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Blessings (Guide)

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A guide explaining the basics of Legendary Heroes and the Confer Blessing mechanic.

What are Legendary Heroes?[edit | edit source]

Legendary Heroes are a special type of Hero that can boost allies with a special blessing. Use the Power of the blessings to boost your team!

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Obtaining Legendary Heroes[edit | edit source]

Legendary Heroes appear only during Legendary Hero summoning events. They do not appear in other summoning events.

The first Legendary Hero Fjorm: Princess of Ice, will become your ally after you clear Book II, Chapter 1: Part 5 of the main story.

Another Legendary Hero, Ike: Vanguard Legend, will join your party if you complete Xenologue 3: The People's Hero.

Blessings[edit | edit source]

Legendary Heroes have an assigned element: Water, Wind, Earth, or Fire. They can provide additional power to allies who have received a blessing of the same element.

When a Legendary Hero becomes an ally, you'll also receive a special Blessing item of the same element as the Legendary Hero.

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You can use the Blessing item on an ally of your choosing.

Blessing effect[edit | edit source]

If a Blessing item is used on an ally, they'll receive double the SP in battle. They'll also receive a bonus stat boost if they go into battle with a Legendary Hero of the same element during the appropriate element season.

For example, if it's Water season, any allies who have the Water blessing and go into battle with Fjorm: Princess of Ice will get a stat boost of HP+3 and Spd+3

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Each season will feature two of the four elements: Water, Wind, Earth, or Fire. Season will change each week at Tuesday at 7:00 AM UTC.

The current season is displayed on the upper-left corner of the screen.

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Important Information[edit | edit source]

  • Once a Blessing item is used on an ally, it cannot be removed from that ally. A blessing can be changed for another, but the first blessing will be lost when the second is set.
  • Blessing items can also be obtained through certain events and more.