There are several different ways that you’ll be able to build up your support relationship and friendship with the various characters in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. One of the most effective, though, is to invite different students out to a Tea Time tea party, where you’ll be able to interact with them one on one. In order to make these tea parties successful, you’re going to need to know what each character likes, as well as what answers to use during the conversation with them. In this guide, we’ll break down the answers that you need to know and lay them out plainly so that you know exactly how to succeed at your next tea time party.
Before we get started, it is worth noting that this guide will be a constant work in progress. There are quite a few characters in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and inviting them all to tea parties will take time. We’ll continue to update this guide with new information as we obtain it, so make sure you check back often for the most up-to-date answers and info.
How to start a tea party
If you want to take part in the tea parties, then you’re going to need to first unlock the ability to invite students to tea during your free days. During the early chapters of the game, you’ll be given a mission during your exploration of the monastery to offer up a tea set to one of the students. If you complete this mission, you’ll automatically unlock the option to invite other characters to tea. After being given the tea set, locate and talk with Lorenz, from the Golden Deer House. That will complete the mission and allow you to start inviting others out to Tea Time. Keep in mind that inviting students will cost one of your Activity Points for the day, so make sure you have plenty before starting up the process.
All Tea Time answers in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Now that you know how to invite students to Tea Time, we need to start talking about the answers that you will need to know to pull off each interaction. Keep in mind that you can invite any of the students in Fire Emblem: Three Houses to come take part in a tea party, so venture out and start making friends now.
To make the list easy to follow, we’ve broken down each character’s liked conversation topics, as well as included any additional information about the end topics, as well as their favorite tea if we were able to figure that out.
- Conversation topics: Our first meeting, capable comrades, and Fodlan’s future.
- Conversation topics: A dinner invitation, methods for growing taller, past laughs, someone you look up to, and food.
- Conversation topics: I’m counting on you, overcoming weaknesses, and monastery security.
- End topic: Nod.
- Conversation topics: knights, potential training partners, thanks for everything…, cute monks, things you find romantic.
- End topic: Blush.
- Conversation topics: Equipment upkeep, working hours for guards, and a strong battalion.
- End topic: Not laugh.
- Conversation topics: Equipment upkeep, past laughs, I’m counting on you.
- Conversation topics: Shareable snacks, things that bother you.
- Conversation topics: Shareable snacks, a place you’d like to visit.
- Conversation topics: Cats, the art of napping, gifts you’d like to receive.
- Conversation topics: Potential training partners, Fodland’s future, plans for the future, evaluating allies, heart-racing memories, dining partners.
- Conversation topics: You seem well, first crushes.
- Conversation topics: First crushes, dinner invitation, dreamy knights, things you find romantic.
- End topic: Nod.
- Favorite tea: Albinean Berry Blend
- Conversation topics: Dreamy knights, perfect recipes, the library’s collection.
- Conversation topics: Monastery mysteries, monastery rules, successful plots.
- Conversation topics: Working together, places you like to visit, you’re doing great work, classes you might enjoy, monastery mysteries, the last battle…
- Conversation topics: First crushes, favorite sweets, potential training partners.
- Conversation topics: Children at the market, tell me about yourself, the existence of Crests, strange fish in the pond, monastery rules, monastery mysteries, overcoming weaknesses.
- End topic: Praise.
- Conversation topics: Reliable allies, equipment upkeep.
Conversation topics: A strong battalion, reliable allies, you seem well.
- Conversation topics: Past laughs, relaxing at the sauna, heart racing memories, gifts you’d like to receive.
- Favorite tea: Mint tea.
- Conversation topics: A strong battalion, swimming in the ocean, someone you look up to, potential training partners, tell me about yourself.
We’re still working on completing all of the tea party events, so keep an eye out for updates. We’d also like to say a big thanks to our friends at AllGamers for helping us fill in a few of the gaps in our list.
Now that you know how to successfully complete all of the Tea Time interactions in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you should be sure to check out some of our other handy guides, like our article on the max level cap, or even our guide on how to get all Hero Relic weapons.