Trails in the Sky the 3rd, as we can now officially call it, provides a wealth of background information of the Zemurian continent and its history through its gaiden, or side stories. You’ll be able to enjoy dozens of these once the games hits digital shelves in 2017. Some of those, however, are inaccessible through the game and are hidden among the tens of thousands of lines that did make it into the game. Today we got one of those: the pre-release or prototype version of Star Door 14. Continue reading Embarking ‘outward’ and retrieval of Sept-Terrion in proto Star Door 14
This is going to be a very short post. I believe I know what is going to happen in terms of the final boss of the Erebonia arc. The answer may (or may not) surprise you.
Gu4n has already done an excellent job summarizing the Black History and the possible nature of the remaining Sept-Terion so I won’t go over the general material again (here at any rate). Instead I’d like to offer my own thoughts on the two treasures found within Erebonia and some of the other mysteries that have been presented to us.
For an event as major as the Great Collapse, there is hardly anything we know about this historical catastrophe. We know it marked the end of the Ancient Zemurian Civilisation, which in its entirety disappeared without a trace bar from ruins throughout Liberl and in Grancel’s museum, and plunged the world into five centuries of Dark Ages. A whole continent, split in seven factions, collapsing at approximately the same time. Virtually everything we know about it comes from Sora no Kiseki; both the Crossbell and Erebonia arc hardly contributed to our understanding of the Great Collapse. So, what happened? Continue reading What happened during the Great Collapse
Warning, absolute 100% unadulterated crack on display!
Theory is mostly broken, but one part has been proven thanks to Sen no Kiseki III. Details of the break/proven are behind the cut, due to spoilers.
As of Sen II, players have dealt with two of them, know the location of two other, and have three more to look forward to. A brief theory regarding the unrevealed Sept-Terrion. Continue reading Two down, five to go: the remaining Sept-Terrion
This particular writeup will pull from one of my own personal theories, as well as reach into a curious one I had stumbled upon elsewhere. There are interesting aspects to it, so I felt it was most definitely something worth sharing.
An argument regarding the identity of the Fifth Anguis of Ouroboros.
This delicious crack theory suggests that everything we think we know about Zemuria may be false. What if everything since the Great Collapse has been the mere execution of a plan that was drafted prior to the Collapse, which served as a catalyst?