AU release date Edit

Well that seems like an error, especially since Spring 2016 has come and gone now. Tropxe (talk) 22:31, July 12, 2016 (UTC)

VA's confirmation? Edit

In the Narcian and Lilina pages, it says they're voiced in heroes by Julie Kliewer and Kaiji Tang, and in the other wiki it says Ogma is voiced by Travis Willingham. Do we actually have any confirmation on this?-- 22:43, January 19, 2017 (UTC)

If you look closely on their character pages in the Direct video, they actually name the VAs and artists there. I uploaded an image of Narcian's on his page, look to the bottom left of the picture. --DQ13 ~ Talk :: Blog 22:50, January 19, 2017 (UTC)

Fire Emblem Heroes VideosEdit

Does anyone know how to add the rest of the videos of Fire Emblem Heroes? You know, the announcement videos until the latest update that is the Winter's Envoy announcement video? Can anyone please do that? Because I don't know how to do it. DBFan9000 (talk) 22:10, December 19, 2017 (UTC)

When editing in visual mode, there is a "Video" option under the "Paragraph" thing, with a symbol that looks like YouTube's. Then you just put the video's URL. Unnamedgoon (talk) 22:51, December 19, 2017 (UTC)

Gallery? Edit

I suggest we create a separate gallery page, and put all videos/images there. I think it will shrink the page quite a bit (which I think is why half the page disappears when trying to undo edits).

Alternatively, block the page, so that only users can edit it.

Kruggov (talk) 07:13, February 4, 2018 (UTC)

List of characters not playable in Heroes Edit

This is a list of characters who are (currently) not playable in Fire Emblem Heroes. This list will be updated as time goes on.

A * denotes that the character is playable, but not in their original appearance. (Jimmy.robinson.5099 (talk) 03:42, December 10, 2019 (UTC))

Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light/Shadow Dragon
Gaiden/Shadows of Valentia
Mystery of the Emblem/New Mystery of the Emblem
Genealogy of the Holy War
Thracia 776
The Binding Blade
The Blazing Blade
The Sacred Stones
Path of Radiance
Radiant Dawn
Three Houses
Tokyo Mirage Sessions
  • Fire Emblem Warriors characters.
  • Characters originating from non-game media (i.e. Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher) and Fire Emblem: Hasha no Tsurugi).

About The Tomes Edit

So the thing is, Naga, which is a Light tome, has both blue and green versions in this game (and are all used by Julia to boot, though she can only get one of them via Weapon Refinery). Additionally, Death and the Echoes version of Aura (as Dark Aura), which are both Dark tomes, are blue tomes in this game, and I even found the Echoes version of Excalibur, which again, is a Dark tome, as a couple of green tomes in this game. There could be more examples, but I think that's enough to get my point across by now. The only thing missing is a light tome in the red tomes, but the fact there are dark tomes for all three colors and a light tome with versions for two of the three colors shows that light and dark aren't specific to any color in this game. FlareKyn (talk) 06:45, March 8, 2020 (UTC)

