While Zelda players gather bomb flowers and boomerangs, Norway’s Anne Martha Harnes has collected 1,816 individual items connected with the video game series.
The Snack World: Trejarers – Ver. 2.0 (?)
List of changes:
- raises level cap from LV. 99 to LV. 150
- various bug fixes
- will be released alongside the first DLC pack sometime in October
DLC Pack 1 – Point 1
This DLC allows players to challenge some vicious bosses:
Zombie King: he used to be the King of a certain Kingdom. One day, someone put zombie powder in his food by mistake, and he became a zombie.
Holy Dragon Dear Falcon: a dragon version of Dear Falcon.
DLC Pack 1 – Point 2
This DLC allows players to tackle some new dungeons:
Underground Labyrinth Foie Gras, where the Zombie King is said to live. The layout is pretty complicated, which is why adventurers frequently get lost inside. Lots of mysterious monsters are said to live in that dungeon.
Scorching Hot Volcano Gratania, found in the north-eastern part of the continent. As expected, all the monsters living in there are pretty hot… and no, we’re not talking about physical appearance here! There’s also lots of lava around, so make sure you’re extra careful when you head into that dungeon. Oh, and be wary of the boss whose roar can be heard often in those parts…
DLC Pack 1 – Point 3
This DLC allows players to play with a Dragon Knight version of Chap and Vincent.
Dragon Knight Cap can hit enemies with continuous slashing attacks, while Dragon Knight Vincent is even stronger than the regular “version”, with his deadly special moves.
DLC Pack 1 – Point 4
This DLC allows players to break through the limits of their stats. With this DLC, you will get the following:
lots of XP after you’ve reached LV. 99. And no, it’s not a mistake: on the same day as the DLC is released, a free update (for all players) will raise the level cap, from LV. 99 to LV. 150
raised level cap for Jarra, from LV. 5 to to LV. 8
raised cap for bonds with characters and monsters you have as snacks, from ♡ 3 to ♡ 5
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The following info comes from a Nintendo Dream interview with Fire Emblem Warriors Producer Yosuke Hayashi and director Hiroya Usuda, as translated by NintendoEverything...
ND: From here on we’d like to hear about things we’ve been playing. First of all regarding the plot: how were the details decided on you making a story about placing Gleamstones on the Shield of Flames?
Usuda: First of all we do want to develop a story that is familiar and does not stray away from Fire Emblem. Characters from various games are going to appear here, so having heroes gather under the Shield of Flames seems to fit well for us. Then just like the Gleamstones gathering on the Shield of Flames, the story links to heroes gathering in.
Hayashi: We had the same way of making [the story] as Hyrule Warriors. For example in that game we had the Master Sword being pulled at about two-thirds of the endgame; a story that is to be expected by fans. In case of Fire Emblem, some games may not have had the Shield of Flames, but just like in Awakening you’re gathering something, and at first you were running away from something; there’s this common storyline. We talked about that with the staff, and we created it to deliberately include parts that are anticipated by users without doing something outrageous.
ND: So as we’re hiding some parts of the story [from being talked about], in the Awakening chapter why did you have Lucina appear as Masked Marth?
Usuda: If I had to say, it’s because we’re talking about the presentation side. Like, we want to reproduce this scene from the original game! (laughs) Speaking of Lucina’s appearance, it has to be that scene where she rescues [the heroes who were] attacked by monsters while being masked. So we’re prioritizing her appearance on the image and homage to the original games. We decided on the more detailed story parts, for example the scene where [Shion/Rowan] opens his eyes to see Chrom and Lissa.
ND: So you had such an intention when you had Shion/Rowan fall off a cliff.
Usuda: That’s right. We really wanted to have a scene of Shion/Rowan opening his eyes while facing upwards, so we had him fall off a cliff.
Hayashi: I thought that was borderline [dangerous] though (laughs).
Usuda: We were thinking to create a situation where when he opens his eyes, Chrom and the others are there. Shion/Rowan is not alone in the first place, so we couldn’t have him taking a nap. So he ended up rolling down from a cliff (laughs).
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Fire Emblem Warriors
- The Downloadable Content menu has been added and DLC is available.
- The weapon list can be sorted.
- The number of enemies defeated and rate of damage taken can be seen in History Mode.
- Various bug fixes.
List of changes:
- Adds a DLC menu, allowing you to purchase and download DLC [click here for more details about the DLC]
- Adds a Sorting option in the weapon list, allowing you to sorth through all the weapons you have
- History Mode: adds K.O and damage counters to the pause menu screen
- Various bug fixes
No word on what games will be on-sale, but it seems like it's going to be a serious opportunity, as even the Switch eShop is included!