Calvard and the East have been synonyms since the series’s inception. This connection was first evoked by Zin and Kilika’s attires and fighting techniques, then further bolstered by Crossbell City’s East Street. When discussing Calvard, we always tend to look at the Far East. Aren’t we, as Hellseye47 suggests in the following theory, overlooking another region named the Middle East? Come on, we’re going to Egypt.
Lacrimae Rerum, Latin for “tears of things”, is a theory submitted by Nivora. The theory takes us once again deep into the history of Heimdallr. Beware of the dangers that may lurk underneath the imperial capital – and the spoilers it bring with it.
Cold Steel 3 ultimately gave us way, way more questions than it did answers. One question that seemed comparatively minor, but could turn out to be extremely important, is a certain detail regarding the Divine Knights – some of them, anyway. According to Kondo, the big man himself, it wasn’t a throwaway thing – it’s foreshadowing for something down the line. But what does it mean?
Over the course of the Kiseki series, one mystery that many people have attempted to solve – and what might well be the most important puzzle in the entire series – is the question of who the Grandmaster of Ouroboros really is. Based on the various clues scattered throughout the lore, I have my own take on who this enigmatic figure might be.