Please keep in mind that the correlation were made in the earliest days of heroes. Everything has a few outliers (I mean the seasonal weapons don't correlate too much to the color thing either.). It is still constantly shown that most dark magic ends up Red, Light Magic ends up Blue, and Divine Magic goes into green. -Nauibotics (talk) 07:52, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
Don't know what the heck you mean by Divine Magic (that isn't even brought up on this page, and last I checked (which was just now), that wasn't even a magic type), nor do I understand what you mean by seasonals not correlating too much with the weapon colors (the most I've seen them do in that regard is give some characters weapon types they didn't have before), but none of the examples I gave were on seasonal units anyway. Naga is on Julia, a green tome user and can be refined into Divine Naga, which is on normal Deirdre and Virtuous Naga is on Legendary Julia, Dark Aura and Death are on normal and fallen Delthea respectively, Dark Excalibur is on normal Sonya, and regular Excalibur, which can be refined into Dark Excalibur, is on normal Merric. As a couple further examples, Sagittae, which is a Dark tome, is normal Kliff, a blue tome user, and Legendary Micaiah's exclusive tome is literally called Light of Dawn. Yes, I understand that red is getting more dark tomes than blue or green and that blue is getting more light magic than green (and red hasn't gotten any yet, but that could change in the future), but the fact we even have non-red dark tomes or non-blue light tomes, especially when some of them are on units that aren't seasonal, Legendary, or Mythic, still shows that there's no set color for light and dark magic. That was the point I was trying to make here. But looking at the page again... good lord, it's outdated as heck! Like, it's not even updated for colorless dragons, colored bows and daggers, or beast units. If I find the time and nobody else does this before I do, I might just update it myself. FlareKyn (talk) 08:39, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
Again, bear in mind, the article was from an earlier time and consistency is still there aside from a few outliers. BTW, Sagittae is not Dark Magic, it's Black Magic which combines both Anima Magic and Dark Magic in Gaiden/Echoes. Otherwise, you're suggesting that Seraphim, which is also Black Magic, is a Dark Magic spell. Anyways, if you feel like editing it, then by all means, go right ahead. The page is not the highest priority, but it's a free wiki to edit by the public so long as it isn't vandalism. -Nauibotics (talk) 08:44, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
Wait, I'm dumb. It was Brave Micaiah, not Legendary Micaiah. And yeah, the thing with Sagittae got me, I saw "black" and thought "dark". Why did they even do that? FlareKyn (talk) 10:43, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
All offensive spells in Gaiden are grouped as Dark Black Magic while inoffensive spells are grouped as White Magic. Also, Dark Excalibur and Dark Aura aren't "Dark" Magic. Are You Serious (talk) 13:06, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
Didn't you mean Black magic? Also if you read jap name of Dark Excalibur/Aura, then they are called Echo (or Resonance) Excalibur/Aura. So, AFAIK Dark Excalibur is still Wind, not Dark and Dark Aura is still Light, not Dark. Kruggov (talk) 13:16, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
Yes, I meant Black magic Are You Serious (talk) 15:45, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
Why did IS make their English names so misleading?! Ugh... well, I guess there's Book of Shadows for green tomes, but I'm honestly not sure if it should count or not (I Google Translated the Japanese name, and it came out as "Bubble shadow book", whatever that means). I mean, I guess there is the fact that it has "shadow" in its name. If it doesn't count, then I guess green is just light, blue is light/dark, and red is dark. FlareKyn (talk) 20:31, March 9, 2020 (UTC)
I think we just got our first genuine Dark Magic Green Tome in Blood Tome. At the very least, it looks like Dark Magic to me. FlareKyn (talk) 17:46, May 7, 2020 (UTC)
I stand corrected. Apparently Thrasir's tome, Ífingr, is also Dark Magic. FlareKyn (talk) 18:03, May 7, 2020 (UTC)
All Tomes exclusive to Heroes are just Color Magic Are You Serious (talk) 05:01, May 8, 2020 (UTC)
Color Magic? What does that even mean? The fact they're exclusive doesn't change the fact that we have Red, Blue, and Green Dark Magic tomes. FlareKyn (talk) 18:54, May 13, 2020 (UTC)
A Red Tome that's exclusive to Heroes is just a Red Tome. In the main games magic is often divided into Fire, Thunder, Wind, Dark, Light, and sometimes Ice. But Heroes divides magic into Red, Blue, Green, and Colorless. So when spells from the main games are put into Heroes, they're put into one of those categories, and usually Fire and Dark magic are grouped into Red magic. However, the reverse isn't applicable. Magic exclusive to Heroes has yet to appear in a mainline game. So a Red Tome has never been grouped into Fire or Dark, or anything else, because it hasn't appeared in a game with those as categories. Are You Serious (talk) 21:58, May 13, 2020 (UTC)
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