From 7th September 2022, Special Heroes attending a Flame Tribe festival will be available in the “Bite of Flame” summoning event.
Note: You can check out the Japanese version of this trailer here.
The featured Heroes are Lyn (Blazing Blade), Múspell (Heroes), Rinkah (Fates) and Harmonized Tana and Peony (Heroes x The Sacred Stones).
In addition, Mordecai will be available from the Tempest Trials+ event, which begins at the same time. He’s a Green Beast Infantry with the following skills:
Weapon: Fiery Fang – Grants Def+3. At start of combat, if unit’s HP >= 25%, grants Atk/Def+6 to unit during combat, inflicts penalty on foe’s Atk/Def during combat = 20% of unit’s Def at start of combat, and foe cannot make a follow-up attack. At start of turn, if unit is adjacent to only beast or dragon allies or if unit is not adjacent to any ally, unit transforms (otherwise, unit reverts). If unit transforms, grants Atk+2, deals +7 damage when Special triggers, and neutralizes effects that grants “Special cooldown charge +X” to foe or inflict “Special cooldown charge -X” on unit. This skill can only be equipped by its original unit. Assist: Smite A: Fort. Def/Res 2 C: Atk/Def Gap 3
Furthermore, you can obtain the Spd/Def Form 1 and Spd/Res Oath 1 Sacred Seals.
Please continue for a breakdown of the Heroes from the trailer!
In the upcoming Special Heroes banner, we’re graced with another batch of children, this time from Magvel, in the Special Heroes: Childhood Encounter banner. This banner is no slouch, bringing in some mighty miniatures, along with a handful of new inheritable skills that are sure to whet the palettes of B-skill enthusiasts…or give them a headache as to consider what to equip, the old or the new skills.
The new Eirika & Ephraim Duo Unit is clearly the star of the show, bringing a powerful Duo Skill in the form of Spd-based damage reduction, but I’m quite curious about the new -Trace skills, which allow its used to possess the Canto ability. Tana and L’Arachel both possess the -Trace skill, implying that it’s only available for Fliers and Cavalry units (not a shocker), but it’s inheritable, meaning that Reginn and Sumia are no longer the only units in the game with access to Canto.
Lyon: Grado’s Gaze, will be available as part of the 4* Focus batch. It’s about time a new Blue tome unit became available in the lower pool. Not only that, but the colorless bow infantry unit, Innes: Frelian Moonlight, will be a Tempest Trials+ reward unit through the upcoming Tempest Trials+ event that kicks off later this month.
The Childhood Encounter banner runs from April 19 through May 19, so good luck, Summoners!
Starting today, Resplendent Brave Ike is now available for FEH Pass subscribers. As for the next Resplendent Hero… *drum-roll* It’s Tana: Winged Princess! She’ll be swooping in from 25th February 2021 (UTC).
This version of Tana is wearing clothes from (we still need the FEH spellchecker) Ljósálfheimr, the friendly realm from Book IV. You can find more artwork and voice clips via her official page.
Moving on, the event calendar for mid February to mid March 2021 has been released. Let’s take a gander…
Whereas the past calendar had two back-to-back Special Hero banners, this new calendar has back-to-back New Heroes, first on 15th February and more on 4th March. Meanwhile, there’s the next Legendary Hero on 25th February.
Also, don’t forget the “A Hero Rises” Voting Gauntlet, which starts on 26th February.