How to earn more Activity Points in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

The best way to increase your available Activity Points in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, certain days are set aside for free exploration around the Monastery. To engage in support-building activities and increase your Professor Level, you’ll need to have Activity Points available. Once you spend all of your Activity Points, you may find yourself wondering if there are ways to earn more. To simplify everything, we’ve put together a quick guide on how to earn more Activity Points in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

How to earn more Activity Points in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

How to earn more Activity Points in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Activity Points are tied directly to your Professor Level in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. To earn more Activity Points, you'll need to increase your Professor Level.
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During your free exploration days in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you’re given a set number of Activity Points to use however you desire. Using Activity Points, you’ll be able to complete activities and increase your Professor Level. For example, you can go fishing, share a meal with your favorite characters, complete choir practice, and more.

When you run out of Activity Points, you won’t be able to complete any more activities that day. To earn more Activity Points in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you’ll need to raise your Professor Level. If you’re struggling to increase your Professor Level in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, be sure to read through our previous guide. The higher your Professor Level, the more Activity Points you’ll have available.

For example, if your Professor Level is at E, you’ll only have 1 Battle, 1 Explore, and 3 Lesson Activity Points available. What’s interesting is that activities you spend Activity Points on are not only tied to Professor Level, they also help increase your Professor Level as well. Of course, they’re not the only ways to increase your Professor Level.

Note that things like quests assigned to you by students and faculty members don’t require Activity Points to complete. As such, we recommend exploring the Monastery in full during each of your exploration days in order to speak with students and receive any quests that may be available. As you explore, you may stumble across find Lost Items.

By picking these up and returning them to their original owner, your relationship with that owner increases. Similar to quests, you don’t need Activity Points to find and return Lost Items. Overall, you’ll want to use your Activity Points sparingly at first. As you increase your Professor Level, you’ll earn more Activity Points, allowing you to complete more activities during each of your free days.

Now that you know how to earn more Activity Points in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, be sure to read through some of our other guides including all Class Mastery bonuses in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, how to repair weapons in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and all Advice Box answers 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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