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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Saint Statue Guide: Where To Spend Your Renown Points

As you complete quests, paralogues, and auxiliary battles in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you will earn Renown that can be used to restore the four Saint Statues in Garreg Mach Monastery’s Cathedral.

You will first come across these in the Tending to the Saints quest that you can eventually accept from Flayn, who, dismayed that how poorly maintained they are, will ask you to clear up the rubble near them.

After that simple task has been completed, you can then speak to the Saint Statue Artisan. This will let you spend your Renown points to slowly restore the Saint Statues, which, in turn, will reward you with valuable bonuses that will affect your characters.

You will need to accumulate 10,000 Renown points to completely restore one Saint Statue, but, rather than being forced to save them up, you are free to use them on multiple statues to unlock the different rewards.

It’s worth it too, as, along with stat boosts and the chance to earn bonus experience, you can also unlock more Dragon Pulse uses – which those playing on Classic with permadeath will undoubtedly appreciate.

If that wasn’t enough to convince you, then your efforts to restore the Saint Statues also carries across to New Game Plus.

Saint Cethleann Statue

A statue of Saint Cethleann, one of the Four Saints. It is said that she was a beautiful and kind soul who was beloved by all for her empathy and her ability to heal severe wounds. She is the daughter of Saint Cichol.

  • Lance Skills +1: 200 Renown Points
  • Faith +1: 500 Renown Points
  • Experience +5 percent: 1000 Renown Points
  • Class Experience +1: 2000 Renown Points
  • Divine Pulse +1: 3000 Renown Points
  • Lance Skills +2: 4000 Renown Points
  • Faith +2: 5000 Renown Points
  • Experience +10 percent: 7500 Renown Points
  • Luck and Charisma Max +5: 10000 Renown Points

Saint Cichol Statue

A statue of Saint Cichol, one of the Four Saints. It is said that he was a compassionate yet stern figure whose faith was so true he was able to perform miracles. He is the father of Saint Cethleann.

  • Axe Skills +1: 200 Renown Points
  • Authority +2: 500 Renown Points
  • Experience +5 percent: 1000 Renown Points
  • Flying +2: 2000 Renown Points
  • Divine Pulse +1: 3000 Renown Points
  • Axe Skills +2: 4000 Renown Points
  • Authority +2: 5000 Renown Points
  • Experience +10 percent: 7500 Renown Points
  • Strength and Speed Max +5: 10000 Renown Points

Saint Indech Statue

A statue of Saint Indech, one of the Four Saints. It is said that he was known for his wisdom and dexterity. Though unskilled in the art of human interaction, he used his gifts to help those in need. He was also an indomitable warrior who slew countless foes on countless battlefields.

  • Bow Skills +1: 200 Renown Points
  • Brawling Skills +1: 500 Renown Points
  • Experience +5 percent: 1000 Renown Points
  • Heavy Armor +2: 2000 Renown Points
  • Divine Pulse +1: 3000 Renown Points
  • Bow Skills +2: 4000 Renown Points
  • Brawling Skills +2 5000 Renown Points
  • Experience +10 percent: 7500 Renown Points
  • Defense and Resistance Max +5: 10000 Renown Points

Saint Macuil Statue

A statue of Saint Macuil, one of the Four Saints. It is said that his gift for strategy was unparalleld. He served as the chief tactician of Saint Seiros and was a pioneering figure for and master of the magical arts.

  • Sword Skills +1: 200 Renown Points
  • Reason +1: 500 Renown Points
  • Experience +5 percent: 1000 Renown Points
  • Riding +2: 2000 Renown Points
  • Divine Pulse +1: 3000 Renown Points
  • Sword Skills +2: 4000 Renown Points
  • Reason +2: 5000 Renown Points
  • Experience +10 percent: 7500 Renown Points
  • Magic and Dexterity Max +5: 10000 Renown Points
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