This is a guide to Luck, one of the stats of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Here we will explain how this stat works, how it affects your units, and how you can use it to optimize your army.
Luck is one of the eight main stats. It plays a role in upping the critical hit rate gained in battles. You can determine a unit's critical hit rate by looking at the 'Crit' stat displayed when selecting a unit to attack.
As you can see, the same character attacking the same unit has a higher crit after using a Goddess Icon to add +4 Luck.
Hilda's crit rate at 23 Luck
Hilda's crit rate at 27 Luck
You can increase Luck of some units by levelling up, using items, or equipping abilities.
Whenever a character levels up, some of their stat increase. However, this is cannot be controlled, and you cannot choose to make them increase this skill, unlike the other two options.
You can equip a Goddess Ring to increase a character's luck, or use a Goddess Icon or Miracle Bean to permanently increase their luck.
|Item||Luck Bonus||How to Obtain|
|Goddess Ring||+4||Rumored Nuptials Paralogue, Anna's Secret Shop|
Anna's Secret Shop
Certain Abilities increase a character's Luck when equipped. For example, a House Leader's Pomp and Circumstance ability adds +5 Luck and Charm when equipped. To learn how to equip abilities, don't forget to check out our page on How To Learn and Equip Abilities!
When some units level up their Authority skill, they gain the ability to rally other units, boosting their stats temporarily. Luck is one of the possible boosts provided by Rally.
Luck stacks with Dexterity to increase a unit's crit rate. While it isn't recommended to focus on it solely for the crit rate because Dexterity does the same thing while increasing hit chance as well, if you have spare Luck items, you can use them to further improve high Dexterity character's crit rate.
On normal difficulty, enemies do not land critical hits on you. On higher difficulties, they enemies can possibly kill your units instantly if they land a critical. This makes luck all the more valuable in higher difficulties, especially in Classic Mode when units don't come back.
|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||Lecture Guide | How to Instruct|
|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?|
|Where to Get Advanced Seals||-|
|Maddening Tips and Guide||Best Characters for Maddening|
|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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