Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Introduces Two Cute Water & Ice Rare Blades Mikumari And Seori

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 shared a look at two new Rare Blades on its official Twitter account with the introduction of the water Rare Blade Mikumari and the ice Rare Blade Seori.

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Mikumari (CV: Ayane Sakura, Artist: CHOCO)

Mikumari is an ice-type Rare Blade who goes full on offense with her specialty lance. She gives the image of a fairy as she dances around in her synchronization video.

 

Seori (CV: Ayako Kawasumi)

The next one is the cool Rare Blade with an ice attribute named Seori. She uses a blade made of ice in battle

 

Both Mikumari and Seori are designed by CHOCO, who worked as the character designer and mecha designer in Xenosaga Episode I; mecha, logo, and costume designer for Xenosaga Episode II; character designer and illustrator for Xenosaga Episode II – III: A Missing Year; mecha, logo, character designer and character illustrator for Xenosaga Episode III.

 

Now for the big question from the official Twitter account: which are you – Team Mikumari or Team Seori?

 

Here’s a look at some of the other Rare Blades we’ve seen so far:

 

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 releases on December 1, 2017 for Nintendo Switch.


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