Ready to add a lot more hours in Three Houses? From today, all players can download the free version 1.0.2 update. This includes the previously teased higher difficulty level, a few additional features and various bug changes.
With this update, expansion pass owners can access the Wave 2 contents. Look forward to new glasses for the protagonist, house loungewear for your students, new stat-boosting items and auxiliary battles (including a new “Corridor of the Tempest” music track).
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Furthermore, looking at the expansion pass’s updated eShop listing, it seems there will be at least two more sets of costumes, which will presumably be added in Wave 3 (alongside the additional quests).
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Today we see the beginning of a new Tempest Trials+: Till Song’s End, and with it comes our second free magic dancer!
You can pick up the usual rewards of Orbs, Feathers, Sacred Coins, etc. alongside Rinea: Reminiscent Belle (a blue tome refresher) and two new Sacred Seals: Def/Res Bond and Atk Feint.
The event will begin today and will last until the 20th of September, 6:59am UTC.
Yesterday we also saw the revival of the Panne Grand Hero Battle.
You can complete the accompanying quests to unlock a free copy of Panne alon with four Orbs. Players who have yet to challenge the GHB can also earn themselves the initial three copies by defeating each difficulty for the first time. The GHB Revival will come to a close on the 15th of September, 6:59am UTC.
During late August, a physical version of the official Fire Emblem Heroes “Life of Heroes” comic was released in Japan. It included 83 of the currently released chapters, as well as some brand new character-specific illustrations and comics.
If you’re interested, you can check out these extras on Kirokan‘s website–as well as translations of all the chapters released thus far.
By the way, if you’re wondering why the name of the comic keeps changing… “Life of Heroes” is the official spelling according to the physical version of the comic itself. The other names are simply fan interpretations of the Japanese title.
Also, you may have noticed that the character illustrations all use the official English spellings, despite some of the characters having different names in Japanese (like Sharon versus Sharena). Yet they used the Japanese name (Eclat) for Kiran…