If you’ve played a Fire Emblem game before, you’re no doubt familiar with the series’ Support Systems. That system once again returns in Fire Emblem Three Houses, and while many of its features are still the same, there are new ways for building your unit’s Support relationships. So here’s how to share meals in Fire Emblem Three Houses.
Sharing Meals in Fire Emblem Three Houses
In Fire Emblem Three Houses, you assume the role of a professor at Garreg Mach Monastery, and part of that job involves bonding with and guiding your students. One way to do that is by sharing meals in the Dining Hall, which provide a couple of different bonuses.
If you want to share a meal, first head to the Dining Hall and talk to the chef to see Today’s Special as well as a full menu of meals you can craft. Of course, you’ll need to have the ingredients in order to craft a meal, which can mostly be gained by fishing and gardening.
After you’ve chosen which meal you want to make, the game will ask you to pick up to two students to share the meal with. You can, of course, just share the meal with one if you’re so inclined.
When you’re picking students, make sure you pick ones that have a blue upward pointing arrow next to their name, as this means that they’ll enjoy the meal and get better benefits from it.
The meal will take up one of your activity points, and will raise the selected student’s motivation level and support rank. It’s probably not something you’ll want to use every day, but keep the option in mind.
That covers everything you need to know about how to share meals in Fire Emblem Three Houses. For even more tips and info make sure to search Twinfinite, or you can check out our Fire Emblem Three Houses guide wiki.