Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology – More details about the new storyline, extra dungeon

In the latest issue of Famitsu magazine, released today, Atlus shared some additional details about Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, and more precisely the new storyline (the Sub History).

We get some details about two “episodes” from that Sub History, starting with “The Saint Speaks”. In her quest to find the Artifact, to stop the desertification of the Vainqueur continent, Nemesia (the new character) ends up in Alistel, where the Prophet Noah is giving a sermon. There are rumours that some people have slipped into the city in order to assassinate him.

The second éepisode” is called “The Promise Crosses Over Time”. Stocked and Nemesia are in Granorg, in search of a certain pendant while gathering information. It looks like there may be a link between the pendant and the Artifact Nemesia is looking for…

Next, we have details about an extra dungeon called the Prison of Time, that can only accessed after reaching a certain point in the game (after triggering an event involving Lippti, the guide of Historia. As is standard for extra dungeons, the Prison of Time is filled with strong enemies, and to make things worse, you cannot use any items while in there. If you want to beat this dungeon, you will have to make sure to save your MP!

Now, you’re probably wondering what’s in store for you in that dungeon, other than the extra challenge. Well, beating enemies in there rewards you with Moment, a unique currency that only works in that extra dungeon.

Once you have enough, you can go talk to the Time Jailer in order to trade your Moment with special items that cannot be found in regular shops. That includes some Secret Scrolls, that allows you to teach Support Skills to your characters.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology (3DS) comes out on June 29th in Japan.

Source: Famitsu
Translation: RPG Site



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