Jake Bishop


Control is Remedy Entertainment’s whacky new IP since Quantum Break. The game is on the verge of release and the concept seems pretty interesting. However, according to Remedy Director Mikael Kasurinen, not everyone will get the game immediately. Remedy Entertainment is diving into the strange with its new game.

We’re ready to be strange and deal with things that maybe not everybody will immediately get.

It is a Mind-bending Supernatural Thriller

Control is different from Remedy Entertainment’s Quantum Break and Alan Wake in terms of storytelling. Whereas both of these games used a more cinematic approach to its narrative with cut-scenes and exposition.

Control is heading in a different direction and it a more open-ended adventure game. Control will use character dialogue, environments, and optional lore to deliver a narrative.

It is important that you pay attention to your surroundings as the game won’t hold your hand. You are stuck inside a massive brutalist structure called The Oldest House.

The game tells the story but you must uncover the story yourself. From what we have seen so far from public demos and trailers, there doesn’t seem to be any cutscenes in Control.

Control takes place an alternate universe America. In this world, Supernatural phenomena are a real threat and are scrutinized by the Federal Bureau of Control, a Government organization that oversees the control of the Supernatural.

The game is releasing on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 27.

Source: Xbox Magazine

So Wolfenstein Youngblood is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game has a few issues that need to be patched but that doesn’t take away from the fact that it is really fun. Apart from slaying Nazi’s in the story mode, you can hunt collectibles in Wolfenstein Youngblood. There are multiple areas you can explore in the game including Riverside, Catacombs, Detention Area, Der Nachtfalter.

Wolfenstein Youngblood Collectibles

Our Wolfenstein Youngblood Collectibles guide will explore all areas to find Floppy Disks, Readables, Cassette Tapes, Cover UVK, Concepts, and 3D Glasses. Consult the images if you are confused by any of the collectible locations.

Der Nachtfalter Collectibles

The following are all the Wolfenstein Youngblood Collectibles that you can find in this area:

Floppy Disks Locations

Der Nachtfalter Door Code —  During the first mission, you will come across a table with a floppy disk and a notepad on it. Use it on any computer to get the code.

Cassette Tapes Locations

Lothar Recording no. 1 — Complete the very first task in the game and along the way you will find the cassette.

Detention Area Collectibles

There are many side missions available in the Detention Area of Wolfenstein Youngblood. You will visit this area often so make the most of your visit and grab the local collectibles. The following section is focused on Youngblood Detention Area Collectibles which are hidden all over this area.

Floppy Disks Locations

Floppy Disk 1 — You can find one floppy disk in the tower but the door leading to it can only be opened with a Dieselkraftwerk weapon.

Floppy Disk 2 — Complete the silent Outpost Operation and you’ll end up in the building. On the 3rd floor of the building, you must find a desk which, among many things, has a floppy place on it. It is the same desk as the old TV on it which isn’t hard to.

Readables Locations

Jacqueline’s Note — Head to the third floor of the building in the detention area and locate a bookshelf. There are a bunch of old books on it and the second floor of the bookshelf you will find the note.

Publisher’s Rejection Letter — While you are performing Operation The Silent Outpost you’ll come across a computer. There is text beside it which you can collect.

Die Neue Wahrheit article no.9 — During The Silent Outpost operation, you must find a desk with an old school lamp on it. There are some coins and text here for you to find.

Anonymous Diary — In one room there is a colorful children’s duvet. On the windowsill beside the duvet, you’ll find the diary.

Adler’s Final Words — Look for a small desk beside the TV cabinet. You’ll find a note here.

Die Neue Wahrheit article no.12 — Go to the room full of cards where you’ll find a green radio and cassette. There is also a newspaper on a desk here.

Oleg’s Note — Go to the room with the dead man inside. There is a note next to a computer on the table.

Die Neue Wahrheit article no.10 — There is a newspaper in the tower but the door leading to it can only be opened by a Dieselkraftwerk weapon.

Military Ordnance List — There is a list which can be found between the two metal containers. The list is very easy to spot on the containers.

Die Neue Wahrheit article no.11 —  There is a wall with a red box near it. You will find a newspaper here.

Cassette Tapes Locations

Golden Oldies: The New Order no. 1 — Right on the table of the enemy there is a black tape between books.

Lothar Recording no.3 — There is cassette on the windowsill of one of the buildings. You can see the entire area from the window so the location isn’t hard to find.

Resistance Log: Political Detention Area 4 — In one of the rooms there is a green radio and a cassette tape next to it.

Die Kollektion von Tregenza no.3 — There is another cassette in the bus driver’s office.

Cover UVK Locations

The Moonbase PEGU Elite Documentary — You can find this in the TV cabinet.

Wilhelm Strasse PEGA Elite Documentary — There is another cassette on the ammunitions box next to a gun.

Irene Engel PEGU Elite Documentary —  You will find this on the bookcase behind the skin-colored leather couch.

Venus Das Treibhas Projekt — On the desk full of mech designs you’ll find the cassette.

There are 3D Glasses and Concepts in this location as well. We will update the guide with more locations soon.

Catacombs Collectibles

There are no floppy disks and concepts in the Catacombs.

Readables Locations

Anais’ Note — There is a note near the subway bar next to a few beers.

Juju’s Dairy — Go to the doctor’s office and you will find a readable on a table next to some tools.

Juju’s Speech Notes — Go to the doctor’s table and you will see a document on it.

Uncle Kareem’s Letter — Find numerous green screens in this area. There is a readable on the wall next to them.

Abby’s Note — There is a readable on the control panels near the green screens.

Die Noue Wahrheit article no.4 — There is another readable next to the green screens to the left of the control panels.

Anais’ Journal — Go to the subway and you will find a table with chess on it. There is a readable here to find.

Die Noue Wahrheit article no.3 — There is a newspaper on the first-aid station.

Die Noue Wahrheit article no.5 — Locate the table with wine and candles on it. There is a readable on the table.

Shopping List — In the middle of the catacombs, you will see two barrels. There is a shopping list on the top of the barrels.

Maria’s Note — Inside the subway, there is a metal shelf. A note is attached to it.

Cassette Tapes Locations

Itlegal Bootleg —  There is a table with playing cards on it and a yellow cartridge.

Resistance Log: Elite Hans — When you enter the subway there is a rack with a damaged TV on it. Pick up the tape on the middle shelf.

Golden Oldies: The Old Blood no.1 — On your friend’s desk you will find a tape.

3D Glasses Locations

Cyber Pilot — In the subway go to the room where there is a lot of food. There is a small table with bread and cheese on it and underneath it, you’ll find a pair of 3D glasses.

Jacques — One of the subway makeshift beds there is a pair of 3D glasses hidden in the pillow.

Male Resistance Fighter — There is another pair on the skull in the subway, near the candles.

Skiff — There is a boat in the subway with 3D glasses on it.

