Fire Emblem: Three Houses has a whole host of features and activities to lose yourself in, which can often mean you miss out on how some of the other mechanics work. Amiibo functionality is included in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, granting rewards of handy items for cooking, fishing, fighting and more. However, you can’t just pop a figure on anywhere and expect results. In this guide we’ll teach you how to use Amiibo in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
How to use Amiibo in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
To use Amiibo in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you need to visit the Amiibo Gazebo (congratulations on that rhyme, localizers). This can only be accessed during the Explore phases at the Monastery. When you’re out and about, head to the gardens that are between the Entrance Hall and Reception Hall. The Amiibo Gazebo is on the western side, close to the Dining Hall.
Here you’ll find a strange orb in the center of the garden, which should have the name Amiibo Gazebo. Interact with this and you’ll have the chance to use an Amiibo. Touch one to the appropriate spot on your controller and you’ll cause several items to spawn in the area around the Gazebo. Most Amiibo generate randomly useful items such as food ingredients, seeds or fishing bait, but Fire Emblem Amiibo like Marth will unlock rarer special items. Unfortunately, we don’t have a list of all the items earned through each Fire Emblem Amiibo, but if you’ve got one then it’s well worth using it.
You only need to use an Amiibo once in Fire Emblem: Three Houses to reap a permanent benefit. Each time you return to the garden you’ll find new items have spawned for you to collect. This also works between save files, so as long as you’ve touched an amiibo in one of your games, you’re good to go.
That’s all there is n how to use Amiibo in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, pretty simple right? There are far more complicated things to learn however, including who to give all the Lost Items to, how to reclass or view Support Conversations in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.