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Where to spend Renown points in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

Use your Renown points to improve your characters in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.
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You receive Renown in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes after the conclusion of a major battle. These are significant moments in your campaign, which means you will want to ensure you’re well-prepared to take on the challenges, with a strong party and powerful weapons for you. An excellent way to enhance your characters is by spending your Renown points. In this guide, we’re going to cover where you need to go to spend your Renown points in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.

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Where to use Renown points

After earning Renown points, make your way to your War Camp and wander over to your personal tent. You can quickly find this by bringing up the Explore Camp options and picking your Personal Quarters under the Location tab. This will fast travel you to this location, cutting your travel time down considerably.

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Here, you need to walk over to your Journal, and the final option will be to spend your Renown points. There will be multiple choices for you to select, and not all of them are immediately available. You will need to progress through Three Hopes to unlock them all, allowing you to expand and improve the characters in your roster through the use of Renown points.

If you’re trying to earn as many Renown points as possible, we recommend not taking over every small territory and immediately going for the larger battle. The fewer territories you control before starting a significant battle, the more Renown you earn at the end, but you will lose multiple resources to improve your camp, side quests, and Strategy Resources to use for your Strategies.

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