Nevermind, I give up predicting the Japanese Fire Emblem Engage Twitter posts!
Today, we have a few details about Framme, Cramme’s younger sister who appeared in the reveal trailer.
First, her profile:
Framme (Sayaka Senbongi) is a 33rd generation Dragon Guardian, protecting the Divine Dragon at the Land of Lythos. She’s Cramme’s younger twin sister and more determined and lively compared to her brother.
As expected, she’s also a 33rd generation Dragon Guardian, like Cramme. It makes me wonder if there could be other Dragon Guardians besides Vander and the twins. Since Cramme was described as the gentle twin, it doesn’t surprise me that Framme is the more lively one.
Monk is an interesting class; in Blazing Blade and The Sacred Stones, it was a Light magic wielding class. Here, it seems to be a Brawling and Staff class, as we’ll see later.
Next is a video showcasing Framme in battle. On the surface, it’s not super interesting because we already saw Framme fighting in the reveal trailer. But there are a few things of note.
Beforehand, some of the more boring stuff. This map is the same one from the Cramme spotlight. It’s also the same map that Framme was fighting in the reveal trailer. Looking at the map, the allies are unchanged although Alfred and Céline have Engaged with their Emblems.
Unlike Alear, Vander and Cramme, Framme’s skill doesn’t seem to trigger for adjacent units. It also does not seem to trigger during battle.
Her Monk class belongs to the Qigong category, unlike Mystical for Cramme’s Mage or Céline’s Noble classes. Qigong is a form of martial art, with roots in China and other parts of Asia, which focuses “life energy” (Qi) into movement, posture, etc.