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Vestaria Saga I: War of the Scions

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War of the Scions

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North American logo and Steam library artwork.

Developer(s)

Vestaria Project

Publisher(s)
  • Self-published (Japanese)
  • Dangen Entertainment, Gamera Game (English)
Designer(s)

Shouzou Kaga

Release date(s)

JPSeptember 5, 2016
WWDecember 27, 2019

Platform(s)

Microsoft Windows

Predecessor

TearRing Saga Series: Berwick Saga

Successor

Vestaria Saga II: The Sacred Sword of Silvanister

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Vestaria Saga I: War of the Scions (Japanese: ヴェスタリアサーガI 亡国の騎士と星の巫女 Vestaria Saga I: Knight of the Ruined Country and the Star Priestess) is a strategy role-playing game developed by Fire Emblem series creator Shouzou Kaga that was released on September 5, 2016. Vestaria Saga serves as a spiritual successor to the TearRing Saga series that had been created by Kaga after he left Intelligent Systems. Vestaria Saga was developed using the software SRPG Studio.

Two "gaiden" installments have been released, namely Vestaria Saga II: The Sacred Sword of Silvanister and Vestaria Saga Gaiden: Lucca Gaiden, which released on March 27, 2019. Additionally, a third one has been announced, Vestaria Saga Gaiden: Chronicles of the Norden Civil War, which is described as being a "regional conquest-type SLG" instead of being an SRPG.

Plot

Gameplay

Gameplay is similar to the Fire Emblem series and TearRing Saga: Yutona Heroes War Chronicles.

Chapters

Main article: List of chapters in Vestaria Saga I: War of the Scions

Characters

Main article: List of characters in Vestaria Saga I: War of the Scions

Development

On February 2015, Shouzou Kaga blogged about an unfinished 2010 game he developed titled Vestaria Chonicle 687–693. Though Vestaria Chonicle's original incarnation was long cancelled, Kaga announced the project's revival in May 2015 under the title Vestaria Saga: The Seven Sacred Rings (Japanese: ヴェスタリアサーガ:七つの聖環). Over the course of the game's development, Kaga released numerous updates regarding Vestaria Saga's progress on his blog. Early builds utilized unused character portraits from TearRing Saga: Yutona Heroes War Chronicles for Vestaria Saga's cast. These were replaced with original portraits from Mayumi Hirota later in development.

Reception

As of May 4, 2021, 88% of the reviews on Steam are positive, and the game has a 3.6/5 star rating on GOG.

Pre-release information

Demo build

There was an English demo known as Vestaria Saga I: A Page from the Saga released on August 16, 2018. This features the first chapter of the game. Several strings are left untranslated.

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English

Vestaria Saga I: War of the Scions

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Japanese

ヴェスタリアサーガI 亡国の騎士と星の巫女

Vestaria Saga I: Knight of the Ruined Country and the Star Priestess

Gallery

References

External links

Vestaria Saga I: War of the Scions
Playable characters AccorteAlysiaAshAslanneAtholAynelliaBonacelCezarCromwellCyltanDuneEddardHaldynHelmeHildaHoelunJamulanJeanLiankaLiliaLyttiaMa'ayaMeridaNeiraNinaProdyRastelleRubinaSheelaSiegfriedSlayneTallanTheodelTroyUrvenYaeriZadeZayid
Non-playable characters BeatriceEmiliaGarlanGyskhalNaccaraOrpheliaRittonRolandTashaZecharias
Bosses AdelaideAjaxAmundsenBeornCallieraGormesGrevandelHookeJemmaMarlenaRaviniaTamthirThereniusTyronValeriusVilweissWallaceWesWillisZurneZweiras
Personal and * weapons DandelionEdelsternElder CorneliusSilvanisterStaff of BeatitudeVermil Ring
Chapters Prologue: The Fallen Kingdom • 1: Put to the Test • 2: Isle of Pirates • 3: The Brigands' Due • 4: A Howl in the Dark • 5: Venecia's Turmoil • 6: The Long Krall • 7: Revenants and Riders • 8: Battle for Malaya • 9: Trading in Troths • 10: The Scion's Proving • 11: The Siege of Harral • 12: Boreal Winds • 12x: The Banquet • 13: Across the Sands • 14: The Dread Forest • 15: The Cerberean Ruse • 15x: Dividing the Ranks • 16: Road to Deliverance • 17: The Prison Camp • 18: Lightbringer • 19: The Dark Quickening • 20: Journey's End
Locations VestariaMeledaVeneciaSolvian Empire
Groups, objects and concepts
Related topics Name chart • Other games (Vestaria Saga II: The Sacred Sword of Silvanister)
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Spin-offs Archanea SagaTokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FEHeroesWarriorsWarriors: Three Hopes
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