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This is a guide to weight, one of the ambiguous mechanics of Fire Emblem Three Houses (FE3H). We will explain how weight works and how it affects your units, as well as how you can properly manage your units and equip them to maximize their potential.
Equipping an armor with 3 weight reduces the unit's Attack Speed and Evasion by 3 as well. This proves the theory that 1 weight = 1 Evasion and Attack Speed.
Weight reduces the amount of Attack Speed your unit has. Attack Speed is a variable that determines which unit gets to Attack twice in a single round of combat. But some variables are taken into consideration when finalizing the unit's attack speed. For more information about the Attack Speed Formula, see the link below.
Armor usually provides protection. But armor also provides weight, which in turn, reduces a unit's Evasion. It is wise to not encumber high Evasion units like assassins with weighty equipment, to maximize their avoid stat. Weight reduces evasion at a rate of 1 weight = - 1 Avoid.
Learning Heavy armor classes often provides weight reduction abilities. These are extremely useful to learn for Speedy units, and it is often worth it to invest some time in them learning a heavy armor class.
Heavy armor classes have low Speed, but in return, a high defense stat. They also come with a natural weight reduction ability in their class to avoid getting double Attacked by enemies.
|Stats and Game Mechanics|
|What Does Luck Do?||What Does Dexterity Do?|
|What Does Weight Do?||What Does Charm Do?|
|What Does Authority Do?||What Does Speed Do?|
|The Attack Speed Formula||How To Learn and Equip Abilities|
|Recruitment Guide||Classes That Can Use Magic|
|List of Unique Classes||Best Classes for Each Character|
|What Happens When Someone Dies?||How to Change Outfits|
|How to Beat Demonic Beasts||How to Beat the Death Knight|
|Gambit Guide||Training Weapons or Iron Weapons?|
|How Do Linked Attacks Work?||How to Use Divine Pulse|
|How to Use Auto Battle||List of Terrains|
|How to Open Doors and Chests||-|
|Building your Army|
|Best Characters to Recruit||What Are Adjutants?|
|How to Repair Weapons||Are Rusted Weapons Worth Forging?|
|Where to Get Umbral Steel||What is Renown?|
|What Carries Over To New Game Plus?||How Long Does It Take To Beat FE3H?|
|Difficulty Levels and Differences||Is There a Weapon Triangle?|
|Which House Should You Pick?||-|
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