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Lost Eidolons: Romance Guide (All Options)
- by Adrian Oprea
- February 4, 2023
- Guides , Lost Eidolons
Lost Eidolons is a game very similar to the Fire Emblem franchise, and it retained one of the best parts of those titles: romance. As you play through the story as Eden and bring this revolution to an end, you will get to increase the rapport between him and some of his companions. Though you can befriend all characters, you can only romance 6 of them. So, here is a romance guide for Lost Eidolons where we will list all the romanceable companions and how to get their endings.
Related: Lost Eidolons: How many chapters are there?
Romance in Lost Eidolons
The way romance works in Lost Eidolons is that you can increase your rapport with companions by giving them gifts, and, in the last chapter, you can give them a special item to “make it official.”
Before the battle in Chapter 27, you will have the opportunity to buy a special item from Merchant Salama. This item is called the Memento Box. To get the romance ending with one of the 6 romanceable characters, you will need to max out their rapport using gifts and then give them the Memento Box.
If you give them the Memento Box before maxing out their rapport then you will have wasted your chance at a romance ending.
Gifting them the box will get you their romance ending after you finish Chapter 27 and Lost Eidolons itself. You can also have a conversation with the character after giving them the box which hints at a possible romantic relationship after the final battle.
All Romanceable Characters in Lost Eidolons (All Options)
There are 6 characters you can romance in Lost Eidolons, which will result in a cute image at the end of the game. There are 5 female romance companions and one male:
All of the other relationships in Lost Eidolons are purely platonic. Even if you feel like there might be some tension between some characters, nothing will happen if you give them the Memento Box or max out their rapport.
Each character likes different gifts, so make sure to save before giving one, to experiment. You can easily max out the rapport of at least two characters before Chapter 27.
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- Chapter 1: None
- Chapter 2: None
- Chapter 3: Rare Sword
- Chapter 4: Lucky Earring
- Chapter 5: 3 x Medium Recovery Potion (Chest 1) Rare Shield (Chest 2) Rare Cloth Armor (Enemy Drop)
- Chapter 6: Rare Shield Steel Necklace
- Chapter 7: Rare Bow - Rare Leather Armor (Chest 1) Rare Spear (Enemy Drop)
- Chapter 8: Resistant Necklace - 3x Medium Recovery Potion (Chest) Rare Elemental Grimoire (Enemy Drop)
- Chapter 9: Rare Sword
- Chapter 10: 3x Medium Recovery Potion (Chest 1) Rare Sword (Chest 2) Rare Dark Grimoire (Enemy Drop)
- Chapter 11: Rare Bow
- Chapter 12: Unique Spear (Sky's Edge)
- Chapter 13: Edie : Rare Light Grimoire Rare Axe
- Chapter 14: 3x Medium Recovery Potion (Chest 1) Rare Plated Armor (Chest 2) Viturin : Rare Leather Armor
- Chapter 15: Gustave : Rare Cloth Armor Minister : None? Bugged?
- Chapter 16: Rare Plate Armor
- Chapter 17: Stonegrass Necklace (Accessory)
- Chapter 18: Legendary axe - 3x Medium Recovery Potion (Chest) Kalastar : Legendary Bow
- Chapter 19: Legendary Sword - 3x Medium Recovery Potion (Chest) Guillermo : Legendary Cloth Armor
- Chapter 20: Cesare : Legendary Dark Grimoire Nora : Legendary Light Grimoire Hugues : Legendary Elemental Grimoire Hector : Legendary Leather Armor
- Chapter 21: Merten : Legendary Bow Chelcia : Legendary Leather Armor Elias : Legendary Cloth Amor Lila : Legendary Sword Godfrey : Legendary Shield Guillermo : Legendary Elemental Grimoire
- Chapter 22: Merten : Legendary Plate Armor Gio : Legendary Spear Lila : Legendary Leather Armor Godfrey : Legendary Sword Elias : Legendary Cloth Armor Elena : Legendary Bow Celina : Legendary Cloth Armor Balastar : Legendary Leather Armor Rosalina : Legendary Plate Armor Chelcia : Legendary Axe
- Chapter 23: Legendary Shield - 3x Large Recovery Potion (Chest)
- Chapter 24: Gio : Legendary Shield Lia : Legendary Blade Chelcia : Legendary Axe Guillermo : Legendary Elemental Grimoire
- Chapter 25: Chio : Legendary Shield Chelcia : Legendary Bow Godfrey : Legendary Plate Armor
- Chapter 26: Merten : Legendary Bow Godfrey : Legendary Sword Gio : Legendary Shield Elias : Legendary Elemental Grimoire Lila : Legendary Leather Armor Celina : Legendary Cloth Armor Rosalina : Legendary Plate Armor Guillermo : Legendary Axe Elena : Legendary Bow Balastar : Legendary Dark Grimoire
- Chapter 27: Balastar : Marco's Fury
