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All positive and negative skill levels in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Learn more about each student's positive and negative skills in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

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In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you’ll be able to help your students focus on which skills they need to work on. Each of your students is going to have some skills that they are naturally efficient in. Skills that they know like the back of their hands. Unfortunately, some skills won’t come to your students quite so naturally. Knowing each of your unit’s positive and negative skill levels will be vital to helping you build out your House and make your students as strong as possible. In this guide, we’ll discuss skill levels, as well as touch on all the positive and negative skill levels for each student in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

All positive and negative skill levels in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Knowing the positive and negative skill levels of your students is important because it allows you to pick and choose how you want to approach increasing those skills. As with any previous title in the series, each student will have a varying skill level in the basic skills of the game (sword, axes, spells, and so on). Typically players will see their students’ skill levels ranging anywhere from E, D, C, B, A, and even S—the highest rank available for skills. The rank of each skill will determine how many abilities and weapon types that unit can use.

All positive and negative skill levels in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

In Fire Emblem: Three Houses you’ll want to focus on the positive skills that your students have as these skills will reward them with bonus experience each time that they complete activities to upgrade them. To make the entire process easier, we’ve included a table of all the students that players will come across in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, as well as included which house they are in, their positive skill levels, and their negative skill levels.

Character Name Positive Skills Negative Skills House
Edelgard Sword, Authority, Axe, Heavy Armor Faith, Bow Black Eagles
Hubert Authority, Reason, Bow Faith, Flying, Axe Black Eagles
Dorethea Reason, Sword Flying, Faith Black Eagles
Ferdinand Lance, Axe, Sword, Riding No known negative skills Black Eagles
Bernadetta Bow, Lance Unarmed, Axe, Heavy Armor, Sword Black Eagles
Caspar Unarmed, Axe Authority, Reason, Bow Black Eagles
Petra Flying, Bow, Axe, Sword Faith, Reason Black Eagles
Linhardt Faith, Reason Unarmed, Axe Black Eagles
Claude Authority, Flying, Sword, Bow Faith, Lance Golden Deer
Lorenz Riding, Reason, Lance Unarmed Golden Deer
Raphael Heavy Armor, Unarmed, Axe Riding, Bow, Reason Golden Deer
Hilda Axe, Lance Authority, Faith Golden Deer
Lysithea Authority, Faith, Reason Lance, Sword, Heavy Armor, Axe Golden Deer
Ignatz Authority, Bow, Sword Flying Golden Deer
Marianne Riding, Flying, Faith, Sword Heavy Armor, Unarmed Golden Deer
Leonie Riding, Bow, Lance No known negative skills Golden Deer
Dimitri Authority, Lance, Sword Reason, Axe Blue Lions
Dedue Unarmed, Heavy Armor, Lance, Axe Flying, Riding, Faith Blue Lions
Felix Unarmed, Bow, Sword Authority, Reason Blue Lions
Ashe Bow, Axe Heavy Armor, Reason Blue Lions
Mercedes Axe, Lance, Sword Faith, Reason Blue Lions
Annette Authority, Reason Unarmed, Axe Blue Lions
Sylvain Riding, Axe, Lance Bow Blue Lions
Ingrid Flying, Riding, Lance Unarmed Blue Lions

Now that you know all of the positive and negative skill levels for the students in each House, make sure you return to our Fire Emblem: Three Houses guide hub for even more help navigating the Officer’s Academy and becoming the best professor in the monastery.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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