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  1. Keeping up with the Three Houses content, we have a new Bound Hero Battle. Map Hard & Lunatic Infernal Infernal Enemy Data Tibarn Caineghis Blue Fafnir Red Mage Green Fafnir Troubadour
  2. Despite skepticism I grabbed this Fire Emblem Three Houses after all. This will become a blind run. Blind means blind. I have like zero preknowledge about this game. I know the Three Houses and who their leader is, but this is basically it. I never ever visited the Three Houses section because I did not expect to purchase this game. But since people praised it without spoilering any story and gameplay details and compared it to games I really like, I give this game a chance. Since as said before that I have no knowledge about the Houses and characters, you can decide which House I shall support and whom to marry - if pairing exists what I am assuming it does. I also warn in advance that I am out of practice regarding Fire Emblem, so you might see the one or other move by myself. Since I am bad and out of practice in Fire Emblem I think it is a fair compromise. Also to make this run a bit challenging at least, fallen units will stay dead. I will not reset for any death unless it is connected with a Game Over. So be prepared for a massacre and low-units-run. Nah, I will do my best to not let it happen (all that often). Introduction cutscene A big fight between at least two armies is going on with these guys as their leader: Man attacks the woman....... and this is how it ends: Probably not only for the started fight by him, but we will see later hopefully. Anyways it starts really dark and violent, so (hopefully) a darker FE game? ........ This girl is shown up (looks like a manakete). It looked like to me as if she dreamed the cutscene. Anyways She talks to me (the avatar) and then the avatar selection is coming up. It is up to vote for their gender, this will be continued in the next part.
  3. So there has been little definitive discussion regarding the mechanics of New Game +, specifically what carries over and what's newly available. Wanted to create this quick reference to pitch in what I've discovered so far and help shed some light where possible.Changes:Saint Statues: Right off the bat, the primary difference between a regular playthrough and an NG+ run is that the bonuses you have previously unlocked from upgrading statues are permanent and will carry over. They do not have to be re-purchased using renown, as it has been established that it is not possible to fully upgrade all four in a single playthrough. These upgrades will remain permanent for every subsequent playthrough, and will never have to be re-purchased so long as you are playing on the same File chain. The total amount of Renown required to fully upgrade all 4 statues is 40,000 Renown (10,000 each)The Ability to Purchase Previous Supports: You will have the option of purchasing Supports that you unlocked with characters in previous playthroughs as long as said characters are available to interact with. They are not unlocked by default once purchase, meaning they will need to be re-purchased in every subsequent run. As an example, my Blyeth attained an S-Support with Dorothea on my first run, thus it was possible to immediately purchase Supports from C-S for Dorothea on the first New Game + using Renown. On a second playthrough, if your Blyeth S-Supports a different character, say Edelgard, then on every future NG+ playthrough, both Dorothea and Edelgard will have their C-S Supports immediately available for purchase. The exchange rate for one level of Support is 400 Renown for every level, so one full S-Support is a total of 1600 Renown.The Ability to Immediately Upgrade Professor Level: It takes a total of 4500 Renown to fully upgrade to A+, which will allow Blyeth an immediate 10 Activity Points on each Explore day. It is NOT recommended that you fully upgrade right from the beginning, as doing so will prevent Blyeth from earning Renown from activities that would normally raise their Professor level, such as eating meals.The Ability to Purchase Skill Levels, Combat Arts, and Abilities: These need to have been previously unlocked on a specific character from a previous playthrough in order to be available for purchase, i.e., if a Felix from a previous playthrough attained an A+ Skill Level for Sword (regardless of which of the four routes you recruited him) you will have the option of immediately purchasing an A+ Skill Level as soon as you have Felix in your roster, much like Support. As with Supports, all previously unlocked Skill Levels, Combat Arts, and Abilities on ALL runs will be available on subsequent playthroughs, but the unlock will still be specific to the character (i.e. unlocking a skill for one character on a previous playthrough does not make that skill available for Renown purchase on another in NG+)All Previously Hired Battalions Remain in Inventory: Battalions that you acquired in previous runs will be immediately available in your inventory from the start of NG+. By extension, all battalions you had in your first and second playthrough will be available in your