Abby — There is a stack of barrels at the top of the subway, one of the barrels has glasses on it.

Juju — In the doctor’s office there is a pair in the first-aid box.

Famale Resistance Fighter — At the center of the subway there is an open box with a pair of glasses inside.

Grand Piano — There is a metal cabinet at the top of the subway with glasses inside.

Elite Hans Arcade Machine — There are glasses on a metal shelf in the subway.

Cover UVK Locations

America: The New Order — There is a cover next to the TV on the subway.

Kader Buddies — In one of the rooms in the subway, next to a TV you’ll find a cover.

Der Franzosische Koch — In the subway, there is a shelf with a red glow around it. You will find a cover here.

Pink Mist — Next to the red sign in the subway you will find a cover.

Riverside Collectibles

The following are all the Wolfenstein Youngblood Collectibles that you can find in this area:

Floppy Disks Locations

Train station storage room — You to the storage room with the weapons of mass destruction. Near the crates, there is a floppy disk.

Riverside Gestapo crates secured — On the left side of the square, there is building with a computer in it. You will fight enemies here during the second mission. You can remove the disk from the computer.

Rooftop sniping spot — Near the entrance to the subway you find another disk on top of the box.

Readables Locations

Therese’s Letter — There is a letter inside a mailbox outside. It is a yellow mailbox and the letter is sticking out of it.

Winkler’s Note — Before entering the subway there is a tunnel, locate the chair in this location and there is a readable on it.

Fischer’s Note — Go to the restaurant near the metro entrance. There is a readable on the table which has a mustard bottle on it.

Lutz’s Bucket List — At the entrance of the subway, there is a bench with a readable on it.

Angelique’s Letter — At the exit of the building there is a green bicycle with a document on it.

Gustav’s Diary — There is one more readable on the shelf near the shoes. There are crates and piles of clothes.

Die Neue Wahrheit article no. 2 — At the beginning of the second mission after the fight, explore the area. There is a document on the side shelf opposite a box with health points.

Die Neue Wahrheit article no. 1 — There is another document after the fight during the second mission. It is near the ammunition crates.

Cassette Tapes Locations

Resistance Log: Neu-Paris Streets — In a block during the second mission there is tape on a 3-seater sofa.

Die Kollektion von Tregenza not.1 — There is a room to the left of the square where you fight in the second mission. You will find a tape on a cabinet that has jumper cables on it.

Cover UVK Locations

Die Putzer — This one is a bit hard to reach as you need to double jump to reach the roof. From there reach the apartment attic.

Der Golem — There is building to the left of the battlefield. You will see a box outside the building in front of a white window.

3D Glasses Locations

Destroyed Escape Pod — There is bus outside the entrance of the subway. There is a pair of 3D glasses in it.

Neosoldat — On the nightstand among the trenches.

Sushi Buffet Table — There is a restaurant near the entrance of the metro. Inside find the table with a mustard bottle on it which also has a pair of glasses.

Soph Texas Outfit — Right by the door that leads to the next location there is a pair of glasses near a crate on top of a small cache box.

General Winkie — Immediately after enter the second mission location there is a pair on the floor.

Jess Texas Outfit — Look for the computer with information about the collections in Wolfenstein Youngblood. There is a table next to it with glasses that are highly visible.

Zeppelin Bollon Cart — Explore the roofs of houses and you will find a pair next to propaganda posters.

Casino Robot — During the Riverside mission, you will come across the shop window. Break it and retrieve the glasses.

Concepts Locations

Riverside pt. I 1 — During the Riverside mission, you will find a crate on the roof of one of the buildings.

Der Nachtfalter pt. II — A crate is in the building during the second story mission. Enter the building through the window.

Der Nachtfalter pt. I 1 — Crate is in a small room hidden behind bars. Break down the bars with your crash ability to enter.

Little Berlin Collectibles

The following are all the Wolfenstein Youngblood Collectibles that you can find in this area:

Floppy Disks Locations

Access to stockroom —  Find the room with red lights and a bunch of computers. There is a floppy disk here.

Accessing the apartment — You will find another floppy disk next to the ammunition collection.

Readables Locations

Gestapo Confession From — In the same red room you found the floppy, you’ll find a readable as well.

Johann’s Dreams Diary — Another readable is on the German General’s desk.

Cassette Tapes Locations

Lab X — Next to the speech venue you will find another tape.

3D Glasses Locations

Drohne — There is a small passageway in Little Berlin where you will find glasses. You’ll need to jump over a room over one of the paths.

Minivan — Inside a small room on top of a red metal crate.

There are more collectibles on these locations, we will update our guide.

If you are interested in learning more about the game then be sure to check out our guides on the bosses in the game and how you can play the game in co-op with a friend.

This marks the end of our Wolfenstein Youngblood Collectibles guide.

When you start Fire Emblem: Three Houses one of the first major areas you visit is Garreg Mach Monastery. Here you perform a ton of activities as a teacher. You are also free to explore and during exploration, you can answer questions at the Advice Box. In this Fire Emblem: Three Houses Advice Box Answers guide we are going to answer all the questions for you.

The Advise box in the cathedral where you meet a counselor NPC and answer three random questions. If you manage to answer these questions correctly you can support points which boosts affinity with the person asking the question. This is important for your bond in the battle or character recruitment.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Advise Box Answers

Playing counselor at the Advise box costs no Activity Points. This is a great activity if you run out of Activity Points. New Advise Box question comes up every week. It is a good idea to check with this NPC whenever you are exploring the monastery. Keep in mind that Advise Box activity opens up during the Month #6 of the Fodlan calendar year.

Before Timeskip Advice Box Answers

The following are all the Advice Box Answers before Timeskip in Fire Emblem: Three Houses:

