DescriptionLong time ago, two gods, Bardus and Octum, fought for dominance in the world. The benevolent Bardus defeated the evil Octum, but as a result has lost his power and had to be dissected into six parts, which were since watched over by the goddess Durga.
Many years later, two young people - Avin and his sister Eimelle - are working for the Church of Bardus. One day a mysterious man who calls himself Belias arrives and murders Avin's old mentor. The two youths embark on a journey to find the murderer and eventually discover the truth about their own role in events that will decide the fate of the world...
Akai Shizuku mostly relies on the Japanese RPG template gameplay-wise, having linear plot progression, emphasis on story and characters, automatic leveling, etc. There is no "world map", but a continuous world in which important locations are connected by many "empty" areas. Combat system builds upon that of the predecessor, also allowing the player to let the characters fight automatically; however, it offers more control over the characters' actions, including precise moving on the battle field. Enemies appear at pre-set locations. Characters use physical attacks, offensive and healing magic, and can also summon creatures to help them in battle.
- "英雄伝説IV 朱紅い雫" -- Japanese spelling
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TriviaThe Gagharv trilogy is unrelated to the previous Iselfarsa saga (Legend of Heroes 1 & 2) and the later Sora no Kiseki trilogy (Legend of Heroes 6). It is comprised of three episodes: Legend of Heroes 4 (Akai Shizuku, which takes place in Gagharv Year 936), Legend of Heroes 5 (Umi no Oriuta, GY 943) and Legend of Heroes 3 (Shiroki Majo, GY 992). Although the latter was the first game of the trilogy, the events that it describes happen about 50 years after the other two games.
YID YANG (164523) added The Legend of Heroes IV: Akai Shizuku (PC-98) on Jul 14, 2010
Tadashi Hayakawa (早川 正)Main Program (メインプログラム):
Yōichi Fukuya (福谷洋一)Scenario Program (シナリオ・プログラム):
Katsuhiro Ogawa (小川勝弘), Satoko Ono (小野聡子), Jun Nagashima (永島 純), Kazuhiko Maeda (前田和彦), Shinichi Saitō (西藤晋市), Toshikuni Matsumae (松前俊邦)Battle Program (バトル・プログラム):
Norio Suzuki (鈴木規夫)Sound Program (サウンド・プログラム):
Takahiro Tsunashima (綱島貴博)Art & Graphics (アート&グラフィック):
Hiroaki Yoshinaga (吉永裕昭), Atsushi Yamada (山田 淳), Mariko Kanai (金井まり子), Seiichirō Nagatomo (長友誠一郎), Seiji Murakami (村上星児), Takao Shimoeda (下枝孝夫), Hidekazu Suzuki (鈴木秀和), Shinichi Itō (伊東慎一), Minako Iwasaki (岩崎美奈子)Music (ミュージック):
Sound Team jdk [サウンドチームjdk], Mieko Ishikawa (石川三恵子), Atsushi Shirakawa (白川篤史), Naoki Kaneda (金田直樹), Masaru Nakajima (中島 勝), Hirofumi Matsuoka (松岡博文)