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Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Earlier today, Nintendo announced new details about how the ‘Cindered Shadows’ DLC will interact with the main story of Fire Emblem: Three houses. You can see the facts via their Twitter post below:
The save data for the Cindered Shadows side story in the Fire Emblem: Three Houses Expansion Pass Wave 4 DLC is separate from the main game. However, progress in Cindered Shadows will influence what you can do in the main game, including exploring Abyss.
 
As you continue to progress in Cindered Shadows, you can interact with and recruit the four Ashen Wolves in Part 1 of the main game. Once they’ve joined your house, they will be available to take part in battles & classes. They’ll also stick with you into Part 2 of the main game.

Nintendo has shared information about another one of the classes in Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Cindered Shadows. For today’s update, we get to hear a bit about the Dark Pegasus class.

Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of SatsumaFS:

We are now only six days away from the release of the Cindered Shadows DLC for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and today, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems revealed a bit more information on it.

The four members of the Ashen Wolves each have unique and new classes. If you clear the first episode of Cindered Shadows, you will unlock the ability to use these classes in the main game. They are classified as Advanced Classes, meaning that you need to be at least level 20 to use. Taking the exam for the class also requires the new “Underground Seal” item.

The two classes being detailed today should be familiar to fans of Fire Emblem Awakening. The War Cleric is a healer that can also use axes and has high physical stats. The Trickster is skilled in both magic and swords. They also have thieving skills and require the character to have obtained the certification for the Thief class. Additionally, they have a unique Art called “Trick” that allows them so swap spaces with an ally within five spaces of them. If you have Anna take the Trickster exam, you unlock a unique outfit for her reminiscent of her attire in Fire Emblem Awakening.

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Nintendo has provided the latest information on Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Cindered Shadows. Today’s update covers the weapon shop and forge, resources, and Smithing Stones.

Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of SatsumaFS:

Today, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems released a bit more info on Cindered Shadows, the final piece of DLC for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. As was previously mentioned, the Cindered Shadows side story will be structured differently from the game’s main story – there is no calendar system in place and players will use a fixed stable of characters, including all three house leaders. As such, players will have a bit less freedom when it comes to customizing their characters. In Cindered Shadows, each character has a set number of classes they can choose from, but they can’t learn any new ones. The same applies to abilities – each character has a set number of them to choose from. The reasoning for this change is that the battles in this DLC are intended to be more like difficult puzzles, and players will have to figure out how to best tackle these problems with the tools they’ve been given.

The Cindered Shadows DLC will be available on February 13.

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The latest Twitter update has introduced us to another new character: Alphard (voiced by Daisuke Hirakawa), a member of the Church of Seiros who is responsible for overseeing the Abyss. The place used to be plagued by famine and criminality, but thanks to him, it is now in a state of relative peace and order.

He’s described as a calm and compassionate individual, who managed to earn the trust of the denizens of the Abyss, despite their distrust of the Church. He is the one who pushed for the creation of the Ashen Wolves house.

You can see a video of Alphard interacting with the player here in the original tweet here:

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The latest character for Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Cindered Shadows was introduced on the series’ official Japanese Twitter account today. We have a brief bio for Hapi, who is part of Ashen Wolves.

Here’s the rundown on Hapi, courtesy of SatsumaFS:

Nintendo has published another character introduction for the Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Cindered Shadows DLC. For today’s update, we have information regarding Balthus, including a video.

A member of the Ashen Wolves, Balthus (voiced by Subaru Kimura), is a rather rowdy and careless fellow from the Alliance who styles himself “Fighting King of Leicester”. He ended up hiding in the Abyss after being chased by evil people. He goes after intruders in order to protect the people who live in the Abyss.

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Nintendo has published another character introduction for the Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Cindered Shadows DLC. For today’s update, we have information regarding Constance.

Here’s her bio, courtesy of SatsumaFS:

Nintendo is continuing to share information about Fire Emblem: Three Houses’ Cindered Shadows DLC. This time around, we have an introduction to Yuri, who is voiced by Enoki Junya in the Japanese version.

Here’s his brief bio (thanks to SatsumaFS):