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The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky[a] is a role-playing video game developed by Nihon Falcom. Initially released as The Legend of Heroes VI: Trails in the Sky and later published as Trails in the Sky FC (first chapter), the game is the first in what later became known as the Trails series, and was directly followed by Trails in the Sky SC (second chapter).
Trails in the Sky was first released in Japan for Microsoft Windows in 2004, and later ported to the PlayStation Portable in 2006. North American video game publisher Xseed Games acquired the rights from Falcom, but did not release it until 2011 due to the game’s large amount of text necessary to translate and localize. A high-definition port to the PlayStation 3 was released in Japan in 2012 as part of Sony’s PSP Remaster line of games, while a remaster for the PlayStation Vita was released in 2015. Both were Japanese-only releases.
The events of the series take place on the continent of Zemuria. According to the lore, at one point in history, the goddess Aidios bestowed seven treasures upon mankind. Humanity split in different factions, each gathering around one of these treasures. This marked the start of the golden age of these civilizations which ended with an event known as the Great Collapse, a catastrophic event affecting the whole of Zemuria. Taking place roughly 1200 years before the events of the game, The Collapse led to the destruction of the ancient Zemurian civilization and plunged survivors into a Dark Age of ruin. Civilization slowly recovered with the formation of the Septian Church, a monotheistic religion believing in the goddess Aidios which became the most widespread religion in Zemuria. The Collapse also marked the start of the Septian Calendar, the standard calendar across the continent. In the year 1150 of the Septian Calendar, an event known as the Orbal Revolution took place. Professor C. Epstein invented Orbments, the equivalent to circuitry in the real world. These orbments became a central part of Zemurian civilization following the spread of the invention by Epsteins’ three disciples. During the events of the game, the continent is still in the early stages of orbal development. The Bracer Guild is a non-government, continent-spanning organization created shortly after the Orbal Revolution, acting to keep the peace and protect civilians. The members are known as Bracers.
The game takes place in the Kingdom of Liberl, located in the western part of Zemuria. Liberl is neighbored by the Empire of Erebonia to the north and the Republic of Calvard to the east. 10 years prior to the events of the game (the year 1192 in the Septian Calendar), Liberl was invaded by its powerful neighbor in the north, the Empire of Erebonia. The war lasted for approximately three months, during which time the Empire occupied most of Liberl with only its capital region of Grancel remaining in opposition. A well executed counter attack by the Liberl forces using newly developed airships swung the tide of war and the Empire was driven back. With the cooperation of the Bracer Guild, the Septian Church called for an armistice, and the war came to an end. The war became known as the Hundred Days War, due to which tensions remain high between Liberl and Erebonia. The Republic of Calvard is on friendly terms with Liberl while being a rival of Erebonia. Liberl is divided into 5 major regions: The Rolent region to the east, the Bose region to the north, the Ruan region to the west, the Zeiss region to the south, and the capital city of Grancel where the royal family resides.
Developer: Nihon Falcom
Publisher: XSEED Games
Release: July 29, 2014 (PC Released Date)
Platforms: PSP, PS VITA, PC, PS3
► CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
► AIO Liquid Cooler: ID-Cooling FrostflowX 240
► MB: Gigabyte X470 AORUS Ultra Gaming
► GPU: Palit GTX 1060 Jetstream 6Gb
► RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB 3200MHz Dual Channel
► PSU: Corsair CS750M 80+ Gold
► Case: Tecware Nexus EVO TG
► HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 3TB
► Controller: Xbox One Wireless PUBG Limited Edition
► OS: Windows 10 Pro 64Bit 1903