This is a guide to the New Game+ Mode in Fire Emblem: Three House (FE3H). Read on to learn what FE3H's New Game+ is, what are the new features, what is carried over in New Game+, and why you should use it!
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New Game+ is an option available to you after completing the story of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It allows you to play the game with options that reduce grinding by giving you back your upgrades and levels from the last save.
When you start a New Game with a finished save slot, it will prompt you to start a New Game+ save. You can opt out by answering No if you want to start from scratch.
You will get a save file that says Cleared-Save Data. When you try to load it using the Continue option from the main menu, it will ask if you want to start a New Game+ save.
You can regain previous levels on various aspects by using Renown. To learn how to get renown, check out our guide on Renown down below.
What is Renown?
You can spend renown to regain professor levels. You can only regain up to the max professor level you had in your previous game. Having this early allows you to maximize the usage of facilities in early game.
You can spend renown to regain your character's support level with other characters. This applies to everyone in Garreg Mach, meaning you can upgrade your support rank with students from different houses. This is useful, especially if they're from a different house than the one you're currently playing as and you want to recruit them.
Note that you can only regain up to the support level you had with them in your previous game, and there is no way to be able to use renown to increase one character's support level with another. This means that support amongst students does not carry over.
You can spend renown to level up any character's skill level up to the level they had in the previous game. This is particularly useful for multiclassing units in new games. Ever wanted to have your Felix to be a Mortal Savant, but only focused on his sword skill last game? Increase his sword skill with renown and focus on increasing his reason!
If one of your units mastered a class in a previous game, you can spend renown to let them regain that mastery, along with the corresponding skills. Do note, however, that this does not unlock this class for use. It only means that they are max level at the class whenever they do get around to equipping it.
You can get items unique to New Game+ at the cost of renown. These include Crest Items, which give whoever equips them the corresponding crest.
Some parts of your old game get transferred to your New Game+ as they are.
Any upgrades from Saint Statues from the original save remain in New Game+, meaning you start with whatever experience bonus, skill learning bonus, or additional Divine Pulse charges that you had from statues last game.
You keep all of your battalions at the same level they were at in your original saved game.
New Game+ gives your House Leaders a secondary option for hair in the customization menu.
If you want, you can set your students' outfits to be their post-timeskip look, having them go to their classes looking like grizzled war veterans in New Game+. You can set this where you set their usual outfits in the customization menu.
The following aspects of New Game+ contribute to FE3H's replayability.
Are you interested in seeing the story from the Blue Lion's point of view, but can't bear to go against Bernadetta because you loved her in your original playthrough? Just buy her support to B and recruit her! You can also use this to see your favorite character's different supports with other people who were outside your faction.
Ever been curious what would happen if you made your character a Faith-based character, or you want to make Dedue a grappler instead of a fortress knight, or you want to make Bernadetta a bow knight instead of a simple sniper? You can up their skills so that you only have to focus on one or two others to get them to the class you want, allowing for a ton of reclass options.
If you already have a high professor level, with additional experience gain from statues, it removes a lot of the grind needed to be effective, and allows you to play the game how you want from the start.
|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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