True Chivalry is a paralogue chapter in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is available from Chapter 8 to Chapter 11. In order to attempt this paralogue, the player must have recruited Felix, and he must not have fallen in battle previously. In this chapter, Felix is called to Fraldarius territory to subdue a bandit attack.
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Felix approaches Byleth and explains that ever since the Tragedy of Duscur, public order in Faerghus has disintegrated and bandit attacks are common; Felix's father Rodrigue has recalled him to Fraldarius territory to drive off one such attack. Felix asks Byleth and the students to accompany him.
With Felix and Byleth's aid, Rodrigue drives off the bandits. Afterwards, Rodrigue thanks them for their aid and admits he wouldn't have been able to face King Lambert if the village fell, but Felix accuses him of caring more about his ego than his subjects. A weary Rodrigue explains that his elder son Glenn died in the Tragedy of Duscur; he feels that Glenn died a hero's death and would have never forgiven himself if he had abandoned Lambert, but Felix feels that Rodrigue places no value on Glenn as a person.
Safety for the people of the Kingdom has been a growing concern, and Fraldarius territory is no exception. Felix has been called upon to help restore order back home.
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This section details unofficial strategies that may help with completion of the chapter. This may not work for everybody.
Your overarching goal is to protect the green NPC villagers from certain death at bandit hands. Unfortunately, they are all fairly far away from your starting position and are pretty dumb, so speed is of the essence. Start smashing your way through any bandit within reach and rush west and south. Cavalry and especially fliers are very useful for this map. Fortunately, the Kingdom soldiers are actually relatively strong and can hold the line until you reinforce them. On turn 2, Rodrigue will order the villagers to bolt for an escape point in the southwest, so it's a race to get over there and take out the enemies in the way so they can escape safely. Taking out the enemy strongholds suppresses their reinforcements, so make sure to get that done. If you can send a fast-moving unit up to take out the boss fast, you shouldn't have too much trouble earning the Aegis Shield. It doesn't actually matter if the villagers reach the escape point; as long as they are still breathing at the end of the chapter, it counts as a victory.
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