This week’s Famitsu is now out and thanks to the wonderful people at RPG Site, we have a detailed translation of all the key information, which you can find here.
As we learned earlier, Cordelia from Awakening is our very first Pegasus Knight and flying unit in general.
Flying units will have paths unique to them–this is not unlike Samurai Warriors where ninja characters had a double jump that could let them access hidden routes and shortcuts for quicker passage across maps.
Female Robin is not going to be present in story mode and has the same weapon as Robin, which makes me think she’s just an alt unusable in story mode or an outright clone who is only allowed in the extra modes. Read more
Famitsu’s official website has shared a tiny Fire Emblem Warriors-related snippet from its next issue, which arrives on Japanese bookshelves on 3rd August.
We learn that Cordelia, the exceptionally skilled yet humble Ylissean Pegasus Knight, and the female version of Robin the Tactician will be joining the previously-announced Awakening warriors on the battlefield.
The accompanying text also states that the magazine will be delving into key gameplay mechanics such as effective damage, the weapon triangle, as as well as Classic and Casual (modes, presumably).
In Classic, fallen characters cannot be re-deployed, mimicking permanent death in the main series games, while this restriction is removed in Casual. Earlier, the developers had teased permanent death, so it’ll be interesting to see how it works here.
The third place Bond Support snippet is now up, featuring Corrin & Xander.
A translation from one of our forum members Torii yet again gives us some details into what is actually happening via the dialog.
Much like the recent support snippets poll to see some of the characters interacting, the Fire Emblem Warriors Twitter has started a brand new poll.
This time highlighting duos who have dual special attacks.
The poll options are in this order
1. Lucina & Marth
2. Lissa & Frederick
3. Ryoma & Xander
4. Frederick & Robin
As a side note, I’m genuinely surprised Corrin & Robin isn’t a poll option here.
If the tweet is retweeted 2,000 times, we’ll get the second place option in addition to the most popular selection. Additionally, 3,000 retweets will earn us the third place option, too.
The potential to have cool dual attacks is quite nice; dual Musous are not new to the franchise, but them being original and not just two people using a more powerful version of their Musou attacks as a team, is quite appealing.
Special thanks to Torii on our forums for bringing this information to light.
What are you waiting for? Get to re-tweeting, fellow Warriors!