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Trails 20th Anniversary Website Opens With New Merchandise

Nihon Falcom opened a new webpage to mark the 20th anniversary of the Trails RPG series, which is originally known in Japan as Kiseki, and the company has also revealed a new lineup of merchandise. All of the new products feature characters from the series to celebrate the major anniversary milestone.

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The Trails series 20th anniversary merchandise lineup ranges from tin badges to tote bags. The company sells the items through its own Falcom Shop website, and it also supports international orders. People living outside Japan can pay with MasterCard, Visa, or UC credit cards. Falcom can deliver the items to almost all countries and regions worldwide covered by Japan Post’s EMS, with an exception for APO and FPO addresses.

Here is the list of new merchandise available on Falcom Shop, along with their prices in Japanese yen:

  • Mamesara plates: ¥6,050 for each 3-in-1 set
  • B2-sized tapestry: ¥3,850
  • Canvas art: ¥2,970
  • Big tote bag: ¥2,860
  • Mini tote bag: ¥1,760
  • Acrylic stand: ¥1,320
  • Mouse pad: ¥1,650
  • Bandanna handkerchief: ¥1,320
  • Tin badges: ¥510 individually or ¥3,000 for a 6-in-1 set

In addition, Falcom is also offering free bonus items for people who make purchases of over ¥5,000 yen on its web store, while stocks last. The company will add a random illustration card based on one of the five major sub-series and a promotion card of either Estelle or Joshua from the upcoming Trails Trading Card Game.

The 20th anniversary of the Trails series falls on June 24, 2024. It marks exactly 20 years since Nihon Falcom released the first Trails in the Sky for PC in Japan on June 24, 2004.


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