Today at 3:00AM UTC, Fire Emblem Heroes updated to Patch 3.2.0, adding some new content and making some changes to various things.
Here’s a quick overview of what’s gone down:
- Dragonflowers have been added
- Heroic Ordeals have been added
- Merge Allies is being expanded
- Sharena’s Hero Introductions have been added
- Aether Raids has been updated
- New weapon skills and weapons to refine
- Additional Heroes via Heroic Grails
- Prayer Wheel changes
- And more
Read on to get more details!
Illusory Dungeon has been updated! The new Tap Battle: Kingdom of Nohr features, as you may guess, Heroes and music from the Kingdom of Nohr.
Rhythmically or furiously tap your way through 100 floors and three extra stages throughout the event to earn yourself rewards, including Orbs and new accessories to deck out your Heroes!
Additionally, there are daily quests as the event is running so you can earn yourself some extra Feathers and Badges.
The event begins today, and will end on the 7th of February, 6:59AM UTC.
Also confirmed earlier today: an in-game bug related to the most recent Legendary Hero – Azura: Vallite Songstress.
The bug occurs when when a player uses Legendary Azura’s movement assist skill (e.g. Sing/Gray Waves), has her weapon Prayer Wheel equipped, and has support animations set to “off” in the settings menu.
Our next Legendary Hero has finally arrived, and she’s a Dancer to boot!
Enter Azura: Vallite Songstress, a Blue Mage Flier with a Res boosting Water Blessing. She comes with a new weapon specifically designed for her, the Prayer Wheel, what might be both a highly valuable and highly controversial dance skill in her Gray Waves, and brings the game its first blue Duel skill, in B Duel Flying 3. She’ll fit right in for your Arena team, when she is in the Bonus batch of course.
This Legendary Hero banner kicks off on December 27 at 11p PT, and wraps up on January 7 at 10:59p PT. Along with Azura, comes the usual batch of buddies available at 8%, equaling to three units per color. This group includes:
- Takumi (Summer)
- Hector (Legendary)
- Nino (Flier)
- Marth (Legendary)
- Tiki (Young Summer)
Good luck, summoners!
For more info on Azura: Vallite Songstress’s skills, click Read More. If you’d like to watch the Japanese trailer, click here.