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Fire Emblem Heroes – Feh Channel (Dec. 4, 2019)

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Hello, Summoners!
Around this time of year, I like to think back
on the all good times we’ve shared… There’s just something about
the cold weather that makes me feel all fuzzy inside! Heart-warming nostalgia aside, I, Feh, have once again
gathered some exciting news to share with all you summoners! Grab some cocoa and cozy up
to the latest information on the Fire Emblem Heroes game. That’s right, it’s time for Feh Channel! Wow… There’s a lot to share! Feh Channel really is the gift
that keeps on giving! Let’s get started! In the latest version up… FEEEH! Where did all these enemies come from?! Now what do we have here? Hmm? Mjölnir’s Strike? Oh, I see! Those enemies
were part of the new event! In Mjölnir’s Strike, all of you summoners must join forces to protect Askr
against a massive invading army! It looks like this horde was let loose
by the god of war herself… Thórr! Brace phase. Huh? Did I hear that right?
What’s a Brace phase? I see. With the opposing army
fielding so many soldiers, the first thing we should do
is take an eagle-eyed look at who we’re up against! Here we can see the commander
who will be leading the troops. It looks like Narcian is in charge
of the next invasion! Mjölnir’s Strike is split into
three distinct active phases. First is the Brace phase! This is when players get to see which
enemies are getting ready to invade. Use this time to check
what you’re up against, and make sure you’re prepared
to take on any foe. Next up is the Shield phase!
I hope you’re good and braced, because this is when the enemy army
will come knocking down your door. Protect the Kingdom of Askr
with all your might! Finally, it’s time for the Counter phase! This one takes place on the day
after the Shield phase, and it’s when you’ll get to take
the fight to the enemy using the Kingdom
of Askr’s super secret weapon! For those of you keeping score at home:
battle in the Shield and Counter phases, and use the downtime
to recover and prepare! Now that we know what
to expect from our enemies, let’s BRACE ourselves
for the Shield phase! This is Midgard’s Shield. It was built long ago right here
in the Kingdom of Askr, and it’s where you’ll make your stand
against the oncoming hordes. But that’s enough admiring! We don’t have much time before
Narcian and his forces arrive, so we’ve got to prepare our defenses! Let’s start by editing
our defensive team. In Mjölnir’s Strike, you get
to choose eight Heroes to deploy. The Heroes are split
into four sets of two, and you’ll need to pick carefully
if you want to find a winning strategy! Heroes are deployed
using the Pair Up ability, and each pair comes with a perk
that will help them on the battlefield. For example, Alfonse and Sharena
are in the Defense position, so they’ll be granted an additional
10 Def when deployed! These two would fight
for Askr to the very end, so I’m sure they’d welcome
some extra armor! But what’s that unusual symbol
above Ephraim and Eirika? I see! They’re in the Attack position. They get the ability to move
freely in enemy ranks that is, foes won’t initiate
combat against them! That means they can focus
on dealing damage without worrying so much
about their defenses! A Hero’s role doesn’t only determine
what they can do in combat but it also determines where their pair
can be placed on the battlefield. Enemies start in the upper part
of the map and work their way down. Heroes in the Attack position can only move within the top three rows
of the map, which we can see here in red. It’s their job to get
the first attack in on your enemies before they reach your defensive line. Heroes in the Speed, Defense,
and Resistance positions can only move in the bottom five rows
of the map, shown here in blue. They’re responsible for putting a stop
to the enemy’s advance. If they fail, Askr is going to find
itself in a whole world of trouble! Right! I think my team is ready. And one more thing to keep in mind: Mythic Heroes may get strong stat bonuses
when you use them on the map! Here we go! Oh, I’m so nervous… I know! Let’s test our defenses first! Intermediate difficulty should be enough. Take this! And that! Oh no, Virion!
Feh, you birdbrain… Wait! It looks like a pair’s cohort can keep
fighting even if the leader is defeated! Alright, Eir, I’m counting on you!
