Tears to Tiara II’s Evil Empire Enemies Are A Scientist And A Barbarian

By Sunjun . August 16, 2013 . 1:10am

029 (2)Aquaplus’ upcoming strategy RPG, Tears to Tiara II, is centered around a fallen prince named Hamil and a goddess named Tart who must lead a rebellion against an evil empire. Along the way, they will have to defeat many enemies in the Imperial Army, including these two characters whom you may remember from the opening animation.



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Aemilia is an official of the technology bureau responsible for the industrialization of the empire and knowledgable in financial affairs. She thinks of herself as a genius and is passionate about her job, believing that the advancement of technology is the source of humanity’s happiness.


For the sake of her job, she dresses as a man. The empire is in the process of becoming a theocracy, and many members of her bureaucracy share the same beliefs as Aemilia, yet they keep their distance from her.



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Golyat is the fearless commander of the army guarding the Histel River basin on the eastern border of the empire. He lives to fight and battles the savage tribes of the outskirts day and night. He used to be a subordinate of Saul, who guards the Renus River basin on the western border.


While fighting savages, he picked up their habit of decapitating enemies’ heads and carrying them around. As you can guess, he bears incredible physical strength, but he can also be cunning and resourceful.


Tears to Tiara II will be released for the PlayStation 3 on October 24.

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  • @Solomon_Kano:disqus is that you?

    • DyLaN


    • Arcana Wiz


    • (Golyat reminded me of his old avatar.)

      • MrSirFeatherFang

        Yeah, the Rider one? (from Fate Zero?)

        • Kitestwinblades

          The King of Conquerors himself!
          (especially in the thumbnail)

        • That’s the one. :)

  • Göran Isacson

    HMMM I wonder which character is meant to be sympathetic and possibly even someone that can be swayed to the side of good, and which is just meant to be a complete and utter monster.

    Although I gotta admit, if it turns out the big hairy brute who chops off peoples heads and carries them around like trophies turns out to be decent deep down and the hot scientist lady is a complete monster, I will eat crow and possibly check the game out.

    • Notquitesure?

      It would sound like the babarian would be able to be swayed, I can imagine there is someone manipulating everyone, including these two two but i don’t know.

  • Vitonofrio del Rosso

    Released in eu/us Doubt… As always..

  • Arcana Wiz

    Games like this makes me want to learn japanese…. Great games with almost zero chances of localizing.

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