The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure

released on May 28, 2020

The Special Support Section is back with more members and more cases to solve! How will this rag-tag group deal with the oncoming threats to Crossbell's political stability while maintaining their team's foundation?

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random points:
-i think i liked how the battle system was so broken this time, felt cathartic sometimes
-even then, the two optional-to-win fights were extremely hard, but not impossible and i did them in a few tries (im ignoring the one that's timed lmao who in their right mind ever gives you a timed battle in a turn based rpg)
-i'm gonna miss how these first 5 games looked, genuinely a very charming artstyle and just kind of cute overall (i do not like the way cold steel looks at all lmao)
-using a guide is required, as i'm seeing a lot of people being absolutely caught off guard by the final big twist of the game, still think those quests that foreshadow it could've been optional instead of hidden perhaps
-wazy should've been a viable romantic option, falcom you fools
-i don't get why this game wants to give lloyd a harem, he was fine with two girls vowing for his attention, why make tio one of them.
-"omg lloyd you're so dense i want to fuck you" repeat this for an entire chapter and you have the intermission and scenes where lloyd speaks from his heart to a girl (sometimes even boys) (what an icon tbf)
-clearly, lloyd is aroace with how much he doesn't give a single fuck about speaking his emotions to other people, or maybe he's just a little neurodivergent perhaps /hj
-can't wait to get to cold steel and have all of these issues with the writing hightened
-the final boss is awfully hard, prepare well with a lot of burst orbs and whatever else you think you may need for a really difficult fight that hits very hard

Essentially just an expansion for the previous entry. Still solid, still great story-telling.

El mejor de la saga hasta ahora. Quizá se me hizo algo largo, pero el final es la hostia

Roy Mu- I mean, Randy Orlando made me tear up a couple of times.

SLIGHTLY WORSE THAN ZERO BUT STILL if you aren't a fan of the words...