Plan Out Your Character Development Paths Early
Fire Emblem Three Houses Tips & Tricks
Once you pick your House in Fire Emblem Three Houses, it’s a good idea to flip through your roster and take a look at the stats of each student.
Next, you’ll want to look at the Advanced and Master Classes available in the game. These won’t be unlocked until you hit levels 20 and 30 respectively, but it’s still a good idea to check out each class and make a note of what their stat requirements are.
This way, you can start to get an idea of how you want each unit to develop by the time they hit level 20, and passing the Certification exams to unlock your desired Advanced and Master Classes will be a cinch.
And how exactly do you know which class will suit which character? It’s pretty easy. You’ll want to look at their individual stats, not their skill levels, and see which ones they excel in.
Units with high flying or riding stats will make good mounted units, and from there, it’s a matter of deciding which weapon type you want them to specialize in, and choose the appropriate mounted class from there.
You’ll also want to keep Budding Talents in mind. When looking at a unit’s skill proficiency, you might see stars next to a particular skill, which means they have a hidden talent waiting to be unearthed if you level it up enough.
For instance, a unit might seem very magic-focused at first; but if they have a Budding Talent for the sword skill, you can focus on leveling their sword proficiency to unlock a permanent buff for that unit.