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Abyss (pronounced /əbɪs/[key]) was introduced as a part of the downloadable content of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It's located beneath Garreg Mach Monastery at the center of Fódlan, and it's a safe haven for those who have been shunned by the people on the surface of Fódlan.
Abyss was created in agreement with the Church of Seiros to be a place where people can take refuge if they so need it. Some time before the events of the game, Aelfric created the Ashen Wolves house, the unofficial fourth house that is not recognized by the Officer's Academy. In the Cindered Shadows side story, it is explained that Aelfric created the Ashen Wolves to gather those who bear the Crests of the Four Apostles, in order to resurrect Byleth's mother, Sitri, by performing a ritual known as the Rite of Rising. The ritual goes wrong, and Aelfric fuses with Sitri's corpse to form an Umbral Beast, and once the beast is slain, Archbishop Rhea disbands the Ashen Wolf house, and its members are freed from the confines of Abyss.
Characters from Abyss
|Former member of the Blue Lions and the adopted son of Count Rowe.||Three Houses|
Constance von Nuvelle
|The former heir to the fallen Imperial house, House Nuvelle.||Three Houses|
Balthus von Albrecht
|A minor Alliance noble who relinquished his title. Former student at the Officer's Academy.||Three Houses|
|A commoner from a hidden village in Faerghus.||Three Houses|
|Cardinal of the Church of Seiros, founder of the Ashen Wolves.||Three Houses|
Facilities and Locations
Collect a variety of discarded items once per month.
Improve supports and connect fates between two characters, in exchange for renown.
The dormitories for the four members of the Ashen Wolves. Yuri and Balthus's room is directly across from the Wayseer, while Constance and Hapi's room is across from the scrap heap.
Wilted Rose Inn
A judge for how well your students have grown. He rates each of your student's stats from one to five stars, and each stat can be highlighted blue, red, or no highlighting at all, which represents high, low, or average expected growth, respectively.
The statue of a pagan goddess, where you can exchange storehouse items for renown, or exchange renown for weapons and items.
Ashen Wolves Classroom
The classroom for the Ashen Wolf house. It has much of the same decor as the other classrooms on the surface.
Inspires influence in exchange for renown. Used in order to unlock new facilities in Abyss.
A collection of books deemed unworthy by the Church (mainly Seteth) to have in the library at the monastery.
Etymology and other languages
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