Fire Emblem Heroes is over a year old now, and recent updates have seen a few additions. The Choose Your Legends event ended with Hector, Celica, Ephraim, and Veronica taking the top four spots. Rival domains and Blessed gardens have also begun popping up, the latter of which require players to bestow elemental blessings on units before they can participate. But the major question is, as always, when to spend your orbs and when to horde them. This latest event calendar will answer that, and more.
From now until late April, Fire Emblem Heroes will receive a total of ten summon banners, seven event battles (which include bound/grand heroes, tempest trials, and voting gauntlets), four log-in bonuses, and three quests.
March 11-28: Summon focus: tempest trials
March 13-20: Summon focus: heroes with counter skills
March 14-28: Tempest trials: Invisible Ties / Log-in bonus: tempest trials
March 17-24: Bound hero battle: Chrom and Lissa / Bound hero summoning focus
March 19-April 2: Quests – weapon workouts
March 20-27: Summon focus: refinable weapons
(!)March 21-April 22: Special Heroes Summoning Banner(!)
March 21-April 5: Log-in bonus: special heroes
March 22-April 5: Illusory dungeon
March 24-31: Bound hero battle: Ninian and Hawkeye
March 26-April 9: Quests: Earth blessing
March 27-April 6: Summon focus: heroes with Miracle skill
(!)March 28-April 2: Legendary Hero Summoning Event(!)
March 30-April 13: Log-in bonus: voting gauntlet
March 31-April 9: Bound hero battle: Minerva and Maria
April 2-16: Summon focus: 4- and 5-star heroes
April 3-9: Voting gauntlet
April 5-19: Quests: chain challenge and squad assault
April 6-21: Summoning focus: heroes with cooldown bonuses
April 9-16: Bound hero battle: Tiki and Nowi / Bound hero summoning focus
April 10-23: Summon focus: new heroes / Log-in bonus: new heroes
Okay, jerk move overlapping a special banner and the CYL banner. Don’t they realize by now players need time to restock their orbs in-between these things? Thankfully with all the bonuses, quests, and the upcoming tempest trial, Fire Emblem Heroes has plenty of ways to replenish the supply. Be sure and save up until then.
Matt Eschbach is a PC, Mac and Android indie game developer and fiction writer. His works have won multiple monetary awards from various contests. Graduating college in 2012 with a major in Game Design, Matt spends his time making stuff up and then building it. His favorite hobby… is sleeping.