This is a walkthrough for the Tempest Trials event in Fire Emblem Heroes (FEH). Here you can find information such as Tempest Trials rewards, bonus units, availability, as well as tips and tricks to beat this event.
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|Availability||9/8/2020 - 9/18/2020|
Tempest Trials+: Dancing Affinity is centered around the newly released summer-themed special heroes, obtainable through the To Stay Dreaming summon. The other bonus units from this event include the Masquerade Eldigan gained from this event as well as the original alts of Sigurd, Deirdre and Eldigan.. If you have units from the latest summon, you would be wise to train and use them here.
The free unit obtained through a high score in this event is Masquerade Eldigan. Since Masquerade Eldigan cannot be obtained through regular summon, be sure to obtain him here before the event expires. A Five Star version of Masquerade Eldigan will be given as a reward once you reach a cumulative score of 15,000.
|Score 10,000||Score 20,000|
|Res Feint 1||Armor March 1|
Of the Sacred Seals obtainable in this event, we especially recommend getting Armor March 1. It frees a slot for your armored units so that they can equip a more powerful combat-based skill!
|Heroes That Add a 40% Bonus|
|Masquerade Sigurd||Masquerade Quan||Masquerade Ethlyn||Masquerade Lachesis|
In addition to the new Overseas Memories units, the bonus heroes include Sigurd, Deirdre and Eldigan. If you already have one of these units, be sure to edit your team and put them in for those bonus points!
The final map of Dancing Affinity. Arvis is joined by older, but still fierce units in this final showdown!
： Fury 3
The boss for Tempest Trials+: Dancing Affinity is Arvis. Arvis is very bulky against magic attacks so make sure to bring in a blue physical ally! Masquerade Eldigan, the free unit from this Tempest Trials+, is a great match-up for Arvis if he gets the first hit.
|Masquerade Sigurd||Masquerade Quan||Legendary Chrom||Fjorm|
|Finn||Masquerade Ethlyn||Brave Claude||Legendary Leif|
Since Arvis is of the red attribute and is weak to physical attacks, we recommend bringing in a ranged physical unit. Masquerade Quan or Legendary Chrom can just take a hit from Arvis and finish him with a counterattack as with all of the other ranged units in this list. Masquerade Sigurd on the other hand its just a solid support unit who happens to be a bonus unit in this event. Fjorm and other lance units are great match-ups against Arvis. If You do not have any of these units, you can just use Masquerade Eldigan.
During Tempest Trials, Bonus Units will receive HP+10 and +4 to all other stats. These bonus points will give a non-merged ally the same stat bonuses of a +10 ally, which is also like having a Fortify skill constantly active on all stats. Bonus Units are very powerful with these stat boosts, so use them as much as possible.
Depending on the total number of points you accumulate, you can obtain various prizes, such as Hero Feathers, Orbs, Sacred Coins, and even Heroes. While you should aim to collect as many of these rewards as possible, you will need to reach a score of 15,000 in order to obtain the event's hero. After you have reached the 15,000 point threshold, you can either quit playing this event, or continue racking up a bigger score to get more and more orbs.
|Rewards by Score||Receive items and heroes based on the total sum of your points obtained in Tempest Trials.|
|Rewards by Rank||Your total score is compared to others in 2 hour intervals, and your placement at the end determines the amounf of Hero Feathers you can obtain.|
|Daily Quests||Daily Quests cleared by playing Tempest Trials. These reset daily at 2 AM Eastern Time.|
When you clear the final map of Tempest Trials, the score for that playthrough will be added to your cumulative score. In addition to the number of maps, a Speed and Survival rating are also factored into the score. Even if all of your parties are defeated, you will receive the points you have accumulated for the maps already cleared.
|Base Score||A fixed number on every map|
|Maps Cleared||Increases with each map you complete|
|Speed||Dependent on the number of turns you took|
|Survival||Dependent on the number of your units who survived|
|Bonus Ally||Dependent on whether or not you used a Bonus Ally|
When Auto-Battle is turned on in Multi-Map battles, it will continue until the map is completed or all of your allies are defeated.
You can save up to 10 parties for use with Multi-Map Battles, separate from the normal teams saved in your barracks
With the addition of the Normal Difficuly map, an even lower level map is available. This could be useful for leveling up your weaker heroes while collecting points.
Every day the event is available, you will receive a 3x score bonus on the first two playthroughs of Tempest Trials. Even if you are only playing the event a little bit day by day, be sure and take advantage of this bonus, as it will make it much easier to reach the Rewards.
Using bonus units gives them a significant stat boost. An HP+10 and +4 to all other stats boost will automatically be added to these units, so be sure to add them to your party and make the most of them.=
Bonus Allies who are used in Tempest Trials will also get a 2x Exp. and SP bonus. This makes it easy to train your units while aiming for a big score in Tempest Trials.
In Tempest Trials, you must choose from one of several maps. In addition to the enemies' strength, the number of maps and amount of teams you can choose from will differ based on the difficulty level, so be sure and choose the difficulty level that is right for your heroes.
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>> sounds good imo. enemy phase monster. hey, if it works, it works!
>> I'd say take the -Spd/Res because he does not really need Spd and the extra Res helps.
for B skills, you can pick whatever you need for Hector. Both are good but I think Special Fighter is better since it works for both phases. Bold fighter only works in the player phase (when attacking)
with the new weapon refine, he becomes a solid multi-phase unit so hmm I thinnk get special fighter
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