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Fire Emblem Three Houses Tea Party Guide

Fire Emblem Three Houses Tea Party Guide
Tea Parties are special events in Three Houses. This Fire Emblem Three Houses Tea Party Guide explains how to get better results in tea parties including the different conversational choices you can make and how better to gauge the interests of your guest.

After a certain part of the story, you unlock the ability to host a Tea Party. Much like giving flowers, on a characters birthday you can invite them to a Tea Party. As long as you answer at least two questions correctly, it’s always more beneficial than flowers – in terms of building Support with that character.

Fire Emblem Three Houses Tea Party Guide

The first choice you have is the type of tea you want to offer your guest. There are a LOT of tea variations so it’s very difficult to nail the right tea on the first attempt but use what you know about their personality to help. For example, Dedue is very steadfast and strong and is rather fond of Ginger Tea for its spicy kick.

After you offer your guest some tea, you’ll have to successfully answer a number of questions. The greater the successes, the greater the reward. Again, this is all very much depending on the guests personal likes and dislikes. Check out our Three Houses Likes/Dislikes guide for more details on character personalities.

If you successfully answer all questions a further mini-game opens where you can inspect the character more closely. Be sure to look at different parts of the characters as it prompts further conversation and more Support increases.

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