Tales of Luminaria Will Receive Full-Length Animated Feature

The official Tales of Luminaria channel revealed that the title will be getting an anime adaptation Tales of Luminaria: The Fateful Crossroad on January 20th via various streaming services. Can friendship and personal justice survive, caught between two warring powers? Fueled by their convictions, a generation of young people take up their swords.

Tales of Luminaria is a mobile experience of the core theme of the “Tales of” series, featuring ensemble drama type of system that plays out from 21 different perspectives showing their way of life and the bonds they share with their friends. These unique 21 protagonists, designed by Shun Saeki, grow as they clash with each other over their own “justice”. Every time you play through the stories of the various characters, you will learn more about the characters’ true intentions, and the world around them.

The TV adaptation will feature a profound story, woven together from the journeys of 21 protagonists turned into a full-length, high-quality, CG-animated feature.

“Long ago, this land was home to beasts the size of mountains. Mana overflowed from their remains, drawing people who sought that power, and civilizations sprang up. People came to revere these mana-producing creatures, which they named “Primordial Beasts.” They built their lives around them. Thus began the worship of the Primordial Beasts. Time flowed ever onward, to the present day…

War erupts between the Jerle Federation, an alliance of countries who worship the Primordial Beasts, and the Gildllan Empire, which has enjoyed explosive development thanks to advanced technology. The fires of war are stoked with each passing day. Leo, a young federation knight-in-training, heads out to complete a mission in Lunne, a town formerly under imperial control, now located near the border. With him are his childhood friend and fellow trainee, Celia, and their instructor, Lisette. Who should be waiting for them but Hugo, a former friend turned traitor to the federation, now a soldier of the empire…”




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