- Every 45 points (except at 180): Leadership + 10, Undo's + 1, Cost of sending out troops +5 Leadership 15 Points: 450 gold, 2 Small Recovery Potions, 2 Small Strength Elixers, 2 Small Magic Elixers 30 Points: 600 gold, Rare Accesory (Requital Chain) 45 Points: 750 gold 60 Points: 800 gold, Brass Sheath, Refined Soulstone 75 Points: 1050 gold, 2 Medium Recovery Potions, 2 Medium Strength Elixers, 2 Medium Magic Elixers 90 Points: 1200 gold 105 Points: 1350 gold, Legendary Accesory (Hero's armlet) 120 Points: 1500 gold, Aged Pomeldan Liquor, Alpine Fruit 135 Points: 1650 gold 150 Points: 1800 gold, 2 Large Recovery Potions, 2 Large Strength Elixers, 2 Large Magic Elixers 165 Points: 1950 gold, Four Eidolons Statue, Bloodstone Bracelet 180 Points: 2100 gold, Unique Accesory(Champion's Necklace)
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- OS: Windows 10 x64
- Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570 or AMD equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce GTX 960 or AMD equivalent, 4 GB VRAM
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 15 GB available space
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Lost Eidolons Gameplay and Features Overview
Lost Eidolons Gameplay and Features Overview – In this Lost Eidolons Gameplay and Features Overview, we will be looking into the gameplay mechanics and qualities that make the new turn-based tactical RPG distinct. Lost Eidolons is developed and published by Ocean Drive Studio, Inc., and it is available on PC via Steam. The game will also be launched on other consoles sometime next year.
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- Name : Lost Eidolons
- Platforms : PC (Steam), Xbox Series X|S, and Other Consoles (2023)
- Developer : Ocean Drive Studio, Inc.
- Publisher : Ocean Drive Studio, Inc.
- Release Date : 13th October 2022
- Genre : Tactical Turn-Based RPG
What is Lost Eidolons?
Lost Eidolons is a tactical Turn-Based RPG comprised of several classes and skills available for customization, grid-based combat mechanics, and the camp system. Exploration is not really a core focus of the game because you will not traverse across the continent of Artemisia to recruit mercenaries and experienced soldiers in your ranks. Instead, you will engage in strategic combat as well as complete quests in the camp to improve your relationship with allies.
At its core, Lost Eidolons is Fire Emblem: Three Houses in almost everything except for the story, setting, and art style. However, this is not a bad thing as few have emulated the tried and tested formula that the series is known for. If you have played Fire Emblem, combat and NPC interaction to gain rapport will feel nostalgic. If you haven’t, then you are in for a treat because Lost Eidolons has done a good job of delivering a challenging yet fair experience overall.
What makes this RPG unique is the way monster fights are handled differently. Proper positioning and swapping of weapons are crucial to effectively hitting their most vulnerable parts. Otherwise, you will unnecessarily extend the encounter, which can potentially skew the results negatively.
Lost Eidolons Gameplay and Features Overview – Story & Setting
In Lost Eidolons, you take on the role of Eden, who is forced to lead a band of ragtag mercenaries. The Conqueror King who united the lands of Artemisia wasn’t always tyrannical. In fact, he brought peace to the continent for several years until a High Priest predicted the Empire’s fall, prompting him to silence anyone who would dare question his leadership. Your goal is to bring peace by ridding the world of corruption, greed, and the dangerous monsters that are slaughtering half the population.
The RPG’s storytelling element is done linearly, where completing one chapter encounter after another propels the narrative forward. Side stories are presented in the form of characters interacting with each other as well as the player scouring the camp for letters and books. Doing so makes the world feel real the more you learn about the people you meet because of how relatable their lives are. Moreover, you gain a deeper understanding of the places you visit as you continue to develop alliances with neighboring factions. This is due to their well-documented histories and accounts.
Despite the heavy dialogue, your opinions will not steer the plot in a different direction, as this point seems to be fixed. However, you do have the option of choosing the NPCs you wish to develop a rapport with, but not much beyond that.
Lost Eidolons features an older medieval fantasy art style, which Ocean Drive Studio has executed relatively well, especially when it comes to depicting the chaotic perils of war. While the game may not win any awards for visuals, it still does the genre justice. When the characters are talking, however, the shadows and lighting are insufficient to make them stand out from the background. Additionally, the lip-syncing feels awkward as it does not line up with what they are actually saying.
