(Japan) The Legend of Heroes: Trails In The Flash Setting Detailed

Friday, July 26th, 2013

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Falcom has released some details about the setting of its upcoming Legend of Heroes title, The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Flash. Thors Military Academy is the school that the main cast of characters attends, and it hosts a variety of different locations for players to explore.

Main School Building

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This building is located in central campus and contains many vital locations, including, but not limited to, the computer room and medical office. The roof is also accessible for those looking for a nice view.

Gymnasium

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Interested in sports? You’ll likely find something devoted to your pastime of choice in the campus gymnasium. On top of the standard showers and changing rooms, this gym also has an indoor swimming pool and martial arts training area.

Old School Building

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A mysterious abandoned building on the outskirts of the academy. Rumor has it that strange phenomena tend to happen in and around this ancient structure, and ruins extend down within its basement.

Technology Building

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This location is dedicated to maintaining and managing various kinds of equipment, including motorcycles. It’s run by none other than the technology club.

The Library

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This one should be pretty self-explanatory. This particular library is around 200 years old. So if there’s anything at all you want to brush up on, you’ll probably find something about it here.

Sports Ground

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Didn’t get enough of a workout at the gym? The sports ground has you covered. Mock battles are held here for the benefit of students, and it’s also located conveniently close to the stables if you want to get some horse riding in. The girl’s lacrosse team also meets here to train.

Auditorium

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This location is for special announcements, ceremonies, and events. It’s large enough to hold the entire student body if need be.

Student Council Building

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Despite the specific-sounding name, this building wears a lot of hats. The first floor includes the school store and cafeteria, open to all students. The culture club and student council meet in designated rooms on floor two. The third floor is the most exclusive and is reserved for aristocratic students to unwind.

See the gallery down below for more screenshots of Thors Military Academy:

The Legend of Heroes: Trails In The Flash is scheduled for release in Japan on September 26th for PlayStation 3 and Vita systems. If you’re hungry for more information, check out some more screenshots and our look at the game’s battle system.

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  • RagunaXL

    this game looks really cool! I’m intereste in having an rpg that takes place at a boarding school, I have to say it, like Hogwarts.

  • the no game is amazing! 🙂

  • Failcom

    Oh joy, more info about a game I want to play that the developer refuses to localize.

    I am so so happy. *roll eyes*

    • Alex

      It’s not a matter of refusal. It’s because the difficulties of localization. The Trails games have HUUUUUUUUUGE million word scripts and most of them are on the PSP which is for all intents and purposes dead in the West. They’re a developer without much of a foothold in the west so it’s not their fault that so many of their games don’t make it over. (Unless you want to blame them for putting so much stuff on the PSP.)

    • InfernalDinosaur

      that is depressing. this game looks good. instead, we get other JRPG’s won’t sell here at all and aren’t that great.

  • Alex

    WANT WANT WANT. SONY! SOMEONE! GIVE IT TO ME! I NEED IT IN MY VEINS!