Fire Emblem: Three Houses Rusted Weapons Guide - Prima Games

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Rusted Weapons Guide

by Nicholas Barth

There are many battles to be fought in the world of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. This high frequency of conflicts means players will have to make sure their weapons are up to par for the intense fights they will find themselves in. However, not all weapons are of the same caliber in Fire Emblem: Three Houses with some being rusted. Fortunately, these items can be used for much more than just selling. If you are interested in learning why you should keep some of your rusted weapons in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you’ll want to keep on reading below. 

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Rusted Weapons

Players will often find these items on the battlefield when picking up the pieces in squares marked by a purple aura. It is important though to take a look at each of these items you pick up in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The reasoning for this is that some rusted weapons can be transformed into higher caliber arms by taking them to the game’s blacksmith. 

Fire Emblem Three Houses Rusted Weapons

When you are looking at the item in the inventory screen, make sure to press the X button. This action will pull up a description which will inform you of what the particular weapon can become. This transformation could see the weapon become an iron version of itself or possibly become a rare named weapon. 

The possibility of your Fire Emblem: Three Houses rusted items having the chance to turn into rare named items means you should not be quick to sell all of your rusted weapons before you see what potential they have lying inside of them. 

Are you looking for more help in navigating the popular Nintendo Switch game of Fire Emblem: Three Houses besides what to do with your rusted weapons? Make sure to check out all of the guides we have for the high-profile title. 

Nicholas Barth

Guides Writer Nicholas enjoys helping fellow members of the video game community learn more about their favorite games. First-person shooters and Battle Royale games are what you can usually find Nicholas playing when he isn't writing. We will congratulate you if you can find a bigger Call of Duty fan than Nicholas, who has been playing since he got Call of Duty 2 with his first Xbox 360. [email protected]