Fire Emblem Heroes: New Grand Hero Battle To Showcase Clarisse
There is a new Fire Emblem Heroes Grand Hero Battle that was launched, which is said to have Clarisse: Sniper in the Dark as its main feature. Gamers will be able to access this Grand Hero in the three Special Maps that comes with this update. Clarisse is a bow and arrow wielding assassin that gamers can add to their team.
Gamers Can Get Clarisse On Their Side
There are three Special Maps in the recently launched Grand Hero Battle of Fire Emblem Heroes. These maps present different types of challenges to gamers as they get Clarisse: Sniper in the Dark into the gameplay. They are actually gameplay modes called Hard, Lunatic and Infernal.
In the Hard Mode of Fire Emblem Heroes Grand Hero Battle, gamers will get a 3-star Clarisse. The Lunatic mode will grant them a 4-star Clarisse. Hardest among the three game modes is Infernal. However, it can net gamers an extra 2,000 Hero Feathers on the side.
Grand Hero Battles Are Challenging
The Grand Hero Battles are especially difficult challenges for gamers of Fire Emblem Heroes. They need to get the enemy Hero to their team. However, in order to do that, they have to clear the Special Maps, one at a time. As usual, if any ally of the gamer falls in battle, his game is over.
Extreme Caution Must Be Practiced
In other words, the gamer must be careful in entering the three Special Maps provided by Clarisse: Sniper in the Dark, especially the Infernal map which is the most difficult. A Grand Hero Battle of Fire Emblem Heroes also has a special rule: a gamer cannot use an Orb or Light's Blessing to continue fighting if he has already lost a battle. In other words, every gamer should really practice extreme caution while exploring the Special Maps.
Some tips are in order for gamers who wish to join Fire Emblem Heroes Grand Hero Battle. They should look for golden banners to get into Grand Hero Battles. They must also be fully prepared before going into battle. With that said, players can join in the fun as the event has already started and the battles will go on until July 5, 2017.
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