Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy New Character Profiles, Battle System Detailed

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy

The Japanese website for Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy has updated, revealing new information about the game’s battle system and its characters.

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy launches December 3rd in Japan, January 26th, 2021 in North America, and January 29th, 2021 in Europe for Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 (digitally).

The Japanese website has updated its Characters and System pages. You can find the character information on the newly revealed characters below.

CV Rikako Aida
Zephine Bodoin

“What were you two talking about? Sexy talk?”

She is the signature girl of a cafe in the school district of Wangdu.
She manages the request board at the café and runs a thriving restaurant by herself, which is always busy.
The master rarely shows up.
In effect, she’s close to the Lord of the Cafe.


CV Ryo Yaginuma
Dennis Holland

“Actually, I’m looking for a rare metal for a reason.”

Even in the royal capital, where many artisans have set up shop, He is a highly skilled blacksmith.
He is also an excellent metal carver, and is skilled at processing weapons.
He is a friendly person, but he has a tremendous amount of concentration when he is working.
He can’t even hear voices around him when working.


CV Yuki Nagaku
Romy Vogel

“Yes, yes, this is Romy, the owner.”

A woman who runs a shop in the royal capital.
She is used to travel from place to place, mainly peddling.
She decided to sit in the royal capital for a while.
During her time as a peddler, she often visited the island of Kooken.
Liza and her are familiar with each other.


CV Sayumi Suzushiro
Cassandra Capelli

A girl who looks so happy to see a field
That’s a first.

She is the eldest daughter of a farmer with a large farmland in the agricultural district of the royal city.
She works as the center of her sisters in a house with no male workers.
However, she is unable to provide for her vast farmland.
They now produce only the bare minimum for life.
The problem is what to do with the excess land that has to be left as fallow land.


Translation: DeepL, adjusted

Editor’s Note: You can find some of the screenshots above in English from our previous report

In addition, the website updated with new information on the game’s battle system. Touted a “real-time tactics battle system,” players fight with up to four characters (3 main and one substitute), and can use Skill Chains to use up to four skills in a row.

Further, ryokutya2089 (a blog dedicated to summarizing Japanese gaming news from physical publications) shared more information via Famitsu. Reportedly (Translation: DeepL), players can gain AP via guarding- but don’t reduce damage. This AP is then spent during Skill Chains to unleash skills back to back.

The Skill Chains increases the skill’s power, and lets the player gain more “CC.” CC is spent to use items consecutively, with some items activating Core Drives.

When skills are used, players also fill a gauge. When this exceeds a certain amount, the “TLv” is increased. When players are a high enough level, maxed out TLv can be used on Fatal Drive moves.

Other updates to the Japanese website include a mosaic art campaign, the game’s soundtrack being released on two discs (containing 60 tracks), and (as previously reported) the game’s physical PlayStation 5 version being cancelled. The game can still be upgraded from PlayStation 4 for free, but only on PlayStation 5 models with disc drives.

You can find a sample of the soundtrack below.

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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