Fire Emblem broke into the mainstream when Marth and Roy were featured in Super Smash Bros. Melee on GameCube, and after a rocky intermission, it’s here to stay as one of Nintendo’s major franchises. Each character — and there are so many characters — has a unique look, which makes Fire Emblem a perfect source for Animal Crossing: New Horizons designs. Fire Emblem: Three Houses gets the lion’s share of outfits, befitting the most recent entry in the series. But we’ve got Fire Emblem Animal Crossing codes spanning the entire series, from Shadows of Valentia to Awakening and everything in-between.
As with all New Horizons designs, you’ll first need the Able Sisters on your island and a Nintendo Switch Online subscription. Mosey to the back of the tailors’ shop and interact with the Pro Design kiosk to download your codes. But if you just want to use a QR code from this list, you need to download the Switch Online mobile app, choose Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and use NookLink to scan the codes instead.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses Codes for Animal Crossing
Three Houses is currently the most recognizable Fire Emblem game. That’s partly from being the only one currently available for the Nintendo Switch and partly from being absolutely fantastic. If you’re looking to dress up like your favorite monastery student or even a certain sewer kid, then these Fire Emblem Animal Crossing codes are for you.
We’ve also got Hilda’s pre-time skip look.
There are also some nice variations on the Monastery get-up bringing in the various ways all students wear them. And a ball cap, which they most definitely did not wear.
Post-time skip House leaders might look the snazziest, but their pre-time skip looks are pretty nice too.
Other Fire Emblem Animal Crossing outfits
Of course, Three Houses is just the latest in the Fire Emblem series. There are many, many other games and characters, even if most of them haven’t actually made it to the West. Some, like Chrom and Robin, are instantly recognizable thanks to Super Smash Bros. Others, like Idunn, villain of the unlocalized Binding Blade, might not be so familiar to those who haven’t played fan translations or the official Japanese releases. Either way, there’s a bunch of other Fire Emblem Animal Crossing codes to pick from if you want to go back further than Three Houses.
Marth technically should be on his own, but it fits he’s in with his descendants anyway.
Fire Emblem has an absolute ton of characters, but some stick out as fan-favorites more than others, hence the somewhat random collection of outfits spanning the Game Boy Advance Fire Emblem titles.
There’s also this lovely Wrys robe, honoring the gentle cleric from the first Fire Emblem.
Somewhat unsurprisingly given the platform, Fire Emblem: Fates codes are mainly restricted to QR codes, with one exception.
Here’s the male variant from hannah-kate:
And now we move on to the Nohrian royalty.
This Camilla outfit is from Dano:
Last of all, two Ike outfits. We were rather surprised Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn weren’t represented as much, but at least we have the hero himself.
While every game in the series might not be represented in our list, we hope there’s a Fire Emblem Animal Crossing code for everyone here. And if Fire Emblem is only one fandom you’re part of, be sure to check out our other Animal Crossing: New Horizons designs collections:
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- My Hero Academia codes for Animal Crossing
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- Super Mario codes for Animal Crossing
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