  • Question: Let me just ask you straight. What do you think makes a great mercenary?
  • Answer: The will to fight for those who can’t protect themselves.
  • Question: I’ve looked at the notes in this box before, and it seems like everyone’s always worried and complaining about stuff! Is everyone really that bad off?
  • Answer: Worry often leads to growth
  • Question: Meat and vegetables are both delicious, but some people complain about not liking one or the other. I just don’t understand how anyone can snub a good meal!
  • Answer: A well-prepared meal should be enjoyed by all
  • Question: I’ve never been very good at arithmetic, but I can see how it would be a great skill to have when negotiating with merchants. How do I make it easier to learn?
  • Answer: Ask a friend to instruct you
  • Question: I wonder if I’ll ever find a partner who understands I don’t mean any harm when I flirt with others. Does someone like that really exist?
  • Answer: You’re bound to meet someone open-minded someday
  • Question: I don’t like interfering in squabbles between noble brats, but the parents complain if I don’t. It’s annoying.
  • Answer: It could be entertaining to make the parents fight instead.
  • Question: I often hear ridiculous rumors about ghosts appearing in the monastery. It’s nonsense and it’s disrupting my studies. There aren’t really ghosts, are there?
  • Answer: You have nothing to worry about. There are no ghosts.
  • Question: I typically decorate with red roses when I host a tea party but lately, I am considering the virtues of variety. Do you have any thoughts about other flowers I might try?
  • Answer: White lilies are pleasant and calming.
  • Question: I have some experience painting landscapes, and now I’d like to try my hand at portraiture. Can you think of anyone who would model for me?
  • Answer: Manuela would be open to modeling for you.
  • Question: When I was in the greenhouse earlier, a female student fled from me as if in terror. Why did she do that? I was only tending the flowers.
  • Answer: Perhaps you unintentionally scowled at her
  • Question: I’ve slept almost everywhere in the monastery, but lately, I’ve been wanting to try sleeping outdoors. Do you know somewhere I could sleep under the stars?
  • Answer: A courtyard full of blooming flowers.
  • Question: Nothing surpasses the Hraesvelg Treatise on War as a general study on strategy, but what book best covers local tactics?
  • Answer: Try reading Cichol’s General Treatise on Mercenaries.
  • Question: My fellow students have called me dour. They say I should joke around more often. But what’s the point in that?
  • Answer: It can help settle prebattle nerves
  • Question: If you feel overwhelmed by teaching, just ask me for help. I predict that guiding these imps through their teenage years will be IMPortant for Fodlan’s future. Get it?
  • Answer: I’ll let you know if I have any concerns.
  • Question: Despite my appearance, I have long wished to be a Pegasus Knight that I may indulge in the lofty view. Yet that dream has always seemed out of reach. Can you guess why?
  • Answer: Because heights make you uneasy.
  • Question: I’m not good at talking to others. I can talk to birds, horses, and other animals just fine, but when it comes to people, I freeze up.
  • Answer: Try pretending the person you’re talking to is a horse.
  • Question: I am occasionally asked to attend tea parties, but in truth, I do not care for hot beverages. I have considering waiting until it cools to drink, but I fear that would seem rude.
  • Answer: You should just be honest with your host.
  • Question: When I get into a Rhythm while cleaning, I always end up singing a song that I make up on the spot. It’s so embarrassing when someone hears me! What should I do?
  • Answer: I bet people really enjoy your songs
  • Question: I found a wonderful painting at a shop in town. What a shame keeping this masterpiece all to myself! Can you think of an art lover in Garreg Mach I could share it with?
  • Answer: You should show it to Sylvain.
  • Question: I am an only child. Because of this, I am worried that my parents will have to adopt a child or do their best to have another of their own if I don’t carry the family title.
  • Answer: Relax. You can think it over before you graduate.
  • Question: I have always despised the heat, even as a child. Still, one must be prepared to fight anywhere, no matter the conditions. Have you any advice for enduring the heat?
  • Answer: Look for clothing and armor which breath better.
  • Question: There are many citizens of the Empire who are currently in despair. I think it’s time for a change in leadership. Perhaps someone new should ascend the throne.
  • Answer: You would do well as a ruler, Ferdinand.
  • Question: It’s my turn to clean, but I’m feeling under the weather. Even writing this note is a strain! I need to get someone else to do my cleaning for me. Who should I ask?
  • Answer: Mercedes might be willing to help.
  • Question: What can I do to ensure than an independently-minded young woman does not fall into harm’s way?
  • Answer: Keep an eye on her from a distance.
  • Question: Life would be so much easier if no one had to talk face-to-face. Isn’t written correspondence like this really the best form of communication? Or face-to-door chats?
  • Answer: Occasional human interaction is good for you.
  • Question: You can always put on more clothing when it’s cold, but you can only remove so many layers in the heat. How does one survive a hot summer?
  • Answer: Focus on reading to occupy your mind.
  • Question: I am always looking to assist His Highness, but sometimes I find myself at a loss. What more can I do?
  • Answer: Guard him with your life.
  • Question: There’s a new place in town I hear has some really tasty food. I asked them to hold two seats under my name, but I don’t know who I should go with.
  • Answer: I would be happy to join you
  • Question: Song and dance live on in our memories, but there’s no real record of them. Even memories fade over time. Will anyone remember me when I’m gone?
  • Answer: I’m sure you’ll live on in someone’s heart.
  • Question: Whenever I go for a walk, I get this strange feeling that someone is watching me. Who could it be?
  • Answer: The goddess is watching from on high
  • Question: I often overhear people commenting about how strange I am. I don’t really get it. Shouldn’t it be expected that everyone has their own unique perspective on life?
  • Answer: Just follow your own path and don’t worry about them.
  • Question: The library is a place I favor, but I am having a problem. It is lacking sufficient information about Brigid! I have the hope that I can be fixing this problem.
  • Answer: You should add to the Traveler’s Journal
  • Question: Being a bit older than everyone else, I want the others to rely on me like an older sister. Is there anything I can do to make myself more approachable?
  • Answer: Don’t worry, you already are.
  • Question: I usually enjoy sweets, but the traditional cakes from Enbarr are a bit much for my taste. How could those possibly have become a traditional desert?
  • Answer: Who cares traditions are meant to be broken.
  • Question: It’s been a turbulent year.
  • Answer: Steel yourself by spending some quiet time alone.
  • Question: There is a person with whom I do not get along. Childish as it may sound, we always end up quarreling. Is there nothing I can do to remedy this?
  • Answer: Try treating them like you would a friend.
  • Question: You know, I don’t even care when people say I’m short. But I’m definitely open to suggestions if you know of a quick way to grow!
  • Answer: Getting plenty of sleep might help
  • Question: I am trying to settle on a gift for a certain young lady who has experienced tough times as of late. Any suggestions?
  • Answer: An academic textbook
  • Question: I want to be able to enjoy my hobbies, but there’s not enough time when I have to wait for everyone to go to bed and clear out of the common areas.
  • Answer: I’m so sorry. That sounds like an impossible situation.
  • Question: Even if I find love, I won’t be able to live without money. I would like to get married someday, but I refuse to go back to being poor. What should I pursue?
  • Answer: Love and money aren’t mutually exclusive. Strive for both.
  • Question: Everyone treats me like a child. Please do something about it.
  • Answer: You shouldn’t feel pressured to act older than you are.
  • Question: (There’s a drawing of what looks like a student throwing trash on the ground.)
  • Answer: Let’s add trash bins around the monastery.
  • Question: I’d like to borrow a book from the library, but there are so many to choose from that I can’t decide. Do you have any recommendations?
  • Answer: A History of the Founding of Faerghus
  • Question: I have as many worries as anyone else, but I must always feign dauntlessness. It can be rather taxing at times.
  • Answer: Find time to relax every now and then
  • Question: Classroom learning isn’t enough to become a strong knight! There’s got to be someone around here who can teach me how to get as strong as possible!
  • Answer: Dimitri would be a good resource.
  • Question: Flayn is an interesting young lady but keep your distance.  Seteth’s quite protective, and you wouldn’t want to fan the flames of his wrath – or should I say, fan the Flayns!
  • Answer: A hedge between keeps friendships green.
  • Question: If I told you I was searching for someone who might like to share a cup of tea with an elegant noble, whose name would come to mind?
  • Answer: Ferdinand would be good company
  • Question: Lately, I feel myself growing tired and out of practice. I wish there was someone around here with whom I could dance fervently and intensely.
  • Answer: What about Dorothea?
  • Question: Words cannot express my disgust with the students here. So many of these fools rely on their noble status or their Crest’s power as an excuse to shirk their training.
  • Answer: You should spar with them
  • Question: There are as many men in this world as stars in the sky, but you meet so few good men during your time on this planet. How does one meet a worthy partner?
  • Answer: Man or no man, lots of people care about you.
  • Question: I have great love for the sea, but Garreg Mach has too much distance from it. I am needing to be in the water soon. Where is the best place for swimming?
  • Answer: You should visit a sea to the south
  • Question: I feel like the tough fighters who become legends mostly use swords and lances. Are those really the weapons you have to wield if you want to make your mark on history?
  • Answer: You should fight with the weapon the best suits you
  • Question: I try to hold back when swinging a weapon, but sometimes I misjudge my own strength. I’ve broken so many weapon this way. Is there anything I can do to remedy this?
  • Answer: Take care to repair weapons in between training sessions.
  • Question: It’s standard practice for a general not to stand on the front lines. What should I do if I see him deliberately ignoring this rule at the risk of his own life?
  • Answer: The “standard practice” isn’t always the best practice.
  • Question: I see it all the time. Someone falls for a scheme and then gets angry about it. But rather than being mad at the schemer, shouldn’t they be busy plotting their revenge?
  • Answer: That sounds like the logic of a schemer
  • Question: There’s someone whose Crest I wish to study. I’ve asked many times, but I can’t get them to consent. There must be some way to persuade them.
  • Answer: Nothing beats sincerity
  • Question: I’m not good at cleaning up. I try my best, but before I know it, everything’s messy again.
  • Answer: Cleaning is easy when you have a plan of attack
  • Question: A professor’s job seems so repetitive. It’s the same thing day after day. I used to be interested in teaching, but it seems way too boring for someone like me.
  • Answer: I’m too busy to be bored
  • Question: I wish to make new friends, but my brother always interferes. How can I get him to back off?
  • Answer: I’ll persuade him to stop
  • Question: There’s someone I just can’t seem to beat. What’s a quick and easy way to make them give up and say uncle?
  • Answer: ”Quick and easy” never works
  • Question: (There’s a drawing of what looks like a broken vase.)
  • Answer: If you broke a vase, you should apologize to the owner.
  • Question: I’m supposed to write a letter to my brother to let him know how I’m doing. But there’s nothing that I want to write about, and on top of that, it’s just too much work.
  • Answer: Why not tell him about your friends?
  • Question: The tea here does absolutely nothing for me. I could send for some supplies from home, but is there truly not a soul in this place with tea fit for a noble?
  • Answer: Lorenz would be a good source.
  • Question: I am more than capable of protecting myself from ruffians, but those around me tend to worry, and so I am often denied the pleasure of a private stroll.
  • Answer: You’re too important, so I’m afraid it can’t be helped.
  • Question: I want to make somebody change his boorish behavior, but he doesn’t seem to care no matter how much I urge him to reconsider his actions. I’m at my wit’s end!
  • Answer: It’s probably time for your professor to step in.
  • Question: I’m hesitant to invite a girl to my room in the middle of the night with You Know Who living right next door.I’m terrified of the scolding I’d get the next day.
  • Answer: Maybe I’ll rethink the room assignments.
  • Question: I want to get better at cooking, but I don’t know where to start. I wish I knew someone who could help me.
  • Answer: You should cook with Ashe
  • Question: I’ve reunited with my daughter after years of being apart, but I’m the one who left her in the first place. I don’t know what to say, or even how to speak with her.
  • Answer: Just love her and treat her with kindness.
  • Question: When I see the students enthusiastically eating together in the dining hall, I sometimes wish to join them. I wonder if that would be a bother.
  • Answer: I’m sure the students would be happy to share a meal.

