How to Get Divine Codes | Compile Combat Manuals Explained | Fire Emblem Heroes (FEH)

Divine Codes and Compile Combat Manual

A guide on how to obtain Divine Codes in Fire Emblem Heroes (FEH). Read on to learn about limited and normal Divine Codes, ways of farming them, and how to use Compile Combat Manual.

List of Limtied Divine Code: Ephemera
FEH_Divine_Code_Ephemera.pngVer.4.8.0 (until 09/28/2020) FEH_Divine_Code_Ephemera.pngVer.4.9.0 (until 10/28/2020)
List of Normal Divine Codes
FEH_Divine_Code.pngAwakening/Fates FEH_Divine_Code.pngRadiance
FEH_Divine_Code.pngBlades/Sacred Stones FEH_Divine_Code.pngHoly War
FEH_Divine_Code.pngMystery/Shadows FEH_Divine_Code.pngHeroes

List of Limited Time Divine Codes

FEH_Divine_Code_Ephemera

Ver.4.8.0 (until 09/28/2020)

5★ (300 Codes)
Tana Image Tana
Weapon Skill Icon Vidofnir
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Moonbow
Passive Skill A Icon Spd/Def 2
Passive Skill B Icon :-
Hoshidan Summer Ryoma Image Hoshidan Summer Ryoma
Assist Skill Icon Dance
Special Skill Icon :-
4★ (100 Codes)
Cain Image Cain
Assist Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill A Icon :-
Laslow Image Laslow
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Noontime
Passive Skill A Icon :-
Bantu Image Bantu
Assist Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon :-
Subaki Image Subaki
Assist Skill Icon Swap
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill C Icon :-
Roderick Image Roderick
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill A Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon Drag Back
Dates of Availability Aug. Update ~ 09/28/2020

Hoshidan Summer Ryoma and Tana are Recommended

We recommend getting Hoshidan Summer Ryoma for his Splashy Bucket+ Skill and Tana for her Guidance 3 Skill, which grants movement bonuses for allies.

Subaki's Quick Riposteand Cain's Wings of Mercy 3 are also recommended skills to learn.

Ver.4.9.0 (until 10/28/2020)

5★ (300 Codes)
Quan Image Quan
Weapon Skill Icon Gáe Bolg
Passive Skill B Icon :-
Performing Olivia Image Performing Olivia
Assist Skill Icon Dance
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill C Icon :-
4★ (100 Codes)
Draug Image Draug
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Pavise
Passive Skill A Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon Lunge
Mae Image Mae
Assist Skill Icon Draw Back
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill A Icon :-
Norne Image Norne
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill C Icon :-
Setsuna Image Setsuna
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill A Icon HP +5
Passive Skill C Icon :-
Tethys Image Tethys
Assist Skill Icon Dance
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon :-
Dates of Availability Aug. Update ~ 09/28/2020

Performing Olivia is recommended

Performing Olivia's Distant Def 3 is another handy skill to have. If you also have Quan, then it's also advisable to use Unlock Potential on him to gain access to his skills.

Norne and Tethys are recommended 4-star Heroes

Norne's Spd/Def Link 3 and Tethys' Spd/Res Bond 3 are also recommended skills to have for added stat buffs, especially if you have allies who fight close to each other.

List of Normal Divine Codes

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Choose the Unit You Want for Fodder

Since there is a set sequence for compiling Combat Manuals from the Normal Divine Codes, it's recommended to choose one sequence at a time. Since these codes can only be obtained once, they are very valuable. We recommend choosing Divine Code sequences that contain manuals that you can use for merge projects or inheritable skills that your most powerful or most important units can heavily utilize.

Required Number of Divine Codes

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000

Awakening/Fates

1 Summer Cordelia Image Summer Cordelia
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill C Icon :-
2 Fallen Robin (M) Image Fallen Robin (M)
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Ignis
Passive Skill A Icon :-
3 Owain Image Owain
Assist Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon Wrath 3
4 Hoshidan Summer Xander Image Hoshidan Summer Xander
Assist Skill Icon Dance
Special Skill Icon :-
5 Adrift Corrin (M) Image Adrift Corrin (M)
Assist Skill Icon :-

Radiance

1 Leanne Image Leanne
Assist Skill Icon Sing
Special Skill Icon :-
2 Hoshidan Summer Elincia Image Hoshidan Summer Elincia
Assist Skill Icon Dance
Special Skill Icon :-
3 Lethe Image Lethe
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Moonbow
Passive Skill B Icon :-
4 Tanith Image Tanith
Special Skill Icon :-
5 ValentineValentine's Greil
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Aether
Passive Skill A Icon Fury 4

