Genei Ibun Roku #FE ‘Tiki’ and ‘Bloom Palace’ trailers

Bloom Palace, the game's ever-important base.

Genei Ibun Roku #FE

The latest Genei Ibun Roku #FE trailer introduces Tiki, a recurring character from the Fire Emblem series who this time takes the form of a visual character of an in-game vocal software called “Singaloid TiKi.”

Additionally, the official website was updated with details and footage of the game’s “Bloom Palace” base element:

Bloom Palace

The “Bloom Palace” is a wonderful palace where Tiki lives, decorated in scenery that mimics the other world of the Mirages. It acts as an important base for Chrom and the other Mirages, and Itsuki and the other Mirage Masters, where they can perform various things.

  • Carnage Unity – The Performa you obtain from enemies in battle can used to create “Carnages”—the weapon forms that Mirages take in battle. Each Carnage can acquire a variety of skills.
  • Radiant Unity – Using the Performa you obtain from the enemy in battle, you can acquire “Radiant Skills.” These skills help Mirage Masters step up their game in the entertainment world, as well as in battle through status and “Session” skill enhancements, and the like.
  • Class Change – Using the Master Seal, it is possible to change jobs to a higher level Mirage. Each Mirage has a number of higher levels to choose from, and each has its own ability enhancements and different possible Carnage creations.

Genei Ibun Roku #FE will launch for Wii U in Japan on December 26, and in North America and Europe in 2016.

Watch the trailers below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

Tiki Trailer

Bloom Palace Trailer

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