third, and so on. These are availble from the start, and do not need to be re-purchased.Shop Items: All unlocked Shop Items from your first playthrough will be immediately available on every NG+ run. This includes items that are typically stocked in limited quantity, which will still retain their monthly limit. Prices do not change for items, and specific shops (such as the Battalion Shop, Eastern/Western Market, etc.) must still be unlocked with their specific conditions (certain day, completing the relevant quest, etc.)Crests: Upon completion of your first playthrough, several Crest Items will be immediately available in the convoy for use. These have various in-battle abilities for you to use on subsequent runs as long as your character has it in their inventory. The specific crests allocated vary depending on choices made during your previous playthrough, although it is currently uncertain what specifically determines the Crests you are given.Appearance: You will be able to switch each character's outfit from their Student Outfit to Post-Timeskip Outfit. The three main lords also have an additional option of changing their hairstyle, should you so desire.Acquiring Renown:The amounts of Renown rewarded for typical activities are as follows:Quests on Exploration Days in the Monastery: 200-500 depending on questCompleting Battles/Quest Battles if Battle option was selected on Sunday: 100 per Battle if Blyeth is MVP (this does NOT include battles on normal mode that do not require Battle Points and can be infinitely farmed)Completing Monthly Missions: 100 per Mission only if Blyeth is MVPThat's all for now; will update as more is discovered along the way.
  4. Basically what it says on the tin. I am aware that some say that the game does not give you enough time to really make a good decision, but still. Based on what you value in a student-teacher relationship, as well as your own personality, which House would you pick if you were in Byleth’s shoes? As in, a mercenary who would suddenly need to be a teacher? Personally, I would want a relatively easy year if I were Byleth. So, I would go for those most willing to learn. Those are the best students, at least to me. I’d also not want any trouble-makers, no matter how they make trouble. For these reasons, I would actually choose Blue Lions. As Dimitri says, he, Annette, Ingrid, and Ashe seem to fit the description. And I would not see anything wrong with Dedue and Mercedes, either. The only two possible trouble makers here would be Felix and Sylvain. But I can take a sharp tongue to philandering any day. The Black Eagles have three that I think would be big trouble makers: Caspar, Linhardt, and Hubert. Caspar is the loud, muscle-headed dude who would probably pick fights on campus, Linhardt would be sleeping in class, and Hubert would just feel fishy to me. As for those who fit the description of the student I look for, Edelgard and Petra seem to fit. Ferdinand does not seem to have anything going on other than his rivalry with Edelgard and his nobility, and Dorothea and Bernadetta just don’t seem to say anything to me, either. The Golden Deer, on the other hand, would have Claude (he even says he is the embodiment of disrespect, but guy is just unpredictable in general) and Lorenz (arrogance and not shutting up. Claude even says he doesn’t) and maybe Hilda (laziness, as Claude says) as troublemakers and Lysithea and Ignatz as those students I’d want. Though, Leonie is also someone I’d like to have as my student, because of links to Jeralt. Raphael and Marianne do not say much. For me, it would be BL>GD>BE.
  5. Here's something I'm curious about. With something I'm wondering is that who here would prefer them break conventions and have each house be their own thing, as opposed to there being a Revelation-but-better situation where the three lords eventually join forces and you have the force of all the game's playable characters on your side (with "true ending" not necessarily meaning "all sunshine and rainbows ending"). My personal opinion is that I prefer the latter because I have an affinity for "true" endings because I like the closure they provide, and like having all the characters be available, but I'm interested to hear what everyone else thinks. Thoughts?
  6. So, if this counts as role play, move it to that subforum. That said, this is inspired by shenanigans at the “Things That Aren’t Allowed At Garreg Mach” thread. Basically, make a scenario revolving around the Garreg Mach students and faculty chatting on social media like FaceBook and social apps like Discord about whatever (that is not too NSFW). Or just texting. Hey can go on with more than one person or more than one post, or both. I’ll start with an example. (Some Discord PM; pre-timeskip) Caspar: So, Lady Rhea wanted me to apologize to you for fighting you the other day. Felix: Why should you apologize? Capsar: I dunno, I could ask myself the same. You were the one who called me a friendly ghost first. Felix: Just said something on my mind. Fine, I am sorry. Caspar: So am I. Felix: Now leave. I am off to play For Honor. Caspar: Don’t be a coward in duels, Felix. Felix: I said leave.
