Serenes Forest is home to quite a few talented artists. Several of those artists have been collaborating efforts for many moons now, and have finally finished preparations for the second annual version of Together We Ride.
Together We Ride is a zine that explores the similarities that can be found throughout the Fire Emblem series’ considerable cast. Each individual artwork in this zine features multiple characters spanning across nine games among the Fire Emblem series. Volume two consists of thirty+ full-color illustrated pages by twenty-two artists and writers (listed below), each featuring combinations chosen by them.
The second issue of Together We Ride is now available for pre-order, and will focus on elements from Fire Emblem Fates and Fire Emblem Heroes, with love for many prior versions. Pre-orders will be up until June 30. Of course, there’s a pre-order bonus…several, actually. Fans who pre-order will receive a sticker set and postcards, and for more dedicated fans, an adorable 1.5″ wooden charm featuring everybody’s favorite Fire Emblem Heroes avian mascot.
Full details on the preorder info can be found below:
Today, during Nintendo Treehouse’s coverage of Fire Emblem Warriors at E3, we not only got to see about 10 minutes of gameplay, but were also introduced to two new supported amiibo for the game!
Chrom and young Tiki will be joining the amiibo lineup, most likely being released with the game itself.
Additionally, while there was a lot of discussion brought up during the gameplay, some dialogue from Nintendo did make some statements addressing the high volume of sword users and limited characters being available, stating that it will not be something to worry about.
Finally, some pre-orders are up for Fire Emblem Warriors. Click here for the New 3DS version, and here for the Switch version.
Image from NintendoAmerica’s Twitter feed
*Edit: Added demonstration video
There’s quite a bit of news to cover for Heroes today, so without getting carried away with fluff, let’s just start with the elephant in the room.
Summoners hopefully used their time well to nab Female Robin and Navarre from their Grand Hero Battles, and complete their quests, too. While they’ve now departed, Summoners can quell their anticipation for the next Grand Hero Battle, as Xander has finally made his face known and his challenge available.
Of course, what would a Grand Hero Battle be without a dedicated Banner? This time, you can look forward to pulling Linde (convenient for the upcoming Voting Gauntlet and overall good unit), Arthur, Cordelia and Chrom.
Xander’s Grand Hero Battle and the Challenging Xander Banner will be available to challenge from today, until May 8 This is convenient, as on May 7, We’ll have the Fire Emblem Heroes v.1.3 Update available.