All Prologue choices in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

The dialogue choices, options, and consequences available in the Prologue of Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

As you play through Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you’ll have to choose how you respond to each character. Pick the right dialogue choice and you’ll earn points with that character. Answer incorrectly and you’ll lose points. To help you get the best possible relationship stats with each character, we’ve been charting our responses to determine which answers are the best. Below, you’ll find all choices available in the Prologue and all responses, including which responses to pick in Fire Emblem: Three Houses!

All Prologue choices in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

All Prologue choices in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Every dialogue option, response, and way to earn relationship points in the Prologue section of Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
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At the beginning of Fire Emblem: Three Houses you’re greeted by a girl with long, green hair. Later, it’s revealed that the girl’s name is Sothis. Similar to other characters in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you can build your relationship with Sothis by answering her questions correctly.

Things like your name and birthday don’t have right or wrong answers, but the way you respond to other questions from Sothis can impact your relationship with her. You’ll also be introduced to Jeralt and other characters during the Prologue who will talk to you and ask you questions. To help you answer everything correctly, we’ve listed all of the questions and answers from the Prologue below!

Who are you?

“I am a Ghost”
   Sothis tells you not to lie.

“I am a Demon”
   Sothis tells you not to lie.

“I am a Mortal”
   This is the correct answer.

Having that dream again?

“I was dreaming about war”
   Jeralt explains that there hasn’t been a war for quite some time.

“I was dreaming about a young girl”
   Jeralt notes he remembers hearing you speak about her before, but doesn’t know who she might be.

We’re leaving at dawn

“Oh right…”
   Lose points with Jeralt.

“Of course”
   Gain points with Jeralt.

But who called me that?

“What are you talking about?”
   Sothis restates the fact that she wants to know why she remembered her name just now.

“Sothis?”
   Sothis explains that she couldn’t recall her name until now, and is confused.

What does that make you?

“I am no child”
   No points lost or gained, but Sothis scolds you for being careless.

“I’m less than a child”
   Gain points with Sothis.

You would have died

“Thanks”
   Sothis is happy and smiles after you bow to her.

“You can stop time?”
   Sothis is annoyed, noting that your response doesn’t sound like gratitude.

Time has stopped

“What happens when time resumes?”
   Sothis explains you will die as the axe cuts through your flesh.

“What now?”
   Sothis offers the same explanation as the other response, that you will die when time resumes.

Now what to do

“Turn back time”
   Gain points with Sothis.

“Keep me frozen until I am safe”
   Sothis points out this would be ridiculous.

“I’ll stay here and wait to die”
   Lose points with Sothis.

Are you the Captain’s child?

“He is a stranger to me”
   Lose points with Jeralt.

“I’m a bandit”
   Gain points with Alois.

“That is correct”
   No points lost or gained with Alois or Jeralt.

Have I missed anything?

“The Knights of Seiros?”
   Edelgard is surprised you aren’t familiar with them.

“I didn’t know he was a Captain.”
   Gain points with Edelgard.

Where are you from?

“Adrestian Empire”
   Gain points with Edelgard.

“Holy Kingdom of Faerghus”
   Gain points with Dimitri.

“Leicaster Alliance”
   Gain points with Claude.

Each of the three is most unique

Select all responses to learn more.

To be forced to see her now

“Her?”
   Jeralt gives backstory about Lady Rhea.

“You’ve been here before?”
   Jeralt gives backstory about his time as a Knight.

Lady Rhea

“The Archbishop?”
   Jeralt gives backstory on the Archbishop.

“Lady Rhea?”
   Jeralt explains that Lady Rhea is the Archbishop.

What is your name?

“My name is…”
   Gain points.

“...”
   No points lost or gained.

I must work here?

“As a Mercenary?”
   Jeralt explains you’re to be a teacher.

“As a Servant?”
   Jeralt explains you’re to be a teacher.

Meeting Manuela

“You’re a Physician?”
   Manuela laughs and says that yes, when she isn’t teaching she works in the Infirmary.

“A Songstress?”
   Gain points with Manuela.

That concludes all of the choices, answers, and correct dialogue responses from the Prologue of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Here, you have the ability to gain points with Sothis, Jeralt, and the members of each house before you begin Chapter 1.

Now that you know all of the Prologue choices in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, be sure to read through some of our other guides including all romanceable characters in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, how to recruit characters in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and which house to pick in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. Need something? Morgan can be reached at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or if you like, you can say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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