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Fire Emblem Three Houses: How to Host a Tea Party

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Fire Emblem Three Houses: How to Host a Tea Party

Each game in the Fire Emblem series puts more and more of an emphasis on Support Links and Support Conversations, and that’s the case in Fire Emblem Three Houses. The game gives you a ton of different options for interacting with your students. Believe it or not, one of those options is a tea party, so here’s how to host a tea party in Fire Emblem Three Houses.

How to Host a Tea Party in Fire Emblem Three Houses

Your first step is to complete the Tea For Two side quest from Ferdinand, which requires you to give his tea set to Lorenz; it’s pretty simple.

Once you’ve completed that, you can talk to a student at any time and invite them to a tea party. Of course, you’ll need tea leaves in order to host one, which you can easily obtain through gardening.

Once you’ve invited a student and kicked off the tea party, you’ll have three chances to make conversation with them, and will need to choose the responses that will keep them interested in the conversation.

Be careful about the topics you pick, as two wrong answers in a row will make your student leave, and clearly not be impressed with you. On the other hand, if you get all three choices correct you’ll move on to a final interaction with the student where they’ll say something, and you need to choose the correct response.

Pick the right response and you’ll get Perfect Tea Time, good job. This lets you spend all the time you might want with your selected student, and even rotate the camera to look at them from different angles, if that’s something you feel like you want to do.

Simply completing tea time will boost your support link with the student, whether it’s perfect or not.

Other Ways to Boost Your Support Links

While Tea Time is a fun way to boost your support links, there are plenty of other ways to do it as well. The first, and most obvious is to simply have characters fight on tiles next to each other in battles.

The other ways include sharing meals in the Dining Hall, doing activities together like Choir Practice, offering praise during lectures, giving students gifts, answering correctly when you read Advice Notes, and returning lost items to the rightful owner.

That’s everything you need to know about how to host a tea party in Fire Emblem Three Houses. For even more tips and info make sure to search Twinfinite, or you can take a glance at our extensive Fire Emblem Three Houses guide wiki.

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