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Fire Emblem Three Houses Motivation Guide

Fire Emblem Three Houses Motivation Guide
Motivation is very important for building strong characters in Three Houses. This Fire Emblem Three Houses Motivation Guide explains how to get the most out of different activities to ensure your students are at maximum motivation whenever a teaching opportunity comes your way.

Motivation represents your students ability to be taught. Each time you attempt to teach a student, it will cost 25 Motivation. Motivation ranges from 0 to 100, with 100 being the ideal level before every lecture. When you are participating in activities and events, Motivation is marked by a face. The grim blue face is 0 Motivation, orange is 25, yellow is 50, green is 75-100.

Fire Emblem Three Houses Motivation Guide

At the start of the game, you only have enough points to teach a few students each lesson. As such, you will usually find enough students with maximum Motivation to spend your teaching points. However, as you level, you will need your entire class to have maximum motivation.

When you are doing events, try not to waste the participant slots on students who already have maximum motivation. For example, if you sit down to eat with two students, don’t pick two students with 100 Motivation, pick those that need a boost.

Another fantastic method of increasing Motivation, that doesn’t require teacher points, is to give gifts. Check out our gift giving guide for the best gifts for each person.

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