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By Ishaan . January 14, 2014 . 10:00pm
Atlus USA have shared descriptions of the seven heroines in Conception II, along with screenshots of them. The seven heroines are the ladies that you get to court and make Star Children with, in order to continue the battle against evil. How powerful your Star Children are depends on your relationship with your partner.
Chloe is the older sister of your new friend Chlotz, and only a year older than your character. Her abilities are so exceptional that she works as an instructor at the Academy.
Chloe uses a Remote Turret to perforate her opponents.
Ellie is a first-year student who’s very energetic and often cheers on those around her. Though she looks cute and young, she’s very mature and perceptive.
Ellie uses a magical staff called a Summoning Gun to dish out serious magic damage.
Feene is an earnest, polite third-year student. She is considered one of the strongest Disciples, and has already seen action on the front lines.
Her formidable Gunblade has seen its fair share of battles as well.
Fuuko is the first female student that you’ll meet. She is bright and amicable, and quick to make friends. She sees herself as a very down-to-earth kind of person.
Fuuko uses her Dual Pistols in dungeons with deadly accuracy.
The vice representative of your class. She is shy and reserved, without much self-confidence, but has a good heart and is very kind to others.
Her Bowgun speaks differently about her – it packs a huge punch to monsters.
Despite her diminutive size, she is actually a third-year Disciple with incredible power. She has a good heart, but often tries to keep her true feelings hidden.
Her Kick Gun is an incredible hybrid of fashion-forward footwear and death-dealing.
As a result of being raised in a research facility, Torri is very naïve about the outside world and usually believes anything she’s told.
Torri materializes a powerful gatling gun to obliterate anything in her path.
Conception II will be released for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita this spring. The game will cost $40, and first-print copies will come with a soundtrack CD.