Conception II character trailers: Serina and Narika

The in-your-face third-year and ultra-shy vice president.

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars

The latest Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars character trailers introduce Serina an Narika.

Serina is a brash and in-your-face third-year student, who uses a weapon called a “kick gun” in battle. She has a bit of a complex about her small stature, going to “incredible lengths” to fix it.

Narika is the ultra-shy school vice president who has “brilliant ideas,” but not the self-esteem to back them up. She has one of the strongest attack stats in the game, and specializes in earth elemental magic.

Previous character trailers have been released for Chloe, Ellie, Torri, and Fuuko.

Watch the videos below. Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is due out for PS Vita and 3DS in North America on April 15, and in Europe in Q2 2014.

Narika

Serina

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