Who to give Lost Items to in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

A list of all Lost Items and who they belong to in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you’ll pick up Lost Items scattered about the Monastery. Rather than let these Lost Items collect dust in your inventory, it’s worth taking the time to return them to their previous owner. Of course, the game doesn’t exactly tell you who each Lost Item belongs to. To help, we’ve put together a quick guide on who to give your Lost Items to in Fire Emblem: Three Houses!

Who to give Lost Items to in Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Who to give Lost Items to in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you'll find Lost Items that you'll need to return to their original owners. While the game gives you clues, we thought we'd help by putting together a concise list of who each Lost Item belongs to! 
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As noted above, Lost Items can be found in and around the Monastery area of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. If you’ve only found a handful of Lost Items and wish to find more, you’ll need to explore the Monastery and keep an eye out for shimmering blue light on the ground, as this indicates the location of a Lost Item.

Keep in mind that each Lost Item has an original owner, and you’ll need to do a bit of sleuthing to determine who the Lost Item belongs to. By returning a Lost Item to its original owner, you’ll earn points with them. Characters can have multiple Lost Items to return, so even if you’ve already turned in a Lost Item to someone like Edelgard, that doesn’t rule her out as the potential owner of another Lost Item.

To simplify everything, we’ve put together a list featuring every Lost Item and who to give them to in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Note that this guide is a work-in-progress, be sure to check back as we update our Lost Items guide for Fire Emblem: Three Houses! 

Lost Items list

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Lost Items list guide
Here's a complete Lost Items guide for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. © Nintendo


  • Foreign Gold Coin
  • Introduction to Magic
  • Mysterious Notebook


  • School of Sorcery Book
  • Unfinished Score
  • Wax Diptych


  • Bundle of Herbs
  • Evil-Repelling Amulet
  • Moon Knight's Tale


  • Hedgehog Case
  • Needle and Thread
  • Still-Life Picture


  • Grounding Charm
  • Tattered Overcoat
  • Thunderbrand Replica


  • Badge of Graduation
  • Letter to Rhea
  • Weathered Cloak


  • Tactical Game Piece
  • Leather Bow Sheath
  • Mild Stomach Poison


  • Old Cleaning Cloth
  • Portrait of Rhea
  • Well-Used Hatchet


  • Gardening Shears
  • Gold Earring
  • Iron Cooking Pot


  • Black Leather Gloves
  • Dulled Longsword
  • Training Logbook


  • Lovely Comb
  • Silver Brooch
  • Songstress Poster


  • Eastern Porcelain
  • Time-Worn Quill Pen
  • White Glove 


  • Black Iron Spur
  • Sword Belt Fragment
  • Toothed Dagger 


  • Agricultural Survey
  • Bag of Tea Leaves
  • Maintenance Oil


  • Antique Clasp
  • Dusty Book of Fables 
  • Old Map of Enbarr 


  • Carving Hammer 
  • Noseless Puppet
  • Silver Necklace


  • Hammer and Chisel
  • Lens Cloth
  • Sketch of a Sigil


  • Handmade Hair Clip
  • Spotless Bandage
  • Used Bottle of Perfume


  • Folding Razor
  • Hresvelg Treatise
  • Noxious Handkerchief
  • Old Razor


  • Curry Comb
  • Jousting Almanac
  • Pegasus Horseshoes


  • Art Book
  • Blue Stone
  • Letter to the Goddess  


  • Crude Arrowheads 
  • Fur Scarf
  • Hand-Drawn Map


  • Animated Bait 
  • Feather Pillow
  • The Saints Revealed


  • Artificial Flower
  • A Treatise on Etiquette 
  • Silk Handkerchief 


  • Encyclopedia of Sweets
  • New Bottle of Perfume
  • Princess Doll 


  • Clean Dusting Cloth 
  • Light Purple Veil  
  • Wellness Herbs


  • Bag of Seeds 
  • Confessional Love Letter
  • How to be Tidy


  • Book of Ghost Stories
  • Fruit Preserves
  • How to Bake Sweets


  • Annotated Dictionary
  • Exotic Feather
  • Small Tanned Hide


  • Big Spoon
  • Burlap Sack of Rocks
  • Wooden Button


  • Old Fishing Rod
  • Snapped Writing Quill
  • Unfinished Fable 


  • Animal Bone Dice  
  • Bundle of Dry Hemp
  • Centipede Picture


  • Crumpled Love Letter
  • The History of Sreng
  • Unused Lipstick

Now that you know who to give Lost Items based on our list of original owners in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, we recommend reading through some of our other guides including all Prologue dialogue choices and answers in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, how to recruit characters in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and how to reclass your characters 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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