Stella Glow ‘Hilda’ trailer, screenshots

Meet the strategy RPG's Witch of Destruction.

Stella Glow

Atlus has released a new trailer for Stella Glow introducing Hilda, the strategy RPG’s antagonist and Witch of Destruction.

Here’s Atlus’ description of Hilda:

It’s so tiring saving the world! You get up, motivate your Harbingers to go out and start burning down villages, and then have to use up all your precious energy to entrap those filthy humans in crystal and protect the world from the scourge of humanity!

So the bad news is that her cursed song will annihilate anyone who gets in her path. But the good news is that the combined powers of the wind, water, fire, and earth Witches can reverse the curse. Unfortunately for Alto, those Witches, and the 9th Regiment, Hilda is well aware of this and intends on destroying them all. If her cursed song magic doesn’t have you quaking in your boots, she also wields a deadly scythe and has the undying loyalty of the Harbingers.

Additionally, Atlus announced that those who purchased the digital version of Stella Glow will receive a free 3DS theme featuring Hilda and the other four Witches of Stella Glow.

Stella Glow will launch for 3DS on November 17 in North America and on March 11 in Europe.

Watch the trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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