Today’s a quick one from FE Heroes: The Bound Hero Battle Revival: Morgan & Morgan is now live!
If you’ve already completed all difficulties, you can still earn an additional 5 Orbs through the quests that come with it. The event comes to an end on the 2nd of March 6:59am UTC.
Also today: A new Resplendent Hero is being distributed to subscribers of the Feh Pass.
Cordelia: Knight Paragon will receive a visual upgrade alongside a nice boost to her stats should you own the Pass already or purchase the pass before the 10th of March 6:59am UTC.
The next Resplendent to be released on the 10th of March 7:00am UTC is confirmed to be Ike: Young Mercenary. You can click on “Read more” below to view the artwork.
The official Fire Emblem Warriors Twitter has revealed a short trailer showing off the recently-revealed Cordelia in action.
Cordelia’s gameplay seems to revolve around spinning, dashes and aerial acrobatics in general.
Her Musou (special attack) utilizes her position in the pegasus squadron to summon a massive army of pegasi to rush foes, not too unlike how Tanith in Path of Radiance can summon reinforcement pegasus knights.
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.