This page outlines all the correct choices when going on an Expedition with Edelgard in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.
From Chapter 5, you can invite characters to Expeditions by speaking to them at base camp, when you have a support rank of at least C. It’s essentially Three Hopes’s version of tea parties.
Choosing “Talk” will make the character bring up a random subject. Meanwhile, choosing “Question” will let you choose the subject. Either way, after the character makes a comment, you can reply with one of three dialogue choices. Only one is correct.
|Though I don’t see them, I know Hubert’s people are out there somewhere, watching us.||Suggest you look for them.|
|I thought outings like this were a noble pastime, but I see you’re an expert at it as well.||Say that you’re just acting like one.|
|Do you ever wish you could be completely and utterly alone? It is a daily dream for me.||Express concern for her.|
|The sun is so warm on my skin. I see why people pine for it so.||Say you’re one of those people.|
|There are hunting grounds near Enbarr that the Imperial family uses for outings.||Invite her to hunt with you.|
|Tell me if you see any pretty flowers. Not to pluck, mind you—just to admire.||Promise you will.|
|What are you thinking about? You look as if your mind is a dozen leagues away.||Say you’re thinking about dinner.|
|Ask about their likes.||I adore nature, which is precisely why I treasure days such as this.||Smile.|
|Ask about their dislikes.||I dislike convention. I can’t stand missing a good opportunity simply because I’m “not supposed to.”||State your thoughts.|
|Ask about dreams for the future.||My dream is to sit about and simply do…nothing. Sadly, there’s so much demanded of me it will likely remain a dream until my final days.||Give a pep talk.|
|Ask about their worries.||Oh, I could go on and on about all of my intractable problems. How much time do you have?||Act dependable.|
|Ask about their family.||I’d rather not talk about that right now. Perhaps some evening, when sleep eludes me.||Let that sink in for a moment.|
|Ask about memories of the past.||Have I told you about the boy who gave me the dagger? I called him “Dee,” which is all I really remember about him.||Be envious.|
|Ask about their friends.||I’m lucky they’re all so capable, as are you. I do hope you see that.||Give a pep talk.|
|Ask about preferred fighting style.||I don’t object to swords or magic, but an axe has always felt most natural in my hand. I’m not sure why.||Ask for more details.|
|Ask what they think of you.||I hope I’m paying you adequately for your service. The Imperial army would be lost without you.||Act dependable.|
|Ask what they think of you.||I hope you’ll continue to lend me your strength long after this war is over.||Be shocked.|
|Ask about any personal news.||Me? Oh, I suppose I can’t complain.||Express worry.|
|Ask about any personal news.||Don’t worry, I’m taking care not to overwork myself.||Express worry.|