|Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana|
|Publisher|| JP Gust|
NA NIS America
|Released|| May 27, 2004|
June 28, 2005
March 17, 2006
March 23, 2006
|Rating|| CERO: Ages 12 and up (B) |
ESRB: Teen (T)
|Genre||Role Playing Game|
Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana (イリスのアトリエ エターナルマナ Irisu no Atorie Etānaru Mana) is the 6th core Atelier game and the first in the Iris Saga.
Atelier Iris is the first game within the series to be localized outside of Japan, and was released to North America, Europe and Australia.
The game follows the young alchemist Klein Kiesling, who is travelling to learn more about alchemy together with his friend, the Wood Mana, Popo. One day, he is saved from a monster by Lita Blanchimont, a young Galgazit, monster hunter. Lita eventually recruits him to become an Galgazit as well, and they start working together in the town of Kavoc. However, Klein is soon caught in many troubles, and eventually becomes involved in a quest of saving both the world and Lita.
Alchemy in RegallzineEdit
- See Item List (Atelier Iris) for a list of materials and recipes
Alchemy in Regallzine is not as wide spread as alchemy in most of the other Atelier titles. Alchemists are now rare and often focus their studies on the legendary city of Avenberry or on the alchemist Iris Blanchimont, who lived before Avenberry's fall. Those who don't study Iris or Avenberry wander the world, seeking ancient recipes and artifacts for synthesis. From a gameplay perspective, Alchemy is divided into two categories: Mana Items, created with the aid of spirits called Mana and normal item creation, such as cooking or preparing explosives. In order to craft items with the power of Mana, an alchemist must break items, such as stones and barrels, into base elements to draw from.
The soundtrack was composed by Akira Tsuchiya, Ken Nakagawa & Daisuke Achiwa and was released May 19, 2004 in Japan by TEAM Entertainment.
- White Night Illusion (Byakuya Gensoutan / 白夜幻想譚) by Haruka Shimotsuki
- Walking Path (Ayumu Michi / 歩む道) by Mami Horie (Normal Ending)
- Silent rhyme by Mami Horie (True Ending)