Fireplace Emblem: Three Properties – How to Make the Most of Your Time



To be the very best professor in Hearth Emblem: A few Properties, you need to have to know how to expend your activity factors correctly. This is how to strike a harmony in between commitment, your professor stage, and ties with your pupils in the monastery. .

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37 thoughts on “Fireplace Emblem: Three Properties – How to Make the Most of Your Time”

  1. I definitely need more students in my class ASAP! Since I lost Lorenz and Ignatz very early in the game I am sorta struggling a little. Right now I’m trying to recruit Ferdinand. Hopefully I get him by the end of the month 🤞😅

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  2. imo, battles are extremely useful. They measure the usefulness of your units, level up your units (possibly infinitely), increase motivation if you are the MVP (you can do the same battle over and over as long as it doesnt take any activity points), and you can build support relationships (infinitely bc of the missions that dont take any activity points). This also comes with gold/stones/etc. (Missions can also be done)

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  3. Does anyone know how to do the support in three houses? Cause i only got C support with most of the characters and not even close to getting S or A support with any of them. I am already at the time skip part.

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  4. I think this game is slowly taking over my life. Just had a chat with a friend of mine and after having a disagreement with them about something my first thought was "oh shit I just probably lost support with them."

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  5. PARTIAL SPOILER WARNING

    In Part 2, you will be able to learn from your students like you could from your teachers in Part 1. Your options for growing your weapon ranks grows a lot, especially if you've recruited a lot of students. Seminars are still very important at this time, but if you're exploring the monastery and need to spend activity points on anything but the cafeteria (because let's face it, no other place in the monastery is really worth spending points on) then your students will become a great source of growth for you.

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  6. you can recruite all students(not including house lead and retainers). it'll take a while but you can. first day explore, second/third day grind, last day kiss butt, get tutored and possibly recruit. I mostly ground out my stuff. also may wanna pay close attention to flayn when fighting the turtle saint beast. a nice secret most may suspect but cant prove.(take her into the fight)

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  7. Persona's overworld and Fire Emblem's battle system = endless fun

    Personally I interleaved battle days and exploration days based on events. The Fish of Mystery days are too good to pass up but there are a lot of paralogue and quest battles to get through.

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  8. Least productive is choir practice? LMAO
    It literally builds support between three characters, raises faith for all of them, and raises authority for Byleth; it's by far one of the most of valuable activities.

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  9. Quior practise dramatically increases faith however and does build relationship. Well worth doing if you have atleast two healer characters who need a faith boost.

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  10. Once you figure out how abusable gifts are you can recruit every recruitable character in a matter of a few in-game months; just buy all the gifts and plant flowers and give them to students until they hit B support (it doesn't take much) and they will randomly ask to join you after that.

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  11. Keep in mind when you are about to proc a Support Conversation. It causes their motivation to max out, and if you can anticipate this, you can teach them in a lecture to deplete it KNOWING youre about to have a support convo to max it out again for another lecture. If it doesnt ask you if they want to talk to you through the week days, use sunday to explore and you can force the convo by finding them on the map displayed with a blue dotted speech bubble provided you indeed reached the support level. Some added optimization of Lecturing and motivation so you dont waste time eating meals with them or wasting gifts

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  12. I wouldn't call Choir practice useless. It's pretty handy for magic users in particular. I wouldn't bother using it for anyone other than magic users tho as it's only really effective for boosting Faith. It does boost support tho too so definitely use it for magic users that have supports with each other and Byleth.

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