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I submitted a "Debuffer/Mage Tank" build of Felicia a week ago. Can you please review it to see if it is a good enough build to be posted on her "Builds" page? Thanks.

Hello, I originally created the two Felicia builds (the support and mage hunter) before the Gamepedia merge and I saw your post on the Felicia page asking to expand on the builds more. I hope this will be sufficient enough to meet your requirement, if you feel that the builds aren't good feel free to remove them. -Scopedoge12

Support Felicia

Overview: The purpose of this build is to further enhance Felicia's debuffing potential and improve her durability. If you're looking for a cheap way to build Felicia this build is for you.

Starting off, her Assist and C skill is flexible so choose whatever skill that will suit your play style.

Special: Iceberg is preferred for the shorter charge time, this will put her attack at 50 which will help her deal some damage against physical characters. A reason for why I don't prefer Glacies is because Felicia can't charge it fast enough unless the enemy team is made up of slow characters, 37 is a good amount of speed but she cannot double against Red swords like Lucina and Ryoma, she also fails double against mages such as Linde and Nino.

A skill: We go with HP+5 to ensure that Felicia will survive a blow when trying to debuff strong physical characters such as Ike and Ryoma who will one shot Felicia if they are equipped with Fury. With HP5 and +3 HP for her seal this will help her survive against +ATK Boon and Fury users, though keep in mind that people with Brave weapons and Kagero will still one shot her. You can easily acquire this from a 4* Donnel.

B skill: Seal SPD/ATK or Poison Strike, for SPD or ATK it's a matter of if you need the opponent to be slower or deal less damage. You can obtain SPD easily from a 4* Virion and ATK might be a bit tougher since you'll need a 4* Jeorge. Poison Strike is also a good option if you'd prefer Felicia to deal guaranteed damage, the extra 10 damage along with the reduction in DEF and RES will allow another unit to potentially one shot the enemy, you can obtain this from a 4* Saizou.

To summarize, this is a build that will enhance Felicia's ability to debuff the enemy, with Silver Dagger+ she already removes 7 DEF and RES from the enemy so we add in -7 SPD/ATK via seal skills or go with guaranteed damage with Poison Strike.

Mage Hunter Felicia

Overview: The goal of this build is to improve Felicia's ability to slay mages, with her high RES stat we will change her weapon to make her tankier or deal more damage to infantry mages.

Weapon: Rogue Dagger+ will increase her resistance giving her a total of 43 RES, which allows her to shrug off most mages unless he/she was buffed. Poison Dagger+ is another option if you'd prefer more damage against infantry units, with this weapon and Quick Riposite you are guaranteed to one round any infantry mages barring Sophia, Henry, and Robin(M). Rogue Dagger requires a 5* Matthew or Gaius which might be a bit more accessible compared to Poison Dagger which is only from Kagero.

The Assist slot is flexible

Special: Iceberg is preferred for the faster charge time and against most mages the damage from Glacies would be overkill. Paired up with Quick Riposte you are guaranteed an Iceberg at the start of your phase.

A Skill: You have a choice of Resistance 3 or Fury 3 since Felicia generally two round mages (or one round with poison + quick riposte) the extra damage from Fury might be a bit overkill, along with the con of -6 HP per combat which could leave Felicia at dangerously low HP if continually exposed to combat. Resistance 3 is a cheaper option and allows her to preserve more of her HP, the choice is yours.

B Skill: With Felicia's speed of 37 she is incapable of doubling the popular mages such as Linde, Nino, and Tharja, we solve this with Quick Riposte so all you have to do bait the mage to attack Felicia on their phase, which results in Felicia doubling back along with a charged up Iceberg at the start of your phase. Since Quick Riposte 3 is only obtainable on three characters that requires 5* level 2 of the skill is sufficient, and you can acquire it from a 4* Subaki.

C Skill: Threaten Attack pairs well with the Rogue Dagger since you are essentially gaining 10 DEF and RES at the start of your turn which will improve Felicia's durability. If you went with Poison Dagger the C skill is flexible so choose whatever will benefit you the most there. You can acquire Threaten Attack from a 4* Hawkeye

To summarize, this build increase Felicia's combat ability against mages by improving her durability against mages with the Rogue Dagger, or improve her damage output against infantry mages using Poison Dagger. This build works the best when you bait the enemy mage in order to utilize Quick Riposte which allows you to double attack on counter and potentially one shot the mage if using Poison Dagger. However, keep in mind that this build can be pricey since you'll need to sacrifice a 5* for his/her weapon.