  7. So out of all the students, if they started in their canon class (like Shamir and Catherine) at level 1 I.E. (and gained the class' bases) but kept their starting skill levels? Edelgard: Armored Lord* Dimitri: High lord* Claude: Wyvern Master* Hubert: Dark Bishop Dorothea: Warlock/Dancer** Ferdinand: Paladin Bernadetta: Sniper Caspar: Warrior Petra: Assassin Lindhardt: Bishop Dedue: Fortress Knight Felix: Swordmaster Mercedes: Bishop Ashe: Sniper Annette: Warlock Sylvain: Paladin Ingrid: Pegasus Knight/Falcon Knight*** Lorenz: Paladin Hilda: Warrior Raphael: Grappler Lysithea: Warlock Ignatz: Sniper Marriane: Bishop Leonie: Paladin Cyril: Wyvern Rider Flayn: Priest (lol) Which would have the best: Early Game? (Note: saying everybody is a non-answer) Mid/late game? Bench? Which would you keep in their class and what one's would you downgrade for skills or sidegrade as soon as advanced classes came up. How would this affect your playstyle and the usefulness of lords (since they lose their base stat advantage on normal students?) Which class benefits the most as prepromotes? If you could take only the students of one class, which would you pick? *As the cutscenes show the lords only in their timeskip outfits and even after their forced reclass into their master classes the cutscenes don't change (even the final cinematics) I'm putting their finals classes as their penultimate unique classes only. **Ingrid's canon class line is the Pegasus one but as I do not generally use her I do not know if she keeps her timeskip design as a Falcon Knight. Since Cyril reverts to default class design as a Wyver Lord, I presume the same is for Ingrid and unless proven otherwise, for purposes of this thread she's a Pegasus Knight. ***Since Dorothea is the only one with a unique Dancer outfit, for the purposes of this thread I'd consider that her canon class but as Warlock also fits the bill you can consider her as starting with either one or both.
  8. Just wondering how old Byleth is in everyone's eyes. While many people don't want to romance students because of the weird social power imbalance, some say the age gap would be weird, so while I think Byleth is in the early twenties, what does everyone else think?
  9. So..I've been looking at characters growth rates and..I'm quite surprised on how abysmal most of his growths are (his ''good growths'' take a 40% and the others are on 10%-30%), specially in Str(20%). I've thought all this time that he was going to be the villager of 3H, meaning that he would get insane growths but bad bases. Does he got a skill similar to Aptitude or something? (Again, like always, keep this free of spoilers or put spoiler tags)
  10. I understand that typos are just a thing that comes with the territory on games this long, but it amuses me that this one exists considering how frequently the message pops up. Anyone else notice a typo that you found amusing?
