What is a “Flying Fairy”? Ringabell

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

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Very few people in the West know what Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is about, or even what it is. The idea behind these updates is to bring you up to speed with the details of the game. (Spoiler free of course) Keep in mind that a lot of details are hard to find with little to no translated details of the games story. And as we bring this part of ourseries to an end, we finish with the fourth hero of our tale, Ringabell.




Ringabell is the “pretty-boy” of our four main heroes in Bravely Default. He is constantly seducing women and acting childish throughout his adventure. His background is a mystery, he lost his memory long ago but has traveled the world with a book he calls, “Notebook of D”, a mysterious book that can predict the future. After meeting Tiz Oria, and Agnes Obligue, Ringabell decides to join the rest of our heroes.

And that is where our series on main characters ends, and we will continue to write more on the game as we learn more about it, and we will continue to do so until the game is localized, so stay tuned for next time, and spread the word!

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  • I hope that Project x Zone proves Japanese publishers that the west is more willing to buy their games than their country itself

    • cirE

      That’s the main reason I’m buying Project X Zone.

      It looks fun, but none of the characters in it are my favorites. However, the price tag is the normal $40, it comes with a bunch of awesome extras, and it’s an obscure game I didn’t think would be localized. If it does well, Namco Bandi may consider localizing other relatively obscure games such as Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode.