Heroes: Quests with Anna + Tempest Trials & Voting Gauntlet Conclusions

The Tempest Trials and Voting Gauntlet are done for now, but Fire Emblem Heroes is making sure its players stay busy. Quests with Anna are now available!

These quests are very similar in structure to the Alfonse and Sharena quests from the past couple months. Complete a bunch of missions with Anna and win a variety of prizes, including 3 Orbs! Check out the full quest details below.

Additionally, both the Winter Festival vs. New Year’s Voting Gauntlet and Tempest Trials: A Gift of Peace have now ended. It was a long battle, but in the end, New Years Azura emerged victoriously at the end of the Gauntlet.

The Tempest Trials also just came to an end at this past reset. Don’t forget to head back in one last time to claim your final rewards! The tempest may have been calmed down for now, but I have a feeling Masked Marth will be back again soon…

Quests with Anna
Quest Description Reward
Tower: 1st Stratum Clear the First Stratum of the Training Tower with Anna on your team. 1,500 Verdant Shards
Tower: 5th Stratum Clear the Fifth Stratum of the Training Tower three times with Anna on your team. 1,500 Verdant Crystals
Tower: 9th Stratum Clear the Ninth Stratum of the Training Tower five  times with Anna on your team. 1 Orb
Tower: 10th Stratum Clear the Tenth Stratum of the Training Tower ten times with Anna and two allies on your team. All three allies must survive. 1 Orb
KO with Anna Use Anna to defeat five enemies. 10 Sacred Coins
KO Level 20+ Foe Defeat 10 enemies that are level 20 or higher with Anna. 300 Hero Feathers
KO Level 40+ Foe Defeat 15 enemies that are level 40 or higher with Anna. 1 Orb
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  • Sentinel

    Yeah….keeping “busy” with the Anna quests. I’m sure that’ll take a whole…hour maybe?

    Boy, I really hope they have a cool banner trailer ready for Friday.

  • Bongo Beans

    Yikes – after the Tempest Trial and Re hash of the bound hero battle I was expecting something interesting like maybe Corrin, but this? Thats quite a lot of Anna work for a couple of measily orbs.

  • Laggalot101

    Looks like we’re in a bit of a slow period. I honstly don’t think this is too much cause for alarm, though. I’d rather just wait and see what the anniversary holds. I’ll be shocked if they don’t host a Feh Channel just prior to it. And as far as I’m concerned, Feh Channel hasn’t disappointed yet, so I’ll await it patiently. Not gonna call the game’s doom just yet, I think it’s a little too soon for that.

    • Sisyphe

      It’s likely that between whatever they do for New Year Corrin (unless Corrin is the anniversary gift) and the possible legendary hero banner coming, they aren’t totally dead in the water, but this slow patch is a little irritating, if only because it was avoidable. The only argument in favor of concern is the survey, which frankly suggested to me that they have no idea what they’re doing (because of the content not because of the survey existing). You might also think it was a bit unwise to go so long without a story update after the way they revealed Book 2

      • Laggalot101

        I can sympathize or agree with most of this, but I don’t quite see how the survey is indicative of them having no idea what they’re doing. You’re referring to them pitching ideas for new game modes and such to the player and asking for ideas of their own, I would guess? Given how the game’s been doing since it launched, I don’t (yet) feel all that inclined to doubt the dev team on their ability to expand and improve the game. I can’t be sure, of course, but I like to think that they were going to do a survey regardless, just to see where the game stands right now and what the public perception is like. At that point, why not ask those players if they have any thoughts and ideas? Might as well, seems like a good opportunity.

        • Sisyphe

          I think it’s always great to have surveys. For me, the issue was that the game modes they proposed were so wildly different from the kind of game we have currently. For example, everyone gets a town and gets to go and invade other people’s towns? That’s not even vaguely Fire Emblem. I guess there’s no harm in asking, and I’m not terribly familiar with gacha games, but it seems odd that this was even a suggestion, if they have their content planned out a long way as you’d hope. I didn’t think their other suggestions were anymore seamlessly applicable. I could add that nothing they suggested seems to address issues players appear to currently have with the game, but for me, the survey is merely evidence of concerning behavior. It does not prove it conclusively by any means and I’m not going to be alarmist about it. It’s just a primary reason that there’s a little bit of doubt in the back of my mind about their forethought and the sustainability of the model.

          • Fallen Crow

            I know this is a little off topic, (and I do not mean to disrespect you by doing this) but you should try trimming the fat on your word usage.

    • Bongo Beans

      If the handling of Gunnthrá had been better, or even if the TT reward character had been new I’d be a little more forgiving. Even an interesting banner to spice things up on a dreary grey midwinter tuesday morning would have helped. This just feels tedious.

  • Fallen Crow

    I actually enjoy these little breaks because it gives me time to breath. I can continue to try and beat chain challenege 11 & 12 or finally get shards for sacred seals. Never a moment wasted 🙂