|Falling Short of Heaven
Fog of war
||Your adoptive father, Lord Lonato, had connections to the Western Church. I understand that you want answers. But our objective is to punish, not to investigate. We can't let you jeopardize the mission.
Falling Short of Heaven (Japanese: ともに天を戴かず Neither Side submits to Heaven’s Rule) is a paralogue chapter in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is available from Chapter 9 to Chapter 11. In order to attempt this paralogue, the player must have recruited Ashe or Catherine and neither one must have fallen in battle previously. In this chapter, Rhea and Catherine set out to subdue the Western Church, and Ashe accompanies them to avenge Lonato.
- Main article: Falling Short of Heaven/Script
Catherine asks Byleth and their students to accompany Rhea and the Knights of Seiros to subdue the Western Church and execute their bishop. Ashe overhears the conversation and begs to accompany them, bent on getting revenge for their role in Lonato's death. Byleth agrees, and the group sets out for the Western Church's territory. However, the Western Church ambushes them using a fog as cover. The Knights of Seiros and Byleth's class manages to drive off the enemies and slay the bishop. Afterwards, Catherine sends Byleth back to Garreg Mach Monastery while she and Rhea handle the cleanup and install a new bishop. Ashe reveals he has been given some papers regarding his family.
When Catherine and the Knights of Seiros ride out to seek retribution against the Western Church for their attack on the archbishop, Ashe is eager to accompany them.
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- This paralogue only requires Ashe or Catherine to be in Byleth's class. If one of them is not a member of their class, they will be temporarily controllable for this map with the following stats.
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Ashe, Normal Ashe, Hard Ashe, Maddening Catherine, Normal Catherine, Hard Catherine, Maddening
- Turns 3, 6, and 9; stops if the eastern Bishop is defeated
- Turns 5 and 8; stops if the western Bishop is defeated
- 1/2/3 Assassins from the west, near the Bishop
This section details unofficial strategies that may help with completion of the chapter. This may not work for everybody.
Rhea is basically capable of sitting still and taking care of herself, so set out into the fog and take the fight to the Western Church. Split your forces into hunter-killer pairs - one guy goes into the fog to scout out the enemy, and the other darts in and kills them. Buying Torches or using the one dropped by an enemy Mage makes your life much easier. Be very careful when dealing with the Assassins in the northwest corner, as they are extremely fast and can rip you apart if you are too reckless. You can always use Divine Pulse to undo problems that arise from you getting hit from the fog.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions
||Definition, etymology and notes
||Falling Short of Heaven
||Neither side submits to heaven’s rule
||El obispo díscolo
||The disobediant bishop
||Aux portes du paradis
||At the gates of paradise
||An der Himmelspforte
||At the Heavenly Gate
||Il paradiso mancato
||The missed paradise
||공존할 수 없는 하늘
||Neither can coexist under heaven
||Cannot live under the same sky
||Cannot live under the same sky