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The subject of this fanlistingThis fanlisting is dedicated to the RPG, video game Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana; created by NIS America with Gust Incorporated. As mentioned on the main page, this game takes you on an adventure to discover the deepest and darkest secrets of alchemy, as well as becoming a master at the art of alchemy. In the game, you play Klein Kiesling, an alchemist, who is soon joined by other characters as they travel together to unravel the puzzles of alchemy, as well as take care of personal and other matters along the way for the heck of it. Besides the main task of learning more about alchemy, various side quests and optional scenes have also been made. From running errands, doing favors, creating food, to giving back rubs and finding love. It's a wild adventure full of laughs and surprises.
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Fading Enchantment...?The fanlisting's name, Fading Enchantment, was thought up from the game, no doubt. Basically, the name has something to do with the art of alchemy, and the fact that alchemists (like the main character, Klein) are hard to come by in the present time of the game. With alchemists being so rare, the art of alchemy can appear to be a fading enchantment, or a great knowledge that's slowly dying away as few and fewer people study it, anymore.
Personal ThoughtsAt first I was a bit skeptical about this game being utterly fun. Largely due to the graphics -- I guess that's what happens when you play too much heavily, 3-dimensional games like Final Fantasy X and Star Ocean: Till the End of Time. But the game's opening theme furiously changed my mind; in short, the opening introduction of the game was astounding. I find the graphics to actually be quite cute, ehehehe... The story, at times, can really be mind boggling, but it all makes things worthwhile when the facts are set straight later on. The interaction between the characters in the game can be both amusing and hilarious, too. The various sidequests at the oddest times makes this game even more fun to play. It's like running off and taking a break from the main adventure at hand; like ditching. *cackles*