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Vestaria Saga I (ヴェスタリアサーガⅠ Vesutaria Sāga 1), subtitled Knight of the Fallen Kingdom and the Star Priestess (亡国の騎士と星の巫女 Boukoku no Kishi to Hoshi no Miko), is a freeware indie game for the PC made by Vestaria Project, which is composed of Shouzou Kaga and other volunteers. It is the first game in the Vestaria Saga Series.

In the ending credit roll, the game is alternatively titled Vestaria Chronicle Selron.ac1025-1026 [sic], referring to the in-universe calendar years during which the game takes place.

Development and Release Edit

The game was first discussed on Shouzou Kaga's blog in February 2015 regarding an unreleased game called Vestaria Chonicle 687-693 that was made back in 2010. Vestaria Chonicle was never released, but in May 2015, Kaga announced that the game would be revived using the software SRPG Studio and released under the title Vestaria Saga: The Seven Sacred Rings (ヴェスタリアサーガ:七つの聖環 Vesutaria Sāga: Nanatsu no Seikan). At some point, the game's title was changed again to its final form.

During the course of development, Shouzou Kaga posted numerous updates regarding the game's progress on his blog. During earlier development stages, the images used for characters' faces were taken from among the many unused images in TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga. These were later replaced by new artwork for the final release.

The game was scheduled for a Summer 2016 release, and it was made publicly available on September 5, 2016. A handful of patches were released during subsequent months to fix minor glitches.

Mayumi Hirota, who created the character designs and illustrations for Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 and TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga, returned to create the character designs. Illustrations were created by Usui Rina (笛吹りな).

The official English translation of the game is scheduled for a 2019 release, with a free demo planned for an August 16, 2018 release.

Notes Edit

  • While Pegasus Knights do not appear, a somewhat similar class, the griffon riding Eagle Riders appear. Like Pegasus Knights, Eagle riders use spears, later gaining swords after promotion. Most, though not all Griffon Knights, are female.



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