This page outlines all the correct choices when going on an Expedition with Holst 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.
|In the end, training one’s body doesn’t count for much—the mind is what truly matters.||Say you should spar sometime.|
|My battles with Almyra molded me into the soldier I am today. Perhaps I ought to thank them for that.||Say that you also have a good rival.|
|Some believe a Crest is all it takes to be a great noble, but I fully intend to prove otherwise.||Ask if he’s doing that for his sister.|
|The key to a healthy body is a well-regimented life. Early to bed and early to rise, and the like. I suggest you give it a try!||Proudly inform him you already do.|
|I learned much at the academy. It will be difficult to replace an institution of that caliber.||Say it would require trial and error.|
|To accept the teachings of Seiros unquestioningly is to abandon reason itself.||Eagerly vow to study for yourself.|
|I often share vital intelligence with Claude, such as which mushrooms are and are not poisonous.||Say you have wisdom to share too.|
|Ask about their likes.||I actually quite enjoy working in the kitchen. Mushroom dishes are my specialty!||Be pleased.|
|Ask about their dislikes.||I’ve no fondness for gambling—I’ve seen far too many people ruin their lives to go down that path myself.||Reach out and commiserate.|
|Ask about dreams for the future.||Beyond protecting my land and my family, what more can I ask for?||Smile.|
|Ask about their worries.||I try not to worry, at least not about things I can’t change. I simply do what I can and keep putting one foot in front of the other!||Give a pep talk.|
|Ask about their family.||Watching over my younger sister is both my duty and my entire reason for living.||Be confounded.|
|Ask about memories of the past.||As a youth, I ran with quite the crowd of hooligans. Oh, we were a fearless bunch!||Be envious.|
|Ask about their friends.||If you forge strong relationships with your comrades, you’ll fight much more effectively when it counts.||Reach out and commiserate.|
|Ask about preferred fighting style.||Solo charges on horseback were once my specialty, but they tend to make my subordinates nervous, so I try to restrain myself.||Reach out and commiserate.|
|Ask what they think of you.||You have a lot of potential. Don’t squander it.||Give a pep talk.|
|Ask what they think of you.||A Crest does not guarantee strength—you and I will prove that to the world!||Champion that cause.|
|Ask about any personal news.||My sister has been cold to me of late. I wonder what it is about me that bothers her.||Give advice.|
|Ask about any personal news.||Fighting at the side of youngsters like yourself has been invigorating!||Reach out and commiserate.|