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Concept artwork of Clanne.

An apprentice Steward of the Dragon and the gentle twin brother of Framme.








March 10


160 cm (5′3″)


Framme (younger twin sister)



Starting class


Voiced by



Clanne (Japanese: クラン Clan) is a playable character in Fire Emblem Engage.


Clanne is a 33rd generation Steward of the Dragon along with his younger twin sister Framme, tasked with watching over Alear in their slumber.[1]

Fire Emblem Engage


Clanne is a playable character.

Starting stats and growth rates

Playable - Main story

See also: Awake at Last

NPC, Chapter 1 Playable

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Ma ns02 mage clanne.png Mage
Level 1
Movement 4
SP 300
Recruitment: Chapter 2, automatically from the start.

Stats Growth Rates Cap Modifiers

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

Playable - Fell Xenologue

Fell Xenologue 1 Fell Xenologue 2 Fell Xenologue 3 Fell Xenologue 4 Fell Xenologue 5 Fell Xenologue 6

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Ma ns02 mage clanne.png Mage
Level 15
Movement 4
Max HP 25 Defense 8
Strength 6 Resistance 11
Magic 9 Luck 7
Dexterity 17 Build 5
Speed 16−1
Inventory Skills
Verdant Faith
Weapon Levels
Swords -- Lances -- Axes -- Bows --
Knives -- Tomes B Staves -- Arts -- Special --


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

Clanne is one of the four units with the privilege of starting at level one, and therefore being able to benefit from fully optimized development if the player so decides. Despite what his starting class would suggest, his magic growth is unusually low, a 10% (plus the +25% from the Mage class) growth, the lowest of the default spellcasters. Because of this, he has no business leveling in his starting class, and he of course joins before Tiki, this would require that he be benched until a class-change seal and said emblem are available. Fortunately, this is painless in Clanne's case, as unlike Framme he brings nothing unique to the early chapters.

Regardless of how much the player wishes to optimize, Clanne should switch to a martial class to further boost his respectable physical stat growths. Sword Fighter, with fantastic growths for a base class, is a good choice. For promotion, Wyvern Knight, Warrior and Berserker are all safe options, offering excellent overall growths with some bias towards Def, Spd and Str+Bld respectively. The latter two are slow-moving and therefore best used just as a mid-game leveling class. All three will leave Clanne's defenses lopsided towards Def, which is much better than the other way around and can optionally be fixed with Talismans; three of these are obtained early on and few characters are hungry for them.

For the mandatory second reclass at level 30, Wyvern Knight is a safe choice, but by then Clanne's Str will already be high enough that Griffin Knight also becomes tempting, offering staff utility and some additional Spd while fixing Clanne's Res shortage without using Talismans. The main argument in favor of the Wyvern Knight is that it can use both lances and axes (swords making little sense on Clanne with their lack of a ranged physical option), making it less susceptible to being broken on the enemy phase. If the player's army is too flier-heavy, Royal or Great Knight can also be considered. In any case, a well-optimized Clanne will enter the late game as a formidable physical bruiser more than capable of tackling the by then very tough enemies.


Clanne is calm, and is a fan of Alear.[1]


Main article: Clanne/Supports


Calm Steward Clanne
Clanne succeeded Vander as a steward. As he grew older, his levelheaded demeanor was likened to Vander's own.
He so revered the Divine Dragon Monarch that, when it was time to select the 34th generation of stewards, he tested candidates on their love for Alear.

Divine Dragon Alear & Calm Steward Clanne
Alear became the new Divine Dragon Monarch. His/Her bonds with the rulers of each nation resulted in lasting peace.
Clanne served as his/her steward and closest ally for many years to come. Even as he grew older, his talent for making pickles never declines.


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Battle quotes

Clanne: Queen Lumera, I don't want to attack you. Ugh, I feel dizzy...
Lumera: Sharpen your focus, Clanne, lest you miss.

— Clanne fighting Lumera in Chapter 2.
Clanne: Queen Lumera. I... I...
Corrupted Lumera: Sharpen you focus, Clanne, lest you miss.
Clanne: Those words. They sound familiar.
Corrupted Lumera: Aha, let's find out if they save your life!

— Clanne fighting Corrupted Lumera in Chapter 25.
You can do this! Since the day you woke up, I always knew you'd save the world!
— Clanne in Chapter 26.

Critical quotes

For the Divine Dragon.
— Clanne
We'll win this battle!
— Clanne

Defeat quotes

I almost had a chance to be useful and now I can't be by your side anymore... Goodbye...
— Clanne's death quote in Classic Mode.
Ugh, I'm retreating. I'm not sure I'm cut out to be a steward...
— Clanne's retreat quote in a Training Skirmish.

Flavor text

Game Text
An apprentice Steward of the Dragon
and the gentle twin brother of

Etymology and other languages

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




Officially romanized as Clan.
















Simplified Chinese



Traditional Chinese




Official artwork




  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "クラン(CV:天﨑滉平さん)は、聖地リトスで神竜を守る、第三十三代「竜の守り人」。ヴァンドレと共にリュールを守っています。フランの双子の兄で、リュールが目覚めた時に傍にいたようです。おっとりとしていて、神竜のお世話をする神職兼リュールのファンのようです。"Fire Emblem JP on Twitter, Twitter, Published: September 22, 2022, Retrieved: November 27, 2022
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