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This is a timeline of Zemurian history, comprising important legal, territorial and cultural changes and political events in the continent of Zemuria.[Note 1] Please note that the following timeline features information from all media, including games, comics and drama CDs that have not been localised.

Comparative timeline

Septian Calendar Setting
Liberl Kingdom
S.1202 Trails in the Sky FC
Trails in the Sky SC[Note 2]
S.1203 Trails in the Sky SC (Jan-Mar)
Trails in the Sky the 3rd (approx. Nov-Dec)
Septian Calendar Crossbell Erebonia
S.1204 January Zero no Kiseki
Prologue: "Special Support Section"
Feburary Chapter 1: "Afternoon of the Wolves"
March Chapter 2: "Golden Sun, Silver Moon" Trails of Cold Steel
Prologue: "The Way to Thors"
April Chapter 3: "Crossbell Anniversary Festival"
Intermission: "KeA"
Chapter 1: "Unconventional Studies"
May Chapter 4: "Creeping Wisdom"
Finale: "Crossbell's Longest Day" (until June)[Note 3]
Chapter 2: "The Verdant City"
June Chapter 3: "Beyond the Railways"
July Chapter 4: "A Midsummer's Revels"
August Ao no Kiseki
Prologue: "Traces of D"
Chapter 1: "Omen: A New Daily Life"
Chapter 2: "West Zemuria Trade Conference"
Chapter 5: "Signs and Omens"
September Akatsuki no Kiseki

[Note 4]
Ao no Kiseki
Intermission: "A Brief Respite"
Chapter 3: "Flux: Carnival of Beasts" (until October)

Chapter 6: "Progressive Chaos"
Memoir: "Returning Home" [Note 5]
October Chapter 4: "Crossbell's Fate" Final Chapter: "Put to the Test"
November Fragments: "Beyond the Paradise of Lies" (until December) [Note 6] Trails of Cold Steel II
Prologue: "The Depths of Despair"
December Finale: "And Yet, Here We Are" Act 1: "Ashen Chronicles"
Intermission: "Aboard the Pantagruel"
Act 2: "The Awakening Lions"
Finale: "Forward, Relentlessly"
S.1205 March Trails of Cold Steel II
Divertissement: "The Occupation"
Epilogue: "Winter's End"
S.1206 April Sen no Kiseki III
Prologue: "Spring, Once Again"
Chapter 1: "Reunion ~The Old Capital of Chalkstone~"
May Sen no Kiseki III
Chapter 2: "Crossbell's Conflict"
June Chapter 3: "The Pulse of Steel ~Profusion of the Sea Capital~"
July Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr"
Finale: "For Whom The Bell Tolls"

Pre-Septian Calendar

  • Creation of the world now known as Zemuria.[1] Its inhabitants have the innate ability to cast magic.[1]
    • At one point, the ability to cast magic wanes and humanity starts to rely on technology to cast.[1]
  • Aidios passes down seven Sept-Terrion to humanity, branching it into seven factions, each in pursue of another ideal.[Note 7]

Septian Calendar

Great Collapse

Great Collapse occurs, destroying the ancient Zemurian civilisation.[3]

Dark Ages

S.1 (est.)

S.81

S.82

S.200 (est.)

S.270 (est.)

S.300-S.400

S.371

S.371 - S.500

S.500-S.600

S.500 (est.)

S.527

  • The Magic Golem Ol-Gadia was created in a workshop of the mages serving an influential family in the north of Erebonia.[18]

Middle Ages

S.600-S.700

  • Erebonia developed shipbuilding technology to gather resources from sea.[17]

S.700 (est.)

S.880 (est.)

S.900-S.1000

S.900

S.942

S.946

S.947

S.949

S.950

S.952

S.953

S.954 (est.)

S.970-S.980

S.1000 (est.)

S.1075

S.1090 (est.)

S.1100 (est.)

S.1104

S.1134

Post-Orbal Revolution

S.1150 (est.)

S.1153

S.1154

S.1155

S.1157

S.1158

S.1160

S.1162

S.1164

S.1165

S.1168

S.1169

S.1173

S.1175 (est.)

