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Serenes Forest Talent Showcase | June-mmunity Fanartist Month – Day 3 (Geminids)

Our next stop during our month long celebration of artistic talent in the Fire Emblem community features the talented Geminids, all the way from Hawaii!

The sparkles and candy are absolutely darling!

Geminds has come up with quite a few charms, such as his Halloween themed Henry and Robin, New Years themed Leo and Takumi and adorable Elise.

When your cat endorses your charms, you know they’re fine.

You’ll find him posting quite actively on his Tumblr and Twitter, and his Tictail has all of the charms above up (and others) for grabs via pre-order. They’re only available until June 15, so if you want one, definitely think fast about it!

His Indonesian themed Awakening set is no longer available, but they give you a great idea as to just how cute his art can be.

If you’d like to show support for the community, pay them a visit at their respective Etsy, Twitter or otherwise listed pages above (anything bolded can be clicked). Give them a follow or a share, or pick one of their creations up for yourself if you’re able and interested.

If you want to have your work showcased on Serenes Forest, contact me (Elieson) on our forums and I’ll do my best to feature you and your talents. Bear in mind that June will feature more of a crafts lineup, while December will be our Draw-cember event, featuring talent more akin to drawings, paintings and the like.

Heroes: Incoming Fallen Heroes Banner & Grand Hero Battle

If you were curious about what’s to come in Fire Emblem Heroes after reading the recently released Calendar‘s “New Heroes Summoning Events” and “??? Grand Hero Battle” then you’re among many. Just a short while ago, we got our first glimpse at the mysterious events to come.

If her eyes could kill…

We’re about to be hit with the Fallen Heroes Banner. The Fallen Heroes Banner will be available starting at 11pm PST on February 21 (tomorrow night), and will be available “through future summoning events”. The banner features a Grima-possessed male Robin, Archanea’s Emperor Hardin and Duma-possessed Celica. The three of these units being some interesting new skills, including the never before seen Armor Manakete in Robin. Click Here for the Japanese release.

Additionally, on February 23, we’ll be able to battle Takumi: Empty Vessel, in his incoming Grand Hero Battle.

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Warriors: Female Robin Gameplay

The Fire Emblem Warriors Twitter has just revealed some gameplay of female Robin.

We don’t have much male Robin footage to go off of, but I did notice a new Musou attack compared to the one we’ve seen from the GameXplain video. This one features several charge attacks with lightning spheres diving around and blasting into enemies.

Until we see more of both Robins in action, we can’t be fully sure that they are 100% clones. That said, since Female Robin is confirmed to be only playable outside of story mode, it’s very likely she’s just a skin with a bit more detail.

It’s entirely possible that male Corrin will receive this same treatment–being a skin of the already announced female Corrin. However beyond these two Avatars, I highly doubt we’ll have any other “clone” characters like this.

Warriors: Famitsu Reveals Cordelia and female Robin, teases Casual/Classic

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.