<p>Jeez, Fire Emblem: Heroes has had a busy month, and though the launch events are almost over there's no sign of slowing down just yet.</p>We've got a FEH tier list for you!<p>Fire Emblem: Heroes' April update is looking to be pretty massive as Nintendo detailed everything and the kitchen sink in a tidy notification. For the sake of simplicity, and to avoid my incessant ramblings, we'll keep it nice and short.<p>Toughen up your #FEHeroes and get ready – the Ambitious King, Michalis is coming up in a Grand Hero Battle, starting on 24/03! pic.twitter.com/lRBb9DU35R— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) March 15, 2017Before you ask, yes there're more Grand Hero Battles planned over the next couple of months.</p>March 24th - Michalis: Ambitious King, which was announced earlier today.<p> </p>Early April - Navarre: Scarlet Sword<p> </p>Late April - Zephiel: The Liberator<p> </p>Early May - Xander: Paragon Knight<p> </p>Late May - Lloyd: White Wolf<p>Aside from the GHB events, there will soon be a mixture of updates, tweaks, and fixes to aid your experience. These include:</p>Hero Merit - When Heroes take part in battles, they'll earn Hero Merit, and in turn be able to get Hero Feathers.<p> </p>New combat rules - This applies to the areas of defence and reinforcement. <p> </p>Tweaks to arena scores and matchmaking - These changes will help match players with opponents of similar strength and slightly increase the score you can get on all difficulties.<p> </p>Bonus Hero descriptions - Descriptions of Bonus Heroes will be available in the Arena. <p> </p>Notifications - You'll only get one notification a day without repeating later on.<p>Phew! Looks like there'll be plenty to get your head around in the coming months, and apparently the developers are constantly working hard to bring more in-game events. We don't have the details on those yet though, so keep an eye out.
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