  11. I've been thinking about Edelgard's Route a lot lately and I had an idea how to improve it. Most people, myself included, have complained that Edelgard's Route is too short with only 18 Chapters and that a huge plot point (the Slither Buddies) are dealt with off-screen in the epilogue, even if there would be four more chapters of leeway to deal with them. Here's how I would add these four Chapters: - Chapter 19: After Rhea is dealt with and Fodlan is united under Edelgard's rule, it is now time to wage war on the Slither Buddies. Since Arianrhod had recently been nuked, the group heads there to investigate the ruins of the place, only to find Cornelia there (in this version of the story, she wasn't killed off-screen prior to the battle with Rhea) with a group of weirdly dressed mages. Here, we find out some of the Slither Buddies' motivation for why they do what they do: they've actually been banished to the underground by the children of the goddess who saw them as a danger (which they were, because the Slither Buddies' ancestors were skilled scientists who weren't opposed to conducting experiments on living beings with no regards as to whether or not they'll survive those experiments). You fight and kill Cornelia in the ruins of Arianrhod and Hubert vows to find out where the hideout of the Slither Buddies is. - Chapter 20: Arundel visits the monastery to talk to Edelgard and subtly threaten her with more nukes, because he is secretly Thales, the leader of the Slither Buddies (which is not revealed yet). He drops a few hints that "something might happen to Fort Merceus" and disappears again, prompting Edelgard and crew to go there. The battle of Fort Merceus plays out as normal, only this time, Arundel is the boss, not the Death Knight. He gloats that Edelgard walked right into his trap, but Hubert counters that this is a calculated risk to get rid of "unsavory elements", namely Arundel himself and he laughs, saying they didn't come unprepared. In that moment, the Death Knight appears as reinforcements for the Imperial Army, backed by a few other Green Units (this is to parallel the Almyran reinforcements on the Golden Deer Route). From there, the battle goes on as you would expect; after a few turns, Arundel flees and the cutscene plays where Fort Merceus gets nuked. Of course, Edelgard and crew miraculously survive the whole ordeal, even though nuclear fallout would have said otherwise in real life, but this is Fire Emblem. Everyone is stunned by the super weapon the Slither Buddies possess and are on the verge of throwing in the towel, but Hubert says that this second nuke drop was a fatal mistake on their part, because he could trace the magical energy back to the source: Shambalah (or however you spell it). After this battle, the Death Knight formally reveals himself as Jeritza and joins your party with insane base stats (because we don't have a Gotoh yet). - Chapter 21: The battle against the Slither Buddies in Shampoo happens as it does in every other route, but a few things are different this time: Arundel finally reveals himself as Thales, having posed as Arundel all these years to manipulate Edelgard into doing his bidding and, being the villain that he is, gloats to her that she fell for his every word. In the same vein, he reveals that it was the Slither Buddies who created the Crests and Relics in order to use their power to kill Those Who Shamble Through The Light and the Children of the Goddess and that the Sword of the Creator was created from the remains of the goddess Sothis and that Nemesis was in fact their pawn in acquiring these things. The battle proceeds as normal, Thales gets his ass kicked by your chosen unit and in a final act of defiance, Thales gloats: "This isn't the end. I have one final ace up my sleeve!" He does the thing with the glowing symbol as in Golden Deer and Church, but instead of nukes dropping from the sky, we get the cutscene of Nemesis and the Ten Elites awakening from their coffins somewhere deep underground. For Edelgard and the gang it looks like nothing happened, though. Thales dies, saying that Fodlan is finished and the group leaves Sha-la-la-land with an uneasy feeling. - Chapter 22: The group learns that Sham-bamba-lamba-bam-bam has collapsed, and that an unknown army has been tearing through the land on the way to the monastery and that the assailant looks strikingly like Nemesis and his Ten Elites from distant past. Byleth visits his parents' grave and decides on a spouse. From here, everything plays out as it does on the Golden Deer Route with your army battling Nemesis and the epic final cutscene, after which your chosen S-support and the ending happen. Of course, this means we must make some adjustments to the other Routes, as well. Here's what I would do: Fuse the Golden Deer and Church Routes together. Have the explanation as to who Byleth actually is and how they were born happen on the new Golden Deer Route, as well as the final battle against the insane Rhea. In order to make this seem less out of left field as it does, we of course need to drop some hints in the story leading up to this point that Rhea's powers might go out of control some day and that she's going bonkers because of it. What do you guys think? Makes sense? Would you play through this version of Edelgard's Route? Discuss away!
  12. So, thanks to the Nintendo Treehouse Live presentation, we know that Byleth can romance the students in this game, though only after the 5-year time-skip to avoid the implications. We also know that this even includes the house leaders, as one of them (jokingly... I think; one is not my strong point) mentioned Dimitri when talking about it. So, which characters, if any, do you want your Byleth to romance, and why?
  13. Be aware that there are possible spoilers: I was on Reddit and saw someone mention that there are four different paths according to a leak, and that you'd have to side with Edelgard to get the final path. I don't know how much I like this, but I also haven't seen any confirmation with a cursory google search. Is this the case or have I been bamboozled?