After Timeskip Advice Box Answer

The following are all the Advice Box Answers after Timeskip in Fire Emblem: Three Houses:

  • Question: Growing out my hair was not intentional. I was busy with other things in life, so I never thought to get it cut. It hurts that others thought I grew my hair out to be fashionable.
  • Answer: It looks good on you.
  • Question: What’s the difference between killing someone and calling for their death instead? In both situations, their blood is on your hands, so isn’t it all the same?
  • Answer: Like all things, it’s about context and perspective.
  • Question: I fear that I will not be able to achieve my dream within my lifetime. Therefore, I must find up a worthy successor. Wherever will I locate such a fervent youth?
  • Answer: It will be easy after we rebuild the Officer’s Academy.
  • Question: I hope to improve my riding skills before our next battle. Any suggestions for where to begin? I want people to see me on horseback and say, “He reins supreme!”
  • Answer: Start by befriending the horse you’ll be riding.
  • Question: No joke, I lost the book where I write all my puns. I can’t ink of anywhere I word have left it. Quill you help me recover it?
  • Answer: You’re probably just not searching the write places.
  • Question: I understand the risk of fighting on the front lines, but I simply must be out there to lead my troops. Is there some way I can reduce the danger?
  • Answer: It’s said that the best defense is a good offense.
  • Question: Every day is filled with the harshness of war. My only solace is eating sweets, is that childish of me?
  • Answer: Everyone finds solace in different ways.
  • Question: All we do is battle. The fighting never stops, and it’s turning everyone’s disposition dour. Even the ladies! We should throw a banquet to lift everyone’s spirits.
  • Answer: Good idea, I’ll see what I can do.
  • Question: Garreg Mach is surrounded by the abundance of nature, but securing provisions during times of warring can still be difficult. The is different from the land of my home.
  • Answer: Yes, this place is quite different than Brigid.
  • Question: Nobles must never lose their composure. We must always exude an aura of grace. That said, is it necessary for us to be graceful on the battlefield as well?
  • Answer: In battle, survival is all that matters.
  • Question: I thought being a noble meant having some sway in life. I thought if I told people I wanted to stay locked up in my room, they’d leave me be.
  • Answer: One day everyone will listen to you…and leave you alone.
  • Question: I appreciate ruined buildings. They symbolize that no home is permanent.
  • Answer: They remind us that life is impermanent as well.
  • Question: What are all these knight lovers talking about when they go on and on about chivalry? Maybe I don’t get it because I don’t care about being a knight.
  • Answer: They’re referring to strength and courage.
  • Question: I have a burning ambition, but making it come true would mean betraying my parent’s wishes. I’m not courageous enough to persuade them. What should I do?
  • Answer: Nothing will change unless you are honest with them.
  • Question: After the war, there will be fewer opportunities to fight. When that day comes, what should I do? How will I keep my sword skills sharp?
  • Answer: Strive to become the best in all of Fodlan.
  • Question: Everyone who hears the songs I makeup laughs and says they’re funny, but they’re not supposed to be humorous! What’s so funny about my lyrics?
  • Answer: Don’t fret. They’re great lyrics that are unforgettable.
  • Question: I want to be helpful, but I lack the self-confidence to do so. Is it OK for someone like me to be here, or should I leave?
  • Answer: You should stay, you’re more helpful than you realize.
  • Question: In the past, I would nearly pass out if I got splattered by an enemy’s blood. Nowadays I remain entirely conscious, even if my face is drenched in blood. It’s disgusting.
  • Answer: It’s natural to feel repelled by the horrors of war.
  • Question: I have concerns about allowing a young woman still on the cusp of adulthood to spend time alone with members of the opposite sex. What are your thoughts?
  • Answer: Try to prevent it as much as you can.
  • Question: I really start craving sweets when I am tired or stressed out. I wish there was some king of yummy confection that I could make with the limited ingredients available to us.
  • Answer: Check the library for a simple, traditional recipe.

