Sen no Kiseki adds more female characters
posted on 03.26.13 at 11:34 AM EDT by (@salromano)
Meet Emma, Fie, and Elise. And the Thors academy lieutenant.

Famitsu this week has more new character reveals for Falcom’s upcoming PlayStation 3 and PS Vita RPG sequel The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki.

  • Emma Millstein: The committee chairwoman of Class VII. A woman with long braided hair, she wears glasses and makes a calm impression. Her weapon is a magic staff. She is a commoner from a remote part of the empire but was accepted into Thors Military Academy due to its enriched scholarship system. She is a helpful and trusted person, and has a wealth of knowledge about herbs. She’s also secretly keeping a cat.
  • Fie Claussell: A girl with short silver hair and a student in Class VII. She has an unknown background, and at age 15, is younger than her friends. She’ll sleep anywhere. She wields dual pistols fitted with bayonets.
  • Elise Schwarzer: Rean’s younger sister and the biological daughter of Baron. She has dark purple hair. For a year, she has been attending St. Astraia Girl’s School (for girls from good blood) in the imperial capital Heimdall. She had always treated Rean as a true sibling, but has gradually started to take on a colder attitude towards him.
  • Lieutenant Neithardt: A lieutenant transferred from the regular army to the Thors Military Academy to become a military affairs instructor. He’s serious, lacks sociability, and supposedly does not get along with the homeroom teacher of Class VII.

Bareahard

A city governed by the Duke of Albalea. Lately, citizens are upset about major tax increases. As an area known for its jewels and furs, there are many craftspeople living there. There’s a central plaza, crafting district, station, restaurants, tailors, and a cathedral. You can buy clothes on display at tailors.

Field Escape

Outside of this week’s magazine update, a new short gameplay video was also released. Watch it below.

Thanks, Sokuho@Hokanko.

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