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RPG Site has translated a great deal of info about the game’s characters. Coupled with some excellent art, it’s a feast for the senses.
Here’s a closer look at 10 of Triangle Strategy’s most interesting characters.
Protagonist Serenoa is the “genius lord” of a high house in the Kingdom of Glenbrook. He’s described as a sincere person still naive in the ways of the world.
Benedict is the longtime butler of House Wolffort, who’s something of a right-hand man to Serenoa. He’s seen as cold and calculating by others.
The leader of Wolffort’s soldiers and protector of Serenoa since he was a child, Erador has a “hearty and honest” personality but frequently clashes with Benedict.
Serenoa’s close friend and the second prince of Glenbrook, Roland is frustrated by the situation that prioritizes his brother, Frani, as heir to the throne.
The princess of the Grand Duchy of Aesfrost is being wed into House Wolffort to improve relations between the two countries. She’s described as having a “strong and unbreakable will.”
The current King of Glenbrook. Seen as a wise king whose policy helped end the Saltiron War.
The strongest warrior in Glenbrook, and known as "The Masked Spearmaster.” Assigned as the kingdom martial arts instructor after the king was impressed by his skills.
3. Hughette Bucklar
A new soldier assigned as a bodyguard to Roland, Hughette used to be a falconer and still rides around on a big falcon named Fleuge.
One of “Hyzante's Seven Saints” who manages the salt lake that provides the state’s income. Absolutely a villain — just look at him!
Descendant of a clan that has the power to change the weather. She travels to places where people need her power.
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