On the contrary, what adds to the exciting experience I have felt comes from the thunderous and rhythmic music and sound effects. In combat, every weapon has its distinctive sounds, from an axe’s devastating blow to an arrow penetrating a target’s armor. The spells are equally impactful, especially when you combine them with terrain modifiers. For instance, casting Thunderbolt against wet targets will electrify the ground they are standing on, most likely killing them in the process.
Last but not least is the convincing voice acting. This is well-executed so much so that it not only elevates the way the story is told but also convincingly captures the behavior of every character.
Lost Eidolons Gameplay and Features Overview – Gameplay Mechanics
Classes and gear.
Lost Eidolon features interesting gameplay mechanics that cohesively work well. For starters, there are multiple classes worth trying as long as you fulfill certain conditions. Specialized classes have specific weapon and armor level Mastery Requirements to be unlocked. To gain gear experience, you need to use them in combat and undergo Weapons and Defense Training. The good thing is that training doesn’t lock characters out, meaning, you can still bring them along in succeeding encounters. Furthermore, remember that you can easily switch from one class to the next without spending money, provided you meet the prerequisites.
Since you will be commanding an army, you are in charge of taking good care of your constituents. Everyone starts as either a Commoner who specializes in wielding weapons or a Noble who is more magically inclined. You can then branch out into 3 Beginner Classes upon reaching Chapter 4. These include the Fighter, Squire, and Mage. The Fighter is offensive in nature, often relying on two-handed weapons such as the sword or bow to eliminate enemies.
Comparatively, the Squire is always prepared to defend themselves thanks to their trusty shield and one-handed sword or spear. Finally, you have the Mage who is focused on dealing elemental and dark magic to effectively debilitate and attack targets as well as light magic to heal allies.
Upon reaching Chapters 6 and 17, you will have the chance to choose from 5 Advanced and 10 Master Classes, respectively, while gaining specific skills and stats. In building the strength of your army, it is ideal to create a party composed of a hunter, warrior or knight, wizard, and priest. Hunters excel in ranged combat, Warriors and Knights deal excellent melee damage and are the best at brute force, Wizards focus on dealing offensive magic and controlling the fight by inflicting status effects, and Priests provide support by healing their comrades.
Being the leader of the squad, Eden’s exclusive role is that of the Overlord when he reaches level 30. Not only is he heavily protected due to Plated Armor but he is also adept in dealing significant physical and magic damage.
In addition to how meticulous your planning should be when it comes to the characters you are building, you must also be prepared in combat, which is both turn and grid-based like in Fire Emblem. Prior to the actual encounter, you can buy potions from the merchant, change unit formation, and even explore the area. The latter consists of wide open spaces with various terrain that provide different kinds of bonuses and hindrances. Some tiles can get wet, making units standing on them vulnerable to taking great lightning damage. Thickets, on the other hand, provide cover, thereby granting +10 guard to take less damage.
Additionally, unlike most turn-based RPGs, there are no flanking maneuvers, attacks of opportunity, or height advantage.
At the start of every round, you begin with a birds-eye view of how you want to control your characters, that is, whether they move next to the enemy to hit them using a sword or advance a few grids away to pelt them with arrows. When you launch an attack, you are treated to a cinematic cutscene just like in Fire Emblem where the camera zooms into the action. These combat scenes can be sped up by hitting Ctrl in case they get too repetitive for the players’ tastes. Enemy turns can also be skipped entirely by pressing Esc should you wish to get surprised by how much the game’s board state changes.
Next, you do get notified every time an enemy is “targeting” your units due to the presence of red lines directed at them. Targeting an enemy with a normal attack, ability, or spell also gives an approximation of how much damage you might deal. This essentially lets players make an informed decision about whether their next move will kill a foe or not, considering that the attack actually hits. Furthermore, there are Command Skills, which change based on the character’s class. So if you play as a martial unit, you can use Taunting Blow to goad an enemy into attacking you. Doing so can protect your Wizard or Priest from getting hit if they are standing beside the affected target.
Most units take up one tile, except for huge monsters who occupy multiple spaces. Specifically, Hellhounds and Manticores which also feature adaptive weaknesses. This means that certain sides of the creature will be susceptible to specific attacks, such as having their hind legs weak against spear-type weapons, or their heads being vulnerable to magic. As such, you need to change tactics to adapt and position your characters differently. Doing so grants the advantage of dealing greater damage in the form of chained attacks. However, you also have to be careful since these creatures will often turn around, thereby modifying their weaknesses in succeeding turns, not unlike a table top game.
