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The newly announced mobile title Fire Emblem Heroes looks like it’ll be pulling from every corner of Fire Emblem history. This includes several games that never came stateside, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have their own loyal fans the world over. Nintendo has recognized this by making what appears to be every single notable Fire Emblem character, hero and villain fair game for the upcoming Android and iOS game. And just like a dedicated Tactician, you can play a part in who makes the cut into your pocket-sized army.

The official web page for Fire Emblem Heroes is already live, including the “Choose Your Legends” voting promotion mentioned during today’s Direct. Here you can vote on your favorite characters to try and push their chances to be included in the game up a little higher. This will coincide with a promotion early on in the game where these winning characters will also be easier to acquire by the game’s lottery style recruitment process. The top voted hero and heroine will be available in a special outfit and illustration style to commemorate their victory. The top ten each for heroes and heroines will be featured in special mobile calendar/wallpaper designs as well.

Users of My Nintendo can link their account to the voting page and earn 200 Platinum coins in the process. Don’t forget to pair your account with the game when it releases as well, as it’s sure to offer plenty of free coins just like Miitomo and Super Mario Run before it. The site’s well done with info on the game’s new, original characters and play systems and is definitely worth a look-over. Voting is live until the end of the month, giving players plenty of time to think their choices over and come up with a winning strategy for their favorites.

Fire Emblem Heroes will launch on February 2nd for Android users, and soon after on a to-be announced date on iOS. Pre-registration is already live in the Google Play Store so make sure you’re notified to access the game as soon as possible.

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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.