S.1175

S.1177

S.1178

S.1179

S.1180

S.1182

S.1183

S.1184

S.1185-S.1190

S.1185

S.1186

S.1187

S.1188

S.1189

S.1190

S.1191

S.1192

S.1193

S.1194

S.1195

S.1196

S.1197

S.1198

S.1199

S.1200

S.1201

Start of the series

S.1202

Exact time unknown:

S.1203

S.1204 January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Exact time unknown:

S.1205

January

February

March

Spring

June

July

August

Fall

November

December

Exact time unknown:

S.1206

April

May

June

July

S.1207

References

Notes

  1. This timeline is largely based on the timeline from Wikipedia(JP)
  2. Events through Chapter 4: "The Mist Demon's Target" take place in S.1202. At some point during Chapter 4 it becomes S.1203.
  3. The ending of Zero no Kiseki contains portions in June.
  4. Akatsuki no Kiseki starts in September and continues into approximately October.
  5. From the Trails of Cold Steel drama CD. In game, this is narrated at the start of the Finale.
  6. Fragments begin either late November or early December. Not possible to confirm exact date.
  7. From S.1203, it was "Millennia ago".[2]
  8. The cathedral was built under reign of Sion Arnor, the third emperor.[9] It is not known whether the nation he ruled over was already referred to as Erebonia.
  9. In S.1202, Bishop Reval says they "celebrate the 1120th year of the Grancel Cathedral's history".[11]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Ein Selnate mentions "the Gralsritter's thousand-year history" in Chapter 5 and "the thousand years the Gralsritter has existed" in the Finale of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, which suggests the Gralsritter predate the foundation of the Septian Church.
  11. Exact year uknown. In S.1206, Black Alberich describes the events as "900 years ago".[16] Black Record, Volume 1 describes the disappearance of the Primal Ground as "200 years [after Heimdallr's foundation as the imperial capital in S.81]",[9] placing these events at the start of Dark Dragon Zoro-Agruga's appearance.
  12. The Karel Imperial Villa did not yet exist during the Dark Ages as it was built during the Middle Ages.
  13. Exact date unknown. The Imperial Museum lists the Stargazers' Tower from the fourth century; the bell itself is considered older than the tower.[17]
  14. In S.1206, Roselia says she is "roughly 800 years old".[8]
  15. From S.527, these events took place "150 years prior";[18] from S.1206, "800 years".[15] The imperial capital was recaptured on S.371. It is unknown when Testa-Rossa exactly was awakened.
  16. In S.1206, it is said the Valflame Palace was completed "roughly 800 years ago", suggesting it was completed circa S.400,[20] suggesting construction started immediately after sealing the Testa-Rossa underneath Heimdallr.
  17. Exact year unknown. Musse Egret says they left "around the end of the Dark Ages", referring to S.500.[21]
  18. While every game in the series describes the foundation of the Septian Church as approximately 500 years prior, it remains unclear when the Septian Church was founded exactly. In Chapter 1 of Zero no Kiseki, Bishop Jenius of the Crossbell Cathedral states that the Septian Church started operating "immediately after the Great Collapse", which suggests the Septian Church has been operational for longer than 500 years. In the Finale of Trails in the Sky FC, Bishop Reval of the Grancel Cathedral states that in S.1202 they "celebrate the 1120th year of the Grancel Cathedral's history", suggesting the Grancel Cathedral was built in S.82. Ein Selnate mentions "the Gralsritter's thousand-year history" in Chapter 5 and "the thousand years the Gralsritter has existed" in the Finale of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, which suggests the Gralsritter predate the foundation of the Septian Church.
  19. Exact year unknown. From S.1204 it was "more than 500 years ago".[5][22]
  20. In S.1203, the baby dragon says it's "only 320 years old".[23]
  21. Exact year unknown. In S.1204 it is stated that the IBC started "close to 300 years ago", putting it between S.900 and S.950[24]
  22. From S.949, it occurs "[t]hree years prior he had reached the land of Nord"[26]
  23. From the fall of S.949, when Dreichels Reise Arnor started raising his army, it was said "half a year later",[29][30] and during the first half of the War of the Lions.[26]
