To celebrate the arrival of the new year, Heroes from Niðavellir, Jötunheimr and Gallia will be appearing in the “Like Clockwork” summoning event from 1st January 2022 (UTC).
Note: You can check out the Japanese version of this trailer here.
The featured Heroes in the banner are: Reginn, Fáfnir, Lyre and Duo Dagr (with Nótt). Most of these Heroes debuted in Book V, while Lyre is tagging along from Radiant Dawn.
Additionally, Kyza: Tiger of Fortune will be a reward from the upcoming Tempest Trials+ event, “Togetherness”, which begins at the same time. Click here to check out their artwork and profile. Other rewards include the Fury 1 and Atk Opening 1 seals.
Please continue for a breakdown of the Heroes from the trailer!
Note: We borrowed a time machine to add this article from the future.
Today is April Fool’s Day (in some countries), yet we have no words for this…
If you managed to retain your sanity by the end, what you just witnessed was Reginn and Fafnir dancing to the tune of the Book V trailer/map theme. I’m not sure what the FE Heroes team were smoking when they made this, but I kind of want it.
As known through the moments-ago released Feh Channel, we know that the squad includes Selena: Flourspar, as well as Duessel, Natasha and Book V unit Reginn (who we will get one for free anyway). Included in these heroes are some new skills, including the next -Ruse skill and -Solo 4 skill. Also, Natasha will be part of the next 4* Focus as well as the 5* Focus.
This banner kicks off in just a few hours, so get ready to summon your first new Book unit, Summoners!
Details on all of the banner units can be seen by clicking Read More.
Feh Channel dropped a baller of a beat on us, giving us a huge description on what’s to come with Book V. Not only will tonight’s maintenance bring about Book V right into the fray for tomorrow, but we’ll see some bonuses with it.
In the Chapter 5 video, we’re greeted with an immediately with a mechanical electronic tune, showcasing a dark and concerned male figure, and a blue haired female piloting what appears to be Fire Emblem’s very first ever true Mech, bringing home the Dwarven aesthetic hinted at in the last trailer.
The scary fellow that I referred to earlier, is Fáfnir, and he’s the king of Niðavellir, who appears to have lost his way. Joining him are his two right hands, Ótr (Fáfnir’s younger brother) and Reginn (their younger sister).