What makes Lost Eidolons forgiving is the “Undo” feature. This allows players to backtrack at most 10 times per encounter to ensure that they are making the right combat decisions. This is essentially better than reloading the game, and a nice way to allow more optimal actions without having to do so. It’s not all fun and games though, as permadeath is also a good way to introduce an added layer of challenge should you choose the Maniac Game Mode in the beginning. If a character dies in combat in this game mode, they can no longer be used in any of the subsequent fights.
Oddly enough, they will continue to roam around in camp but are branded as “Retired” instead. These fallen allies will still contribute to the story in some shape or form. After all, it’s only a flesh wound!
Lost Eidolons Gameplay and Features Overview – The Camp
Lost Eidolon’s camp isn’t there simply to be a breather in between story chapters. Rather than upgrading buildings, the activities you will usually engage in include talking to NPCs, joining training, and completing optional battles for bonus experience. You can converse with, and get to know the various people who have decided to join your cause as well as pay you a visit. By spending time and giving them gifts, you will build rapport, which will provide perks such as potentially recruiting them to your army. These cost Leadership points are replenished after every chapter encounter.
Here, you can also prepare everything and anything related to your party’s loadout. As mentioned previously, remember to enroll your characters in the Training Plan via the Attendant by the Lodgings to improve weapon and armor proficiencies, thereby speeding up their progress toward specialized classes. Additionally, Eden can choose to waltz through the camp in all its glory or make use of the intuitive fast travel system to jump to an important NPC’s location. It also helps that the loading screen in between these segments is super quick, especially on an SSD.
Lost Eidolons is a tactical, turn-based RPG where army composition, proper positioning, and environmental awareness take center stage. These are the factors that you need to pay close attention to in order to succeed in fights. Despite incorporating several combat mechanics from Fire Emblem: Three Houses, the game still features unique qualities such as the advantage you gain by targeting the vulnerabilities of large monsters as well as triggering chained attacks.
Because of the undo mechanic, players are provided with some leeway to quickly fix their mistakes, however, they may need to redo the battle because it can easily go sideways, especially when there are way too many enemies on the board, which is part of the overall nature of the game. If you enjoy commanding an army of characters, whom you can customize when it comes to classes and skills, while thriving in strategic and challenging combat, then you may want to take a look at Lost Eidolons. It is now available for 34.99 USD. You can use the link below to support the channel!
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- April 2, 2021
- By Ocean Drive Studio
- Development Log , Feature Spotlight
- Lost Eidolons Feature Spotlight: Camp Actions/Outgame
Earlier this week we discussed some of the backstory and lore of Lost Eidolons . For this blog we’ll be talking about what sort of actions you can perform in the encampments and outposts that you’ll visit between story sequences! We describe this as the outgame of Lost Eidolons .
(As a disclaimer, Lost Eidolons is actively under development and visual media shown in this blog and others is not representative of the final game! We’ve got a lot of polishing to do!)
The Camp: Place of Preparation
The camp serves as an important place of respite for the player between every major story sequence. Before setting off to the next encounter, take some much needed time to explore the various facilities made available to you. Whether it’s equipping your units with new gear or recruiting new allies, preparation is key to securing victory out in the field! If a scenario proves to be too challenging, it’s worth considering a change in strategy and unit composition to overcome these obstacles.
Merchants: What are ya buyin’?
Let’s make a deal!
The merchants are where you can spend your gold to acquire new equipment, spells, consumables, and in some cases key items. There are three types of merchants including equipment, consumable, and rare barterers.
Players should often check the merchants to see if they can procure new items to equip their units with. The foundation to a powerful militia is the arms and armor that they carry!
Leadership: Fostering Your Army
When you enter the camp, you’ll notice you have a special resource called Leadership. Leadership is replenished whenever you enter an episode’s camp for the first time. It is spent to gain additional rewards when partaking in activities around the camp. As the resource is finite and does not replenish until the next camp, you must carefully decide how to allocate it as to improve your bearing among your troops. Note that Leadership will not carry over to the next camp, so you should spend it all before proceeding to the next combat scenario. As a note, there are methods to increase the maximum amount of Leadership that you can regenerate to.
Leadership can be used to train a unit’s skills , partake in special side quests , and improve affinity with certain characters presiding in the camp.
Additionally, it’s worth noting that you can still perform these activities without Leadership, however the reward for your efforts is significantly less without the resource. The envisioned way of playing is to spend your Leadership and move on, but for those who are struggling or close to an affinity threshold, they have the option to grind it out if they really want it before continuing.
Affinity: Improving Relations & Recruitment
Improving your relation with camp inhabitants and visitors can lead to new potential recruits, improved combat abilities (explained in next Friday’s blog covering combat), or other special events.
