Hyrule Warriors Legends, the Nintendo 3DS port of Koei Tecmo’s Hyrule Warriors, will be adding new content not found in the Wii U version. Along with several new playable characters, Legends will be adding a new “My Fairy” system, which allows players to befriend fairies in Adventure Mode who will help them in battle. These fairies can be customized with costumes and fed various meals to change their personalities. Also, this system will provide four special facilities where the player can take care of their fairy:

  • Dining Room: that’s where you go to feed them
  • Salon: that’s where you go to change their clothes
  • School: that’s where you go to change their rental skills
  • Party: you can exchange skills with other players via local wireless and then rent them at any time

Note that only one fairy can be taken per battle, and some have different elements. The Famitsu article that provided these details specifies that certain fairies will be more effective on certain maps. Also, the name “My Fairy” is not final, as the localization team may find a different name for the system.

Regardless of what it will be called, it will be interesting to see how beneficial My Fairy is and how many
Legends players will use it in battle. What are your opinions on these new details for Hyrule Warriors Legends? Let us know in the comment section below.

Source: Famitsu (via Zelda Informer)

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