Tales of graces main arc ending relationship

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For Tales of Graces f on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "The first ending of the main arc REALLY gives the wrong impression. Sophie and Asbel have a little sister-older brother relationship. The main ending is the still the same, but the difference is whether Zelos remain Tales of Graces F has a good ending and you continue playing after you beat the saying different lines depending on your relationship levels. Zestiria honestly though Graces F Future Arc was much better then Zestiria's. But yeah, the end of the game (or future Arc, rather). In the main storyline, there's very little interaction between the two throughout the story.

It's almost like the previous events didn't occur. And then even after proposing, he stands there awkwardly. No kiss, not even a hug. Sophie has to pull them together. In this scene Asbel acted like a 13 year old going through the awkwardness of puberty. He came a long way in maturity from when we first met him as a kid I guess in his defense he didn't think of her romantically for most of the game up until the end of the main arc, and didn't really consider the idea of marriage until the beginning of the future arc, and when he meets Cheria then he acts all nervous so it's possible it's all new territory for him.

The way he acted was in character, yes, but you would expect him to be more forward after both have already confessed. It's true I shouldn't expect quality romance from a tales game, but the romance between Asbel and Cheria has been a pretty large theme in the game. Did this annoy anyone else, or am I alone here?

I guess it makes her a more independent character but it's pretty bizarre that she crushes on him the entire game. I suppose it also shows how selfless she is and this is why Richard reminds her to also pursue her own happiness but Asbel leaves that scene looking very dejected To get Sophie's Lv. However, you have to Dualize three of them using "Cashable" ingredients, items that the game explicitly tells you that you can sell for a nice sum.

Good luck finding all the skits; many of them are in places one would never think to go back to, or in random locations you would otherwise never visit again once you get halfway through the final dungeon.

Still others are only available by entering an area and then returning to an area that you were just at. Did you forget to sleep at an inn? Fourier thinks this is true of Pascal, but Pascal claims that it's just that A.

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She gets caught up in her work and B. There never seems to be enough hot water around when she needs it. She later claims though that she fantasizes about stopping time, because she could stop time then she would never get any dirtier and she would never have to take a bath.

Heir Club for Men: The Lhant lordship, which leaves Lhant in a tough spot when Aston dies and Asbel is absent. Everyone you know is using guns, gun-sticks, sword-gun-sticks, gloves, glove-guns, magic, magic swords, boomerang swords Sophie also attempts it.

The first time you fight Hubert, it is impossible to win because he has to prove his superiority to Asbel. Proof of Hubert's "loss" turning into a win. Pascal gets one in Lineage and Legacies in the Eleth Research Laboratory following the boss fight when the party realizes something is wrong with Fodra's core and she's asked if she has any ideas.

Cheria starts off as this but she rapidly recovers at the same time she receives her healing powers. You can also run across one in Fendel and you are rewarded by giving her plushies to keep her company.

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Malik, who use a boomerang-sword; Pascal, who uses a rifle-pole hybrid; Hubert, who uses a twin-blade which can separate into a pair of handguns. Kerri to Asbel in Lineage and Legacies, accompanied by various marriage prospects. Justified, in order to continue the Lhant bloodline. Asbel's father Aston is an massive dick to him pretty much every time they're ever on screen together, though considering he dies early on, that's not long.

Jerkass Has a Point: That said, Asbel is a complete brat as a kid and never does what he says, so his frustration is rather understandable. At one point, you pass through a very poor town in Fendel. The houses are in terrible shape and you see two children one of whom is sick picking up cryas shards outside in the cold. The party feels bad for them and Sophie gives them some cryas shards.

Then you can rummage through their cupboards and steal their food. Collecting all the Magic Carta will spoil at least two minor plot points from Tales of Symphonia: Kratos is a Death Seeker and Presea's father will die. Apparently being defeated by some kids seven years ago had done so much for him.

Leaning on the Fourth Wall: A few of the victory quotes lean dangerously close: If you take off Malik's armour, the captain will ask Asbel why he did it at the end of the fight. Asbel swears it wasn't his own decision, but can't explain it. Pascal wonders why there are always enemies around, and she suggests they wouldn't keep coming if someone wasn't profitting from them.

The game has the sword of Asbel's father, Aston, which was a legendary eleth sword. When Asbel was in training as a knight, he sold the old, rusted sword for cheap to a traveling merchant called a "Turtlez" one of many in the gamenot realizing its history or potential.

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Much later in the game, the player can buy it back for hefty premium and take it to the Amarcian Enclave and it turns out to be the extremely powerful Excalibur. Compared to most titles in the Tales series, it could possibly be the most family friendly game. It doesn't have much Fanservice there's one Beach Episodebut no Hot Springs Episode and carries an overall light hearted tone. Limited Special Collector's Ultimate Edition: Sophie is either an acrobat from the circus, or an assassin.

Loved I Not Honor More: Asbel and Cheria develop this relationship. The former has a duty to his hometown, the latter wants to do humanitarian work around the world. Both of them want to be together, and are willing to wait despite the separation.

During one subevent in Lineage and Legacies, Malik and Victoria end up in their swimsuits. Victoria's suit is a very skimpy bikini, and the camera spends quite a bit of time focused on it. Mark of the Supernatural: Those with Lambda inside their body will have heterochromia.

It's pretty obvious with Asbel in the Lineage to the Future arc, but during Richard, you have to look rather closely. He manages to confess to her, but she doesn't get it. Their final conversation, however, has her calling him Hu instead of Little Bro like she used to. The first couple hours focuses on the cast as kids, before the Time Skip to the main part of the story. It is shown in one brief scene in the opening demo. The entire game — and the prologue alone is a good start — is littered with moments of severe solemnity immediately followed with some silliness.