Fire Emblem: Three Houses Guide - Every Lost Item

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In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, your role as a professor extends into intense guidance--getting students ready for battle--and the more mundane realities of everyday life at Garreg Mach monastery. One of the more mundane things you'll do in your tenure is discover Lost Items dropped by students and faculty alike, and your job is to return them.

Each month, starting with Chapter Three, you can find Lost Items scattered all over the monastery. Every item will have a vague description of who it might belong to, which can be very confusing, especially when it comes to tracking down students that aren't in your class. In this guide, we've outlined every Lost Items we've encountered by chapter and listed who they belong to so you don't have to run around Garreg Mach for ages tracking them down.

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Like with gifts, Lost Items will increase your support bonds with characters and, if they're in your house, increase their motivation by half. We recommend only returning Lost Items to your students if they're not at max motivation. Also like with gifts, you can only return Lost Items to the house leaders and their bodyguard/retainer figure (Edelgard and Hubert, Dimitri and Dedue, and Claude and Hilda) if you're in their house. Note that this list does not yet include Dimitri and Dedue's Lost Items; we'll continue to update it as we play more.

If you want to try to find a Lost Item's owner yourself first, here's our best tip: Each month, Lost Items will appear in the areas people were standing the month prior. If you find a Lost Item in the Training Grounds, for example, think back to who was hanging out there when you explored the monastery last month and use that to guide you to the owner. (You can also refer to the list below, of course.)

Chapter Three

  • Hand Drawn Map -- Leonie
  • Sketch of a Sigil -- Hanneman
  • School of Sorcery Book -- Annette
  • Tattered Overcoat -- Caspar
  • White Glove -- Edelgard (Black Eagles only)
  • Wooden Flask -- Jeralt
  • Wooden Button -- Raphael

Chapter Four

  • Artificial Flower -- Lorenz
  • Badge of Graduation -- Catherine
  • Bag of Tea Leaves -- Ferdinand
  • Confessional Letter -- Marianne
  • Mysterious Notebook -- Alois
  • Noxious Handkerchief -- Hubert (Black Eagles only)
  • Thunderbrand Replica -- Caspar
  • Used Bottle of Perfume -- Hilda (Golden Deer only)
  • Wellness Herbs -- Manuela

Chapter Five

  • Art Book -- Ignatz
  • Curry Comb -- Ingrid
  • Encyclopedia of Sweets -- Lysithea
  • Exotic Feather -- Petra
  • Feather Pillow -- Linhardt
  • Needle and Thread -- Bernadetta
  • Portrait of Rhea -- Cyril
  • Sword Belt Fragment -- Felix
  • Unused Lipstick -- Sylvain

Chapter Six

  • Agricultural Survey -- Ferdinand
  • Antique Clasp -- Flayn
  • Bundle of Herbs -- Ashe
  • Hammer and Chisel -- Hanneman
  • How to Bake Sweets -- Mercedes
  • How to Be Tidy -- Marianne
  • Silver Brooch -- Dorothea
  • Silver Necklace -- Gilbert
  • Spotless Bandage -- Hilda (Golden Deer only)
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Chapter Seven

  • Black Iron Spur -- Felix
  • Bundle of Dry Hemp -- Shamir
  • Burlap Sack of Rocks -- Raphael
  • Hresvelg Treatise -- Hubert (Black Eagles only)
  • Letter to Rhea -- Catherine
  • Jousting Almanac -- Ingrid
  • Small Tanned Hide -- Petra
  • Time-Worn Quill Pen -- Edelgard (Black Eagles only)

Chapter Eight

  • A Treatise on Etiquette -- Lorenz
  • Clean Dusting Cloth -- Manuela
  • Crumpled Love Letter -- Sylvain
  • Crude Arrowheads -- Leonie
  • Foreign Gold Coin -- Alois
  • Fruit Preserves -- Mercedes
  • Mild Stomach Poison -- Claude (Golden Deer only)
  • Old Map of Enbarr -- Flayn
  • Still-Life Picture -- Bernadetta
  • Songstress Poster -- Dorothea
  • The Saints Revealed -- Linhardt
  • Unfinished Fable -- Seteth
  • Well-Used Hatchet -- Cyril

Chapter Nine

  • Animated Bait -- Linhardt
  • Big Spoon -- Raphael
  • Blue Stone -- Ignatz
  • Book of Ghost Stories -- Mercedes
  • Carving Hammer -- Gilbert
  • Centipede Picture -- Shamir
  • Evil-Repelling Amulet -- Ashe
  • Folding Razor -- Hubert (Black Eagles only)
  • Lens Cloth -- Hanneman
  • Old Cleaning Cloth -- Cyril
  • Old Fishing Rod -- Seteth
  • Princess Doll -- Lysithea

Chapter Ten

  • Animal Bone Dice -- Shamir
  • Bag of Seeds -- Marianne
  • Board Game Piece -- Claude (Golden Deer only)
  • Dusty Book of Fables -- Flayn
  • Eastern Porcelain -- Edelgard (Black Eagles only)
  • Fur Scarf -- Leonie
  • Handmade Hair Clip -- Hilda (Golden Deer only)
  • Introduction to Magic -- Alois
  • Letter to the Goddess -- Ignatz
  • Light Purple Veil -- Manuela
  • Lovely Comb -- Dorothea
  • Noseless Puppet -- Gilbert
  • Pegasus Horseshoes -- Ingrid
  • Snapped Writing Quill -- Seteth
  • Toothed Dagger -- Felix
  • Unfinished Score -- Annette
  • Weathered Cloak -- Catherine

Chapter Eleven

  • Annotated Dictionary -- Petra
  • Grounding Charm -- Caspar
  • Hedgehog Case -- Bernadetta
  • Maintenance Oil -- Ferdinand
  • Moon Knight's Tale -- Ashe
  • New Bottle of Perfume -- Lysithea
  • Silk Handkerchief -- Lorenz
  • The History of Sreng -- Sylvain
  • Wax Diptych -- Annette

For more Fire Emblem: Three Houses tips, check out our best tips for sharing meals, our guide to recruiting students, and our rundown of how gardening works. You can also watch our videos on the things we wished we knew before we started playing and how to make the most of your time in the game. Finally, if you want general info, check out our list of the essential tips for Three Houses.

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