Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits

aka: Arc the Lad: Seirei no Koukon, Arc: El Crepúsculo de las Almas, Arc: Il Tramonto Degli Spiriti, Arc: Le Clan des Deimos, Arc: Twilight of the Spirits
Moby ID: 12605
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The world of Arc: Twilight of the Spirits is populated by two races: human and Deimos. The two races prefer to avoid contact with each other, but both depend on the Spirit Stones to sustain the balance in the world. Recently, the human army began sweeping across the lands, taking over countries. This army is going after the five great Spirit Stones. The Spirits, however, are determined to prevent this; to achieve their goal, they choose two heroes who would eventually be able to unite the two races in a battle for justice. One of them a is a human nobleman named Kharg, who hates the Deimos and is planning revenge; another is a Deimos slave named Darc, who dreams of uniting and commanding his race. Will the two heroes be able to put aside their differences and save the world?..

Arc: Twilight of the Spirits is the fourth entry in the Arc the Lad series. Like its two immediate predecessors, the game has tactical battles which allow free positioning and movement of the characters on the combat field. However, the game is closer to being a "regular" Japanese-style role-playing game rather than a tactical RPG. The player controls a relatively small party (up to six active combatants), and is able to explore towns and dungeons in a standard RPG fashion. In the beginning, the game puts the player into control of Kharg, but afterwards the chapters alternate between the human hero and Darc, each with his own party. Characters can use a variety of techniques, accumulating SP (spirit points) in battles and them using them to learn special attacks.


  • アークザラッド 精霊の黄昏 - Japanese spelling

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Voice of Kharg
Voice of Darc
Voice of Lilia
Voice of Paulette
Voice of Delma
Voice of Maru
Voice of Densimo
Voice of Ganz
Voice of Volk
Voice of Carmellia
Voice of Tatjana
Voice of Bebedora
Voice of Samson
Voice of Nafia
Voice of Windalf
Voice of Geedo
Voice of Darkham
Voice of Zev
Voice of Lloyd
Voice of Droguza
Voice of Selkis
Voice of Diekbeck
Voice of Choco
Voice of Lord of the Black Abyss
Voice of Baby
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Game added by Horny-Bullant.

PlayStation 4 added by Sciere. PlayStation 3 added by Alaka.

Additional contributors: Unicorn Lynx, Indra was here, Mictlantecuhtli, DreinIX, Flapco.

Game added March 28, 2004. Last modified February 25, 2024.