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Fire Emblem Heroes Gets Skill Inherit Feature Plus New Training Tower Quests

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Fire Emblem Heroes’ latest update brings the Skill Inherit feature that allows you to pass along skills from one Hero to another, as well as a new set of Training Tower quests.

 

The Inherit Skill feature allows you to learn up to three skills at once from a Hero. Using this feature, a Hero can inherit learned or unlearned skills from another Hero; however, keep in mind that a Hero doesn’t immediately learn a skill just by inheriting it. In order to learn the skill, they’ll need 1.5x the normal amount of SP.

 

Additionally, you’ll lose the Hero that provides the skills to the other Hero, so you’ll need to use the Inherit Skill feature wisely. Starting Version 1.2.0 (currently 1.1.1) that is expected to launch in April, your Heroes will get to inherit skills through the Merge Allies features.

 

For example, if you have a Marth with the special skill “Sol,” if this Marth is used as a source character for Merge Allies the target Marth will also inherit Sol. Doing so in the current version of the game will result in the target Marth not getting Sol, which was previously inherited by source Marth.

 

Again, not all skills can be inherited by Heroes, as they vary depending on the source and target Hero types. Some special skills can’t be inherited as well. You also cannot inherit skills from a Hero that has been marked as favorite.

 

And finally, the Training Tower just got new set of Special Quests with twelve quests with various challenging requirements. Each one gives you 3 Orbs upon completion, so if you’re able to complete all 12 that’ll give you a whopping 36 Orbs. Keep in mind that these quests require you to repeat them from five to fifteen times, so you won’t be able to do them all in a sitting without any extra help from items.

 

Fire Emblem Heroes is available on iPhone and Android. Check out our previous report to catch up on details for the big April update and more on future plans.

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Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.