Bravely Default: Flying Fairy‘s fourth character is a young man named Ringbel (or something similar), according to the latest issue of Jump. You can see him in the above image, all the way to the right. Ringbel has lost his memory and is traveling from place to place with the goal of seducing a woman. He owns the “Notebook of D,” which provides him with predictions of the invetiable future. He’s voiced by Ryouta Takeuchi.
Additionally, the magazine reveals a new communications function for the game. You will be able to exchange characters with friends and summon them into battle. Each time a character is summoned, its power rises.
Finally, Jump confirms a fourth demo will soon be delivered. Be on the watch.
Bravely Default is due for 3DS in Japan on October 11.
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