This is the end of our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Advice Box Answers guide. Hope this helps your gameplay choices in the new Fire Emblem game.

Airship Syndicate and THQ Nordic are bringing us a Darksiders Genesis Nephilim Edition that comes with its own board game. Darksiders franchise is back this year with Genesis which swaps the third-person perspective for top-down. The player will be in control of Strife, and now details are coming in that there are two versions of the new game.

The Nephilim Edition which comes with its own board game and costs a whopping $379.99 USD. There are only 5000 of these made and it seems it has already run out on Amazon. This edition may or may not be back in stock but seeing its popularity, it won’t be surprising if it is.

Darksiders Genesis The Nephilim Edition

  • The base game
  • Boardgame called The Forbidden Land
  • Strife Statue
  • Steelbook
  • Artbook
  • Soundtrack
  • Sticker Sheet

This is admittedly expensive but The Collector’s Edition isn’t really affordable as well. Darksiders Genesis Collector’s Edition will set you back $119.99 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Meanwhile, PC users can pick it up on PC for $109.99.

Darksiders Genesis Collector’s Edition

  • The base game
  • Strife figure
  • Steelbook
  • Artbook
  • Soundtrack
  • Sticker Sheets

Darksiders Genesis is releasing on consoles and PC as well as Stadia sometime this year. The game puts you in the shoes of Strife but according to our theory, Lucifer might finally be revealed.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses offers so much to do after you take the job of a house professor. You can train students, boost their motivation, perform side quests, bond with them and more. But every so often a student will ask you a question and it is crucial to answer properly. It helps you get XP for professor level up. Our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Lecture Answers guide will give you all the right answers you need.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Lecture Answers and Questions

When a student asks you a question you will have multiple options. Depending on your answer you will get a set amount of XP and Motivation. Moreover, the amount of professor level XP depends on your current rank.

  • Best Answer — Extra Professor Level XP, +50 Motivation
  • Middle Answer — Minimum Professor XP, +50 Motivation
  • Wrong Answer — Minimum Professor XP, No Motivation

When Byleth gives the right answer he will get bonus XP and the student will get 50 motivation. Middle answer lands you minimum XP and 25 motivation to the student. The wrong answer gives no motivation to the student but you still get a base amount of professor XP.

Before Timeskip — Lecture Questions and Answers

The following are the answer to all the lecture questions in Fire Emblem: Three Houses before Timeskip:

  • Question: You know how sometimes an ordinary girl can be more popular than exceptional beauty? Or how, with aristocrats, some prefer a viscount when they could have a duke instead? Why do you think that is?
  • Answer: Fancy meals are boring if you eat them every day.
  • Question: When one professor lectures many students, some will inevitably have trouble keeping up, while others will get too far ahead in their studies. I wonder how this problem might be solved…
  • Answer: Perhaps we should make lectures optional
  • Question: Such interesting ideas you seem to have, Professor, but tell me this: what would you do if you were given the task of teaching a subject than you yourself did not understand?
  • Answer: I’d take the time to study the subject before teaching it.
  • Question: Pretty soon I’ll have eaten everything they have to offer in the dining hall. Then what am I supposed to do? Keep eating the same boring meals over and over again?
  • Answer: You should just enjoy` what you’ve got
  • Question: Um. Sorry, but you should probably just skip me. I don’t have a question to ask. How would I even think of one?
  • Answer: You just did.
  • Question: I am an avid arms collector. Since coming to live here, however, I have had much more trouble finding new items for my collection. Any ideas as to where I might find some uncommon weapons?
  • Answer: Ask a blacksmith to teach you how to craft your own.
  • Question: When I take a lecture I’m not interested in, I get so…sleepy. I just can’t fight it. I should just give up, don’t you think? Close my eyes and enjoy a peaceful slumber?
  • Answer: No need to fight it. You can’t help it.
  • Question: I am having a question. I wish for improvement of my lance skills. But I am having uncertainty about how to be training effectively. What should I be doing?
  • Answer: Try studying the movements of others for improvement.
  • Question: Lectures about strategy or reason require so much focus, I end up absolutely famished! But if I go to class after a big meal, I can’t help getting sleepy…
  • Answer: Bring along a snack, just in case.
  • Question: I’m…kind of terrified to walk the monastery grounds at night. It’s unnerving how dark and quiet the place gets! How can I conquer my fear?
  • Answer: Think of it as training for night marches.
  • Question: I enjoy a good ghost story, but I’ve never seen a ghost in real life. I would love to have that experience for myself, even just once!
  • Answer: Maybe you need a ritual to summon one.
  • Question: Art has never been my forte. Even when I apply myself and sketch a ton, I don’t seem to improve much. I can envision an image so perfectly in head, but turning it into something physical that I feel good about eludes me…
  • Answer: Don’t worry about the end result. Just keep practicing.
  • Question: Magic is not my forte. Being a gifted swordsman, I think my time is best served practicing swordplay technique. Why should I waste my time attending lectures, just to improve my magic skills from mediocre to average?
  • Answer: Knowing magic will make you a stronger swordsman.
  • Question: Though I have served His Highness for four years, he has eluded my every attempt to learn his favorite foods.
  • Answer: Maybe he just likes everything.
  • Question: I’ve been trying to win the heart of this girl, but none of the fancy gifts or weet things I tell her have worked. Do you know any secret dating tricks I can use to win her heart?
  • Answer: Stay away for a while so she starts to miss you.
  • Question: No matter the weapon, it cannot be wielded properly without ample strength and stamina, regardless of the skills one may possess. I’ve been using various training techniques, but lately, I feel like they all are lacking…
  • Answer: Try focusing on one skill at a time, at least for a while.
  • Question: That was a fascinating lecture, but now my brain is fried. I feel like I need a change of pace to reinvigorate me. What do you recommend?
  • Answer: Try going for a stroll around the monastery.
  • Question: There’s so much to do and never enough time in which to do it. Sleep is a nuisance, but my body forces me to slow down, even though my mind doesn’t want to. Do you have any tips for shaking tired feelings away?
  • Answer: Sleeping when you’re tired is best for you.
  • Question: The ladies have been giving me the cold shoulder, of late, I believe it is because they are intimidated by my noble presence. How can I be more…accessible?
  • Answer: Sounds like it’s their problem, not yours.
  • Question: I just wanna eat meat and fish, but everyone in the dining hall says I gotta eat vegetables too! I’m never gonna get full on stupid leaves!
  • Answer: Eating vegetable will help your muscles grow.
  • Question: I don’t care about being pretty or anything, but it bothers me that some people don’t even realize I’m a girl.
  • Answer: They’re wrong, pay them no mind
  • Question: Um, excuse me… Can you help me? I always get the feeling that I’m being watched. I get so nervous that I can’t sleep at night…
  • Answer: You might be right. You should be careful.
  • Question: I hate cleaning my room. It’s so boring, and to be honest, I’m kinda lazy. But I don’t want my room to get messy. Who do you think I should get to tidy up for me?
  • Answer: Ask somebody who’s good at cleaning.
  • Question: I’m not very good at sharing my opinion. Usually, I just go along with what everybody else thinks. I don’t want to bother anyone. Um…
  • Answer: They’ll appreciate your opinion. Let yourself be heard.
  • Question: Some people hate spiders or centipedes, but they have no strong feelings towards flies or crickets. Why is that?
  • Answer: They may all be bugs, but they’re such different species.
  • Question: Hey. Maybe you can answer a question I’ve had for a while now… Why is it that men don’t like women who are messy?
  • Answer: Men have unrealistic expectations
  • Question: As a member of the knights, I sometimes travel by ship for my missions. But I have a bit of a weak stomach…What can I do to tamp down my seasickness?
  • Answer: Medicine and magic should help
  • Question: I want to be able to talk to males and make friends with them, but my brother always causes such a fuss when I do. Do you have any advice for me?
  • Answer: Do it when he’s not looking.
  • Question: One of your students keeps challenging me to fight him, but he has no idea how to wield a sword. It’s a waste of time for both of us. What am I supposed to do?
  • Answer: Use the fight as an opportunity to teach him.
  • Question: I’m really happy here, but there’s somebody who has up and decided to take pity on me. Without asking! It’s real darn irritating, and I want them to know it. I just don’t know how I can make myself understood.
  • Answer: Show them how happy you are working here.