  14. So, I've been playing Three Houses for about two weeks non-stop, and I got some questions... Spoiler warning for the game here, and also forgive me, if grammar would be bad. English not my main language. After playing Two routs, GD and BE, I kinda get the feeling that the game doesn't like El. No, not because she is a villian. Well... Not all that. My points: - Her route is short. And clunky. I consider it almost a miracle, that i liked it the same as GD route, despite how rushed it was. And it the only one like that. Even Chearh route is longer. - She didn't have a confrontation with Cult. I mean, come on, she has the most connection to them. They tourchered her, and killed off (indirectly) her family. And yet, nothing? Also, Byleth in this route kinda forgets about them. They killed his/her father, and now El sided with them, and he/she doesn't mind? Also, it would made her significantly less evil in the eyes of players, because we would see that she isn't fond of their methods not just on words. - She is only one lord who dies on screen in every possibility. For example, on BE route I let Claude go, and Dima was killed like normal unit. Edelgard? Turn into monster (BL route), gets beaten, and then try to stub Dimitri in the back, like some lowlife traitor, only to get impeled. That's kinda harsh.... And also the reason I still didn't start the BL route. - With other lords, if you chose them, you stay with them. With El you can kill her if you like, and her class stays with you. - Depite being one of the main villians of the game, her motives ain't cleer in other routs, but her's. Thanks to that I'm gonna need to explain to my friends why I fell in love with Daenerys Crestborn. Myeh... - Her face on S-rank art is kinda weird... And all other cheracters get wounderfull artworks. That's all I can think off right now. My point is that despte being one of the most popular cheracters in the game, in game itself she has much less care and love put in her route and image in other routes. Because of that I have to deal with harassment on fact that I willingly S-rank her after GD route. I understand that she is moraly wrong. And I made my choice being aware of that. But the game itself is given the impression that I made the choice it would not be preapered for, starts to panic and throw some half-beaked storyline at me. But maybe it's just me, and my opinion could be wrong. That's why I want to know that other people think about that. Thanks.
  15. So now that the game has been out for a spell and people have gotten to have a couple of play-throughs, I'd like to see some opinions on something: weapons. In general, what has been your mainstay weapons for your units in each weapon category, do you forge at all, if so, which weapons are worth forging? Did you make conservative usage of hero relics (due to the pain required to repair them), or did you spam them out of the gate? For my own play-throughs so far, I've mostly used forged iron weapons as my units main attacking weapon simply due to the low weight, decent durability, and decent might. I've also sprinkled in some of the brave weapons too. Notably, I haven't really used the hero's relics at all (minus the sword of the creator, and accessories that you can equip, like the Aegis Shield.)
  16. So I know it might seem like a stupid answer, but what I really mean is the ability you get when you master a class. I found out that its class specific. For example, I leveled Petra up to max out Theif, but when I change her into a mercenary, her steal ability is gone. So what's the point of maxing out your class? What if I get too many abilities and i wanna trade one out for a new one? Is there a way to keep your abilities, of so how? I know that there are leveling stats the differ based on what class you're in, bit is that it? What's the benefit of mastering out a class? Sorry if this is confusing, it's just that I've never been confused with a class system before xD
  17. Can anybody help me make a good name for my oc? It's a girl Name: help me Age:??? Gender:female Class: assassin Teacher Personality: energetic, Likes wyverns, dislikes horses, a little bit of a trickster Likes: petting Seteth's wyvern, Reptiles, spring days, conversations with linhardt and hanneman, talking to Claude and petting his albino wyvern Dislikes: Edelgard, the empire, those who slither in the dark, Horses, Dimitri falling in battle, and people trying to mess with seteth. Strength: Swords, flying, reason Weakness: riding, bows, armor House: blue lions Relatives: Seteth, flayn, rhea, linhardt, (anyone else I don't know related to seteth) Other: Seteth's brother, you can learn more about her when I roleplay, or by simply messaging me! Please help me find a suitable name! Thanks to Ertrick36 for helping me, the part about the names having origin from Irish was extremely useful!
  18. How do paired endings work in this game? (non-Byleth) Is it the first A support or top person in their close allies? I'm wondering because if its the latter than some of my pairings are seriously screwed, and I've been hearing mixed things.
