Fire Emblem Heroes caught us by surprise with their latest “Festival in Hoshido” banner, teased just yesterday. I myself was caught by more surprise, when the released video trailer for the banner featuring just one Hoshidan…
That’s right; the upcoming Festival in Hoshido banner revealed to us four new units, including two alternates of units that we’ve seen before, as well as two alternates of fan favorites that had up until now, had no alts even considered. The most interesting part about this might not be the new alternate units, but weapons wielded by two of them; we now have colored Dagger users. Of course, you can also enjoy collecting some orbs from the accompanying Paralogue chapters and associated quests, so there will be plenty to do.
Festival of Hoshido will be active from August 10, until September 7, so there’s plenty of time to get your hands on this batch of dancers.
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A new Legendary Hero is arriving in Fire Emblem Heroes! Prepare to meet our first blue bow user: Lucina: Glorious Archer. She comes with a new Prf bow, Thögn, and a new, powerful Assist skill as well. Check out the trailer below, or scroll down further for a text breakdown.
11 more heroes will be appearing alongside Lucina in the banner, including legendary and seasonal heroes! They are: Legendary Ryoma, Exalt Chrom, New Years Camilla, Azura, Ishtar, Legendary Lyn, Christmas Lissa, Valentine Lilina, Legendary Robin, Brave Lyn, and Bow Hinoka.
As usual for Legendary Hero banners, the 5★ summoning rate is raised to 8% and no off-focus 5★ units will be available. You’ll be able to summon for Lucina: Glorious Archer and her accompanying heroes starting tomorrow, 31 July. Additionally, If you need a few more Orbs to spend, we’ll also be getting a new Legendary Hero Battle too!
Four new heroes have just arrived in Fire Emblem Heroes! Spend some orbs on the Ylissean Travelers Banner for your chance at summoning Flier Olivia, Sumia, Libra, or Maribelle.
Feh just recently revealed these four heroes during the recent Summer Feh Channel. In addition to their new weapons, each of them also comes with a new skill, too! Check out the YouTube trailer below for more details. You can also scroll on down below for a text breakdown of their skills.
Releasing alongside the banner is also a new story chapter: Prince of Ice. The new chapter introduces Prince Hríd, Fjorm’s brother. Until now, we’ve only seen him mentioned in conversation. Complete all five chapters and the associated quests to earn up to 20 Orbs! We also get a new Log-In Bonus for a further 13 Orbs.
The Ylissean Travelers Banner will be available for about three weeks, ending on 10 August. Good luck adding some new units onto your team!
A new Legendary Hero is coming soon to Fire Emblem Heroes! Watch the trailer below for more information about Legendary Hector: Marquess of Ostia! Like his previous appearances, Hector remains an armored axe user. If you’re curious, a breakdown of his skills is featured at the bottom of the article.
However, Hector will not be appearing alone! 11 other 5★ Heroes will join him, including seasonal units from the Christmas and Love Abounds banners! They are: Legendary Ike, Christmas Tharja, Leif, Myrrh, Brave Ike, Legendary Ephraim, Love Abounds Lyn, Female Morgan, Legendary Robin (F), Elise, and Love Abounds Roy.
Like previous Legendary Hero banners, the summoning rate for 5★ Heroes will be 8%, with no off-focus 5★ units being obtainable. You can attempt to summon Hector: Marquess of Ostia or any of the other focus units starting tomorrow, June 28.
Hector: Marquess of Ostia:
Thunder Armads (Axe, Mt 16): Grants Def+3. If the number of allies within 2 spaces (excluding unit) > the number of foes within 2 spaces (excluding target), foe cannot make a follow-up attack.
Draconic Aura (Special): Boosts Atk by 30%.
Distant Counter (A slot): Unit can counterattack regardless of foe’s range.
Vengeful Fighter 3 (B slot): If unit’s HP ≥ 50% and foe initiates combat, unit makes guaranteed follow-up attack. Grants Special cooldown charge +1 per attack. (Does not stack.)
Ostia’s Pulse (C slot): At the start of turn 1, grants Special cooldown count -1 to all allies. Granted only if number of those allies’ movement types on current team ≤ 2.