Playable Characters

Some articles on character, playable characters, characters:

Castlevania Judgment - Plot - Characters
... Character Origin Simon Belmont Castlevania Dracula Castlevania Death Castlevania Golem Haunted Castle Carmilla Castlevania II Simon's Quest Trevor Belmont Castlevania III ... There are 14 playable characters ... Other playable characters include recurring enemies and bosses of the Castlevania franchise, and a new exclusive character named Aeon, the guardian of time ...
Sin & Punishment: Star Successor - Characters - Playable Characters
... Kachi (カチ?) A villainess-turned-heroine, Kachi loses her memories after her defeat and takes the form of a human girl ... She grew fond of humanity, and wishes to live amongst them instead of destroying them ...
Sunday VS Magazine: Shūketsu! Chōjō Daikessen - Playable Characters
... Weekly Shōnen Sunday characters Weekly Shōnen Magazine characters Kaoru Akashi Natsu Dragneel Hayate Ayasaki Lucy Heartfilia Yoshimori Sumimura Negi Springfield Tokine Yukimura Itsuki Minami ...
Final Fantasy II - Plot - Characters
... Final Fantasy II features four playable characters as well as several secondary characters who are only briefly controlled by the player ... Primary characters include Firion (フリオニール, Furionīru?, "Frioniel" in the Japanese release), a resident of the country of Fynn and the main ... Five playable characters temporarily join the party to assist Firion, Maria, and Guy in their missions for the rebellion ...
Black/Matrix (video Game Series) - Black/Matrix - Gameplay
... Black/Matrix gives the player control of a group of playable characters who traverse various two-dimensional 3/4 isometric-view maps that represent towns and ... for procurement and management of items and equipment, and battles which pit the playable characters against computer controlled opponents in battle maps ... battlefield maps, while Black/Matrix AD employs visual novel style static landscapes with large character sprites superimposed over them ...

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    What makes literature interesting is that it does not survive its translation. The characters in a novel are made out of the sentences. That’s what their substance is.
    Jonathan Miller (b. 1936)