  24. From the fall of S.949, when Dreichels Reise Arnor started raising his army, it was said "half a year later",[29] "soon after" the death of Roland Vander.[30]
  25. The trial took place after the Palatinate Knight was destroyed and before the infiltration of the Infernal Castle on July, 1st.
  26. On July 24th, Manager Verdy of Department Store Plaza Biforst says that " tomorrow happens to mark the anniversary of the war's end", which puts the end of the war on 25 July rather than 4 July.[34]
  27. The cause of her death is not generally known, leading to rumours up to the present-day.[35] Roselia took away her corpse,[8] leaving behind only rumours regarding the disappearance of her corpse.[36]
  28. The coronation took place "in the year the War of the Lions ended".[31]
  29. On 30 December S.1204, Valimar says he "went to sleep 250 years, 128 days ago". If months have had the same amount of days as S.1204 throughout the years, it means he was put to rest on 24 August.[37] However, in the Black Records, Volume 4 of Sen no Kiseki III, it is said Valimar was put to rest in the year the War of the Lions ended.[31]
  30. The resurrection happened "half a year after" the War of the Lions ended,[8] making late S.952 also possible.
  31. Exact year unknown. In S.1204, Thors Military Academy principal Vandyck says that it was "founded almost 220 years ago" and "[t]hirty years after becoming Emperor, in the later years of [[[Dreichels Reise Arnor|Dreichels]]'] life". Considering S.1204 marks the year of "Thors' two-hundred and fifteenth entrance ceremony" and assuming the entrance ceremonies have been held every year without interruption during any wars, the first entrance ceremony was held in S.990. Therefore, it can be assumed that Thors Military Academy was founded between S.983 and S.990. In Sen no Kiseki III, however, it was said to have been established in "20 years earlier" in S.994 [31] and "230 years ago" in the present day of S.1206,[40] putting thefoundation year in the S.970s.
  32. During the bonfire scene in the Finale of Trails of Cold Steel, Claire Rieveldt tells Rean Schwarzer he will be part of Thors Military Academy's "221st [graduating class]". Assuming that one graduating class corresponds with one Septian Calendar year would put the first graduating class enrolling in S.984.
  33. From S.1206, they are said to have taken place "200 years ago" and "50 years after" the War of the Lions.[15] The novel series that is based on these events, Red Moon Rose, is set in approximately S.1010.
  34. In S.1206, it is said to have been "over 200 years".[42]
  35. In S.1206, it is said to have been "over 200 years".[20]
  36. Exact year unknown. In Trails in the Sky FC, the play Madrigal of the White Magnolia (set in S.1100), states "[i]t has been roughly ten years since the eastern republic was founded".[44] In Ao no Kiseki, President Samuel Rocksmith says that the constitution of Calvard was enacted "around the time of the revolution hundred years ago".[45] This corroborates the assumption that Calvard transitioned to republicanism in circa S.1100.
  37. Exact year unknown. In S.1204, Imperial Chronicle Receptionist Citron says it has been around "for over 100 years".[34]
  38. Tio Plato says that Revache's history goes back to Crossbell's foundation "around 1130".
  39. 39.0 39.1 Crossbell City Library can be accessed in both 'Zero no Kiseki' and 'Ao no Kiseki'.
  40. While every game in the series describes the invention of the orbal technology as approximately 50 years prior, the exact year remains unclear.
  41. Exact year unknown. In S.1202, it is regarded as "[r]oughly fifty years ago" and "about the same time as the Orbal Revolution", putting the foundation of the Bracer Guild at approximately S.1150.
  42. In S.1202, plans are made for a 50th anniversary model, meaning the Strega Corporation was founded in approximately S.1152.[50] In Trails of Cold Steel, Machias Regnitz says that the Strega Corporation "celebrated their 50th anniversary last year", putting the foundation in S.1153.[51] In Sun Door 5: "Campy's Who Wants to Be a Mirannaire? Trials in the Sky" of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Campanella comments on a Strega Corporation related question that "1203 is actually this company's 50th anniversary".[52]
