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More characters from Grandia II revealed

As promised, here are further details on the characters of Grandia II. The young boy and the older 'beastman' were introduced by Game Arts earlier today, while Ryudo's bird companion was revealed by The Magic Box.


    Loan (13)
    A young boy travelling in search of something. His light blond hair is his "charm point". He apparently had an excellent education, since his eating manners are perfect. Because of his smartness, even on long trips, he'll do everything he can not to dirty his clothes. Yet with his his cheerful, vivid personality, he can't not be liked! He gets along with anyone, and brings smiles on all faces.


    Maregg (late 30s)
    A beastman searching for the evil person that attacked his village. He's a hunter living in the nature, capable of closely following animals without making any sound. He believes that the feelings that one gets from nature may guide one's actions. And that it is precisely the many spirits of nature that lead our lives. He always looks stiff, but he actually has a very gentle personality.

    Sky (40)
    "A 40 years old, intelligent eagle who travels with Ryudo, he can speak and understand human language. Sky will also participate in battles." (source: The Magic Box) Sky can be found in the picture of Ryudo, as this bird is perched on the shoulder of the hero.

To see artwork of the new characters, as well as the previously introduced ones, go to our Grandia II Art Page.

And to catch up on the other characters that Game Arts have introduced, just go to the previous Grandia II update, by clicking here!

Source: Game Arts Homepage

Date Updated:
January 28th, 2000

Time Updated:
3:46 PM


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