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How to get Hero Relics in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

Using Hero Relics in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes in a battle can grant you victory.
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The Hero Relics in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes are powerful weapons you can give your characters. Only select party members can use them, which comes down to a character’s Crests. Without a crest, any other character who uses them will slowly take damage during a battle. Those who can wield this legendary equipment are powerful, and having access to more can turn the tide of battle. Here’s how to get Hero Relics in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.

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Where to get Hero Relics

Obtaining Hero Relics comes down to progress through the primary campaign of Three Hopes and unlocking characters. The more characters you add to your roster, the more chances you have to receive a Hero Relic through the story or participate in Paralogue missions.

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Some Hero Relics are tied to the primary characters you start with in your house. For example, Lorenz from the Golden Deers will receive Thyrsus from his father after a specific story moment happens in the main campaign. Although Lorenz can wield it, other party members can also use it, so long as they have Crest. The same goes for Claude’s Failnaught.

Outside of Story Missions, Paralogues are another method you might receive a Hero Relic. Paralogues require you to have specific party members in your roster for them to appear. If you have not recruited them or they have fallen in combat, these Paralogues will be unavailable.

It is in your best interest to try and recruit as many characters to your faction as you play through the story. You will also want to keep them alive through the campaign. If they fall, you may miss a chance to add a powerful Hero Relic to your arsenal.

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