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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Noa Fruit Guide — How to Get Noa Fruit

by Ginny Woo

If you’re at all committed to being the best teacher that you can be at the Garreg Mach academy in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, then it’s going to take more than letting your students get away with (literal) murder. Spending quality time with the people in your House is the best way to make sure that everyone’s on the level, and you can do that by participating in a number of activities from Cooking Together to just having chats. The more culinary-minded of us may be looking to knock out every recipe in the monastery cookbook, and you’ll need very specific ingredients for that. Let our Fire Emblem Three Houses Noa Fruit guide show you how to get this prize sweet treat so you can whip up delectable desserts. 

Fire Emblem Three Houses Noa Fruit Guide: Using Noa Fruit

Noa Fruit is used in a number of recipes as part of Cooking Together. If you’re wanting more of a general rundown of how stepping into the kitchen with your students works, check out our Fire Emblem Three Houses Cooking Together guide for tips and tricks. If you’re here for this special fruit, though, then you’re already probably aware that it’s used in the following recipes:

Sweet Bun Trio — Albinean Berries and Noa Fruit

  • Favored by Dorothea, Ferdinand, Bernadetta, Edelgard, Dimitri, Linhardt, Mercedes, Flayn, Alois, Ashe, and Annette

Saghert and Cream — Peach Currant and Noa Fruit

  • Favored by Caspar, Bernadetta, Linhardt, Marianne, Ashe, Annette, Sylvain, Ingrid, Mercedes, Edelgard, Dimitri, and Ferdinand

Fire Emblem Three Houses Noa Fruit Guide: Getting Noa Fruit

Getting your hot little hands on the Noa Fruit in the game is fairly straightforward in terms of what you have to do mechanically, but it’s also largely reliant on luck and chance. Essentially, what you need to do is to make sure that you’re making the most of the Greenhouse by Gardening.  The seeds that you’re gonna want to plant are the Western Fodlan Seeds, which you’ll get amass quite the stock of throughout the game. Your Professor level might have an impact on the probability of you getting comparably rare drops like the Noa Fruit, but generally, this is just a matter of RNG.

You can also cultivate your crops — the more expensive the cultivation method, the better the Predicted Yield, usually This means that you can expect to have a more bountiful harvest when you come to check back on those Western Fodlan seeds that you planted. If you want more chances at the Noa Fruit, then you’ll want to keep this in mind. Sure, you can infuse the seeds with magic for no cost, but it’s shelling out the big bucks that will make sure you’ve got the greenest thumbs. 

If you’re wanting to be the most efficient about it, you can also try and plant your Western Fodlan Seeds to get the Noa Fruit when there’s a green sapling icon on your calendar during certain free days. These icons indicate that you’ll get a buff to planting or harvesting activities, so time it right for maximum pay-off. Now that our Fire Emblem Three Houses Noa Fruit guide has given you a bit of a head start in cultivating and harvesting this bad boy, go out there and try it for yourself. 


Ginny Woo

Ginny hails from just south of Mordor, and when she's not debating others about the One Ring then she's probably glued to an MMO or a JRPG. With Final Fantasy XIV, Destiny 2, and World of Warcraft on her plate, she's always got something to chat about and a sneaky guide up her sleeve. If writing's not on the cards, then she's probably drinking way too much coffee.