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Class mastery (Japanese: 兵種技能 class ability) is a mechanic first introduced in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Units in Three Houses earn experience towards mastery of their class, and learn a new ability or combat art upon earning enough experience.
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In Three Houses, units earn experience towards mastering their class in battles. Units gain 1 point of class mastery experience at the end of combat; they earn this experience even if they do not initiate the combat or attack within it. Spending 2,000 renown at the Cethleann Saint Statue increases the mastery experience every unit earns by 1; additionally, equipping the Mastermind ability or Knowledge Gem item increases the mastery experience the equipping unit earns by 100%.
The amount of experience a unit needs to reach mastery depends on the class:
|Class tier||Unique classes||Required experience|
|Intermediate||Dancer, Enlightened One||100|
|Advanced, Special||Armored Lord, High Lord, Wyvern Master||150|
|Master||Emperor, Great Lord, Barbarossa, Death Knight||200|
When a unit earns enough experience to master their class, they gain an ability or combat art—sometimes both—based on the class mastered. Most abilities and all combat arts learned through class mastery are only accessible to the player through mastery. Abilities learned through class mastery can be equipped in any other class, as can combat arts from beginner and intermediate classes; however, combat arts from advanced, special, master, and unique classes are locked to that class (e.g. Hunter's Volley can only be used by Snipers).
|Enlightened One||Sacred Power|
|Armored Lord||Pomp & Circumstance|
|High Lord||Pomp & Circumstance|
|Wyvern Master||Pomp & Circumstance|
|Monk||Magic +2||Draw Back|
|Armored Knight||Armored Blow|
|Dark Mage||Poison Strike|
|Pegasus Knight||Darting Blow||Triangle Attack|
|Wyvern Rider||Seal Defense|
|Grappler||Tomebreaker||Fierce Iron Fist|
|Trickster||Duelist's Blow||Foul Play|
|War Monk||Brawl Avo +20||Pneuma Gale|
|War Cleric||Brawl Avo +20||Pneuma Gale|
|Note: These classes are downloadable content, part of the Cindered Shadows expansion. They are unlocked only after completing Cindered Shadows Chapter 1.|
|Falcon Knight||Defiant Avo|
|Wyvern Lord||Defiant Crit|
|Mortal Savant||Warding Blow|
|Great Knight||Defiant Def|
|Bow Knight||Defiant Spd|
|Dark Knight||Seal Resistance|
|Holy Knight||Defiant Res|
|War Master||Quick Riposte||War Master's Strike|
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology, and notes|
Dominio de clase
Talent de classe
Perfezionamento della classe
병과 기술 능력
Class skill ability
|Fire Emblem: Three Houses|