up as a Mage Knight or Sage, classes in which Citrinne will be slow and dangerously fragile.

While Citrinne's stats are poor outside of Mag, she can perform adequately in roles where Spd is less important or subject to a low cap. With a realistic amount of investment, she can ORKO most non-boss targets with Dire Thunder, she's a good user of this ability since her Mag cap modifier of +3 lets her reach one-rounding thresholds as a High Priest whereas most characters would be pushed towards the slower and more fragile Sage; Citrinne also retains access to A-rank tomes in the former class. The same cap modifier is also very useful in martial classes with magical weapons, such as a Radiant Bow Warrior, a role in which Citrinne can reliably one-shot fliers throughout the game and still deal respectable damage to ground units. A martial path such as Warrior into Bow Knight will also help her gain enough speed and bulk to eventually fight on the enemy phase as well, especially considering that a Bow Knight can use a Levin Sword.

Personality and character

Citrinne tends to be seen as haughty by others, but is actually kindhearted and cares about her friends.[1]


Caring Noble Citrinne
Citrinne redoubled her efforts to sway Brodian nobles away from warfare by advocating for peace. Some were unmoved, but many took her words to heart.
Despite the great weight on her shoulders, her graceful smile was ever present—especially at the balls and galas that she so loved.

Divine Dragon Alear & Caring Noble Citrinne
Alear became the new Divine Dragon Monarch. His/Her bonds with the rulers of each nation resulted in lasting peace.
Citrinne used her vast wealth and connections to aid postwar recovery across Elyos. A statue of her and the Divine Dragon Monarch was erected in Brodia.


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Battle quotes

I suppose this a time when riches aren't much help...but I shall pray with all my heart!
— Citrinne in The Last Engage.

Critical quotes

I will protect everyone!
— Citrinne
Care to join me?
— Citrinne
I have a gift for you!
— Citrinne
Allow me to dazzle you!
— Citrinne

Defeat quotes

Flavor text

Game Text
Prince Alcryst's retainer. Despite her
fierce demeanor, she's a noble who
cares deeply for her friends.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes


From citrine, a variety of quartz.



Officially romanized as Citrinica.
















Simplified Chinese



Traditional Chinese





  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 ファイアーエムブレム エンゲージ:世界の命運を握る者たち | Nintendo Switch | 任天堂,, Published: December 9, 2022, Retrieved: December 9, 2022
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Everyday outfit of Citrinne, Prince Alcryst's retainer. The jacket is made with quality faux fur, and the charms of a noble house adorn the belt." — Noble Jacket description, Fire Emblem Engage
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Fire Emblem Engage
Playable characters AlcrystAlearAlfredAmberAnnaBoucheronBunetCélineChloéCitrinneClanneDiamantEtieFogadoFrammeGoldmaryHortensiaIvyJadeJeanKagetsuLapisLindonLouisMauvierMerrinPandreoPanetteRosadoSaphirSeadallTimerraVanderVeyleYunakaZelkov
Non-playable characters AnisseAnjeCalneyDurthonÈvePinetSeanSeforiaSommie (TBA)
Bosses AbymeBylethCamillaCelicaChromCorrinEirikaGrissHectorHortensiaHyacinthIkeIvyLeifLucinaLumeraLynMarniMarthMauvierMicaiahMitanMorionNeluccePast AlearRobinRodineRoySigurdSombronSorenTerondaTetchieTikiTotchieVeronicaVeyleZephia
Emblems BylethCamillaCelicaChromClaudeCorrinDimitriEdelgardEirikaEphraimHectorIkeLeifLucinaLynMarthMicaiahRobinRoySigurdSorenTikiVeronica
Regalia and personal weapons LibérationMisericordeObscurité (TBA)
Chapters Main story P: The Emblems • 1: Awake at Last • 2: Queen Lumera • 3: Hostilities • 4: A Land in Bloom • 5: Retaking the Castle • 6: The Stolen Ring • 7: Dark Emblem • 8: The Kingdom of Might • 9: A Clash of Forces • 10: The Fell Dragon Sombron • 11: Retreat • 12: The Sentinels • 13: Heroes of the Oasis • 14: The Battle for Solm • 15: Dancer in the Ruins • 16: Seashore Travels • 17: Serenity in Ruin • 18: The Cold Voyage • 19: The Dead Town • 20: The Kingless Castle • 21: The Return • 22: The Fell & the Divine • 23: The Four Hounds • 24: Recollections • 25: The Final Guardian • 26: The Last Engage
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