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Mary Skelter 2 Showcases New Characters

Idea Factory has released four new Blood Maiden character profiles for upcoming Mary Skelter 2.


Mary Skelter 2 | Hamelin

A curious girl found during Otsuu’s exploration in the underground caverns.
She is powerful enough to rule the denizens of the underground caverns, but she seems to have a hard time saying her lines straight, and can be found tripping on herself, which makes it hard for many to take her seriously.

At first, she called herself the “Demon King,” defeating the many Marchens in the underground caverns, but now that she gained friends, she apparently “changed jobs,” and is now a self-proclaimed “Hero.”


Mary Skelter 2 | Gretel

An odd girl who lives in the prison with her brother, “Hansel.”
She’s curious and inquisitive, but what doesn’t interest her is met with a lack of emotion. Her speech indicates a lack of awareness of common morals.

She can be detached in her outlook, even in the face of trouble. She teases Hameln quite often, too.


Mary Skelter 2 | Rapunzel

A golden-haired Blood Maiden. She is very bright and lively, and can be found biting Little Mermaid and calling her “Fishy.”

She seems to get along well with Otsuu, Little Mermaid, and the others, and her honesty and purity often helps bring calm and resolution to the other Blood Maidens.


Mary Skelter 2 | Kaguya

An optimistic girl who has a gentle and calm aura about her. She is found during the groups’ explorations in her Blood Skelter state. She rides and fights on her special ride, “Bamboo One,” and carries with her seven mysterious objects that she puts to good use, such as a water sprayer.

For some reason she seems very anxious when someone says something that may make her sound like a burden…

Mary Skelter 2 will be available digitally for the Nintendo Switch for $39.99 USD and £35.99 on Oct. 22, 2019 in North America, and in Europe on Oct. 23. Mary Skelter 2 also contains the first installment of the series, Mary Skelter: Nightmares, which includes revamped systems and balances to the original release.

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