The Fire Emblem series is all about tactics, strategy, and commanding your troops. A major aspect of this is whether or not your characters die because Fire Emblem games traditionally feature permadeath when one of your characters falls. This may leave you wondering if there is permadeath in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.
The answer is yes—there is permadeath in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. After a certain point, your characters will not return if they fall in battle, essentially dying. This is true if you are playing on Classic. But, you can instead play on Casual, which will disable permadeath. This may leave you wondering how to enable Casual play.
How to turn off permadeath in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes
When you start a new game, you have the option to play on Classic or Casual. If you prefer not to have permadeath, you will want to start your game on Casual. If you opt to play Classic but wish to turn off permadeath, simply open the game's settings and switch your difficulty to Casual.
Can you revive characters in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes?
When playing in Casual mode, your characters will automatically revive at the end of each mission. This means you can play without fear of your favorite or strongest characters falling. If you are playing in Classic mode, you cannot revive any of your fallen allies.
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