The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero Website “Hacked” by Kitty More, New Edited Descriptions; Heiyue Introduced

The official website for the upcoming The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero has been updated with more humorous additions from the in-universe hacker, Kitty.

Last time, Kitty edited the “Summary” and “Bracer Guild” sections, alongside adding a new part of the website introducing Revache. Today, Kitty has edited the ‘Testaments” and “Saber Vipers” segments of the website with her own unique comments. Further, she has also provided a new section discussing the crime syndicate, Heiyue.

The following emboldened lines signify her speech. As a result, the non-altered texts are the original words written by protagonist Lloyd Bannings.

Saber Vipers

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A group of delinquents located in the Downtown District of Crossbell City, the Saber Vipers are very rough around the edges. Its members are almost always looking for a fight, due in large part to their hot-headed (not to mention single-minded, obstinate, and childish) leader, Wald Wales. That being said, he may be the only one strong enough to keep a group like this in line. I for one won’t give Wald too much credit, as dangling something shiny in front of their eyes is likely all it takes to keep his followers in check.

The Saber Vipers have occupied an abandoned warehouse named Ignis, and have been using it as their headquarters. The loud music being blasted from the building during all hours of the day is fairly unmistakable…I guess it’s true that small dogs bark the loudest.

The group has a bitter rivalry with the Testaments, with the two gangs often finding any excuse to go at it. It often ends up falling on us to put a stop to things before any innocent bystanders get hurt. This begs the question; who shall put a stop to things should the SSS get hurt in the process? Perhaps the Bracer Guild can come to the rescue when this inevitable outcome occurs.

Testaments

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A group of delinquents located in the Downtown District of Crossbell City, the Testaments fancy themselves as intellectuals. Their calm and collected leader, Wazy Hemisphere, has earned himself quite the loyal following (as well as some emotionally unstable fan girls), one that the SSS will need to monitor closely moving forward. I believe there is far more to Wazy than meets the eye. However, I doubt any of his followers can see past his facade.

It seems the Trinity bar is the Testament’s base of operations, and they refer to this location as their “holy ground.” Not exactly the words I’d use to describe a bar, but it does track with the religious motif this group has adopted.

The group has a bitter rivalry with the Saber Vipers, with the two gangs often finding any excuse to go at it. It often ends up falling on us to put a stop to things before any innocent bystanders get hurt. This raises the question; who shall put a stop to things should the SSS get hurt in the process? Perhaps the Bracer Guild can come to the rescue when this inevitable outcome occurs.

Lastly, the introduction for Heiyue is viewable below, as written by Kitty:

Heiyue

Hailing from Calvard, Heiyue is a crime syndicate trying to wrestle control of Crossbell’s black market away from Revache. On paper, it’s a simple trading company by the name of Heiyue Trading, Ltd, but this is merely a front for the group’s criminal activities. I’m sure that cunning and tenacious branch manager, Cao Lee, was the one who came up with this idea.

Most of their members’ capabilities are well within my expectations. However, it seems they have one particular individual in their employ who may be a bit more interesting—someone whose name is whispered of in Calvard’s Eastern Quarter. The legendary assassin known only as Yin.

If Heiyue was to start a war with Revache for control of Crossbell’s criminal underground, I would recommend the SSS stay out of it. Lloyd and his little friends are ever so entertaining to watch—it would be such a pity if they were to be crushed like bugs in the conflict.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero is releasing for Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via the Epic Games Store and Steam on September 27, 2022.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure is releasing for Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via the Epic Games Store, GOG, and Steam in early 2023. Its limited edition and unaffixed merchandise are available to pre-order, too.


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