This is a guide to Speed, one of the stats of Fire Emblem: Three Houses (FE3H). Here we will explain how this stat works, how to raise your speed, and how it leads to gaining follow-up attacks.
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Equipping a weapon with 3 more weight than the original increases the Attack speed and Avoidance of the unit by 3 as well.
Speed's tooltip clearly states that Speed affects avoid rate. The higher the speed stat of your unit, the more attacks they can avoid.
This is not stated outright in the game, the higher your speed, the higher your attack speed is. A longer explanation can be seen in the page below.
Attack speed indicates which units get to attack twice in a single turn. This can easily be seen by preparing the attack command against enemies. Another way to check is by checking the stats of your character and the enemy. If your attack speed is 5 or more higher than the enemy's, you get to attack twice.
Having heavy equipment also burdens the unit. In turn, equipping a lighter weapon such as Iron or Training weapons will make your unit lighter. For more information about weight, see the link below.
What Does Weight Do?
A Speed Ring provides a flat 2 bonus to your unit's speed. This can be a lifesaver against fast enemies or just the extra stat you need to land a double hit against a vulnerable enemy.
A speed carrot is a stat-boosting item in the game. Using a Speed Carrot raises the unit's speed by 1 permanently . Make sure to use these valuable items properly.
|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?|
|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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