Give ’em… Huh?! Oh no! Those Gateways
are what we’re here to protect, and I already lost one. This isn’t good… We need to protect at least one Gateway
for seven turns if we want to win! I thought I had everything figured out… What could I have missed… What’s this? Mechanisms?! Fehhh! I knew I shouldn’t have
skimmed over that part! There sure are a lot
of different Mechanisms, aren’t there? That pyre looks like
one of Múspell’s treasures… Could it have something to do with Surtr? Oh, I’m getting goosebumps
just thinking about it… Placing this Mechanism on the map
will give us a bonus in battle, sooo… There we go! All right! I’m ready
for you now, Narcian! You don’t stand a chance against my army!
This bird’s gonna bring it! Mjölnir’s Strike: The First Battle.
Shield phase. Narcian and his forces
are finally here… Let’s give them a warm welcome, shall we? But I don’t want to get burned… Let’s start with Beginner
difficulty this time. How’s this? And that?! We managed to drive them back! We’re really heating up now! Let’s try Advanced difficulty this time! F-Feeeh! This is pretty tough! Yikes, the enemies are already
putting on the pressure… What should I do? That’s right! Mechanisms to the rescue! First we tap the Múspell Pyre, then we tap the activation
button that appears. Burn till nothing remains!
Scatter like ash! Now that our Mechanism
weakened the enemies, our Heroes can finish
them off. Here we go! Is everyone okay? Don’t worry,
I’ll fix you right up using Life’s Jewel! Hang in there, Altina! It’s over! We somehow managed to drive them back! And look, our score went way up! Not too bad, huh?
The Counter phase should be a blast! Mjölnir’s Strike: The Second Battle.
Counter Phase. It’s time to see what
Midgard’s Shield can do! During the Shield phase, energy
given off in the battle is collected and stored deep within Midgard’s Shield. Then, when it’s time
for the Counter phase, the energy is converted
into offensive power! That offensive power is weaponized
and loaded into a giant cannon with enough range
to hit the enemy encampment! I like to call the cannon…
the Askr Blaster! It can attack one time
for each Counter Arrow shown here! Alright, enough chit-chat!
Time to test this baby out! Here comes the sunshine! FIRE! What fearsome strength! And THAT’S
why I call it the Askr Blaster! I almost forgot! That cannon has enough range
to shoot straight into other worlds! That means Narcian’s camp is in the range
of every player’s Counter Arrows, not just yours. There’s also a bonus when
all players focus their shot. They can generate combos by firing
their cannons together each hour, allowing them to deal
even more overall damage! The overall damage done by the Kingdom
of Askr is calculated hourly, with each hour’s combo bonus
taken into account. It looks like Narcian
won’t give up without a fight! He managed to turn the tables! If the Counter phase ends with Askr
inflicting less damage than the enemy, well, it’s bad news for us. So let’s give it all we’ve got! Ready the cannon! And… FIRE! When all hope seemed lost, we were able to use the Weaker Bonus
to inflict massive damage! If the Kingdom of Askr inflicts
more damage than the enemy by the time the Counter ends, we win! And this time it looks like
we pulled through! Rest. Mjölnir’s Strike is over…
and it’s finally time to rest. Narcian was a lot tougher than
I expected, but we pulled through. Oh, right. You probably want something
for all that hard work, huh? No worries! Rewards are available to anyone
who participates in these battles. There are two kinds of rewards. The first are Tier Rewards. Players who participate
in the Shield phase will be assigned a Tier based on the score
earned in their defense battle. Different Tiers offer different rewards! A player’s Tier can fluctuate
based on their rank. Where have I seen
a system like this before…? Oh! Of course! The Arena! And what have we here… Divine Codes? It doesn’t look like
we can use these now, but it can’t hurt to stock up for later! The second kind are Askr Level Rewards. Everyone shares the same Askr Level, and you’ll all receive
better rewards the higher it goes. Work together with your fellow summoners
to get it as high as you can! That was a lot to take in! I want to take advantage
of the rest period and catch a quick nap, but… you probably want to know when
Mjölnir’s Strike starts, don’t you? Well… Tada! It starts at 11:00 PM Pacific Time
on December 8th! The first Brace phase will start right
after the version update goes live. Make sure you prepare your defenses! I’ll be sharpening my talons right
there alongside you, Summoners! Next up… It’s time for even more info
