Natural Doctrine: new characters, sub-species, more detailed

Get to know the various races you'll encounter in upcoming strategy RPG.

Natural Doctrine’s latest preview for Natural Doctrine reveals two new characters, details various sub-species, and shares final pricing for all three versions of the game.

The Kadokawa Games-developed simulation RPG is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita on March 19 in Japan. It was delayed from its planned February 22 release.

Find the information detailed below.

Pricing and Limited Edition

To celebrate the launch of PlayStation 4, a limited edition “Take Out Pack” for Natural Doctrine, including the retail PlayStation 4 version and digital PS Vita version, will be available for 7,980 yen. The game supports cross-save and cross-play functionality.

Here are your full range of purchase options:

  • Take Out Pack (PS4 and PS Vita versions) – 7,980 yen (8,379 yen with tax)
  • PlayStation 4 version – 6,980 yen (7,329 yen with tax)
  • PlayStation 3 version – 6,980 yen (7,329 yen with tax)
  • PS Vita version – 5,980 yen (6,279 yen with tax)


A wizard of the “Sage” apprentice who is familiar with the magic substance known as “Pluton.” From his pride as a sage, he shows behavior that is a little twisted, but has a kind personality at his core.

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An arms expert who has had a hard life as a war orphan. Her boyish behavior stands out, but she is in fact, a girl. She distrusts humans and rather seems to get along the orc sub-species.

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Goblin Sub-Species

A short sub-species with a population that overwhelms the rest. They excel at mineral mining and metalwork, but in accordance their conflict with humans over those techniques continues.

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Lizard Man Sub-Species

They are refined in sword arts and magic, a sub-species that boasts high level combat abilities. Their intellectual level is also high, they live in ruins constructed by advanced architecture engineering, and maintain a pyramidal hierarchical society.

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Orc Sub-Species

A sub-species that controls all the power and builds a feudal cultural sphere. They boast uncommon physical strength and are looked down upon by other species as inferior.

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Old Dragons

An existence that deviates from the general ecosystem, continuing to live beyond ancient times. They have a power likened to that of a disaster, but their ecology is wrapped in mystery.

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They are giant anthropomorphic monsters with the heads of oxen. Their bodies are tough, poor weaponry won’t be able to harm them. They are unintelligent and have cruel ferocious personalities.

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Gurion are monsters from legend. They appear in groups out of nowhere and prey on everything that moves. They are dreadful creatures that consume everything and then suddenly disappear. In accordance with their mode of life, they are diverse creatures. It’s said that they evolve and specialize into various forms depending on what they consume. Even humans have become targets of their predation, so it’s better to run away when you encounter them since they’re impossible to fight.

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