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Three Houses set a new standard for the series, and really stepped up what the franchise had to offer. With its branching plotline, various routes and engaging characters, Three Houses set a high standard for the franchise going forward. Not only are they a good way to level up, but they offer the player a chance to collect rare Heroic Relics and deepen the bonds of characters.
I could look up which battles would give me the best weapons, but what I really want to know is which have the best storylines. I just so happened to select one battle, Rumored Nuptials, that had a surprisingly touching story.
I chose the Golden Deer house at the start of the game, which means my Paralogue battles feature characters who belong to that house. All players need to know is that, after that point, they can no longer recruit characters to their army, and they can no longer play any of the optional Paralogue battles. Each Paralogue battle has a date in its description field that specifies when it will expire.
As soon as the game introduced me to the concept of Paralogue battles, I got worried. How would I know which battles to choose? Would I have time to do them all?
I was also dealing with my need to take specific seminars so that I could accrue points to recruit more characters to Golden Deer. But the more characters I recruited, the longer my list of Paralogue battles became, because almost all of the characters have their own themed Paralogue battle.
And the weeks kept ticking down. I managed to recruit both Dorothea and Ingrid, from Black Eagles and Blue Lions respectively, with just a few weeks remaining.
I saw a Paralogue battle involving both of them pop up, and on a whim, I chose it. Before the battle starts, the characters involved always give Professor Byleth an explanation for why they need help to embark on whatever fight needs fighting.
But it also has me wondering which Paralogue battles have the best stories. So, tell me in the comments about your favorite Paralogues.
Honestly, my only real complaint with this game, having finished the Black Eagles-Edelgard run, is That feels incredibly weak to me, to have such a major force and ificant plot element glossed over like that. Ah well.
The A. Game Tips. By Maddy Myers.