Information on Individual Values (IVs) for heroes in the game Fire Emblem Heroes can be found here. Read on to find out what IVs are, how the system works, and how to select IVs for a particular hero.
In Fire Emblem Heroes, every individual unit has what are known as Individual Values (IVs). When IVs differ between units, the same hero can have different stats after reaching its max level.
There exists a basic set of stats for every hero in the game (known as base stats). IVs cause one of a hero's base stats to rise by 3~4 points and another to lower by 3~4 points. (See all base stats HERE)
5★ heroes can have stats that are
weak (these are not present for 4★ heroes and lower). When this
strong stat is also an asset (raised IV), it will result in +4 points to the base value. Likewise, when a unit has a flaw (lowered IV) in a
weak stat, the value will be 4 points lower than the base stat.
When a hero receives both a superboon and a superbane, the resulting change will be ±4.
You can check a hero's IVs via the stats screen. A stat name, such as HP or Atk, will be written in blue when it is an asset, and red when it is a flaw. Since the color may be a bit difficult to see, you can always press the place where the stat is shown and
flaw will be displayed.
When you Merge Allies, the flaw will disappear, so only the
asset written in blue will remain for that hero. When a hero's stats show neither blue or red letters, this unit has base values (no IVs).
Asset/Flaw Color Display is turned off by default. To turn it on, you must go to Misc. → Settings → and select
On next to Asset/Flaw Color Display.
It is also possible to check a hero's IVs through the IV calculator tool. However, this method can only be used when the hero is at level 1 or level 40.
This side by side of Camilla's stats was sent in by a user through Twitter. We can use it to compare possible stats for this hero.
Comparing two Camilla units with the base values shows us that one stat will be higher and one stat will be lower than rgw base values. Very rarely, you may come across a unit whose stats do not differ from the base values.
For heroes only obtainable through summons, it is very difficult to obtain the IVs that you want. Heroes obtained through Quests & Missions as well as Grand Hero Battles will always have base stats, meaning you cannot select their IVs either.
You would need to pull from many summons in order to get a 5★ hero with the IVs you want, so we recommend that you select a 4★ or possiblly 3★ hero with the IVs you want and build them instead.
|Level 40 Stats|
|Stats for all 5★ Heroes
|Stats for all 5★ Heroes
|Stats for all 4★ Heroes
|Stats for all 3★ Heroes
|Level 1 Stats|
|5★ Initial Stats||4★ Initial Stats|
|3★ Initial Stats||-|
|IV Checker||Hero Tier List||Rerolling|
|Pull from These Summons!||Unlock Potential Tier List||Beginner's Guide|
|All FEH Heroes||Skills and Sacred Seals||Weapon Refinery|
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