Find out what Activity Points and how to get more in Fire Embled: Three Houses in this guide. This includes what you can use Activity Points for & how to increase your Professor Level!All Beginner's Guide & Tips List
What are Activity Points?
Activity Points are spent to do participate in an activity and spend time with your students. There's a limited amount of them, determining just how much you can do within a day.
There are a variety of activities you can do during your free time with your students, including Choir Practice and sharing a meal together. Doing some of them even have benefits, such as increasing character motivation.Check Out How to Increase Motivation Here
Every time you instruct or enhance the skills of a student, it will take up an Activity Point. Once you run out, you won't be able to teach them anymore until your Activity Points replenish.Check Out How to Raise Student Skills Here
You can hold a mock battle once a week for your students to participate in. Characters won't permanently die from Mock Battles even with the Classic Mode.Check Out the Different Game Modes Here
Student Quests Do Not Require Activity Points
Quests given to you by your students will not cost any Activity Points. You're free to do them even if you have no Activity Points anymore.
How to Get More Activity Points
Amount is Based on Professor Level
As an E-rank professor, you start with only 1 explore, 3 lesson, and 1 battle activity points to spend. The amount will increase as you rank up your Professor Level.
Increase Professor Level to Get More Activity Points
Doing quests for your students and eating meals with them are just some ways to increase your renown and your professor ranking. Do activities that you're sure will give you renown.