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Fire Emblem Three Houses Battalion Guide

Fire Emblem Three Houses Battalion Guide
Battalions are a key item to unlock in Three Houses. This Fire Emblem Three Houses Battalion Guide will walk you through the battalion system including how to unlock it, the different uses and effects of battalions and methods of unlocking rare and more powerful ones.

The Battalion system opens up after you complete a side quest around Chapter 4. Side quests are nearly impossible to miss so you should unlock it by Chapter 5. Once unlocked, you can equip your characters with a battalion. These battalions serve two main purposes. They provide vital stat buffs for your characters and they also come with a special attack, a Gambit attack.

Fire Emblem Three Houses Battalion Guide

A battalion can be equipped on any character as long as the character has the required stat. Each battalion has an Authority requirement. If the battalion is a rank B, you will need a character with Authority B or higher. You can purchase battalions from the store once the feature is unlocked. Battalions can level up, increasing the stat bonuses they provide to the wielder.

You can also unlock several hidden, rare battalion units. These are nearly all exclusively in Paralogue quests, which open up at around Chapter 6. Completing these is one of the best ways of unlocking rarer battalion units.

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