This is a guide to the Training Tower in Fire Emblem Heroes (FEH). Read on to learn how to level up units quickly with the Training Tower, and which days give the best rewards for the different Hero types.
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The Training Tower is a great place for getting lots of EXP for your allies. Using only a small portion of stamina, you can quickly acquire EXP and SP to level up your Heroes.
Enemies and maps can change each time you battle. So check the foes and terrain before starting in order to create the best team possible.
You can also tap the refresh icon to change the enemy types and level as much as you want.
Tap this Refresh Icon in the Training Tower's home screen before selecting a level. This lets you change the roster of enemies until you have a manageable set of foes your Heroes can defeat.
Shards and Crystals can be obtained when you first clear a stage each day. These items can level up your allies.
You can get crystals only from the Sixth Stratum and higher.
Each time you clear a stagem you'll get either a Badge or Great Badge. These items unlock an ally's potential.
You can get badges only from the Sixth Stratum or higher.
|1st||Normal||Lv. 1 to 5|
|2nd||Normal||Lv. 6 to 10|
|3rd||Normal||Lv. 11 to 15|
|4th||Normal||Lv. 16 to 20|
|5th||Hard||Lv. 21 to 25|
|6th||Hard||Lv. 26 to 30|
|7th||Hard||Lv. 31 to 35|
|8th||Lunatic||Lv. 36 to 40|
|9th||Lunatic||Lv. 38 to 40|
The level of enemies in the Training Tower will change randomly every time you clear it, so pick the Stratum that best matches the level of your current team roster.
The drops in the training tower are indicated per day. Available items refresh everyday at 16:00 PST
(Refresh time is every Tuesday 16:00 PST to Wednesday 15:59 PST)
|Tuesday||1~5||Great Scarlet Badge|
Great Scarlet Badge
|Wednesday||1~5||Great Azure Badge|
Great Azure Badge
|Thursday||1~5||Great Verdant Badge|
Great Verdant Badge
|Friday||1~5||Great Transparent Badge|
Great Transparent Badge
|Saturday||1~5||Random Colored Hero Badge|
|6~10||Random Colored Hero Badge or Great Badge|
|Sunday||1~5||Random Colored Hero Badge|
|6~10||Random Colored Hero Badge or Great Badge|
To quickly level up a single character at a time, it's best to form a team with the Hero you would like to level up, and 3 support units. These will include:
Note that this method will not work for leveling up refresher units unless you first unequip Dance or Sing from their skillset.
Once you have set up your training team, go to the
Change Skillsoption and un-equip the weapon skills of all 3 support units. Doing so will ensure that only the Hero unit you want to level up gets all the EXP and SP, allowing you to quickly unlock new weapon skills, specials, and passive abilities for that unit.
In the Training Tower screen, choose the Stratum that best matches the current level of the Hero unit you want to raise. For the most part, you should repeatedly grind stages where the enemies are about 2~3 levels less than or equal to your units current level. This will ensure that your unit gains ample SP in addition to leveling up. In addition, this method can be used to farm Hero Feathers and Orbs from the monthly Training Tower Missions.
Keep in mind that it's best to have that hero fight enemies they have triangle advantage over, so you should re-roll the enemies until they are favorable for the hero you wish to level up.
Using autobattle also makes the process faster. Just be sure to use the following settings!
|Assist Skills in Auto||On|
|Map: No Animation||On|
|Auto: No Animation||On|
|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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>> 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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