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Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

How to Unlock Save Data Bonuses in Three Hopes

By
Nathan Garvin

Information about Save Data Bonuses in Fire Emblem Three Hopes, including how to earn and unlock Saved Data Bonuses.

How to Unlock Save Data Bonuses

If you have save data from either Fire Emblem Warriors or Fire Emblem Three Houses on your Switch, you’ll be able to claim some bonus rewards. Once you reach camp after the second Main Quest (Prologue Chapter 2: Three Houses) you can enter the Menu by pressing Joy-Con-ButtonMinus. Navigate to the “Bonuses” menu, where you’ll find the options amiibo Presents and “Save Data Bonuses”, the latter of which is of current interest.

If you have save data from Fire Emblem Warriors or Fire Emblem Three Houses, youll gain a modest reward in Fire Emblem Three Hopes.

Once you select this option the game will search for relevant saved data on your Nintendo Switch console, and if it finds any data you’ll obtain the following rewards:

  • 5,000G
  • Smithing Stone x50
  • Owl Feather x5

5,000G is a moderate sum of gold which you can use to purchase items once you unlock the Base Camp in Chapter 4. Smithing Stones are common but useful ores that can be used to forge or repair weapons (you’ll regularly obtain around ten of these per Side Quest) while Owl Feathers are Gifts you can give to characters to boost their Support Rank. All in all, these rewards are something you could obtain in-game by just completing several low-level Side Missions, and aren’t anything to get too worked up about.

You will receive the same reward regardless of what game’s save data you have on your system. If you have save data from both Fire Emblem Warriors and Fire Emblem Three Houses, you will receive the aforementioned rewards twice. These bonuses are a one-time only reward. While you can claim these rewards in Chapter 2, they won’t really serve much purpose until Chapter 4, when you can actually use them.

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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Platforms,
    Switch
  • Genre
    Hack-n-slash, RPG
  • Guide Release
    19 June 2022
  • Last Updated
    29 July 2022
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