|The Goddess's Rite of Rebirth
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||I cannot thank you enough for defeating those invaders in the Holy Mausoleum, and especially for protecting the Sword of the Creator. That sword is one of the Heroes' Relics, and the most precious artifact in the church's possession. It is also a weapon of terrifying power. For now...I will entrust the sword to you. Please, use it wisely.
The Goddess's Rite of Rebirth is the fourth chapter of Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
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In light of the assassination threat against Rhea, Byleth's mission for the month is to aid in the security detail for the upcoming Rite of Rebirth. Byleth and their students realize that the way they found the assassination plot out was too easy and deduce that it is a distraction for some other objective. They conclude that the true goal is to break into the Holy Mausoleum where the remains of Saint Seiros are allegedly stored. At the end of the month, the class ambushes a group of thieves led by a mysterious Death Knight clad in armor designed to look like the Grim Reaper. Circumventing or overpowering the Death Knight, the party routs the thieves. A mage manages to break open Seiros' coffin, but only finds a sword. Byleth takes the sword and discovers it is a relic that they can wield. Afterwards, Rhea reveals that the sword is the Sword of the Creator, the weapon wielded by the Liberation King Nemesis. She entrusts the blade to Byleth. Elsewhere, the masked individual and an unidentified accomplice discuss the events that occurred in the tomb. The masked individual decides to allow Byleth to keep the Sword of the Creator and wait for more information before acting, and allows their accomplice to take command of the Death Knight.
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This month's quests unlock tournaments and tea parties. Tournaments allow your units to participate in a 5-round tournament based on a single weapon with cash and valuable items as prizes. Each fight lasts for four phases of combat, and if time runs out you are automatically declared the loser even if you haven't taken a single point of damage and your foe is one right hook away from a long trip to the infirmary. You also have two chances to heal your unit throughout the tournament, which can be spent at any time between rounds (including consecutively). Tea parties allow you to bond with a unit, and can now be triggered in place of buying birthday flowers. You can offer a unit tea and converse with them; if you give responses they like, your support with them and both you and the other unit's charm stat will increase. Also note that there's a particularly brutal cavalry boss coming up this month. If you're a Golden Deer, having Lysithea at B Reason for Dark Spikes T would be really helpful. If not, it is currently unknown whether she would have B Reason if you borrow her services for the month. You could always push someone to level 10 to make them a Thief so you can steal the Dark Seal they carry without having to actually fight them.
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