on the next version update! This is Altina’s profile
screen, isn’t it? I think some buttons were added. It looks like we can learn
and change skills from this screen now! Let’s try changing a skill. Skills aren’t the only thing
we can change, I spot Sacred Seals too! We can even change entire skill sets. All of this can be done anywhere and
anytime before you head out to battle. If you’re not in the middle of a battle, simply tap on the Hero’s icon to bring up
their profile screen and customize away! It’s probably a good idea to have
a skill set ready to go for any occasion! Moving on! Introducing New Heroes
from the Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 game! Let’s take a look at them one by one. First up is Eyvel, the mistress of Fiana. She’s a swordswoman
of incredible strength who singlehandedly saved
the village of Fiana from bandits, then helped build it back up. She’s a kind woman who leads the Fiana
Freeblades and took in Leif and company when they were on the run
from the Grannvale Empire. She looks so strong and radiant…
almost like a goddess! Next up is Mareeta. I can’t believe how calm
and collected she always looks! When she was young,
Eyvel saved her from a life of slavery, and afterward she was raised
as Eyvel’s adopted daughter. She has devoted herself
to a life of training, hoping to get closer to her foster mother by better understanding
the way of the sword. She’s related to Ayra
and likely harbors limitless potential. This is Osian. He’s a member of the Fiana Freeblades, and takes to the battlefield wielding
his beloved axe, the Vouge. He’s absolutely overflowing
with fighting spirit, and watching him hack and slash away
gets his comrades’ blood pumping! I’m sure he’ll be a great asset
to the Order of Heroes. And here’s Tanya! She’s the daughter
of a former bandit leader and hails from Mt. Violdrake
near the village of Fiana. She’s hot-headed and strong-willed, and can usually be found
bickering with Osian. She gets on his case a lot, but it’s only
because she cares so much about him! This New Heroes summoning event runs from 11:00 PM Pacific Time on December 5th
to 10:59 PM Pacific Time on December 24th! You’ll get to learn more
about their skills in an introductory video
that’s coming soon. We’re almost at the end,
but I suddenly feel so… sleepy… Can’t… keep… eyes… open… What was that?! Am I dreaming?
Umm… who are you? Of course! This is no dream… Summoners, your saga
continues in Book IV! Book IV takes place in Ljósálfheimr,
the realm of dreams! Is that Sharena I see?
And who is that with her? It’s Peony! Peony is a ljósálfar, an inhabitant
of the realm of dreams. Doesn’t her hair look just
like flowers? How sweet! If Peony came here from the realm
of dreams, then that must mean… we’re looking at the realm
of dreams right now! Alfonse is charging ahead
toward those two mysterious figures… and he’s got his sword
and shield at the ready! That must mean that these two coming
to face him are anything but friendly! I see now! Their names
are Triandra and Plumeria. Hmm… they look a lot like Peony.
Are they ljósálfar too? No, they seem a lot
more sinister and cold… They must be dökkálfar! Summoners beware: they may be enchanting,
but every rose has its thorns. If you’re not careful,
you might get stuck! There’s a shadowy castle
descending from the sky… it looks more ominous than the bright
and beautiful one on the ground! I’ve got a bad feeling about this… It looks like the Order of Heroes might
get mixed up in another tough situation! Book IV’s story begins
on December 5th at 11:00 PM Pacific Time. Hmm… didn’t I already talk about
the New Heroes summoning event featuring Heroes from Thracia starting on
December 5th at 11:00 PM Pacific Time? That’s strange…
because Book IV opens at… Oh my! It seems Peony will be part
of this summoning event as well! Oh, Feh, you silly owl… I must have dreamed up the summoning
banner I showed you earlier. This is the real one! Haha! I almost forgot the most important part! If you clear Chapter 1 of Book IV,
Peony will join you as a 5-stars Hero! She’s a Light-type
Mythic Hero, and a dancer! And starting on
December 5th at 11:00 PM Pacific Time, there will be a log-in bonus
celebrating the beginning of Book IV You can receive two Orbs each day
for a total of up to 20 Orbs! Do your best to check in every day and grow Peony into
the best Hero she can be! That’s all for today, Summoners! The world of Book IV
is like a fantastic dream, and I’m so excited to see
where we go from here! It’s that time again… I wonder if I’ll get to finsh up
the rest of that dream… Maybe I’ll hibernate
through the rest of winter…

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