Fire Emblem Heroes quests and missions guide

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while you play Heroes of the Fire EmblemPlease note that some activities earn you more than others. What you find most useful depends on what you’re trying to accomplish at the moment, but there are other considerations. For example, you can earn special time-limited rewards only available by completing missions, and you can collect special loot by completing missions.

Choose missions and missions.

To find available quests and missions, tap on the source available on your home base screen (look near the bottom right corner). By default you will see a list of available missions for the month.

Try to complete all objectives before they expire and also come back to collect your rewards before the deadline. Any quest rewards not collected within this period will be permanently lost. If you’ve completed a quest but haven’t collected the reward, the statue at your base should light up to alert you.

Unlock new missions

Please note that if you delete all standard missions, new ones will become available. They’re harder to defeat as they force you to take on tougher opponents, but the rewards are greater too.

Quests and My Nintendo

Missions are specific to My Nintendo and have no time limit. You will be rewarded for a variety of actions such as: such as completing the game’s prologue or linking yours Heroes of the Fire Emblem Game on your Nintendo Account.

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Be sure to make this connection quickly so you can earn points that you can spend on in-game items like Crystals and Shards, Stamina Potions, and Blessings of the Light items.

To access the missions, tap on the crystal-shaped icon located on the right side of the header where the missions are listed. You’ll see a list of available quest rewards, and you can tap the Quests button to learn how to earn the currency you need to spend on them.

However, you do not need to link your game to a My Nintendo account to complete Standard Missions. These missions are still offered in the standard list and are available in different difficulty levels: Normal, Hard and Moody. The higher the difficulty, the greater your rewards.

Quests and quests give you something to work on throughout the month. Be sure to check for new ones at the start of a new cycle, as you’ll need to adjust your strategy over the next few weeks based on the appropriate conditions.

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