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Heroes: First FEH Channel of 2021 brings news of CYL Winners, Version Update News, A Hero Rises, and 4th Anniversary Rewards

Summoners, it’s that time of year again, in the form of the anniversary of Fire Emblem Heroes! We’re at its 4th anniversary, and have quite a bit of news to take in, courtesy of Feh’s latest Feh Channel. If you didn’t get to watch it, click here. I’ll do my best to summarize the key points though, assuming you skimmed the video, or can’t watch it quite yet.

Chrom and Byleth (F) received third place positions by a fairly sizable margin. For full results, click here.

Marth finally got his day, as well as Eirika, bringing two more Lords into the fray of Choose Your Legends victors, but they both found themselves in 2nd place, following Fire Emblem Three Houses’ Gatekeeper and Marianne. At first, I thought that the Gatekeeper votes were going to be just for kicks, but I’m stunned to see that he ended up victorious, even over short-end-of-the-stick Marth after all these years. I’m not dissappointed, however; I have great hopes for these units in their debut, and hope that you do, too!

The next A Hero Rises event starts today, in which Summoners can log onto a website (click Here) and vote for a beloved unit. The 8 units that win this contest, become a part of their own Voting Gauntlet featured later this year, and the winner of that Voting Gauntlet becomes a free gift unit to all Summoners.

The polls are open for 1 week, starting today, and the Voting Gauntlet itself will run from Feb 26 – Mar 4. The gifted unit will be distributed on Mar 10. Furthermore, the Top-4 Heroes in the Voting Gauntlet will be part of their own Summoning event, complete with Spark on 40. This will likely occur in March of this year.

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Heroes: FEH Channel’s second summer edition shows off CYL 4 winners, upcoming GHB, and next Update details of Trait-adjusting and new play mode, Frontline Phalanx

Feh returns with part two of the August edition of Feh Channel.

[The Japanese trailer can be viewed here]

Choose Your Legends Round 4 units are finally debuted. As a reminder, we have winners of each gender Dimitri and Edelgard, as well as runners-up Claude and Lysithea. You’ll notice through the artwork, is that all four units have their design based on their FE Cipher (the FE trading card game) artwork.

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Heroes: February’s Feh Channel Announces CYL 4 Winners, Upcoming Lovely Gifts Summoning Event, QoL Improvements and More

Greetings, Summoners! It’s that time of year again, in which we get not only another Feh Channel, but the first one of 2020. What does Feh see in store for this one?

In this ~23 minute video, we’re greeted by Fehnix, the Chief of the Sovereign Order of Avian Reporters, Feh’s boss, who is standing in for Feh while she takes a vacation and teaches Xander to swim.

We start with a quick Choose Your Legends 4 winner squad, featuring in the Ladies bracket, winner Edelgard and runner-up Lysithea, and in the Mens bracket, winner Dimitri and runner-up Claude. There wasn’t much else to share, just their placement being confirmed, for their inevitable special version release.

All four pictures of the winners showcased their War Arc artwork, so I’d bet an Orb that their alts will be based on their War Arc appearances. The full results can be seen here.

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Heroes: Hot-Spring Re-Run & Choose Your Legends 4 Interim Results!

As outlined in this month’s Fire Emblem Heroes event calendar, the Hostile Springs banner is back for another run.

Until the daily rollover on 24th February (UTC), Summoners can try to grab relaxation versions of Ryoma, Elise, Sakura and Hinoka. Not quite newsworthy, but I managed to +10 Sakura! Please don’t judge me, I’d love to have a Sakura alt that’s fully clothed.

What is newsworthy is the interim results for Choose Your Legends 4!

Similar to previous years, the official Twitter account shared the results after Day 3 of voting. Listed are the current Top 20 male and female Heroes. At the time of writing, there are 4 more days of voting, so anything could change!

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