Fire Emblem: Three Houses revolves around the titular Blue Lions, Golden Deer, and Black Eagles houses, in addition to the Garreg Mach Monastery of the Church of Seiros where they reside. One of the three houses, the Black Eagles house, is led by the mighty Edelgard. I’ve played through all four routes of Three Houses, and Edelgard […]
One of the biggest draws of Three Houses is the three separate routes that players have access to. The multi-route system opened the door for more characters than usual in a Fire Emblem game. Three Houses also added the ability to recruit allies to their current house, allowing them almost always to use their favorites from prior playthroughs.
The right-hand man of the Church of Seiros, Seteth, is a playable character in almost every route of Three Houses. His Crest is the Major Crest of Saint Cichol. As someone who used Setheth actively in almost every playthrough possible, I have had a great experience with him and his younger sister Flayn. Seteth is
The world of Fire Emblem: Three Houses is home to all sorts of fantastic students for Professor Byleth to teach and look after. However, one of the absolute best students the player can have to join them is a character that doesn’t start as a student at all: Flayn. She is one of my favorite Fire Emblem:
Lysithea is possibly my favorite character in Fire Emblem, next to Dimitri. She’s the only 5-star exclusive character I have a +10 copy of in Heroes and the only student character aside from Flayn I consistently used in my party for every Three Houses playthrough. One of the reasons I grew to appreciate the character so much was thanks to the
One of the most interesting parts of Fire Emblem Fates is that the series of games gives three very different perspectives on every member of the main cast. Fire Emblem is a game that allows the player to get close to, and even marry, the various NPCs that they ally themselves with. However, just like its