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Hi, I was considering about adding some summed up general strategy tips and usage description on the skills pages, similar to the Strategy Pages of heroes. What do you think about it?--Bentermuler (talk) 12:09, 28 August 2017 (UTC)

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Hi there. I believe that the build tag 'Assault' should be merged with the 'Arena' tag since going through Assault battles is similar to battling in the Arena with different teams, so the player should think about specific counters anyway making a whole new tag a bit redundant.--Bentermuler (talk) 15:56, 30 August 2017 (UTC)

IP blocks[edit source]

Hello, Pcj here from the GRASP team. I noticed in the past you have used infinite global block to combat vandalism from IP addresses/users who aren't logged in. Per "Blocking users" on the help wiki, the standard for IP address blocks is two weeks, as IP addresses are dynamically assigned (and the smarter vandals/spambots use proxies/VPNs to show a false IP anyway). It would be preferable to only use two weeks, or short of that, at least make the block only local to this wiki. I'll be unblocking users whose blocks are past the two week limit. If there are any problems with that we can address them as they arise. Thank you. --Pcj (talk) 12:51, 22 September 2017 (UTC)

Hi Pcj, thanks for letting me know about the standard. I was following block guidelines set before the FEH Wiki was hosted by Gamepedia, but considering how different the environments were (No anonymous IP edits, no global blocks due to being an individual Wiki) I should've realized much earlier and reviewed the new standards. My apologies for any hassles those blocks created for you and the GRASP team, and thank you again for letting me know. Elaeagnifolia (talk) 15:59, 22 September 2017 (UTC)
These IPs also need to be unblocked. Endilyn (talk) 00:12, 23 April 2018 (UTC)

Regarding recent IP blocks[edit source]

Having a duration of a month or more, or infinite, on global blocks on anonymous users based on IP addresses, is far too excessive: You're potentially locking out a large group of valid users, since IP addresses can, and usually do, change over time. Limit it to only a few days, or at most 2 weeks. DSquirrelGM (talk) 14:12, 23 September 2017 (UTC)

November banners don't show up in Summoning Focus Archive[edit source]

For some reason, the November banners don't show up in Summoning Focus Archive. I'm not sure where to report the issue.

--Ninoninonii (talk) 05:30, 5 December 2017 (UTC)

Users suspended from Discord channel with chances for redeemal question, even for myself[edit source]

It's me, Thebreakingbenny, who was booted off of your Discord channel more than a week ago. When I was disconnected from it because I talked about autism and the unfortunate implication word that starts with an I, I genuinely thought it was only a temporary ban so I could think over what I did and not repeat it. Later on when I came back, I was dead wrong; it was permanent and I didn't understand any of it at first. I even tried to get in touch with one of the people in the Discord chat (Hexatomb being the one I was recommended to), but nope, no answers.

Is there any way for users banned from this Discord chat to be redeem their way back in? If such is the case, what can I do to be allowed back? I know what I did was wrong, but I do find I've been treated unfairly by you people for being sorf-of overprotective. Please consider my question. --Thebreakingbenny (talk) 22:39, 22 May 2018 (UTC) (PS: I had absolutely no choice but to use the alt account to temporarily come back, but I am honest when I say I would like a chance to be accepted back fairly.)

Hi Benny,
As Valexiv mentioned in his reply to you, Wiki Editors are separate from the actual moderators of the Discord server because that Discord server is actually the FE:Heroes Reddit's Discord. The Wiki was just given a channel as a place to discuss Wiki-related matters real time there, so the Discord server and the rules there are not set by us.
Having said that, when we brought your case up, the administrator in charge of the entire server (Hexatomb) has already stated to us that you are not welcome back to the server (due to the reasons Valexiv also mentioned in the same reply). His words are essentially final, so unfortunately there is nothing further I, nor any of the Wiki staff, can do to reverse your ban with the FEH Reddit's Discord moderation staff. Elaeagnifolia (talk) 22:52, 22 May 2018 (UTC)
Sidenote - for clarity, the FEH Reddit Discord moderation staff is also different from the FEH Reddit staff.
So why is Hexatomb not willing to talk to me? He did not answer my request to talk to him (via friend request because his settings are apparently set to only accept conversations with friends), and it hurts me that he practically closes his ears and shows neither will nor interest in talking to me, if such is actually the case. --Thebreakingbenny (talk) 23:04, 22 May 2018 (UTC)
I can't speak as to the exact reason why, but I do know that Hexatomb gets hundreds of direct messages daily as he's an administrator for several Discord servers (not just FEH) and is incredibly busy, most with probably similar content and he probably doesn't go through each of them. I do know that we've brought up the issue to him twice now, and he's adamant with his decision. Elaeagnifolia (talk) 23:19, 22 May 2018 (UTC)
It's okay; I have no kind things to say to him or his weak-spined cronies anyway. He is however wrong when he says I "harass" you Wiki people. --Thebreakingbenny (talk) 00:13, 23 May 2018 (UTC)
Thebreakingbenny, you are definitely not returning after badmouthing the head administrator. However since you make (some) solid contributions I feel it would be astray to exclude you from some of the wiki discussions. I have created another server exclusively because of you: Please contact me here if you would like me to relay any information about wiki discussions towards you. Anyone else reading this message is also free to join. Endilyn (talk) 02:53, 12 June 2018 (UTC)

Automatic Hero quote page generation[edit source]

According to your update day checklist page, you have something to automatically format the archives into wikitext. Would you mind sharing the code? I plan to make a lua module on the wiki for this. Endilyn (talk) 02:45, 24 May 2018 (UTC)