As you are playing Lost Eidolons , sometimes there will be visitors who may visit your outpost. Many will wander into these camps on their own accord, but some also require special conditions in order to be invited. Once they arrive at the camp, they won’t stay for long, so you should make an effort to convince them to join your camp permanently while you can. By raising your affinity with them, you can officially recruit them to your party.
Speaking with party members and visitors, gifting them items, dining with them, taking care of the horses with them, and completing their side stories can help improve your relation with them quicker! But be careful, as different characters have different ambitions, so you should be careful to pick suitable dialogue options depending on who you’re spending time with.
Story: Advancing the Plot
The camp is also an important place to advance stories in Lost Eidolons , both major and minor. As we had mentioned in the announcement blog, Eden and his party will have to make many vital decisions that will help shape their vision of a better empire. Each character in Lost Eidolons has their own motives, goals, and sense of justice that may not always align with one another. Completing main story and side stories objectives can help the player understand each of their ambitions better while also providing rewards along the way.
Unity Ceremony: Changing Your Job
For those interested in how to change a unit’s job, the camp is also where the Unity Ceremony takes place, where units can be promoted to higher rank jobs or relocated to similar/lower rank ones for the first time. However, the Unity Ceremony is a momentous occasion and does not happen at every camp. It’s important to attend the Unity Ceremony to make these crucial decisions for your army whenever it is available.
The Unity Ceremony is only required for the first time a unit wants to change to a job that they haven’t been before. After they’ve changed to this job at least once, they can freely job change to it without the need of the Unity Ceremony.
In addition to the Unity Ceremony, characters will need sufficient proficiency mastery with different weapons and armors in order to unlock different jobs.
Facilities: Expanding Your Camp
You’ll find at the start of the game, the camp isn’t very large. By progressing through the story, the camp will automatically expand, and by expanding the camp, you’ll gain more freedom to roam the outpost and unlock new facilities to utilize.
Check back next Tuesday for another feature blog covering the Unit Customization in Lost Eidolons !
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Lost Eidolons: Gift Guide (Gift Locations & Best Gifts for Each Character)
Gift guide for which characters like which gifts and when recruitable units arrive and leave camp.
This is a guide for which gifts are liked by which characters. From experimentation gifts only fall into two categories they are either gifts that give a flat amount of rapport or gifts that are liked and give a larger amount of rapport. Gifts that are liked and give a larger amount of rapport show double arrows pointing up next to the rapport meter once the gift is given, so far I have not found any gifts that give a decreased amount of rapport or show arrows pointing down next to the meter.
How to obtain gifts
Gifts can be obtained in 4 ways:
The first and most common way is by buying the from Rare Item Vendor Salma. Salma appears in camp during chapter 6 and then every 2 chapters after wards, so chapter 8,10,12 etc. She has a random selection of 5 gifts. Legendary gifts cost 500, Rare gifts cost 300 gold and common 200 gold
The second is from completing side quests, the ones marked with ? on the camp map. Not all side quests provide gifts, but most do
The third is by completing the the prestige quests on the board, they can be sometimes be obtained from the thank you parcels you receive every 15 prestige points. These quests also increase you leadership limit and undo turn amount.
Finally you can obtain a gift from certain characters when you get their rapport high enough.
Best gifts for each character – listed by item
Below is the list of gifts and characters that like them (increased rapport double arrows), listed by item:
- Aged Grimoire : Albrecht, Gabriel, Gisep, Marchelle
- Alpine Fruit : Gilbert, Sera
- Arming Sword (Rare): Andrea, Dahlia, Francisco, Karin, Klara, Linard, Viturin
- Artisanal Hesetzt Belt (Unique): Albrecht, Andrea, Dahlia, Dane, Edie, Francisco, Gilbert, Karin, Klara, Leon, Levana, Linard, Marchelle, Robin, Sera, Stella, Viturin
- Beer : Dane, Francisco, Gilbert, Robin, Sera, Stella,
- Bloodstone Bracelet : Linard
