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Of Lost Kingdoms is the sixty-eighth Paralogue in Fire Emblem Heroes.

The names of the three parts of this paralogue are Unfamiliar Festivities, Queen and Vassal, and What Matters in the End.

Part 1: Unfamiliar Festivities

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You will have 4 units on your team. You will also have 4 opponents: Deen (Bladed Sandstorm), Xane (Desert Mirage), Azura (Hatari Duet), and a Blue Mage.

Part 2: Queen and Vassal

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You will have 4 units on your team. You will also have 4 opponents: Karla (Sun-Piercing Steel), Nailah (Hatari Scorcher), a Green Mage, and an Axe Fighter.

Part 3: What Matters in the End

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You will have 4 units on your team. You will also have 4 opponents: Deen (Bladed Sandstorm), Karla (Sun-Piercing Steel), Nailah (Hatari Scorcher), Xane (Desert Mirage), and Azura (Hatari Duet).


Trivia

  • This is the first chapter to be themed after Hatari.
  • This chapter marks the 17th paralogue to have more than one character first appear in their special unit variations and not in their original appearance.
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