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Fire Emblem Three Houses Rusted Weapons Guide

Fire Emblem Three Houses Rusted Weapons Guide
Rusted Weapons have huge potential in Three Houses. This Fire Emblem Three Houses Rusted Weapons Guide explains a subtle difference between the different types of Rusted Weapons that you can find, with some hiding some of the games most powerful weapons.

There are many powerful weapons in Three Houses, some of which require special crests to activate latent abilities. However, there are equally powerful weapons that are far more accessible to all classes and characters. Rusted Weapons are a drop found during story battles, missions, paralogues, wherever there’s a fight, there’s a decent chance you may find a Rusted Weapon is a drop – especially in the latter stages of the game.

Fire Emblem Three Houses Rusted Weapons Guide

Fire Emblem Three Houses Rusted Weapons Guide
Most of these Rusted Weapons are simple. They are used to Forge weapons in to the Silver variety of that weapon type. Silver is the best stuff you can hope to find commonly, making it a solid base of equipment for your characters.

When you find a Rusted Weapon, don’t simply discard it or sell it. Use the X button to highlight the item for additional information. Some of the Rusted Weapons can be crafted into incredibly powerful weapons. As you can see above, I have two Rusted Bow items. Both look identical but, if you look a little closer at the description, this particular Rusted Bow can be crafted into Parthia.

These weapons usually require maximum professor level (A+) and rare materials and metals, but it’s well worth the investment.

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