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Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana is the sixth installment of the Atelier Series of role-playing games which were developed by Gust, and the first game from the series to make the journey across the Pacific from Japan.

The story follows the exploits of Klein Kiesling, a young alchemist, as he explores the world, along with a group of friends he makes along the journey. Pretty standard RPG fare, narratively speaking.

Released in Japan in 2004, North America in 2005 and Europe in 2006, the game received decent reviews, but many of the innovations (which include item fusion/synthesis) earlier adopted by the Atelier series had already been adapted by other games which were released in North America before this chapter was introduced.


 Veola: I'll name it... the Blowmaster!

Lita: You do realize... never mind.

  • Heel Realization: Beggur after the final duel against him.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Mull.
  • Ineffectual Loner: Arlin, he's turned into a stone when he confronts Mull alone.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Beggur. So very, very much. The EPIC Ham voicework really helps this, to boot.
  • Lady of War: Marietta Lixiss.
  • Love At First Punch: Lita does rescue him first, and then she calls him a weakling for traveling alone.
  • Nice Hat: Lita's
  • Power Gives You Wings: A bit inverted here. Lita sprouts her wings when her internal mana supply is drained, leaving her weak. She still has wings that betray her artificial nature, though.
    • Strangely enough, while sprouting Lita's wings drains her Max HP, it does raise the attack power.
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: The Alkavana Knights.
  • Really Seven Hundred Years Old: Zeldalia to a T. The voicework makes this even better, since despite looking like she's twelve, she has the voice and mannerisms of a stately older woman.
  • Smug Snake: Good lord, Mull is terrible about this. You never get to fight him either, although you do get to see him satisfyingly blown to bits by Amalgam.
  • The Unfought: Mull, much to everyone's rage
  • Trailers Always Lie: That shot of Norn looking really mysterious and powerful? Nothing even remotely like that happens in the game itself.
  • Trailers Always Spoil: No, Virginia, those wings Lita sprouts in the opening movie are not merely symbolic.
  • Tsundere: Type B. Lita bounces rapidly back and forth between being sweet and perky to Klein or raging about what a jerk he is. She's very much soften up when her back story kicks in.
    • Marietta is a clear Type A for Delsus.
  • Verbal Tic: Norn and her meow and nya for English and Japanese voiceovers respectively.
  • Whip Sword: Merietta's
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