The meaning behind the imagery on the Master Arts cards from Ao no Kiseki has been a topic of discussion for almost a decade now, which has spun into a number of theories about the Sept-Terrion, Holy Beasts, etc. Trails of Cold Steel IV killed some of these, but there are still a few areas that haven’t been considered in much detail. In this theory, I want to expand upon and modify my Reddit post analyzing the flower imagery on each of the cards based on new observations.Continue reading In Bloom: the Master Cards’ flowers
An observation from the Sen IV Web CM
A short observation/thought regarding the title of the Fourth Anguis.
As we’re approaching the end of the Sen no Kiseki quadrology, we’ve learnt pretty much all there is to learn about Class VII’s members and their families. We know about the unfortunate deaths or convoluted circumstances of many of their family members. What about Crow’s parents? Are they really just ‘dead’? Continue reading Pappa Armbrust
Grab a shovel. Time to dig out some gnomes.
In Erebonia, the present continues to be haunted by the past. Shocking events repeat themselves beyond memories of citizens. The Black Records records these forgotten moments of history. In addition to the previously published five volumes in Trails of Cold Steel II, Sen no Kiseki III introduces seven more, each intriguing in its own way.
Unlike my Wald prediction, this one should be short and sweet, but I feel it is necessary to post it so that I have it time stamped before Sen no Kiseki III comes out this week.
I believe that we’ll see a repeat of the chain of events for Dreichels in a strangely similar fashion, as time seems to be interested in repeating itself.
But while similar events are happening, they are not exactly the same. Click the cut to find out more detail on this idea.
Every time I finish talking about the Catacombs, I think to myself “this is it, I’m finally done”, but nope, as always, something is in there that evaded my attention the first time. This time, it’s about roots and butterflies.