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Andrew Barker
More Returning Characters Announced for Atelier Shallie
I'm amazed Harry hasn't died in some ancient ruins yet.
07.03.14 - 12:11 AM

So far, Gust have already announced a number of returning characters for Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea, including Escha, Katla, Willbel, Linca and Keithgriff. Now, we have a few more to add to that list.

First is treasure hunter extraordinaire, Harry Olson. Originally a store-owner and treasure enthusiast in Atelier Ayesha, he set out on an adventure during Atelier Escha & Logy and now finds himself working on a trade route alongside new partner, and second of the returning characters, Reyfer.

Reyfer Luckyberry debuted in Atelier Escha & Logy as a gun-slinging party member. He's now Harry's adventuring partner as they search for pirate treasure. Though there has been no official confirmation yet, it appears unlikely he will be a party member this time around.

Finally, Ordelia, the automaton, (originally found in Atelier Ayesha) will be returning as Keithgriff's parter and be travelling with him.

Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea will be released in Japan on July 17th. There's no word yet on a western release, but we're sure we'll hear about one soon enough.


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