Tales of Luminaria New Details with the Announcement of an Anime Adaptation Produced by Kamikaze Douga

Publisher Bandai Namco and developer Colopl have revealed new information regarding Tales of Luminaria.


During the first airing of Tales of Luminaria Show, the companies have revealed information that includes the game’s story, the 21 main characters as well as their voice actors, new trailer titled “Answer”, gameplay footage, and the announcement that the game will have an anime adaptation titled as “Tales of Luminaria: The Fateful Crossroad”. Add to that, Tales of Luminaria is now open for pre-registration via Google Play and App Store.

“I’ll fight for my justice… and kill yours if I must.

Long ago, this land was home to beasts the size of mountains that have now become petrified. Mana overflowed from their remains, drawing people who sought its power, and civilizations sprang up.

People came to revere these mana-producing creatures, which they named “Primordial Beasts.” They built their lives around them. Thus began the worship of the Primordial Beasts.

Time moved ever onward, to the present day…

War erupts between the Jerle Federation, an alliance of countries who worship the Primordial Beasts, and the Gildllan Empire, which has enjoyed explosive development thanks to advanced technology. The fires of war burn ever brighter.

Federation knights-in-training, Imperial soldiers, and adventurers who owe allegiance to neither side… 21 very different people weave the story of their bonds, and the paths they forge through a turbulent age. Will their varying outlooks lead them to hidden truths about the world? You’ll have to play to find out…”


In this world, prosperity is built by the Mana produced by the mysterious giant life form Genju that transcends human knowledge. The Federation, which regards Genju as sacred and emphasizes coexistence with nature, depends on Genju for the development of civilization. Through this battle of conflicting ideas of justice, the thoughts of both enemies and friends are shown from various angles!
  • Jerle Federation – Since olden times, they have lived in harmony with nature and the Primordial Beasts.
  • Gildllan Empire – A technologically advanced nation whose growth is fueled by artificial extraction of mana from the Primordial Beasts.
  • Adventurer – Members of neither military, they investigate the mystery of the Primordial Beasts on their own.

With cell graphic-like visuals that coexist with profoundness and beauty, such as a map with a sense of depth and atmosphere, you can freely explore a vast and alluring location! The game sequence has been designed to ensure that battles and events proceed seamlessly and at a good pace. Basic Attack, Technique, and Secret Mystery can be activated by tapping and flicking. Each action and operation system has its own characteristics, expressing the characters’ individuality!
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Below are the 21 main characters:

Federation – Knights-in-Training and the teacher of the Special Edite Class “Blaze” at Aedis Knight Academy.
  • Leo Fourcade (voiced by Aaron Dismuke in English, Ryohei Arai in Japanese) - A passionate young man dedicated to the noble ideals his grandmother taught him. He enters the knight academy along with his friends, Celia and Hugo. To defeat the Empire that destroyed his hometown, he joins Blaze to improve his skills alongside his companions.
  • Celia Arvier (voiced by Cristina Vee in English, Miho Okasaki in Japanese) - Leo and Hugo’s childhood friend. She enters the knight academy with them and joins the ranks of Blaze. A natural caretaker, she always keeps a close eye on her friends, but a certain incident caused her to feel distant from them.
  • Michelle Bouquet (voiced by Dawn M. Bennett in English)
  • Lisette Regner (voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard in English)
  • Yelsy (voiced by Suzie Yeung in English)
  • Lucien Dufaure (voiced by Micah Solusod in English)
  • Maxime Hasselma (voiced by Ricco Fajardo in English)
  • Vanessa Morax (voiced by Jamie Marchi in English)
Empire – The chancellor, generals, and the soldiers who form the Empire’s backbone.
  • August Wallenstein (voiced by J. Michael Tatum in English)
  • Alexandra von Sonne (voiced by Caitlin Glass in English)
  • Bastien Forge (voiced by Christopher R. Sabat in English)
  • Laplace (voiced by Monica Rial in English)
  • Gaspard Herbet (voiced by Daman Mills in English)
  • Hugo Simon (voiced by Eric Vale in English, Kaito Takeda in Japanese) - Friends with Leo and Celia since childhood. During his activities as a member of Blaze, he became increasingly distrustful of the federation until a meeting with August lured him over to the Imperial side.
  • Amelie Laurence (voiced by Bryn Apprill in English)
  • Falk (voiced by Clifford Chapin in English)
Adventurer – Members of neither military, they investigate the mystery of the Primordial Beasts on their own.
  • Edouard Rouquier (voiced by Jason Liebrecht in English)
  • Lydie Delacroix (voiced by Cherami Leigh in English)
  • Ana-Maria Marschner (voiced by Megan Shipman in English)
  • Charles (voiced by Brittney Karbowski in English)
  • Raoul (voiced by Brandon Potter in English)

As Bandai Namco has revealed that an anime adaptation of Tales of Luminaria is already in the works, it was also revealed that it will be produced by Kamikaze Douga. They previously worked on the animated shorts and opening of Tales of Crestoria. Funimation will be handling the North American release of Tales of Luminaria: The Fateful Crossroad.

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Below is the short trailer of the anime. It has an English and Japanese version:

Tales of Luminaria is still currently being developed for Android and iOS. Aside from that it is also the current title of the Tales series. The release date of the game is yet to be announced.