The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki introduces the Liberation Front of Empire terrorist group, trade town Celdic

"Correct the form of the nation!"

This week’s The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki media introduce a new terrorist group called the Liberation Front of Empire and a trade town called Celdic.

Liberation Front of Empire

A terrorist group that secretly maneuvers through the empire. Under the reformer slogan, “Correct the form of the nation!” Prime Minister Giliath Osborne and his political party are targeted while large-scale daredevil incidents take place across the map. In their jet-black airship with mechanical robot weapons, this terrorist group appears to have many connections.

Gideon, 34 (CV: Kohei Matsumoto)

The sub-leader of the Liberation Front of Empire terrorist group, Gideon holds an uncommon hatred toward Prime Minister Osborne, and weaves conspiracy wherever he goes.

Scarlet, 22 (CV: Hiromi Nishikawa)

Serving as the Liberation Front of Empire’s voluptuous, lone female boss, Scarlet possesses a specialized weapon used by the “Star Cup Knights of the Seven Shine Church” and known only as the Temple Sword.

Vulcan, 32 (CV: Takahiro Fujimoto)

Commander of the Liberation Front of Empire battle force, Vulcan possesses a fierce fighting power and the physical strength to wield a Gatling gun in his bare hands.

Celdic, the trade town

Situated in the center of a vast grain-producing region, Celdic is a site of all sorts of trade and commerce. Home to a relay station for the trans-continental railroad, this large city gives room to quite a bustling turn-out every week when it opens. Recently, the city’s storehouses have been laid to waste in an outbreak of city violence, and business transactions have become subject to large scale tax increases, causing agitation among merchants and business owners.

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