The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki classes, extracurricular activities, mock battles, and point system detailed

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Falcom has detailed some of the in-school activities of The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki, its PlayStation 3 and PS Vita RPG due out September 26 in Japan.

General Class

Lectures are carried out in the school’s classrooms, and cover topics ranging from Elebonian history to military affairs to cooking, for the female students. If you answer a question correctly when you’re called on, you’ll earn a higher grade.

Extracurricular Activities

The Towa Student Council President gathers requests and delivers them to Rean in the student dormitory. On days off, you can undertake each of those requests as quests. There are also quests that don’t appear in Rean’s mailbox, as well as ways to deepen your relationship with the students of Class VII.

Practical Skill Test

Mock battles will be carried out between students. One example shows Rean and Jusis battling two-on-two against fellow Class VII students Laura and Fie. If you meet certain conditions during the battle, you’ll earn a higher grade.

AP & Rank System

Through the activities mentioned above, you’ll earn Academic Points (AP). By acquiring points, your rank will rise. There are a total of fifteen ranks.

By acquiring AP and meeting certain conditions in the game, it’s possible to obtain four types of Lion’s Heart medals, which Rean can equip as an accessory.

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