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Fire Emblem Heroes Reroll Guide

May the RNG be ever in your favor.

It is well known that Fire Emblem Heroes players are at the mercy of the RNG. Many players show off some impressive barracks full of five stars that they pull almost immediately, while others can summon and summon with little to show for it. If a player gets a bad first few summons, though, there's no reason not to reroll. This guide will explain rerolling in Fire Emblem Heroes, which can be helpful for a new player or someone who has returned to the game after a long time away.

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How to reroll in Fire Emblem Heroes

After playing the game and getting some undesirable first summons, the easiest way to reroll in Fire Emblem Heroes is to simply uninstall and reinstall the game. Once the new account is started, follow these steps to try and get a better barracks.

  • Complete the tutorial.
  • Complete the Prologue.
  • Go to the Home Screen, and accept all rewards (the player should have 30-34 orbs by now).
  • Summon the banners which give either free summons or summons that require tickets.
  • Go to a desired banner (legendary banner for best results) and summon with the initial orbs collected.
  • Afterwards, if no desired hero was summoned, uninstall the game and reroll again.

Best Characters to get in Fire Emblem Heroes

When rerolling, what players should be looking for are strong five star units. If they are Legendary Heroes, that's even better since they can score high in Arena and things like that. Contrary to popular belief, though, the free units that the player can get through the story and Heroes' Path are actually strong enough to get through most in game content. Specifically, players definitely want to get these heroes early:

  • Eir: Strong offensive unit with Swift Sparrow and nice debuffs from her weapon
  • Peony: A Dancer that can buff her allies' stats
  • Ash: A very tanky beast unit who gets stronger if she is near her allies
  • Ike: Tanky infantry with a weapon that can counterattack regardless of range.
  • Reinhardt: Strong Magic cavalry unit with a brave tome (weapon that can strike twice).

Related: How to play all Fire Emblem games in order

What to do first in Fire Emblem Heroes

There is loads of content that a player can jump into in Fire Emblem Heroes. It can get a little overwhelming, but with a new file, players probably won't have the best units to score high in Arena, Aether Raids, or any of the really difficult content out there. That being said, the best thing to focus on early are the Story maps.

For the best results, players should do the first chapter of each book in the main story. This will give the player access to the strong free units (e.g. the first chapter of Book 3 gives Eir). The only exceptions to this are Ike, who is found in Xeonologue 3 under Paralogues, and Reinhardt, who is acquired through the Heroes' Path.

As the player collects orbs, the smartest thing to do is save those for Legendary Banners. They give players a higher chance of getting a five star while in general giving access to strong heroes. Once the player gets a strong five star pool along with decent fodder for skills, then they can think about Arena, Aether Raids, and all of the competitive content.

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Shane Foley
Shane Foley is both a huge gamer and a Contributing Writer at Pro Game Guides. He's been gaming ever since the Nintendo 64 came out, and he knows everything there is to know about Pokémon, Fire Emblem, Zelda, and several other Nintendo franchises.

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