- Brass Sheath (Rare): Andrea, Dahlia, Francisco, Karin, Linard, Viturin
- Bronze Bridle (Legendary): Andrea, Karin, Klara, Leon, Robin,
- Decorative Flowers (Rare): Dane, Levana, Robere, Sera
- Decorative Knife (Rare): Dahlia, Leon, Leta, Linard, Stella
- Enchanted Wand (Rare): Albrecht, Gabriel, Marchelle,
- Fishing Rod (Rare): Andrea, Karin, Leon, Robin
- Four Eidolon Statues : Gabriel
- Gilded Goblet (Rare): Leon, Linard, Stella
- Herbalist’s Tools : Andrea, Karin, Klara, Leon, Robin,
- History of the Empire : Albrecht, Edie, Gilbert, Levana, Marchelle, Robere
- Hunting Tools : Klara
- Landscape Painting : Dane, Levana, Robere, Sera, Stella
- Leather Handicraft : Dahlia, Leon, Linard, Stella
- Ledger : Marchelle
- Lime Cordial : Dane, Edie, Francisco, Gilbert, Robin, Sera
- Magic Scroll : Gabriel, Gisep, Marchelle
- Military Handbook (Rare): Albrecht, Edie, Gilbert, Levana, Marchelle, Robere
- Pearl Broach : Dahlia, Leon, Leta, Linard, Stella,
- Portum Honey Liqueur (Rare): Dane, Francisco, Gilbert, Robin, Sera
- Refined Soulstone (Rare): Albrecht, Marchelle,
- Royal Sword : Linard
- Saddle Blanket : Andrea, Leon, Robin
- Soldier’s Badge : Andrea, Dahlia, Francisco, Karin, Linard, Viturin
- Training Spear : Andrea, Dahlia, Francisco, Karin, Linard
- World Map : Albrecht, Edie, Gilbert, Levana, Marchelle, Robere
Best gifts for each character – listed by character
Below is the list for what gifts each character likes the most:
- Albrecht : Aged Grimoire, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Enchanted Wand, History of the Empire, Military Handbook, Refined Soulstone, World Map
- Andrea : Arming Sword, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Brass Sheath, Bronze Bridle, Fishing Rod, Herbalist’s Tools, Saddle Blanket, Soldier’s Badge, Training Spear
- Dahlia : Arming Sword, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Brass Sheath, Decorative Knife, Leather Handicraft, Pearl Broach, Soldier’s Badge, Training Spear
- Dane : Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Beer, Decorative Flowers, Landscape Painting, Lime Cordial, Portum Honey Liqueur
- Edie : Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, History of the Empire, Lime Cordial, Military Handbook, World Map
- Francisco : Arming Sword, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Beer, Brass Sheath, Lime Cordial, Portum Honey Liqueur, Soldier’s Badge, Training Spear
- Gabriel : Aged Grimoire, Enchanted Wand, Four Eidolon Statues, Magic Scroll
- Gilbert : Alpine Fruit, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Beer, History of the Empire, Lime Cordial, Military Handbook, Portum Honey Liqueur, World Map
- Gisep : Aged Grimoire, Magic Scroll
- Karin : Arming Sword, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Brass Sheath, Bronze Bridle, Fishing Rod, Herbalist’s Tools, Soldier’s Badge, Training Spear
- Klara : Arming Sword, Artisianal Hesetzt Belt, Bronze Bridle, Herbalist’s Tools, Hunting Tools
- Leon : Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Bronze Bridle, Decorative Knife, Fishing Rod, Gilded Goblet, Herbalist’s Tools, Leather Handicraft, Pearl Broach, Saddle Blanket
- Leta : Decorative Knife, Pearl Broach
- Levana : Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Decorative Flowers, History of the Empire, Landscape Painting, Military Handbook, World Map
- Linard : Arming Sword, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Bloodstone Bracelet, Brass Sheath, Decorative Knife, Gilded Goblet, Leather Handicraft, Pearl Broach, Royal Sword, Soldier’s Badge, Training Spear
- Marchelle : Aged Grimoire, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Enchanted Wand, History of the Empire, Ledger, Magic Scroll, Military Handbook, Refined Soulstone, World Map
- Robere : Decorative Flowers, History of the Empire, Landscape Painting, Military Handbook, World Map
- Robin : Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Beer, Bronze Bridle, Fishing Rod, Herbalist’s Tools, Lime Cordial, Portum Honey Liqueur, Saddle Blanket
- Sera : Alpine Fruit, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Beer, Decorative Flowers, Landscape Painting, Lime Cordial, Portum Honey Liqueur
- Stella : Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Beer, Decorative Knife, Gilded Goblet, Landscape Painting Pearl Broach, Leather handicraft
- Viturin : Arming Sword, Artisanal Hesetzt Belt, Brass Sheath, Soldier’s Badge
Recruitment – when they appear and leave
Most recruitable characters will randomly appear at your camp however some like Daliah need to be invited. If you increase a recruitable units rapport but then don’t recruit them, the next time they appear in camp their rapport will be set back to zero (This may be a bug).
