Drop’d is an interesting game where your character is on moving platform. Your goal is basically to time your taps right so that your character will drop down to the next moving platform. On these platforms, there could be power ups and items that you can use. Just make sure to be accurate when you […]
MalisisSwitches Mod 1.12/1.11.2 is simple wireless redstone switches. This mod adds wireless redstone switches into Minecraft! This very simple mod makes it easy to craft wireless redstone devices which you can then link up to various redstone objects and activate them from a distance. Screenshots and Recipes: Greenstone: Green dust that comes from redstone with […]
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MalisisSwitches Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 is simple wireless redstone switches. Screenshots and Recipes: Greenstone: Green dust that comes from redstone with a bit of emerald. Makes the redstone wireless. Switch: A simple switch that can control the redstone current from a distance. PowerLinker: A tool that can link a Switch with the blocks it’s supposed to control. […]
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild looks to be every bit as good as the hype and expectations would have you believe.
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Just Enough Items Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 (TooManyItems, JEI) is a stripped-down item and recipe viewing mod for Minecraft 1.8+. Built from the ground up for stability and performance. Controls: Basic Controls: Inventory: (Minecraft Options -> Controls) Show Recipes: Hover over item + R Show Uses: Hover over item + U Toggle Item List Overlay: Control + […]
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Streams Mod 1.12.1/1.11.2 introduces real flowing rivers, with a true current to Minecraft. These rivers are generated in the world using custom non-decaying flowing blocks and are much larger than anything the player could create using buckets. They originate in multiple sources and flow down the terrain through slopes and waterfalls, joining together into wider […]
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Fire Emblem Heroes Summoning Guide to help you learn everything you need to know about summoning heroes in the game.
The game features a number of heroes you can call in a battle. While the summoning process is as simple as it can get, there are some things which you should keep in mind while trying to summon a hero.
Fire Emblem Heroes Summoning Guide
In our Fire Emblem Heroes Summoning Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about summoning heroes in the game.
Summoning in Fire Emblem Heroes
After you start to summon, you should be able to see all four attribute orbs i.e. red, blue, green, and colorless. These color-coded orbs basically represent the hero of the same type. For instance, Abel can only be summoned using the blue orb.
For your convenience, here’s what you can expect from these color-coded orbs:
- Red: Fire Element, Swords
- Green: Wind Element, Axes
- Blue: Thunder Element, Lances
- Colorless: Healers, Bows, Assassins
At the beginning, summoning a hero will cost 5 orbs which will continue to decrease over time. Summoning a hero for the first time costs 5 orbs, summoning a hero for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th time costs 4 orbs, and summoning a hero for the 5th time costs 3 orbs.
This, however, only holds true if you don’t leave the Summoning Menu,
Apart from the decrease in the cost, the chances of getting a 5-star continue to increase with each summon. Here’s a simple calculation to help you out:
- 5 Times with no 5-star – 0.5% Increase
- 10 Times with no 5-star – 1.0% Increase
- 15 Times with no 5-star – 1.5% Increase
- 115 Times with no 5-star – 11.5% Increase
Moreover, it goes without saying that you can upgrade your units to 5-star as well. As for the game’s default summoning pattern, it goes something like this:
- 5-star – 3% chance of being summoned
- 4-star – 36% chance of being summoned
- 3-star – 61% chance of being summoned in the game
The reason why you want to get your hands on 4-star or 5-star heroes is because of better stats that they bring to the fray. However, a 3-star unit can be stronger as compared to a 4-star unit depending upon skills and resources invested into it.
This is all we’ve on our Fire Emblem Heroes Summoning Guide. If there anything else you would like to add, let us know in the comments section below!
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