Battle Planning[edit | edit source]
Combat[edit | edit source]
Stats[edit | edit source]
|HP||Character's maximum Health Points|
|Str||Power of physical attacks|
|Mag||Power of magic attacks|
|Skl||Power of Critical Hits and Warrior Special attacks|
|Sp||Rate the Awakening Gauge depletes and length of Awakening state|
|Lck||Drop rate of recovery items|
|Def||Defense against physical attacks|
|Res||Defense against magic attacks|
|Move||How quickly a character dashes|
Weapon Triangle[edit | edit source]
Like most Fire Emblem games, Warriors also has a weapon triangle where one weapon will be more effective against other weapons in a rock-paper-scissors fashion. The triangle is as follows:
- Lances are strong against swords.
- Axes are strong against lances.
- Swords are strong against axes.
Having the advantage/disadvantage has various effects on combat as follows:
|Weapon Advantage||Weapon Disadvantage|
There are additional effects outside the Weapon Triangle which provide effective damage such as:
- Bows are strong against flying mount units.
- Specific type effective weapons (eg. Armorslayer vs. an Armored unit)
In-game, enemies are visually marked to show if they have a advantage or disadvantage with up and down arrows respectively.
Warrior Gauge[edit | edit source]
The Warrior Gauge fills up as a hero defeats enemies or collects yellow recovery items (Warrior Tonics). The gauge is visible in the UI as a yellow bar in the top-left corner.
Warrior Special[edit | edit source]
When one ore more bars of the Warrior Gauge are full, a Warrior Special can be activated.
Stun Gauge[edit | edit source]
During battle, a gauge may appear over an enemy. Attacking the enemy will decrease the stun gauge, and once fully depleted, a hero will deal a Critical Hit.
Awakening Mode[edit | edit source]
Pair Up[edit | edit source]
Dual Attacks/Specials[edit | edit source]
Supports[edit | edit source]
Camp[edit | edit source]
The camp gives access to various shops where a player can use materials and gold earned.
Crest Market[edit | edit source]
- See Crest Market
A player can spend gold and materials to craft crests which provide stat boosts to heroes.
Master Seals[edit | edit source]
- See Master Seals
Master Seals can be used in the Crest Market to promote the base class of heroes and also to unlock additional Crests to craft.
Smithy[edit | edit source]
- See Smithy
Gold can be spent at the Smithy to forge and upgrade weapons. Weapons can also be sold here for gold as well.
Temple[edit | edit source]
- See Temple
A player can offer up materials and gold to receive blessings from the temple or to revive fallen allies.
Training Grounds[edit | edit source]
- See Training Grounds
Training Grounds is where a player can pay gold to level up units.