Fire Emblem Echoes Fatigue Guide – Understanding Fatigue, How to Calculate it, Recovery

By   /   May 18, 2017
Fire Emblem Echoes Fatigue Guide

Fire Emblem Echoes Fatigue Guide to help you learn everything you need to know about fatigue, what it does, and how to recover from it in the game. Fatigue in Fire Emblem Echoes: Tales of Valentia continues to increase as a unit performs actions or sustains some damage. While the game has an invisible Fatigue Meter that continues to build up, there is a rather subtle Fatigue Calculator in the UI.

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia is a Tactical Role-Playing Game that tells the tale of two childhood friends named Celica and Alm. Due to an on-going war between their respective nations, circumstances force Alm and Celica to fight on the opposite side of the war. Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia combines the gameplay elements of previous Fire Emblem games and Gaiden in addition to some new changes such as Dungeons.

For more help on Fire Emblem Echoes, check out our Characters Recruitment Guide, Money Farming Guide, and Lightning Sword Location Guide.

Fire Emblem Echoes Fatigue Guide

In our Fire Emblem Echoes Fatigue Guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about fatigue, what it does, and how to recover it easily.

Fire Emblem Echoes Fatigue

What is Fatigue?

In Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, a unit has an invisible Fatigue Meter that continues to build as the unit performs actions or sustains damage. Following is a small overview of how the Fatigue Meter builds up:

  1. Enter Combat = +1 Fatigue
  2. Use White Magic = +1 Fatigue
  3. Take 0/1 Damage = +1 Fatigue
  4. Take Terrain Damage = +1 Fatigue
  5. Take 2 or More Damage = +2 Fatigue

Now this is where things get a little interesting. As soon as a unit’s Fatigue Level equals its Maximum HP, the unit’s total HP temporarily decreases after the completion of the battle. To give you a better understanding of this, the reduced HP equals to the unit’s Maximum HP multiplied by its Fatigue Tolerance.

Calculating Fatigue and Recovering from it

If you look at the smiley right next to a unit’s HP, it will tell you a lot about its Fatigue Level. A grinning smiley face means that the unit’s Fatigue Level is less than 1/3rd of its Maximum HP. A smiling face means that that the unit’s Fatigue Level is over 1/3rd of its Maximum HP, a neutral face means that the unit’s Fatigue Level is over 2/3rd of its Maximum HP, and a sad face means that the unit’s Fatigue Level is equal to its Maximum HP.

Now that we know how to calculate the Fatigue Level, let us talk about recovering from it. There are multiple ways to recover from Fatigue in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. You can consume Provisions to reduce it, exit the World Map to get completely rid of it, reduce it by offering Provisions to a Mila Statue, or by changing your class. It is also important to realize that Fatigue has no impact in the non-Dungeon battles.

This is all we have in our Fire Emblem Echoes Fatigue Guide. Let us know if you have anything else to add to the guide!

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