Check out Fire Emblem: Three Houses guide to know about Group Tasks. Including its benefits & effects, how to use group tasks, and more!!!All Beginner's Guide & Tips List
How To Use Group Tasks
Can Be Assigned During Lecture Day
When you begin your Lecture Day, you can assign your Group Tasks from the Lecture menu. These don't cost any Activity Points and you'll get a cutscene with the results at the end of the week.
Group Tasks Don't Cost Activity Points
Group Tasks do not take any Activity Points and can be assigned every Lecture day. The results will differ, depending on which students you've assigned together and what task you've assigned them to.
Choose From 3 Options To Grow Student Skills
You'll be given 3 Group Tasks to choose from, each focusing on a specific skill - Riding, Heavy Armor, and Flying. At the end of the Group Task, the students you've assigned will increase their experience in these specific skills.Check Out How To Raise Student Skills!
Assign 2 Students To Work Together
Group Tasks - Effects
Increases Specific Skill Experience
Students chosen to work on the Group Task will get an increase in skill experience of that chosen task. Students who have an affinity for the task will get a bigger increase.
Increases Support Levels Between Two Students
Support points will also increase between the two students chosen to work on the Group Task. This is important for them to fight better or do linked attacks in the battlefield.
Gives Monetary Rewards & Items
At the end of the Group Task, depending on your results, you'll get monetary rewards and items that will help you in your gameplay.
Group Tasks - Tips
Choose Student With Affinity To Group Task
To get better results in the Group Task, make sure to assign at least 1 student with an affinity for the work. This is shown by the upward blue arrows on the left side of their icon.
Assign Students With Good Expected Results
You can also encourage better results depending on the students Support Levels. 2 Students who have higher Support Levels will have better results in the Group Task.