Fans of older Heroes, rejoice! In a new Fire Emblem Heroes update coming some time in June, four Heroes released during Year 1 will be receiving new weapon skills and/or refinery options.
This month’s lucky Heroes are Oscar, Saizo, Kagero and Elincia. The first three can learn Loyal Greatlance, Saizo’s Star and Kagero’s Dart respectively. In addition, all three can refine their new weapons, while Elincia can refine her Amiti.
A precise date for this update was not provided, but if it’s anything like past updates, you probably don’t need to wait too long.
Also, as a reminder, the “Marital Bonds” Voting Gauntlet is now active until a few hours before the daily rollover 9th June 2019. As always, there are quests for each of the three rounds. For further details, check the in-game notifications or our earlier article.
The latest Voting Gauntlet event in Fire Emblem Heroes has now started. As we learned earlier, this one is focused around the many abnormally powerful children found in the series.
The starting brackets are Young Tiki versus Male Kana, Lugh versus Ylgr, Fae versus Yune and Flying Nino versus Delthea.
As usual, there are quests for each of the three rounds of the event, each awarding Battle Flags, Orbs, Sacred Coins and Refining Stones. The event runs until a few hours before the daily rollover on 6th May 2019.
Speaking of quests, the second half of the Allegiance Battles quests are now available, where you can grab the remaining 5 First Summon Tickets. Also, in case you’ve forgotten, the first pair of daily special maps are set to expire after today.
Summoners, we have a problem! A group of Heroes were enjoying an innocent picnic when a disruptive vortex suddenly appeared. If you want to restore their smiling faces, you’ll have to tame the new Tempest Trials+: Taste of Spring.
The maps in this Tempest Trial are pulled from Book I Chapter 11 and Chapter 12. Wow, that was ages ago… You can click here to view the final map (highest difficulty). The boss is Flora and she’s pretty deadly–be careful of her Armor March too!
As well as a bountiful amount of Orbs and other trinkets, you can earn a 4-star and 5-star copy of Leo: Extra Tomatoes (green-tome cavalry), Wind Boost 1, Even Res Wave 1 and Chill Atk 1 Sacred Seals.
To get the rewards quicker, you’ll want to field at least one of the eight Bonus Allies. The top four are from the latest new summoning event, A Season for Picnics, while the last three can be summoned from the Tempest Trials banner.
If you don’t have any of those seven Heroes because you’ve been unlucky or are hoarding your Orbs, you can grind a bit to earn Leo and use him as your Bonus Ally. Leo also has Distant Def 3 (4-star) and Quick Riposte 3 (5-star) in case anyone wants him for lunch.
The Tempest Trials runs for 10 days, ending after the daily rollover on 4th May 2019.
A reminder for Fire Emblem Heroes players: the next Grand Conquests event is currently underway. Unsurprisingly, the setting is once again the continent of Tellius, but this time with a Radiant Dawn flavour.
Summoners will be randomly aligned with the armies of Micaiah, Sanaki and the Black Knight. Apparently, the best way to foster national relationships is to beat the crap out of each other. The poor Black Knight seems distressed about his prolonged existence as well…
Anyway, as par for the course, the event will be divided into three battles, each lasting around 2 days. You can earn rewards (including Orbs and Hero Feathers) for your total score, territory occupied and ranking in your team. Don’t worry, nobody’s stolen any Orbs this time!