- Daliah (Assassin): Invite Daliah to camp by speaking to Andrea multiple times (leadership needed) in chapter 8 Daliah arrives at camp in after being invited in chapter 9, or 13 if not invited prior Offer her 1000+200 to recruit instantly or 1500 to recruit and gain extra rapport Daliah leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Dane (Healer): Dane arrives at camp during chapter 10 Dane leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Edie (Healer): Edie arrives at camp during chapter 13 Edie leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Eris (?): Eris arrives at camp during chapter 18 Eris leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Fontaine (?): Fontaine arrives at camp during chapter 18 Fontaine leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Gabriel (Elemental Mage): Gabriel arrives at camp during chapter 7 Gabriel leaves camp at the end of chapter 8
- Gisep (Wizard): Gisep arrives at camp during chapter 15 Gisep leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Karin (Archer): Karin arrives at camp during chapter 6 Karin leaves camp at the end of chapter 7 Karin re-appears at camp during chapter 14
- Leta (Hunter): Leta arrives at camp during chapter 15 Leta leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Levana (Mystic): Levana arrives at camp during chapter 9 Levana leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Stella (Ranger Assassin): Invite Stella to camp by speaking to Porter (leadership needed) during chapter 11 Stella arrives at camp in after being invited in chapter 12, or 13 if not invited prior Stella leaves camp at the end of chapter ?
- Viturin (Warrior squire) Viturin arrives at camp during chapter 14, complete his quest chain to recruit him
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Marchelle’s Book – Gilbert Monster Encyclopedia – Robere Wooden Knight – Stella
Gabriel reappears in Chapter 15 if you don’t recruit him the first time.
Overall, great guide. its been quite helpful to me going through this game on my playthrough!
I would like to add though, that I have discovered a pair of gifts that aren’t on your list. The Wooden Lute (Rare) and the Wooden Flute (Common). Both are good for Sera. I haven’t tried these out on any other companion so far.
Robere also likes the wooden flute
When does Stella leave if not recruited immediately?
Gisep likes the Four Eidolon Statues and Herbalist’s Tools. Andrea likes to Royal Sword (legendary) Borislav likes Beer
You the bamboo spear you get from robin is good for Andrea
Rapport unlocks for Andrea, Marchelle and Sera ? … even I am too late now, as Marchelle and Sera already have left my Camp, as I only had them at Level 2+ , Andrea was 3 and stayed. Has that happen because of that or part of the story ?
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Lost Eidolons is a strategy RPG developed published by Ocean Drive Studio, Inc. . The game was released on Steam for Microsoft Windows on October 13, 2022.
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Premise [ ]
Lost Eidolons is a turn-based tactical RPG with a gripping cinematic narrative, set in a waning empire riven by civil war. Take on the role of a charming mercenary captain, Eden, and lead his band of allies through epic encounters on a classic turn-based battlefield.
Editions [ ]
- Standard edition
- Lost Eidolons Digital Deluxe - Bundle contains the game, sountrack and artbook
Artbook [ ]
- Artemesia world map
Soundtrack [ ]
The 16 track soundtrack was composed by Clark Aboud and performed by Sofia Session Orchestra. The songs "Power of the Lost" & "Broken Promises" were written by Sophie Aboud & Clark Aboud and also performed by Aboud.
External links [ ]
- Official site
- Lost Eidolons on Steam
- Ocean Drive Studio Discord
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Lost Eidolons review — A worthy yet flawed indie strategy RPG
It’s hard not to respect a game that possesses as much ambition and wide a scope as Lost Eidolons . Topped with fluid strategy RPG-style gameplay, the Lost Eidolons is a worthy entry in the wide array of SRPGs. The game came and went with a small splash, but it deserves some more hurrah for a well-executed effort from the new Ocean Drive Studios. This is the studio’s first game, and it’s a huge swing for the fledgling company. Hopefully the effort grants it some attention and puts it on the map.
Lost Eidolons is a turn-based strategy RPG set in the civil war-torn nation of Benerio. You take on the role of Eden, a captain of a group of ragtag misfits that take odd jobs and assist those in need. Eden must herald allies both old and new, fighting corrupt individuals and monsters from within the nation. With Eden’s village thrown into war, it’s up to you to command your units and take down a corrupt government. These battles are done with a simple grid-based combat system that lacks some depth and ultimate strategy, but is still functional and satisfying.
Master the grid
The heart of Lost Eidolons’ gameplay is a simple grid system. Your units and enemy units traverse a grid-based map, battling and fulfilling battle requirements not unlike other SRPGs like Fire Emblem. The battle system of the game has lots of quirks that you can explore, such as environments that interact with certain magic-based abilities (using a fire spell on a bush, for example, will set it on fire and damage anyone standing in it). Certain enemies will have weak points to certain weapons on the grid, allowing you to chain attacks and deal extra damage.
