Trails of Cold Steel characters in Kai no Kiseki - Rean Schwarzer
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Trails of Cold Steel Characters Will Appear in Kai no Kiseki

Nihon Falcom updated the Japanese official website for The Legend of Heroes: Kai no Kiseki -Farewell, O Zemuria- with five more character pages. All characters in this batch share a similarity of having their debuts in the Trails of Cold Steel sub-series, so they will make their return in Kai no Kiseki, the series’ latest entry.

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The five characters in question are Rean Schwarzer, Altina Orion, Crow Armbrust, Fie Claussell, and Towa Herschel. Their original Japanese voice actors—Kouki Uchiyama, Inori Minase, Takahiro Sakurai, Hisako Kanemoto, and Ai Nonaka—will also reprise their roles.

Nihon Falcom has also shared new screenshots showing that Rean, Altina, Crow, and Fie will appear in fight scenes. Towa only has cutscene screenshots, as the company noted that she will only appear to support her former classmates.

Out of the five characters, Fie has been actively involved the most in the Trails series. She appeared in the first Trails through Daybreak entry as a supporting character, and a major update for the direct sequel added her as a full-fledged playable party member.

Nihon Falcom has also been teasing Rean Schwarzer’s appearance in the new entry long before this update. The company included him in the second commercial trailer that it published in late June 2024. It will also provide Rean’s instructor uniform from Trails of Cold Steel III as a bonus DLC costume for people who have pre-ordered Kai no Kiseki.

The Legend of Heroes: Kai no Kiseki -Farewell, O Zemuria- will be available first in Japan on PlayStation 5 and 4 on September 26, 2024.

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