Would it be a reach to suggest that it’s ‘Time’ for a prediction topic? Well, it’s time.Continue reading Yotaka’s Kuro no Kiseki II Predictions
I said I wasn’t going to do this but I changed my mind. In general, I prefer discussing broader ideas over specific predictions, so this will more be that with a discussion of possible derivative theories. Note: there are some Xenosaga spoilers.
Part two of my theories. The other one was my main ideas, whereas these ones are a bit shorter.
Just going to jump right in. Here is a selection of collected thoughts before Kuro II.
In which I examine all the clues Falcom has dropped concerning Shizuna and why she’s Someone Worth Watching.Continue reading Kiseki Cracklet – The Princess Blade
l link Devils, Genesis, and the Sept-Terrion to death. -Hellseye47
Falcom is pretty consistent with their theater-esque parallel two-act structure they like to use in kiseki games. At the end of every first ‘act’, Falcom introduces some concept or jargon that is relatively meaningless to the main conflict of that act, but will be important in the sequel. This is usually related to the Sept-Terrion of the arc i.e. the barrier system for the Aureole or the rivalry and stage needed to reform the Great One. In Kuro no Kiseki, this is the 5 Demon Lords which lead the 77 Devils.
One of the Hallmarks of the Trails series of video games is its diverse and dynamic cast of NPCs that help the world feel vibrant and alive. Kuro no Kiseki is no exception to this rule with plenty of interesting and charming NPCs such as the eccentric taco stand girl, the train man, or the bathhouse investment consultant. Most of the time, this dialog is relatively meaningless in the grand scheme, but occasionally there will be characters that seem to be more than they initially let on.
A series of character predictions by the Falcord user Sicengamble. Not a traditional theory post, but not completely unprecedented either, especially as a fun one just before launch. So without further ado, the list:
Rifleman delves into the truths hidden within the series’ short stories and argues there might be a bigger connection between Agnes and Agnes than just visuals. – Hellseye47