This page outlines all the correct choices when going on an Expedition with Seteth 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.
|Just as nobility must abide by their duty, my position demands certain responsibilities of me.||Respect his attitude.|
|The Holy Church of Seiros is the sole reason behind Fódlan’s long period of peace.||Ask for more details.|
|I consider the archbishop to be a kindred spirit and intend to continue supporting her however I can, no matter what trials may come.||Be jealous of their relationship.|
|Many think me rigid and unapproachable, but it is better to be feared than played for a fool.||Laugh and say he’s approachable.|
|Garreg Mach Monastery has been the heart and soul of the church for over a thousand years.||Show how knowledgeable you are.|
|I cannot defend every tenet of church doctrine, but the vast majority are worth adhering to.||Agree.|
|I know what it is like to have one’s parentage shrouded in mystery. Of course, in my case, it is because I choose not to make such details public.||Say you trust him.|
|Ask about their likes.||Did you know I compose fables in my spare time? I used to read them to the children at the monastery.||Express admiration.|
|Ask about their dislikes.||I despise half-hearted efforts. If something is worth doing, it is worth giving it your all!||Commend that.|
|Ask about dreams for the future.||So long as I can fulfill my duty when the time comes, that is sufficient.||Act dependable.|
|Ask about their worries.||I have no time to spare ruminating upon my personal tribulations. Rather, I must focus all my attention towards our surviving this war.||Give a pep talk.|
|Ask about their family.||My dear sister Flayn has a troubling physical ailment. I often find myself reminding her not to overexert herself.||Follow up with concern.|
|Ask about memories of the past.||I had a wife once. I lost her long ago, but her smile remains in my mind to this very day.||Be envious.|
|Ask about their friends.||I once stood beside one I could call a true friend. I trust he is still out there somewhere, alive and well…||Let that sink in for a moment.|
|Ask about preferred fighting style.||While personal prowess is important, clever strategic maneuvering is what makes or breaks a battle.||Give a pep talk.|
|Ask what they think of you.||I was not expecting you to invite me out like this. It appears there is yet much I do not understand about you.||Laugh.|
|Ask what they think of you.||Were it not for that mysterious power of yours, perhaps… No, forgive me. I should not say such things.||Act dependable.|
|Ask about any personal news.||I remain as busy as ever. Even during such times, the archbishop works tirelessly—and so must I.||Express admiration.|
|Ask about any personal news.||There is no time for weariness—though I must admit a desire to decompress now and again.||Act dependable.|