Sen no Kiseki prologue and empire detailed

Plus, new artwork and screenshots. One has a horse!

Falcom has launched the official website, shared new artwork and screenshots, and detailed the prologue and empire in its upcoming PlayStation 3 and PS Vita RPG The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki.

Prologue

  • Elebonian Empire: This old major country boasting the largest domain is located in the Western part of the continent of Zemuria. In recent years, it has come under domestic stress is building due to the appearance of two powers.
  • Noble Faction: Mainly made up of the major noble clan known as “the noble family of the four elements,” they use their vast resources to maintain a regional army and protect what they conservatively view as rightfully theirs.
  • Reformist Group: A rising power attempting to usurp the power of the nobles, led by a common turned “Iron Chancellor.” They are expanding their military power with taxes gathered from the imperial capital and its provinces. These two powers will never see eye to eye and the antagonism is intensifying behind closed doors to the point where even the emperor’s mediation proved fruitless. This hidden feud has spread to all parts of the empire.

Elebonian Empire

A huge empire located in the western part of Zemuria with a golden horse on its emblem. It was an old-style nation ruled by the major noble clan, but under the policies of Gilias Osbourne, known as the Iron Chancellor, it has rapidly modernized due to the railroad system laid across the entire country.

Maintaining an enormous military presence consisting of not only the private army of the nobles, the Furstentum, but of over 20 panzer divisions, they have invaded the Kingdom of Libert and are constantly putting pressure on neighboring countries.

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