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New Etrian Odyssey Untold Videos: Meet Simon, The Highlander.. & Frederica
Because you haven't seen enough of this game yet.
09.20.13 - 9:10 PM

Atlus USA is staying true to their promise to share as much of possible of Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl. Earlier this week, we got to see Simon Yorke in action, and today, the main protagonist known as the Highlander. This character, who leads the team into battle, is highly skilled with a spear and, although he's a mercenary, also has a sense of honor. Sent to Etria to investigate some mysterious earthquakes, this is where he meets Frederica.

Simon, meanwhile, serves as the team's medic while brandishing a sword at the same time. He's the 'brains' of the Midgard Library investigation team, and can take care of wounds ranging from minor to life-threatening and, of course, any status ailments as well.

Looks like Frederica Irving got her own trailer too. Found in a cave in stasis, she'll have a bout of amnesia when she wakes up but will remember bits and pieces while in Gladsheim - so she wishes to spend time there. Her firearms make her useful at a distance, and she can do some healing of her own as well.

You'll also find some related screens of these characters in our gallery below. Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl for Nintendo 3DS goes on sale October 1st. You can grab a demo on the eShop now, and check back next week for our review!


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