A new special battle event is now live in Fire Emblem Heroes: Bound Hero Battle: Corrin & Azura! Check it out in the Special Maps menu. Alongside the BHB is also a new banner containing 5★ focus units for Male Corrin, Azura, and Kagero.
You can challenge Corrin and Azura on maps of three different difficulties. Each one will reward you with Orbs if you can complete the battle without losing a unit. Complete all three to earn nine Orbs! These special maps will be available for little over a week, ending on 24 February. The summoning banner also ends then as well.
Additionally, the final round of voting is now live for the “A Hero Rises” voting event! Heroes players have spoken, and the four most-voted units are: Christmas Tharja, Legendary Hero Ike, Performing Arts Azura, and Hector.
In this final round of voting, you may only choose between these four units. The voting will last until 20 February at 3:00am UTC. Cast your votes on the official site here!
You will be able to recruit the final winner in-game after completing a new Xenologue chapter. This map is scheduled to go live in late February, though they’ve not yet announced an official date. We will probably get more info next week after the vote is complete.
In celebration of the release of the latest DLC for Warriors, Fire Emblem Heroes is releasing some new Fire Emblem Warriors Special Maps! Check them out in the Special Maps screen.
There will be three different sets of maps in total. Each one features one of the new DLC characters: Navarre, Linde, or Minerva. Like the earlier Warriors maps, they’re available on three difficulties and reward an Orb on first completion. Make sure you come prepared, as each map has waves of enemy reinforcements! The boss also spawns multiple times.
First up is Navarre’s map, which is already available. Linde’s and Minerva’s maps will be along in the coming days. All maps will be available until 8 March.
Based on these maps, we can also assume that we’ll get additional maps for the Awakening DLC when it comes out later next month. Have fun beating the maps and training your heroes!
The latest Tempest Trials is now available in Fire Emblem Heroes! Bring your strongest allies and prepare to tackle Tempest Trials: Breath of Destiny.
The Tempest strikes while our heroes are still geared up for the Day of Devotion festival. Eliwood, Lilina, and Roy are separated from their friends, but looking forward to fighting together.
The Tempest Trials has a new home under the Events tab in the Battle screen. Once inside, you can check out the opening page to see your points and the available bonus allies. When you’re ready, select a stage and dive in. The final map features Love Abounds Lilina as a boss on a brand new map.
As usual, the Tempest Trials come bringing a number of gifts. All players can earn an extra 13 Orbs over the next ten days with a new Log-In Bonus. Daily Quests are also back, rewarding people for playing the Trials every day. The biggest rewards, however, are earned within the event itself. Here are some of the highlights:
- Units: 4★ Love Abounds Eliwood at 2,000 and 5★ Love Abounds Eliwood at 30,000.
- Sacred Seals: Threaten Atk at 12,000, Fortress Res at 20,000, Armored Boots at 40,000.
- Earth Blessing at 25,000
The Armored Boots seal is a completely new skill, giving any hero the ability to move an extra square if they’re at full heath. Other rewards include lots of Orbs, as well as Hero Feathers, Sacred Coins, Shards and Crystals.
Tempest Trials: Breath of Destiny will be around for the next two weeks, ending on 28 February.
A new series of quests has just gone live in Fire Emblem Heroes! When you have some time to spare, feel free to check out the Battling with Fjorm Quests.
Unlike the previous unit-specific quests featuring Alfonse, Sharena, and Anna, these quests are not solely about just using Fjorm. Instead, you’ll be using all four of these units to KO various types of foes. The rewards include four Orbs as well as a multitude of other prizes. Check out the full list below!
The Battling with Fjorms quests will be available for about two weeks, ending on 26 February.