We're calling on all summoners to work together to complete these special quests—and we're offering Heroes as rewards!”
Heroic Feats is an event in which all players of Fire Emblem Heroes work toward a cumulative goal in order to earn 4 Heroes.
Overview[edit | edit source]
For each round, players are given a task to be done a particular number of times, with the count being cumulative across all players. The nature of the task is a reference to some characteristic of the featured Hero.
Tasks that require Heroes to be sent into battle will count maps in which a team of four Heroes enters, but this does not include Tap Battle. Every Hero that meets the task's requirements on the team will contribute to the count, including duplicates of the same Hero.
On the last day of each round, a bonus period occurs, during which all Heroes that satisfy the task will contribute twice to the overall count.
If the goal count is reached during a round, all players will be rewarded the 4 Hero associated with the event, regardless of whether that player contributed to the goal.
Archive[edit | edit source]
|Promotional Art||Task||Reward||Result Count||Event Dates||Distribution Period|
|Send Heroes with equipped into battle a total of 10 million times.||12,639,853 (Success)|| -
|Send mage-type Heroes ( Tome) into battle a total of 30 million times.||38,621,338 (Success)||
|Send -type Heroes into battle a total of 60 million times.||83,091,392 (Success)||
|Send Heroes with accessories equipped into battle a total of 100 million times.||159,744,133 (Success)||
Announcements[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Round 1's Fury requirement may be a reference to Hinata: Wild Samurai being the only hero in the summoning pool with default access to at 4.
- Round 2 may be a reference to , which can grant additional Res, a useful boost against mages. May also reference and , which similarly can boost Res.
- Round 3 may be a reference to , Marisa's default C-slot skill.
- Round 4 may be a reference to Oliver's obsession with beauty.
In other languages[edit | edit source]
|Spanish (Latin America)|
|Traditional Chinese (Taiwan)|