Monster Girl Quest: Paradox is a trilogy game series made by Torotoro Resistance. It is the sequel to the original Monster Girl Quest trilogy, but it’s exact relation to the original is currently unknown due to its alternate universe status and the implications of parallel world travel paradoxes in its plot. Like its predecessor, there are a planned total of three parts, the first of which is currently being translated by Dargoth with the help of recently returned Rogue.
Here is the Japanese wiki.
Monmusu Quest! Paradox: First Chapter (official name: Monmusu Quest! Paradox RPG [Part One]) was officially released on 14 Mar 2015. The packaged version was launched on 6 Nov 2015 and can be found here. A trial version can be found here.
Returning features include Luka as the protagonist, the Monsterpedia, all monsters from the original are planned to return, plus new ones, for a planned total of roughly 500 monsters. The story will have mutually exclusive choices that will impact later parts of the game. Unlike the predecessor, Paradox functions as more of a traditional turn based JRPG game.
- Skills and Abilities
- Status Ailments
- Labyrinth of Chaos/Paradox
Dark God and Six Ancestors
Lilith Sisters are legendary succubi who are the creation of Minagi, one of the Six Ancestors. Lilith & Lilim in the original trilogy hint to the original Lilith Sisters, stating that they do not belong to the mythological class of succubi and their fame may have been mixed up with the original legend.
The Seven Archangels are the highest ranks of all angels, who only follows direct orders from the goddess herself. Each of their power is equal to that of Six Ancestors. Despite their name, these angels are not related to the Archangel rank in the Hierarchy of Angels.
Since Micaela has been promoted to the leader of the Seven Archangels and Lucifina has fallen, Eden has been promoted to the 1st seraphim, and Zion and Gnosis were created to fill the gap and become the second generation of Seraphims.
- White Rabbit
- Black Alice
- Armoured Berserker
- La Croix
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