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New set of Fire Emblem If characters revealed

Posted on June 2, 2015 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News

This week’s issue of Famitsu is revealing a new round of characters in Fire Emblem If. You can get a look at them above, and details about each is posted below. Expect more information about the game over the next few days.

Nishiki (Fox Spirit) [Hoshido]

– Fox spirit youth
– Lives in a remote region of Hoshido
– Following his father’s footsteps, he acts as his clan’s leader and keeps his people in order
– Personal Skill [Gratitude]: When an unit uses a healing staff on the user, that unit has their HP restored by half the same amount

Kazahana (Samurai) [Hoshido]

– One of the best samurai in Hoshido
– She is princess Sakura’s loyal subordinate and serves as her personal guard
– Personal Skill [???] When user’s attack KOs the enemy, all adjacent enemies have their HP reduced by 20% of their max HP

Tsubaki (Pegasus Warrior) [Hoshido]

– Fights astride a pegasus
– His conduct suggests he’s a shallow man, but he’s actually very demanding on himself
– Personal Skill [Perfectionist] When HP is full, Hit rate and Avoid +15

Belka (Wyvern Rider) [Nohr]

– Soldier who reports to Nohr’s princess Camilla
– She is a favourite of Camilla who has a liking for “powerful girls”.
– Personal Skill [Ambush Duty] When the user attacks an enemy who cannot counter-attack, damage increases by 4

Luna (Mercenary) [Nohr]

– Camilla’s subordinate, alongside Belka
– Hates to lose and isn’t satisfied until she’s the best at everything
– Personal Skill [Competitive] When user is the rear unit, if the front unit triggers a critical hit, the user is guaranteed a critical hit (if their attack connects)
– Voiced by Saori Seto, who also voiced Severa

Nyx (Dark Mage) [Nohr]

– Despite her youthful appearance, she has an incredibly grown up personality
– Lives a quiet life in Nohr
– Personal Skill [???] When the user sustains damage from an enemy’s magic spell, the enemy also receives half of the same damage

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