We have a couple of notifications for Fire Emblem Heroes players before the coming weekend. Firstly, the Tempest Trials+ event “A Waltz Unending” is currently on-going.
The event ends on 1st June 2020 (UTC). For additional details, please refer to our previous article.
Next up, there’s a Heroes with Lull Skills banner if that tickles your fancy. The featured Heroes are Bernadetta, Sirius and Kiria. This will also be available during the same time-frame.
In case you missed it, there’s also a bunch of Tome Arts quests available until 4th June (UTC). Completing these quests will net you 4 Orbs and other random trinkets. If your Tome users aren’t too squishy, you could probably combine this with your Tempest Trials grinding.
Lastly, the FE Heroes team shared an important message about the upcoming Version 4.6.0 update, scheduled for June. With this update, the game’s minimum specs will be increased:
- iOS devices: 2 GB RAM (previously 1 GB)
- Android devices: Android OS 4.4 or higher (previously 4.2 or higher)
iOS users who don’t have 2 GB RAM can still potentially play the game, but may run into “performance issues”. However, Android users on 4.3 or lower won’t be able to access the game full stop.
The next Voting Gauntlet event in Fire Emblem Heroes is another weird one; “Green Grapple” is a bout between 8 green-haired Heroes from across the franchise.
The initial brackets are Nino vs Merric (two studious mages), Ced vs Lewyn (son and father), Sue vs Cecilia (er, both Elibeans) and Lugh vs Nagi (OK, this one is really lopsided…). The first round will begin on 1st May 2020 (UTC).
As usual, to help you get into the spirit of things (and bait your Orbs), there are a pair of banners featuring all 8 participants. As noted, Nagi will also be available in this month’s Legendary Hero banner, if you’re not a fan of the other green-sharing Heroes.
Both of the banners will be up until the new day begins on 7th May 2020 (UTC).
In other news, the Order of Heroes have run into a unique and very serious problem: they’re penniless. To solve this problem,
Anna is filing for bankruptcy you can participate in the Lost Lore: Spoils event, which is a mini version of the regular Lost Lore event, but focused on the worlds of FE Heroes.
Lost Lore: Spoils will be around until the daily rollover on 7th May 2020 (UTC). If you don’t complete the event by then, there won’t be a home castle to return to. …Maybe?
The results for the Voting Jubilee event in Fire Emblem Heroes are now available for viewing.
Here are the winners:
- The Hero you want as a teacher: Female Byleth
- The most graceful dancing duet: Berkut and Rinea
- The villain you just can’t hate: Lyon
- The most brilliant detective duo: Matthew and Leila
- The Hero you wish were your sibling: Camilla
You can view the full results and the runner-ups via the special website.
Starting today, there’s a new Tap Battle “History Unveiled”, which is absolutely worth playing for the music alone. The featured music all comes from two Fire Emblem Premium Arrange albums (which you can read about here and here).
To find out what tracks have been included, please check out this informative Reddit post from veteran data-miner Xanek.
Also, if it tickles your fancy, you can nab 8-bit Marth and 8-bit Claude accessories from the Tap Battle quests.
Lastly, in case you missed it, the Bound Hero Battle for Ryoma and Sakura is available until 29th April 2020. Accompanying it is a summoning focus with a boosted chance of obtaining regular Ryoma, Sakura and Hinoka.