A few days ago we had the preview event, but now it is time for the real thing. The battle against Michalis has begun.
As always, to challenge Michalis, players will need to head over to Battle maps and select the difficulty in which they’d like to challenge him on (Hard and Lunatic.) But beating him is no easy task as not only is the battle difficult enough on Hard mode, but should a single unit fall in battle, it’s game over, so if you’re an easy battle, think again. However should you possess an army of powerful Heroes, success can be yours, and by emerging victorious on Hard mode you will of course win a 3★ Michalis, but should you beat him and his friends on Lunatic mode, you will of course walk away with a 4★ Michalis.
Although you will not need to rely on your Heroes alone as a new Summing Focus Banner is available and it does feature the 6 Heroes who can help victory become yours if you’re struggling to do so with the Heroes you have already. Only these Heroes do not come cheap as you will need Orbs and lots of them if you hope to get all 6 of them and instead of just listing their names, here’s everything you could possibly want to know about them:
In typical Grand Hero Battle fashion, the event will only run for a short period of time, with this one set to end at 07:59 a.m. UTC+1 on the 28th of March and now in our typical Miketendo64 Grand Hero Battles coverage fashion, here’s a quick official regurgitation of the information with regards to Grand Hero Battles, to offer a full explanation to those who need it, followed by information on Michalis herself, which includes details on all her Skills that can be learned when he’s a 5★ Hero:
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What are Grand Hero Battles?:
“These are special extremely challenging Hero Battles. By clearing the map you will gain the enemy Hero as your ally. As with other Hero Battles, if any of your allies fall in battle, it’s game over, so proceed with caution.
Grand Hero Battles also have a special rule: you cannot use a Light’s Blessing or an Orb to continue a battle if you lose, so make your moves on the field very carefully!
Look for golden banners to attempt Grand Hero Battles. Clear one on Normal to get a 3★ Ursula. Clear one on Hard to get a 4★ Ursula. Just make sure you’re fully prepared before you go into these battles!”
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With all the knowledge you could possibly need, the time for you to go challenge Michalis has come. We wish you the best of luck, because you are going to need it!
Source: Fire Emblem Heroes (Mobile app)Tags: event, Fire Emblem Heroes, Grand Hero Battles, intelligent systems, March Feature, Michalis, Nintendo Mobile
This post was written by Jack Longman