Loosely translated as “Game over”, Acta Est Fabula is the latest and – weighing in at almost 3000 words – longest theory submitted by Aliseyun. An overarching theory encompassing the major aspects of Erebonian lore, ranging from the Witches and Gnomes, Zoro-Agruga and the Divine Knights, and of course that mysterious Great Power.
This isn’t my observation, but something spotted by Laxxus 07 on youtube, regarding an interesting aspect to Michael in Sen no Kiseki III’s information.
This observation lies mostly in Trails of Cold Steel and Trails of Cold Steel II, but it does gain a tag for Trails in the Sky FC due to a particular novel series in the game.
This is an observation that was made quite some time ago by YagamiKyo. However, due to lack of time on his part, I’ve chosen to post it on here for him, since it’s too good (and important) of an observation to not include on this website.
Please note, there are major endgame spoilers for Ao no Kiseki in this observation, which will spoil all of the Crossbell duology. Thus it has been tagged with both Zero and Ao no Kiseki.
Submitted by BronzeFrog
Don’t you love artifacts? I love artifacts! Every scientist loves artifacts! They don’t like the church because of the articles and laws governing artifacts, but that’s all just a side issue.
And for some reason, just about everyone has lost the knowledge of how they exactly work and how to make them, despite being really lovable. The ancients must have been nuts not to pass their knowledge down or really really lazy!
Or were they?
Submitted by Pie
What if the Grandmaster were not a physical person but rather a being (or beings) trapped in a separate plane and it is the duty of Ouroboros to unlock the plane and incarnate the Grandmaster?
This is a theory submitted by Kog.
A theory based off of another theorypost about the Seven Deadly Sins and how the seven Anguis of Ouroboros may fit them
Submitted by Aliseyun
Since the times of Ancient Egypt there have been depictions of a serpent holding its tail in its mouth. The interpretation of the ancient Egyptian symbol is that it represents the cyclical nature of a year, a process that continues infinitely. The head of the serpent bringing the dawn of a new age, while the tail, which represents times past, is consumed. Bringing this into Kiseki terms…who is the harbinger of a new age, the head of the infinite serpent?
Submitted by Catasplurge
This theory is based on the idea that the fire and water sept-terrions are in Erebonia, with Testa Rossa acting as a link between the two.
Note: Some of this is based off the revelations made in Cold Steel 2’s NG+ quest.
The Sen no Kiseki III Tag
There were about 18 posts on here using the Sen III tag, and in most cases, I think it would be an important thing to hold onto, since we’re talking about Sen III predictions in most of those entries.
However, I have also remembered that the purpose of the tagging system is an attempt to filter out spoilers. Having Sen III in the list defeats the purpose before Sen III comes out. As such, I’ve pulled the tag from the posts. Though the tag will stay in place, it will be used when talking about content that is confirmed in Sen III.
As such, there will be a small rework involving that.
User Submission Changes
I’m fiddling with a backend system to change how user submissions work on the front end of the site. This may take a little bit of time, but I will make another administration post once this part is complete.
User Submission Crediting
Like I’m changing the submission system, I’m also changing how the crediting for user submissions work, too. If you want to be part of this new system, you will need to have an account on the site. You can easily create one via this page. Should things work as planned, any users that submit theories and have accounts will also have their name attributed along with the person who eventually posts the submission.
This will help in the future for if anyone wants to see theories by specific individuals. This may also, eventually, change in the future from the regular visitors, so that they don’t have the utilize the general form submission as well. This will eventually lead into a backend scoring system, which can be used to change your access levels based on the number of theories you have posted.
But for now, most of this stuff is going to be manual. I just need to figure out a way to make it work with less hands on activity with it.
This theory proposes a possibility that the natures of the seven Anguis of Ouroboros were modelled after, or inspired by, the seven deadly sins.