After Timeskip — Lecture Questions and Answers

The following are the answer to all the lecture questions in Fire Emblem: Three Houses after Timeskip:

  • Question: I heard rumors about ghosts roaming the monastery…. I’m certainly not scared, nor do I have time to worry about it, but…uh… You should probably do something about it, for the sake of the others!
  • Answer: Let’s bring more candles to the halls to brighten things up.
  • Question: People call Captain Jeralt the Blade Breaker. I figure, if I want to be a top-tier mercenary like him, I’m going to need a tough-sounding title of my own. Help me out?
  • Answer: The Executioner
  • Question: I prefer to use stealth tactics to assassinate my foes on the battlefield, but you take a different approach. Why is that?
  • Answer: Those tactics don’t give the enemy a chance to surrender.
  • Question: The weak-willed care little for how they are governed, but lady Edelgard wishes to open their eyes. How would you achieve this, in her position?
  • Answer: The only way to help them is to educate them.
  • Question: As I am fighting more, my arrows are decreasing in quality. They are not flying as far and have less accuracy. What can I be doing differently?
  • Answer: New bowstrings could help you shoot with more force.
  • Question: I sometimes find books written in languages I’ve never seen before. I’d love to read them somehow, but I don’t even know where to start… Do you have any ideas?
  • Answer: Piece things together using linguistic clues.
  • Question: I want to knit an animal doll for someone, but I’m not sure what kind to make. They love eagles, lions, and deer equally! I don’t know what to do…
  • Answer: Why not make one of each?
  • Question: Hey, Professor! I think I’m ready… I think it’s time you finally gave me a nickname! What’s a guy gotta do to earn one?
  • Answer: You actually have one, but it’s too scary to say out loud.
  • Question: The anniversary of Jeralt’s death is coming up. I’d like to put something on his grave so that he knows we’re all thinking of him. What item would make him happiest?
  • Answer: The best bottle of booze you can find.
  • Question: I’ve had this sword for a long time. It is as much a part of me as the hand that holds it. But a good swordsmith could craft a weapon that’s more effective and durable. Should I stick with my old, familiar sword, or acquire a better one?
  • Answer: Get the new weapon. Give yourself time to train with it.
  • Question: Death is an inevitable result of military conflict. Not only soldiers but also warhorses, who have no say in their line of work, lay down their lives on the battlefield. What steps can a commander take to minimize this loss of life?
  • Answer: Adopt new tactics that increase survivability.
  • Question: I know this is highly unlikely, but on the off chance that Rhea surrenders to my terms, what should I do? I would appreciate your thoughts on the matter…
  • Answer: Strip her of her power so she can’t interfere in politics.
  • Question: All this savagery, day after day, is depressing. Do you have any ideas for fun things I could do to feel better, Professor?
  • Answer: Why don’t you ask a girl out?
  • Question: Some of the children were admiring a painting of mine. I’d like to paint a new piece. Something just for them, to make them happy. What do you think I ought to paint?
  • Answer: Woodland creatures.
  • Question: I haven’t been able to see my brother and sister lately, so I’m sending them gifts instead. My brother’s not one to ask for anything, though. I don’t know what to give him?
  • Answer: Maybe you should send him some books.
  • Question: Songs are so powerless, Professor. No matter how much on sings, there’s no soldier on the battlefield who will listen. It’s horrible that one can only sing of peace in times of peace.
  • Answer: If we can achieve peace, those songs won’t be powerless.
  • Question: When I do nothing but fight, my spirits falter and I lose the will to keep things tidy. This is when my room falls to disorder, and my spirits falter even more Is there no way to break this cycle?
  • Answer: Take a short break to do something that raises your spirits.
  • Question: Fishing is what truly calms me, but it is time-consuming. What do you think should I do when a visit to the pond is too inconvenient?
  • Answer: Write a story about someone fishing [Need verification]
  • Question: I don’t think there’s much difference between Almyra and Fodlan. But everyone else seems to think Almyra is so completely different. Why’s that.
  • Answer: It’s prejudice towards unknown places, nothing more.
  • Question: I have a tactical question, Professor. Let’s say you’re leading an army and the enemy, whose forces greatly outnumber your own, has you surrounded. What would you do in that situation?
  • Answer: Push forward. Punch a hold in their formation.
  • Question: Just thinking about how, even now, someone out there is fighting for something, I just can’t seem to sit still, even during my breaks. What should I do at times like that?
  • Answer: You could assist with my daily tasks if you’d like
  • Question: Seeing the cathedral in such a run-down state makes me feel so sorry for the goddess… As soon as this way is finally over, I’m going to devote myself to making this place more beautiful than ever!
  • Answer: Let’s plant flowers…

