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Nils is sick in the chapter, so the Eliwood's group has to protect him. Heath's part of a mercenary group that's been given the job to take out Eliwood's crew, but his code of honor from being an ex-knight is that he doesn't like fighting women and children, and sees this as his mercenary group taking advantage of the weak. He tries to convince his boss to cease the attack, but his boss tells Heath that he's too soft to be a mercenary and they fight.
If it's any consolation, the "Milquetoast free fliers" are generally respectable if built up. I've seen some wicked Cormags out there, and I plan to build him up myself eventually. Even if Heath gets the middling treatment, you can usually make those units work with investment.
Nah, there's a reason why no one uses Lukas-types anymore; too many weaknesses.
I honestly think they need to do a villain banner at some point to knock out some bigger names like Selena, Sonia (and Nergal, but Sonia would definitely sell better), and Ashnard.
They really do like f*** the normal format of forging bonds, omit Sharena and Alfonse from them and just have the Villains do it.
That way we get the banner and a forging bonds where you dont have to have the askr trio weirdly interacting with these guys (because honestly if they did, they'd probably ruin the image of those villains forever in one forging bond).