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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Tea Guide: Character Likes And Dislikes

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is as much about building support levels with other characters, as much as it is commanding your house on the battlefield.

While returning Lost Items and handing out Gifts will reward you with support points, another method is Tea Parties. This is where you can invite someone in your house for tea, or, if your support level is high enough, those not in your house.

Tea Parties are another chance for you to bond with other characters and uses up an Activity Point whenever you choose to explore Garreg Mach Monastery in your downtime. If you prove to be a good host, the Charm stats of Byleth and your selected guest will also increase.

The problem is, the explanation of this gameplay element isn’t particularly detailed which has left many wondering what exactly they need to do to succeed.

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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Tea For Two Quest

Firstly, you will need to unlock the Invite to Tea option. The earliest that this can happen is in Month 2: Blue Sea Moon, where you can accept the Tea For Two quest from Ferdinand at the Stable.

After making a “dreadful mistake,” he has ended up with two of the same tea set. He, therefore, hands you the Elegant Tea Set and asks that you find a tea aficionado who is worthy of it.

The character that you need to deliver it to is Lorenz, who, after locating him standing near the Fishing Pond, you can hand over the Elegant Tea Set as a Gift. This will complete the Tea For Two quest, and unlock the chance for you to invite characters to a Tea Party.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Tea Party Tips

Regardless of which character you choose to Invite For Tea, you will find yourself in a scenic location in Garreg Mach Monastery’s gardens.

After selecting which tea you will like to use and offering it to your guest, there will be three instances in which you will have to choose between three topics of conversation.

Your goal is to pick conversation topics that you think your guests will like, and, if they are enjoying themselves, they may introduce their own topics.

If you manage to receive a positive reaction to the three conversation topics that you select, you will be given the chance to choose a fourth topic. Make the right choice here and you will score a ‘Perfect,’ rewarding both characters with +1 Charisma.

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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Tea Time Topics

The hardest part is selecting the right topics, as, more often than not, making the correct choice can feel obscure. The easiest way to explain how to make your decision is to think about the character that you are interacting with.

For example, Sylvain – as Fire Emblem’s own Casanova – will be more than interested in talking about any romance-orientated topics, whereas the cold-hearted Hubert will not want to strike up a conversation about fashion.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Likes And Dislikes

The best topics will be hinted at in all areas of the game, whether that be Paralogues, support conversations, or your interactions with characters as you wander around Garreg Mach Monastery.

From these, you will soon start to learn a character’s Likes and Dislikes. But, what use would a guide be if we didn’t try to help gather up what everyone has jotted down so far?

In short, you will want to look for positive topics (Likes) that a character will want to discuss with you, and avoid those that they don’t (Dislikes).

Alois
Likes: Family, Flowers, Jokes, Knights, and Sweets.
Dislikes: Ghosts, Spicy Food, and Traveling By Sea.

Annette
Likes: Dancing, Dressing Up, Early Morning Walks, and Washing Clothes.
Dislikes: Coffee, Dark Places, Dirtiness, Laziness, and Places That Are Hard To Clean.

Ashe
Likes: Stories About Chivalry, Sweets, Taking Care Of Children, Travel, and Violets.
Dislikes: Confined Spaces, Deceit, Ghosts, and Violence.

Bernadetta
Likes: Being Alone, Drawing, Embroidery, Music, Reading, and Stuffed Animals.
Dislikes: Imposing People, Overbearing Fathers, and Talking To People.

Caspar
Likes: Defeating Evil, and Fighting.
Dislikes: Inequity, Liars, Rain, and Time-Wasting.

Claude
Likes: Archery, Curious Topics, Feasts, and Horse Riding.
Dislikes: Being Bound By Common Sense, Blind Faith In The Gods, and Leaving Things To Chance.

Dedue
Likes: Arts, Embroidery, Flowers, and Gardening.
Dislikes: Bothering Dimitri.

Dorothea
Likes: Acting, Animals, Decorations, Music, and Singing.
Dislikes: Conceited Nobles, and Herself.

Dimitri
Likes: Battle Training, Physical Training, Riding, and Weapons.
Dislikes: Heat, Selfishness, and Weak Objects.

Edelgard
Likes: Debate, History, and Talented People.
Dislikes: Chains, Crests, Losing Control, Old-Fashioned Values, and Rats.

Felix
Likes: Combat, High-Quality Weapons, Hunting, Meat, and Spicy Food.
Dislikes: Chivalry, His Father, Light-Heartedness, and Sweets.

Ferdinand
Likes: Horse Riding, Justice, Nobility, and Tea.
Dislikes: Ignoble Nobles, and Laziness.

Flayn
Likes: Forget-Me-Nots, Learning New Things, Making Friends, and Talking About Love.
Dislikes: Seteth’s Over-Protection, and Sleeping Too Much.

Hanneman
Likes: Food Cooked By Others, Handkerchiefs, and Neat and Tidy Workplaces.
Dislikes: Cooking Himself, Corruption, Politics, and Untidiness.

Hilda
Likes: Dancing, Fashion, Flowers, and Singing.
Dislikes: Being Tired, Extreme Weather, Putting In Effort, and Responsibilities.

Hubert
Likes: Intelligence, Protecting Edelgard, and Tactics and Strategy.
Dislikes: Clumsiness, Gambling, Heights, People Who Bother Edelgard, and The Church of Seiros.

Ignatz
Likes: Art, Faraway Lands, Flowers, Landscapes, Peace, the Four Saints, and the Goddess.
Dislikes: Lightning, Stressful situations, and Those Who Dislike Art.

Ingrid
Likes: Chivalry, Food, Horses, Knights, and Meat.
Dislikes: Hunger, Lavishness, and People From Duscur.

Leonie
Likes: Competition, Gardening, Hunting, Jeralt, Military Arts, and Reusing Old Things.
Dislikes: Debt, Decadence, Defeat, and Poisonous Creatures.

Linhardt
Likes: Fishing, Freedom, Naps, Reading, Sleeping, and Sweets.
Dislikes: Blood, Duty, Fighting, Politics, and Weapons.

Lorenz
Likes: Art, Nobility, Red Roses, and Tea.
Dislikes: Bad Smells, Coffee, Filth, Injustice, and Vulgarity.

Lysithea
Likes: Cute things, Lilies, and Sweets.
Dislikes: Being Perceived As A Child, Bitter Food, Ghosts, and Hard Work.

Manuela
Likes: Cooking, Dancing, Needlework, Refreshing Drinks, and Singing.
Dislikes: Bullies, Cleaning, and Tidying.

Marianne
Likes: Birds, Flowers, Reading, and the Goddess.
Dislikes: Cleaning up, Crests, and Herself.

Mercedes
Likes: Baking, and Praying.
Dislikes: Exercising, and Spicy Food.

Petra
Likes: Climbing Trees, Family, Ocean Swimming, Sunshine, and The Brigid Islands.
Dislikes: Discrimination, Idling, and Math.

Raphael
Likes: His Younger Sister, Muscles, Protein, and Training.
Dislikes: Books, Leftover Food, and Studying.

Shamir
Likes: Archery, Gambling, Paychecks, and Thrown Weapons.
Dislikes: Centipedes, Smooth-Talking People, and Spiders.

Seteth
Likes: Diligence, Fishing, Flayn, and The Church of Seiros.
Dislikes: Those Who Dislike Flayn, and Those Who Dislike The Church of Seiros.

Sylvain
Likes: Board Games, Lively Places, and Women.
Dislikes: Excessive Heat, Jealousy, and Messy Places.

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