  19. (Yes, I know..Another Three Houses Topic from me..Well, I can't help it but feel hyped even more after seeing everyone playing!)(Today I even learned that some guys at the Upper Class already have the game..which somehow made me even more excited about this game!) Today's question is a pretty easy one (I guess): How's the Difficulty holding up? (And if it's not much trouble, would you mind naming a second FE with a similar difficulty? That should help a lot) (Like always, no surprise spoilers, please)
  20. Hello everyone! Has anyone found the best way to raise the level of the statues of the saints? I'm not sure if it's better to split the points to get the upgrades in weapons training or maybe invest in a branch to get the extra 5 points in the maximum cap. Is the cap improvement intended for NG+ or is it easy to reach the maximum stats in the first playthrough? I'm playing in hard classic. Thanks in advance!
  21. Hello Everyone! So I do not know if anyone has posted anything towards this exploit/“feature.” About Fire Emblem: Three Houses, but I found (at least in Normal mode, have yet to try this in hard mode.) that the good ol Exp Cheese From Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn is back. This time for Class EXP ONLY! All you need is to level up a character you want to max in class yet not over level a lot, then un-equip their weapon, let a low level unit miss/hit them as they attack, then heal them up when they are low. Don’t know if anyone has brought it up before. Also each map has a 100 turn limit so you can’t do this forever on a single map, yet when you get those free auxiliary battles that don’t use a Battle point, you have the perfect formula to make this work. If anyone can confirm this can also work in Hard Mode that would be appreciated. Have a good time enjoying Three Houses everyone!
  22. Title says it all. I pre ordered Seasons of Warfare from GameStop back in like... February/March. Just now got an email saying my pre order was cancelled. Spent like three hours on the phone with customer service to basically be told “sucks to be you” and not be given any real reason for the cancelation. I’m mostly numb because I expected some kind of bullshit to go down but I was dumb enough to stay on the ship to try and get those pins. I have made quite the tactical error. Anyone else been having issues with their pre orders? I really hope nothing got localized exclusively by the SoW goodies
  23. I made a thread similar to this back when Echoes: Shadows of Valentia was freshly released in the west, so I figure I'd do the same here. So the game has now officially hit street date in the far east (I think as of 5 hours ago or so). Obviously a lot of people still have yet to acquire the game, but I feel between the genuine Aussies who pre-purchased the game, those who live in Japan that purchased the game, those who may have "tricked" the eshop servers into believing they're Aussies/in Japan so that they'd get the game early, and those who got the game early through other means, there are enough people who have the game now to warrant this. Plus, the game will be out in the west in, like, 10 hours, so it'll preempt the flood of people talking about the game. So those who have the game and played it... What are your thoughts on it? What do you like/dislike about the game? What do you think of the supports, the gameplay, or any of the new features? Where are you at as of your posting? If you have any spoilery thoughts, post them in spoiler tags, as this isn't meant to be a predominantly spoiler discussion. If you can, avoid spoiling too much. When answering how far you are in the game, just list a simple chapter or the date that you're currently on. If it's post time-skip, just say that's where you're at; I would like to avoid people talking too much about that, as again this is meant to be a first impressions topic, and I feel if you list a chapter there you could inadvertently reveal the longevity of the game, which I'd count as a spoiler. Oh, and while I'm at it, feel free to say which house you went with, what difficulty you're playing on, what you named your professor, etc. Just as long as you keep the things outside of spoiler tags spoiler-free and it has to do with Three Houses, it should generally be okay here. I don't have the game yet, but I'm curious what those who do have it think. I'll probably post my thoughts tomorrow.
  24. You see, yesterday I bought the most recent entry in the strategy RPG series this site is dedicated to and sat down to play it. But a little while in something halted my progress, and no matter what I do I can't seem to avoid this issue.
  25. A while ago, I heard from Gameinformer that certain enemy units can be recruited... Whether or not they were talking about the students post-timeskip or other units entirely, is what I want to know. For anyone who has played through the whole game, I must ask: Are there unique enemies that can be recruited that aren't the students?
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