Though you will no longer be able to send the unit to battle, Combat Manuals can be used instead of Heroes in the Inherit Skill and Merge Allies menus.
Combat Manuals do not use up barracks slots, so you can turn Heroes you don’t plan to send to battle into Combat Manuals to conserve space. Additionally, you can have up to 9,999 of each type of Combat Manual.
Note: You cannot turn a Combat Manual back into a Hero, and you cannot use Combat Manuals in the Enhance slot for Merge Allies.
Combat Manuals do not inherit the following elements:
Level Number of times merged EXP Learned skills Inherited or refined skills Conferred blessings Summoner Support or Ally Support Sacred Seals or accessories Skill sets
The following changes will be applied with the addition of Combat Manuals:
You will be able to use Enhance on Combat Manuals. You will be able to use Enhance, even if the Hero is level 1. Send Home will be included under Manage Barracks. Additionally, the confirmation message will display twice, like with Create Combat Manual. A button will be added to Inherit Skills to prioritize showing Combat Manuals over Heroes.
You will be able to check the blessing season on the Edit Teams screen. A Swap Left/Right option that changes sides for allies and foes will be added to Tap Battle Settings. You will be able to switch between Reserve Teams and Primary Teams in the UI for battles that require a second team, such as Tempest Trials and Arena Assault. In Grand Conquests, a warning will be displayed when there are 10 minutes or less remaining in each battle. The order of friend requests that are awaiting approval will change in the Friend List. New requests will be displayed at the top. On Android devices, tapping the back icon during battle will open the Battle Menu.
Late last year, Fire Emblem Expo II was announced for May 5-6 dates at Zepp Namba in Osaka. In an announcement that many likely anticipated, the event has officially been canceled amidst the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Fire Emblem Expo II was once again aiming to celebrate everything about the Fire Emblem franchise, from art galleries to live performances. Developer Intelligent Systems opted to prioritize the health of those involved and all attendees, however, and those who already purchased tickets will get their money back during a refund period that runs from April 6 to April 21.
New Characters Tibarn Geese Darros Brigid Xander and Veronica (Duo)
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Hel’s Reaper is an improved version of the weapon she used in the Fire Emblem Heroes campaign, Hel’s Scythe. Hel’s Reaper adds an immunity to weapons effective against flying characters and grants her the ability to survive an attack that would normally kill her with one HP.
Including Hel, here is the full list of Heroes you have a chance to get in the July 2020 Mythic Hero Banner:
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones’ heroine will be resplendent very soon. Intelligent Systems and Nintendo confirmed a Fire Emblem Heroes Resplendent Eirika unit will appear on August 25, 2020 for Feh Pass subscribers. She’ll be following at the heels of the new skins for Robin, who is available until August 9, 2020, and Olwen, who will be out between August 10-24, 2020.
For those unaware, every Resplendent Hero provides Feh Pass holders with a five-star version of the character and the new skin and stat boost for them. Players keep that character, attire, and buff even if they unsubscribe, and whether or not the character wears that skin is optional.
In the case of Eirika, the Eirika: Restoration Lady unit will get a Book IV Ljósálfheimr-inspired outfit and new voiced lines. She’ll also get a +2 buff to all of her stats and new sprite. Her moveset will not change.