It is hereby by my decision to rechristen the Legend of Heroes wiki as another affiliate of the Falcom Alliance by the Kiseki Wiki. In other words, all Legend of Heroes upon their respective series will be relocated to their appropriate fandoms. If you have any objections or other suggestions, please contact me.
Afterward a new subseries, Trails, gained popularity with the Trails in the Sky trilogy, based in the land of Zemuria. Its sequels continued an integrated storyline involving diverse characters, countries, atmospheres, and experiences, all of which serve as the basis of the modern Legend of Heroes universe.
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Request for Translation!!
Not every game title has been localized in North America, so there may be some errors in regards of translating certain names, titles, events, histories, stories, etc. This may include anything from alternate names (i.e. Angie = Pillars, Thirteen Workshops = Thirteen Factories) of Japanese versions to spelling or grammatical errors.
In regards to the alternate names, we have provided 'redirect' links and descriptions in the article to include both English and Japanese versions of that name.
Anybody is free to submit a translator request and fix any possible errors present to maintain as a high quality reference to the Legend of Heroes series. If you have any questions, please contact me.
With its average population of 800,000, the city is divided into 17 districts for cultural tourism. The city itself is the central station for the extensive Transcontinental Railroad network, bridging across the annexed provinces throughout Erebonia and numerous locations outside its borders.
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