April 28, 2021 12:03 am Published by 1 Comment


With more Resplendent Heroes revealed for hit mobile app, Fire Emblem Heroes, May 2021 welcomes none other than Leif: Prince of Leonster and Nino: Pious Mage. Here’s what we know about them:

Leif: Prince of Leonster (Resplendent Hero)


Distribution Period: (As part of the Feh Pass)

May 9, 2021 at 23:00 to May 24, 2021 at 22:59 (PT)


New Lines of Dialogue:

“Nifl’s the land of ice, which makes it basically the opposite of Leonster.”

“I wonder what Father and Mother will say. Heh. The thought actually makes me a little nervous.


Sharena’s Fashion Check:

Here’s Leif, the prince of Leonster, in his brand-new attire from Nifl, the Kingdom of Ice! I have to say, that white-and-gold armor is the perfect match for his famous sword, the Light Brand. The wintry stylings extend beyond just the color palette though—his outfit is also adorned with the snowflakes and feathers that attire from Nifl is known for!

Nino: Pious Mage (Resplendent Hero)


Distribution Period: (As part of the Feh Pass)

May 24, 2021 at 23:00 to June 9, 2021 at 22:59 (PT)


New Lines of Dialogue:

“These clothes are from the Emblian Empire, tee-hee! What do you think of ’em?”

“Now that we match, do you think Princess Veronica would talk to me?


Sharena’s Fashion Check:

Presenting Nino, dressed up in her new Emblian attire! Nino was once a member of the Black Fang assassins, but as you can probably tell just from looking at her, she’s not really the hardened, cutthroat type. She was more of a ray of light in the darkness for some of the assassins around her, and with that sleek black-and-gold outfit, she looks the part!

For those of you who wish to learn about previously distributed Resplendent Heroes, who can be purchased individually by pass holders, be sure to click here to access our previous coverage on other Resplendent Heroes, including our quick Guide to all known Resplendent Heroes.


Source: fire-emblem-heroes.com 1 & 2

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