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Fire Emblem Heroes Easter Event Includes Bunny Sonya and Henry

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Fire Emblem Heroes Easter Hop-and-Go-Seek Special Heroes event bunny suit Sonya Henry Maria Delthea 2022, Luthier: Spring Hopes for Tempest Trials reward

The next Fire Emblem Heroes Easter event will add a bunny suit Sonya, as well as Henry and other characters in Easter-themed outfits. The “Hop-and-Go-Seek” Special Heroes event begins on March 7, 2022 at 11:00 p.m. PT and lasts until 11:59 p.m. PT on April 7, 2022. Furthermore, Luthier: Spring Hopes will be available as a Tempest Trials reward.

The Special Heroes event will add Delthea: Prodigy in Bloom, Maria: Sunny Smile, Henry: Peculiar Egg, and Sonya: Dazzling Rabbits as part of the event banner. Sonya will appear alongside Tharja as a Duo Hero. Additionally, Henry will be available through the 4-star focus. As with previous Special Heroes events, it will come with the special “Hop-and-Go-Seek” paralogue story.

Delthea will be a Blue Tome Cavalry unit, and her ability can prevent follow-up and counter-attacks depending on active bonuses. Maria will be an Axe Flying unit, and her ability can neutralize “effective against flying” bonuses. Henry will be a Colorless Bow Cavalry unit, and his Carrot-Tipped Arrow ability will grant an attack and defense stat buff against the target. Finally, Sonya will be a Green Tome Flying unit, and her ability will provide nearby allies with an attack and speed buff.

You can check out the Fire Emblem Heroes Hop-and-Go-Seek Easter Special Heroes summoning event trailer, including bunny suit Sonya and more, below:

Last month, Caeda: Beloved Queen joined the game as the latest Legendary hero. The ongoing A Hero Rises 2022 voting gauntlet has also come down to four remaining characters.

Fire Emblem Heroes is immediately available to play on iOS and Android devices. The Fire Emblem Heroes Easter Special Heroes summoning event will start on March 7, 2022 and end on April 7, 2022.

Andrew Kiya
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