There’s also a weapon and armor system that adds a layer of complexity to the combat. Enemies and allies will have different types of armor equipped, and these armors have different weaknesses to different weapon types in the game. For the weapons, you can wield a sword, axe, bow, grimoire, or spear, with each dealing more or less damage based on what armor you are going up against. Each unit you have can also equip a secondary weapon, allowing you to easily swap between weapons and match the enemy’s weakness. It’s a fluid combat system that’s simple, yet engaging.
Take your turn
I should note that the battles have a controversial mechanic that sets a hard limit on turns you can take before losing the battle outright. It was never too hassling or annoying for me, but it stirred enough outrage that the developers are considering an option for players to remove this limit in the future. This is potentially an issue if you go through the game on a harder difficulty. I completed the game on “Normal” mode, and it didn’t pose a huge problem.
Speaking of difficulty, Lost Eidolons allows you to curate the difficulty of the game based on your preference. There is essentially an Easy, Normal, and Hard mode, with the option of turning permadeath onto your units for some more immersion. These settings can be changed at any time throughout the game. So if you find it too easy, you can set it to be harder. Or, if you find the game too difficult, you can easily lower the challenge at your whim.
Set up camp
Defeating an enemy also grants a certain amount of experience points, which your characters will gain and level up. Naturally, you’ll gain more stats and higher damage the more your level goes up. Characters also have different classes that you can gain experience for, wielding different weapon types, possessing different abilities, and having a certain niche in terms of stats. For example, the Squire class has a defensive niche, drawing fire from enemies with taunt skills which eases things up for your other units. Each character has a different class tree, with tons of different classes to unlock and enjoy.
You’ll also find equipment, weapons, and accessories throughout your journey which you can equip onto your characters. It’s a bit of a hassle to go through the extensive amount of units you have and equip new gear on each of them, and the menu is also missing some shortcuts that might ease the process. For example, when viewing an overview of the characters, you can check your equipment, yet you cannot change your equipment from this menu. It’s not a big deal, but it’s an example of some slight tweaking that could be added to the game to make it feel a little stronger.
This process is done through the game’s camp system, which allows you to control Eden from a third-person perspective. The camp also allows you to dive into a rapport system where you can build up bonds with your allies (even romance some), or even solve some mini-quests to earn some extra rewards. Again, it’s a totally fleshed-out system with tons of content and a really impressive amount of polish.
Lost Eidolons’ fun gameplay is weakened a bit by some middling graphics that aren’t necessarily ugly, but forgettable and mediocre. Character design is rather weak in this game, with even a few characters looking indistinguishable from one another. This is an unfortunate representation of some of the limitations of this game. And while the graphics are serviceable, it can get distracting when even the protagonist looks like an NPC.
Fortunately, the story is decent and the characters do have some personality that helps distinguish them from their drab appearances. They aren’t particularly memorable characters, but some solid voice acting helps each character feel distinct and present. The voice acting is overall good, but there are some grating and distracting moments. Characters constantly repeat the same line over and over again in battle every time you click them, for example, and certain moments go unacted.
An irresistible indie
Overall, Lost Eidolons didn’t sweep me off my feet, but it did impress me with its ambition and functionality. This game is a solid and worthy entry in your SRPG library, and I do recommend checking it out. It’s a really good effort and I enjoyed my time with this game. If you have any love for the genre, then I wager you’ll find something to appreciate about Lost Eidolons .
It's hard not to respect and get swept up in the ambition of Lost Eidolons, where even the flaws and mediocre presentation is made worthwhile with some competent, classic SRPG gameplay.
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Lost Eidolons: Classes Guide
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Lost Eidolons is a very complex turn-based game that will have you take some time to completely understand how it works out.
In this guide, we will be helping you out with understanding the Classes in it. Let’s get started and find out how they work!
Classes Guide – Lost Eidolons
Characters change mostly by getting better at their classes and skills . Classes have requirements for level, chapter, and skills. The chapter requirements usually match up with when your characters reach those levels.
As you level up a skill, you can equip passives that are connected to the weapon, magic type, armor, or mount you are using. As you level up a skill, you can equip passives that are better and better.
Classes have core skills that can’t be used in other classes, as well as learned skills that compete with the skills needed for that class.
Characters start with one of two classes , neither of which has any effect on how the game works. As time goes on, characters become more specialized until they reach a level of maximum specialization around level 30 .
Even though these classes are more specialized, you still have some freedom in how you build them. For example, a berserker could have some bow skills and some skills from another class. But that doesn’t seem to be as powerful as specialization.
Also, each character has two “ Master ” classes that are their last level. If they get the maximum amount of class experience, they can get a character-specific ability. This ability stays with them no matter what class they are in.
That’s everything that you need to know about the Classes in Lost Eidolons. We hope that this guide has provided you with the information that you seeked. Have fun choosing your favorite class!
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