Blades/Sacred Stones

1 ValentineValentine's Lilina
Assist Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill A Icon HP/Atk 2
Passive Skill B Icon :-
2 Amelia Image Amelia
Assist Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon :-
3 Flying Nino Image Flying Nino
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Moonbow
4 Winter Ephraim Image Winter Ephraim
Assist Skill Icon :-
5 ValentineValentine's Hector
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Glimmer
Passive Skill C Icon :-

Holy War

1 Leif Image Leif
Assist Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon S Drink
2 Deirdre Image Deirdre
Special Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill A Icon :-
3 Sigurd Image Sigurd
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Miracle
4 Lewyn Image Lewyn
Weapon Skill Icon Forseti
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Glimmer
5 Soiree Ishtar Image Soiree Ishtar
Assist Skill Icon Dance
Special Skill Icon :-

Mystery/Shadows

1 Bridal Caeda Image Bridal Caeda
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Iceberg
Passive Skill B Icon :-
2 Celica Image Celica
Weapon Skill Icon Ragnarok
Assist Skill Icon :-
Passive Skill B Icon :-
3 Picnic Genny Image Picnic Genny
Assist Skill Icon Physic+
Passive Skill A Icon :-
4 Spring Palla Image Spring Palla
Assist Skill Icon :-
5 Kliff Image Kliff
Weapon Skill Icon Sagittae
Assist Skill Icon :-

Heroes

1 Spring Alfonse Image Spring Alfonse
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Noontime
Passive Skill B Icon :-
2 Ylgr Image Ylgr
Weapon Skill Icon Sylgr
Assist Skill Icon :-
Special Skill Icon Glimmer
3 Spring Bruno Image Spring Bruno
Assist Skill Icon Martyr+
Special Skill Icon Miracle
Passive Skill C Icon :-
4 New Year Fjorm Image New Year Fjorm
Special Skill Icon :-
5 Summer Laevatein Image Summer Laevatein
Assist Skill Icon Smite
Special Skill Icon :-

What Are Divine Codes?

Divine Codes.png

Divine Codes are consumables that can generate Combat Manuals. These can be used in the Inherit Skill and Merge Allies functions.

Note that unlike the Holy Grail summon, this function does not summon Heroes, although you can use unlock potential on combat manuals to Merge units.

Combat Manuals and How to Use Them

Two Types of Divine Codes

Divine Code 1 Divine Code: Ephemera
Divine Code Divine Code Ephemera

There are 2 types of Divine Codes: Divine Code Part 1 and the Divine Code: Ephemera. These can be used to generate Normal and Limited-Time Combat Manuals, respectively.

Generated from the Allies Menu

Tap Allies, then go to Compile -> Normal or Limited-Time.

How to Get Divine Codes

Mjolnir's Strike

Mjolnir Strikes.png

Participate in the Mjolnir's Strike event in order to get Divine Codes, among other quest rewards.

Through Events

Divine Codes can be obtained as either quest rewards or drops in the Arena, Aether Raids, and other events. You can increase the amount gained by participating as much as possible.

First 1,500 Divine Codes

By entering the Compile menu for the first time, you will receive 1,500 Divine Code 1. Getting additional Divine Codes will require participation in events or Aether Raids.

About Compile Combat Manuals

One-Time Only

Compiling Combat Manuals for Divine Codes.png

Compiled Combat Manuals from Divine Codes can only be done once per character, both for normal and limited-time ones. Once a manual has been made, you cannot make another one, so treat the skills as valuable and choose carefully to whom you are fodderring it off to.

About Combat Manuals

Limited Divine Codes.png

Sequence of Compiling is Preset

Combat Manuals that can be compiled from Divine Code 1 have a set sequence. There are several choices, and you can proceed from any route.

Required Number of Divine Codes

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
400 800 1,200 1,600 2,000

Combat Manuals from Normal Divine Codes require more as you progress through its respective generation routes.

About Limited Divine Codes

Divine_Code_Limit_091120_040619_PM.jpg

Non-Sequential Compiling

Unlike the normal Divine Codes, the Divine Code: Ephemera is not sequential. This lets you Compile Combat Manuals from any character you wish as long as you have the requisite materials. This lets you gain manuals from characters you wish.

Time Limit for Heroes

Sample Period of Compiling Combat Manuals
Spring CamillaSpring Camilla Limited until March → Exchangeable until April 28

The characters, Divine Codes and Combat Manuals that can be compiled update with each version. The redemption period for these is until 15:59 PST of the following month.

These Divine Codes are separated per game version and cannot be converted into the next one. If there is a specific character's combat manual you want, it's best to grab it during the redemption period.

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    • >>[155] sounds good imo. enemy phase monster. hey, if it works, it works!

    • >>[18] 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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