Lloyd Irving and his childhood friend Colette are destined to go on a journey to save the world of Sylvarant, but doing so may endanger Tethe'alla, a world parallel to theirs.

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Lloyd Irving (voice)
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Colette Brunel (voice)
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Genis Sage (voice) (as Colleen O'Shaughnessy)
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Raine Sage (voice) (as Kari Whalgren)
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Sheena Fujibayashi (voice)
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Zelos Wilder (voice)
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Presea Combatir / Corrine (voice)
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Regal Bryant (voice) (as Crispen Freeman)
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Kratos Aurion (voice) (as Cam Clark)
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Mithos (voice)
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Yggdrasill / Gnome (voice)
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Tabatha / Martel (voice)
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Yuan / Kvar / Magnius (voice)
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Rodyle / Shadow (voice)
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Pronyma / Luna (voice) (as Massasa)
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Lloyd Irving and his childhood friend Colette are destined to go on a journey to save the world of Sylvarant, but doing so may endanger Tethe'alla, a world parallel to theirs.

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The character Yggdrasill's name is taken from Norse Mythology. According to the Norse, the Yggdrasill was the giant ash tree which connected the three worlds, Asgard (land of the gods), Midgard (land of the mortals), and Niflheim (the underworld). In the game, the giant Kharlan tree has a similar function, being a "link that connects the world." Furthermore, an identical tree appears in the series's first game, Tales of Phantasia, under the name "Yggdrasill." See more »

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Zelos Wilder: [regarding Genis] You're an obnoxious brat, you know that?
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References The Tower of Druaga (1984) See more »

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Amazing Game
30 April 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Namco hit the jackpot with this one. An amazing detailed storyline combined with an incredibly addictive (You'll WANT to fight monsters) battle system and some great RPG elements make this game a joy to play over and over again. 8 Playable characters give this game amazing re-play value, since you'll want to play as all your characters and learn all their individual techniques. You can even have a friend join in during battle fights, taking direct control over a character's movements. The hand-drawn anime cut-scenes are amazing. It really adds to the epic tale that this game is. The voice acting is also amazing. You can tell the actors really put an amazing effort into the game. It feels very realistic, from listening. I have wasted countless hours on this game, and it was worth it. My favorite game on the Gamecube by far.


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