Tales of Xillia 2 will feature a special selection of weapons based on past Tales games. Some of these weapons have been available in other games, and some are new, but they’re all super cool.
Ludger will be a beacon of death, charging into battle wielding one of two sets of twin blades: Innocent Shine, based on Tales of Innocence, and Brave Vesperia, based on (you guessed it!) Tales of Vesperia.
Jude Mathis will get his hands on (or in) two sets of fist weapons. The first, Fact Phantasia, is based on Tales of Phantasia. The second, based on Tales of Hearts, is called Seraphic Hearts.
Taking up the sword seemed much easier before Milla Maxwell found out she’d have to decide between wielding Rebirth Crusader, based on Tales of Rebirth, and Break Destiny, based on Tales of Destiny.
Alvin will set the battlefield ablaze with Tempest Bringer, based on Tales of Tempest, and freeze his foes with SO Legendia, from Tales of Legendia.
Enemies will cower before the light of The World, based on Tales of the World, or plummet into the darkness at the hands of Elise Lutus wielding Death Abyss, based on Tales of the Abyss.
Rowen will beat any enemy while wielding Symphonia Tact, based on Tales of Symphonia, and Heroic Destiny, based on Tales of Destiny 2.
With Clear Graces, based on Tales of Graces, and Fandom Light, based on Tales of Fandom, victory is clear for Leia Rolando.
Gaius is sure to leave a mark, fending enemies off with Eternal Scar, based on Tales of Eternia, and Radiant Howl, based on Tales of the Abyss.
Musee can’t fail when equipped with Xillia Link, based on Tales of Xillia, and Ginnunga Key, based on Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World.
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