Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes


If you don’t upgrade your facilities, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes can be much more difficult than necessary.

Before a long time, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes throws several important structures at called players facilities and introduces full-fledged upgrade systems for all. Barely decorative, each of these facilities serves an important purpose in your overall strategy. Whether it’s upgrading your weapons and attachments, instilling new tactics in your troops, or feasting on great food after a hard day’s training, you’ll want every facility to reach its maximum potential, so that your units can do the same.


Related:Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes – Tips For BeginnersThis process can seem overwhelming at first. Many upgrades require significant supplies, many of which are not available for some time. Our guide will tell you when and how you should focus on upgrading each facility, as well as a general overview of what each location brings to the (war) table.

training ground

  • Don’t be fooled by the relative simplicity of the training ground. If you start updating the training ground early enough, you can have Advanced Seals and be able to use them by the mid-chapters of the first part.
  • Upgrading everyone’s classes with Intermediate Seals should be your first priority here.
  • Raising a character’s class to a higher rank is one of the game’s most notable ways to gain power. Focus on unlocking Advanced Exams when you can and Master Seals later.
  • Note that, as is the case with most facility upgrade pricing in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, it can be a little frustrating to get excited about this only to realize that you will need a some time before having access to the required materials. It’s normal, so don’t let it get you down!

Supply Depot

  • Focus first and foremost on reducing the cost of Forging stones necessary to obtain valuable materials.
  • Conversely, reduce the number of Smithing Stones each special item inherently costs, and you’ll effectively double the overall cost-effectiveness.
  • The Supply Depot will provide you with the items needed to build up other facilities. In other words, if there’s one “best” facility to upgrade to, it’s this one, because it’ll broaden your horizons everywhere else.


  • You’re going to want to focus on upgrading the blacksmith so he can forge and repair increasingly high-end weapons. This will require second tier rare materials followed by third link
  • At first, none of this will be available for leveling, as Three Hopes releases new forms of material resources at set intervals. Don’t let it get to you.
  • Unlock the ability to reforge items as soon as possible. You can reforge weapons that have been upgraded ten times. This is not as daunting a task as it seems, as multiple upgrades can be done at once. The power (attack strength) of any weapon really blossoms into something deep with the forge option.
  • Outside the training ground, we insist on upgrading him as soon as possible.

Battalion Guild

  • You can probably get away with not prioritizing Battalion Guild for a while, especially since many purchasable Battalion Tiers can be on-rivalled.
  • When you to begin with, disinterested above all in the battalions. It’s not that they aren’t useful, and the prices aren’t off-putting. But it’s best to focus on more immediate content.
  • Once the battalion’s guild has been upgraded enough, consider buying a higher rank group for each member of the group that doesn’t already have one. Bonuses can be wonderful.

Leisure district

  • The recreation district can be broadly divided into two, which is the taskmaster and the To cook. Better ingredients become available over timee throughout the campaign.
  • Chores stay fairly constant, and they’re a hell of a way to boost unit morale. Raising Support Ranks gets easier and easier with successive upgrades.
  • Keep the recreation district updated, although our advice is to focus more on the training ground, blacksmith and tactical academy.

Tactical Academy

  • At first glance, the Tactics Academy might seem like the kind of place where you can unlock a few more options for commanding your units. Nothing special. But in fact, this is where huge changes can be made to the gameplay of your units, such as additional special attack bars and faster awakening gauges.
  • Two characters at level 30, for example, with identical base stats, will be remarkably unequal if one has taken the fully upgraded “lessons” of the Tactics Academy and the other has not. We consider this vital for higher difficulties.


  • As you might expect, this is where you’ll buy typical items. Given the way Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes is designed, the bulk of these items will consist of gifts to share with your group for support points (and general good humor).
  • But upgrading the Marketplace will also allow you Class-related seals, a handful of stat-boosting itemsand more.
  • Is it essential to success, in and of itself? Not really, not when seals can be found in limited quantities elsewhere. But like all other facilities, you will only benefit from spending time and effort to build its capabilities.

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