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Fire Emblem Heroes Attuned Eirika & Ascended Amelia

Another summoning event is in store for Fire Emblem Heroes, and the latest one is Attuned Eirika & Ascended Amelia.

Heroes from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones game, including Attuned Hero Eirika: Resolute Princess, will join Niðavellir: Founding King from Fire Emblem Heroes. Also, a Grand Hero Battle with Glen: Sunstone is on the way.

Paper Mario The Thousand-Year Door update 1.0.1

Nintendo just issued a first update for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, bringing the game to version 1.0.1.

A number of issues have been addressed across the board. One of the more notable problems addressed is for a bug in which players could get past the fallen tree near Twilight Town without Tube Mode. 

For the full rundown of the new update, continue on below.

Partner upgrades Paper Mario Thousand Year Door

If you’ve been playing Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, we’ve got the full rundown on how to upgrade partners.

Partners are sort of the cornerstone of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and its battle system. Each one has their own unique set of attacks, and swapping between them at the right time can make or break a tough boss battle. Mario can constantly level up and increase his stats, but the same isn’t true for partners. Instead, you’ll need to collect and use Shine Sprites to initiate a partner upgrade. Every partner can be upgraded twice, and doing so increases their attack power and grants them access to a new move. There are just enough Shine Sprites to fully upgrade all of your partners, so don’t worry about having to make any difficult choices. 

Fire Emblem Heroes Loving Sea

Fire Emblem Heroes is gearing up for another summer summoning event, this time called Loving Sea.

Special Heroes wearing swimsuits will be appearing, including Alear, Petra, Clanne, and Goldmary (as a duo). Also worth noting, the 5-star Hero Dedue: Loyal Life Guard will appear as a Score Reward in the next Tempest Trials+ event.

The Fire Emblem Heroes Loving Sea summoning event starts on July 5, 2024. We have the official trailer below. 

Fire Emblem Heroes update 8.7.0

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems are readying the next update for Fire Emblem Heroes, version 8.7.0.

The update includes new skills for a couple of Mythic Heroes, new weapon skills to refine, and some other content. There’s a new quality of life change planned as well.

Here’s the full rundown of the new update:

Celica: Of Echoes is coming to Fire Emblem Heroes as a new Emblem Heroes, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems just announced.

Celica was originally featured in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, though she also appeared in Fire Emblem Engage. The same event will allow players to summon previously-released 5-star Legendary and Mythic Heroes.

Money Money Badge Paper Mario Thousand Year Door

The Money Money Badge is one of the most useful Badges Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door has to offer. It drastically increases the number of Coins you earn after a battle, and there are two instances of these Badges that you can collect. You can get the first one by grinding Piantas at the Pianta Parlor, which is fairly self-explanatory. The second one, however, is given as a prize via a Boo in the Creepy Steeple. If you can pass his quiz, you’ll eventually receive a second Money Money Badge.

Flush Summer Fire Emblem Heroes

Flush Summer will be the next summoning event in Fire Emblem Heroes, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have announced.

Special Heroes in dazzling swimsuits are coming soon. The lineup includes Nerþuz: Beach Shaperon (voiced by Cristina “Vee” Valenzuela, art by Sencha), Hríd: Island Ice Prince (voiced by Mark P. Whitten, art by argon), Olivia: Wavecrest Dancer (voiced by Karen Strassman, art by Kippu), and Gullveig: Glittering Sunlight (voiced by Alice Himora + Valeria Rodriguez, art by Yoshiku).

The Fire Emblem Heroes Flush Summer summoning event starts on June 17, 2024. We have the official trailer below.

There’s a wide variety of Badges to use in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, and today we’re going over a list of some of the best ones you can get. Badges are extremely helpful, and when Mario levels up, you can choose to increase his HP, FP, or BP. While most players understandably aim for a balance between the stats, BP is actually so useful that you can focus solely on increasing it and still be fine.

Gold Medal Paper Mario Thousand Year Door guide

There’s a lot to do in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, including the ultimate quest of obtaining the Gold Medal Badge. If you’re looking to 100 percent complete the game, this is actually a fancy (albeit cosmetic-only) reward for those of you looking to go the extra mile. Here’s how to 100 percent complete Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and earn the Gold Medal Badge, which you can equip for 0 BP to turn Mario golden.

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