This marks the end of our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Lecture answers guide. If you need more help on something make sure to check out our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Recruitment Guide, Fire Emblem: Three Houses Motivation System Guide, and Fire Emblem: Three Houses Romance Guide.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses brings tons of classes once you level up your character enough, you get access to Master Classes. You can level up multiple characters and spend a ton of time unlocking master classes to add to your experience. These Master Classes can truly be a formidable force on the battlefield. Our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Master Classes unlock guide will explain what these classes are and how to unlock them.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Master Classes

If you have played Pokemon you will know that each Pokemon usually comes with its own evolution. Consider Master Classes the evolution of a unit type in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. There are a total of 8 master classes and any unit can become a master class. You can turn any unit into any of the 8 master classes so you have enough options to experiment with.

But there are some requirements for this. They must have the right stats and of course, pass the Certification Exam.

Another thing you must know is that there are better options than Fire Emblem: Three Houses master classes. Your main character, as well as House Leaders, help unlock better and unique classes than the 8 master classes.

Reach Level 30 and Get Master Seals

To unlock what you are looking for you first need to reach level 30 with a unit. Once you reach level 30 you first unlock the ability to get master seals. You can buy master seals through the Fire Emblem: Three Houses Item Shop for 3000 gold. You can only get these seals in limited quantity from the Item Shop. However, when you reach act 2 you’ll meet Anna, the marketplace Marchant. Her shop is locked until you complete a side quest for her.

Unlock All Master Classes

Master Classes are unlocked on free days so wait for that. With Master Seals in your possession pass Certification Exams for each class you wish to unlock.

Certification Exams are taken on free days only. Moreover, you can’t take multiple exams at once. Fire Emblem puts a limit on how many exams you can take in a week. Each week only one exam is allowed. That’s why you need to make sure you have a good chance of passing it because you don’t want to waste your master seals.

You can select Certification from the menu and choose the unit you wish to upgrade. Now choose the master class you want the unit to go for. You will use a master seal and your unit will take the Certification Exam.

All Master Classes Requirements

Holy Knight — A blessed knight versed in white magic, this class can move again after taking certain actions.

Requirements — Lance C or Higher, Faith B+ or Higher, Riding A or Higher

Gremory — An expert in all forms of magic, the Gremory casts asunder any enemies with high physical defense

Requirements — Reason A or Higher, Faith A or Higher

Falcon Knight — Riding aloft, this knight is weak to arrows with high defense against magic. This class can move again after taking certain actions

Requirements — Sword C or Higher, Lance A or Higher, Flying B+ or Higher

Wyvern Lord — An experienced wyvern handler with high stats but a weakness to bows and magic, this class can move again after taking certain actions

Requirements — Lance C or higher, Axe – A or higher, Flying A or higher

Great Knight — The heavily armored Great Knight has high defense while retaining mobility. This class can move again after taking certain actions

Requirements — Axe B+ or Higher, Hvy Armor A or Higher, Riding B+ or Higher

Mortal Savant — A master who casts powerful magic and wields a sword with confidence and poise, the Mortal Savant is a force to be reckoned with

Requirements — Sword A or Higher, Reason B+ or Higher

Bow Knight — A graceful archer mounted upon a mighty steed, this class can move again after taking certain actions

Requirements — Lance C or Higher, Bow A or Higher, Riding A or Higher

Dark Knight — A mysterious knight versed in black magic, this class can move again after taking certain actions.

Requirements — Lack C or Higher, Reason B+ or Higher, Riding A or Higher

This marks the end of our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Master Classes Unlock Guide. We hope this helps your journey in Fire Emblem.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses comes with a motivation system. Players need to understand how this works and the best ways to increase bonds and motivation of students. Our Fire Emblem: Three Houses motivation system guide will explain every aspect of this system and how to increase motivation.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Motivation System

In Fire Emblem you will enter the Garreg Mach Monastery. At this location, you will be asked to teach students. You can teach them many skills but their learning ability depends on motivation. If they have low motivation to learn, you’ll face issues. The Motivation system in Three Houses has four maximum levels.

You can locate the motivation gauge at the top right corner of the HUD. Each student has a different level of motivation. You can increase motivation to help them learn skills faster.

You can train students automatically in the game but if you want the best battle team and a high level of motivation, go the manual route.

During the training sessions, students will lose motivation. However, the bar can be replenished easily. Students usually lose one motivation bar each session. High motivation means a maximum of four learning sessions can be performed.

After each session, you can praise, console, and critique the trainee. It depends on the outcome of the session.

How to Increase Motivation?

If a student does well during a learning session praise him/her. Doing this could replenish one bar of motivation. The same can be achieved by consoling and criticizing the student if he/she does poorly.

This is the tricky part; you must know your students well enough to know how they will respond to each of the two actions. Consoling or criticizing a student may not always result in motivation increase. This also means that criticizing won’t always decrease motivation.

It is best to understand their personalities for the best results.

But there are other surefire ways to increase motivation. You can bond with students during meals, tea time, and by solving their issues. You can order special foods from the kitchen for the students. Group tasks help motivate students as well.

You can hold seminars on Sundays but we do not recommend this if the motivation is low. Give them the day off to rest and recover motivation. Last but not least, you can answer lecture questions to increase their motivation.

Students having high motivation means they will learn faster. Motivation and bonds are a crucial part of Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

This is the end of our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Motivation System guide. Hope this helps you in your journey.

After a long wait Fire Emblem: Three House is available. It features a ton of content and activities for you to perform. Fire Emblem: Three Houses Garreg Mach Monastery guide will explain various activities and their importance in the game. Players should understand that Garreg Mach Monastery is one of the most important sites in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Garreg Mach Monastery is located at the heart of Fodlan.

For those who don’t know, Fodlan is a continent in Three Houses. It connects all of the major nations in the new Fire Emblem game.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Garreg Mach Monastery

The first this our guide will discuss is the nature and purpose of Garred Mach Monastery. As the name suggests, it is a religious site that operates as the HQ for the Church of Seiros. It plays the same role for the Officer’s Academy, a location where children from all three major Fire Emblem nations train. Moreover, the Garreg Mach Monastery hosts an elite order of Knights.

While there are a ton of classes in the game, one of the only playable characters is Byleth. You can play a male or female Byleth and choose the best class.  Your main character is allowed to roam freely in the Mach Monastery. You can freely explore the location and can fast travel to it later on after visiting it for the time.

