Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the first full-fledged Fire Emblem game released on Nintendo Switch and in the triumphant homecoming of the series Consoles has changed it considerably. This is not the same strategy role-playing game we've seen in the past. Your decisions and your relationships with the students in Garegg Mach Monastery are in the foreground. It still contains many classic Fire Emblem elements, including turn-based battles and a variety of classes, but even seasoned players will have some new things to learn.
Choosing a House in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Like the Game The Name Recalls Fire Emblem: Three Houses revolves around three separate houses by students of the Garegg Mach Monastery – Golden Deer , Black Eagles and Blue Lions are each led by another nobleman from different regions of the continent led by Fódlan. Each house specializes in specific areas, which you should consider when choosing the house you want to run. You can recruit students in other houses, but this is a bit labor intensive.
Blue Lions: The Blue Lions, led by Prince Dimitri, are also a great choice for those who are unfamiliar with the Fire Emblem series than those who would like to experience their fight first-hand. The house focuses on knight classes that are characterized by sword and lance battles, making it ideal for those who want to maintain a strong cavalry.
Black Eagles: Led by Princess Edelgard, the Black Eagles are a great choice for those who want to do damage to magical users. Since many early opponents make melee attacks, this can be a difficult class at first. However, as you improve your students and progress in class, you can easily eliminate heavily armored targets.
Golden Deer: The gold deer are led by Claude and are characterized by long-range combat. Claude himself is a seasoned archer and you will be able to use a few other magical bearers as well as some other bow-leading characters. You can also quickly upgrade the defense skills of certain students so they carry the brunt of the attacks when you shoot arrows from behind.