Byleth will be offered to teach at the Garreg Mach Monastery at the beginning of the game. Fire Emblem: Three Houses has three houses you can train/teach – The Black Eagles, The Blue Lions, and The Golden Deer. Choose the one you find most interesting.

Keep in mind that whichever house you choose is going to be your main house for battles in the future. Choosing the right house is the most crucial decision you’ll make in Three Houses.

The house you choose will initially comprise of 8 units including the Young Lord, the Lord who will rule the nation.

Most of the starting section of the game is set in the Garreg Mach Monastery. Here you will teach young students the art of combat, and do side quests while training your students.

Sundays Activities

There are multiple options available to you on Sundays. You can explore, do side quests, and more. Keep in mind that you can only select a single option at the time. Each option you choose comes with benefits and caveats. But overall, all of the Sundays activities at the Garreg Mach Monastery are fun.

  • Seminars — If you love to teach you can do so on Sundays as well. You and your trainees can attend Seminars on Sundays. These are hosted by a teacher (including Byleth) who shows off his skills
  • Explore — If no other activity interests you, explore the monastery
  • Rest — You can take a break and just rest for the day
  • Battle — If you are not the resting kind, participate in a low-tier battle to show and hon your skills

Seminar Hosts

Like we mentioned, Byleth and another teacher can host a seminar together for the students. You can invite a teacher to discuss and show his skills to your trainees. Keep in mind that while it might help with their knowledge, it can bring down their motivation levels for the next day. It is a no-brainer that students don’t like to learn on Sundays. So use this activity wisely when the motivation to learn is high.

Who Can Host Seminars?

  • Byleth – Skill Focus: Sword, Authority
  • Seteth – Skill Focus: Spear, Authority
  • Catherine – Skill Focus: Sword, Brawl
  • Shamir – Skill Focus: Spear, Bow
  • Hanneman – Skill Focus: Bow, Reason
  • Alois – Skill Focus: Axe, Brawl
  • Catherine – Skill Focus: Sword, Brawl
  • Shamir – Skill Focus: Spear, Bow
  • Manuela – Skill Focus: Sword, Faith
  • Gilbert – Skill Focus: Spear, Axe

Exploration Tips and Details

If you decide to explore the Garreg Mach Monastery in Fire Emblem Three Houses, you have made a wise choice. It is the best way to know the surroundings and meet new people. You can walk around and engage with different crowds at the Garreg Mach Monastery. You can find interest points and complete tasks at the cost of Activity points.

In order to explore the Monastery, you need to enter the explorations mode. It is to be noted that you can keep exploring the Mach Monastery in Fire Emblem Three House even if you run out of Activity Points. Time doesn’t pass while exploring the Monastery.

Exploration Activities and Points of Interest

There are multiple points of interest.

  • Garden
  • Fishing Hole
  • Dining Hall
  • Officer’s Academy
  • Advise Box in the Monastery (Costs Zero Activity Points)

Activities To Do  In Fire Emblem Three Houses Monastery

  • Increase bonds and motivation by ordering special foods from the kitchen. Give the food to the students
  • Complete tasks for others you meet in the Garreg Mach Monastery
  • Speak with students and other teachers to know more about them
  • Use an Amiibo Gazebo to summon the Amiibo that grants gifts and items
  • Recruit students from rival houses by engaging with them in activities
  • Engaging in activities with students to increase bond and motivation

Weekly Instructions

It should be clear by now that you get one day off per week. You also get missions that last around a month. Of course, you get several options to choose from, how you want to spend your time during your day-off.

At the end of each month, you can review your battle map. During your time at the Mach Monastery is spent training young students. Training students is fun but often times the activity becomes repetitive. The good news is that you can auto-train students to enhance their skills. While this method is convenient, it affects skills. It’ll be up to the AI to decide which skills are trained. You’ll have no control over it.

On the other hand, if you decide to painstakingly train your students manually, you will have complete control over your students and their skills. You will be able to focus on individual students and raise a better battle team.

The best way is to boost your bonds with students by offering them special foods, help them master certain skills, and give them group tasks to complete.

There are multiple factors that decide how much time it takes for a student to master a skill. Each student has its own weaknesses and strengths. The best tip is to focus on the skill they are most interested in.

Student Skill

  • Sword
  • Spears
  • Authority
  • Heavy Armor
  • Riding
  • Flying
  • Axe
  • Bow
  • Brawl (Fist Weapon)
  • Reason (Spells)
  • Faith (Holy)

This was our Fire Emblem: Three Houses Garreg Mach Monastery guide. Hope this helps you.

Update: Activision has denied TheGamingRevolution’s claim. The company says Jason Blundell is still working at Treyarch.

Original Story: According to YouTuber TheGamingRevolution, Treyarch’s Jason Blundell was fired after the pre-Black Ops 3 and 4 campaign disasters. Black Ops 3 campaign is underwhelming, to say the least, and there are rumors that they axed Black Ops 4 story mode in favor of Blackout Battle Royale. The story mode never came together with the way the development team wanted.

There were issues with the development of both games but the final straw is something else. Jason keeps drinking and giving out Black Ops 4 leaks under the influence, TheGamingRevolution claims.


At this point, people don’t care about Black Ops 4 leaks but reportedly Activision didn’t take it well.


Along with Jason, 9 other executives lost their jobs. No one knows exactly what’s going on but the word on the street is, Activision had enough of the lackluster Call of Duty products. Earlier reports say that Zombies mode leaks had a role to play but now we are hearing the scrapped campaign is also the main cause. Of course, combine these two and Activision had a valid reason to fire him.

This is a developing story, we will have more for you once further details arrive.

You got to love modders, right? Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Modders have created a convenience mod to rush bosses. It lets you skip large chunks of the game and skip to the toughest boss fights.

The new Sekiro mod lets you skip to any boss, in any order you want. With the Boss Rush mod downloaded and installed, you can choose from a list of Sekiro bosses with the Sculptor’s Idol at the Dilapidated Temple, and warp to the boss arena of your choice.

You can jump into battle with Lady Butterfly, Divine Dragon, or the Corrupted Monk right from the get-go. It is to be noted that a boss is defined as any enemy that gives you a memory, according to modder “Thefifthmatt.”

This means you won’t be able to jump to the Great Serpents and Chained Ogres.

Key features

  • Select bosses from the Dilapidated Temple Sculptor’s Idol and also warp from one boss to the next
  • Win money and XP from bosses to get items and upgrades
  • Many many small conveniences and skips

Moreover, the boss rush Sekiro mod gives you a coin purse with 1,000 sen every time for killing an enemy. You can spend the sen on shop items. The boss rush mod can also be used as an XP farming tool. Each time you kill a boss you get XP. Sekiro boss rush mod is available to download from Nexus mods.