  43. Trails in the Sky the 3rd states that the three pupils left Leman around the same time.[54] Albert Russell is confirmed to have left in S.1155.[53] In S.1206, G. Schmidt says he himself left "50 years ago".[55]
  44. From S.1206, it is said to have been "40 years ago" when Giliath Osborne was "13 years old" and Teo Schwarzer "5 years old".[19] In S.1204 during Trails of Cold Steel Osborne was "53 years old"; in S.1206 during Sen no Kiseki III "54 years old. Based on Sen III, his adoption would be put at approximately S.1165.
  45. Giliath Osborne, 54 years old in S.1206, was said to have enrolled at the age of 17,[19] suggesting the year S.1169.
  46. Exact year unknown. It was before Olivert was born in S.1177, placing these events mid S.1170s. In S.1206, Eugent III is 48 years old (he is said to be "10 years older" than the "38-year-old" Albert von Bartholomeus[58]).[Supplementary 1] He enrolled at Thors Military Academy at the same age as Cedric at 16 (except Cedric was 1 year late), putting the year he enrolled at S.1174.
  47. In Trails in the Sky FC, his date of birth is confirmed as S.1177/4/1.
  48. Exact year unknown. Rufus is 29 years old in S.1206, meaning he was born in ca. S.1177. It is unknown whether Helmut Albarea was a duke at this point in time already.
  49. In S.1178, the Merkabah are said to had "only recently been put into use".[61]
  50. In Trails in the Sky the 3rd, it is stated the Salt Pale appeared at 5:45 in the morning;[61] in Sen no Kiseki III, however, it is said it appeared at 5:45 in the afternoon.[62]
  51. It stopped "[t]hree days after the pale's appearance".[61]
  52. In Trails in the Sky the 3rd it is suggested it was Barkhorn who investigated the Salt Pale remains after it ceased its salinification process. In Sen no Kiseki III, however, it is said that Barkhorn investigated the Salt Pale "27 years ago", meaning S.1179 as seen from S.1206.[8]
  53. 53.0 53.1 53.2 In Star Door 2: "The Salt Pale" in Trails in the Sky the 3rd, it is the name of Georg Weissmann that is erased from the report.
  54. In Chapter 5: "That Which One Must Protect" of Trails in the Sky SC, Ragnard says it has been "[t]wenty years, ere I took to my slumber". With SC taking place in both S.1202 and S.1203, it is difficult to pinpoint whether Ragnard refers to S.1182 or S.1183.
  55. In S.1203, Cassius Bright reminiscences that is was "over twenty years ago" that Yun Ka-fai taught him the way of the sword,[66] referring to S.1183 at its latest. Cassius Bright was 45 years old in S.1202 during FC,[67] meaning he was taught Eight Leaves One Blade in his early 20s.
  56. Crossbell City's urban development plan consists of five phases and is scheduled to be completed in S.1204.[68]
  57. Exact year unknown. In S.1206, Albert von Bartholomeus is "38 years old",[58] meaning this would have taken place in the second half of the S.1180s.
  58. Plate near the bell on Central Square.
  59. Rean was born after Giliath Osborne's marriage.[71] Rean himself acknowledges his birthday is in May,[73] but his actual birthday may differ.
  60. Rean Schwarzer is 17 years old in Trails of Cold Steel (S.1204/03-10) and in Trails of Cold Steel II (from S.1204/11 onward).[Supplementary 2][Supplementary 3] Rean is 18 years old in the Finale of Trails of Cold Steel II,[74] further corroborating with the Sen no Kiseki Magazine, Volume 1, that lists his year of birth at S.1187.[Supplementary 4] In Sen no Kiseki III, however, he turns 20 years old in May of S.1206.[73][75][Supplementary 5]
  61. In S.1206, it was "20 years" ago.[8] It is unknown whether Ouroboros already existed or whether Lianne Sandlot had already assumed the alias of Arianrhod. Arianrhod severed her ties with Roselia, whom she met for the first time in "approximately 20 years" in S.1206.[64]
  62. In June, S.1206, Sara Valestein says she is 27 years old and "soon" 28 years old", meaning she joined the juvenile squad at the age of 10 in S.1188 or S.1189.[42]
  63. In S.1204, the accident is said to have happened "15 years ago". In the cemetary behind Crossbell Cathedral, the grave listing a death year as the S.1180s are the grave of Ian's wife and son.[6]
  64. It is unknown whether this was the same incident. They died in an airliner crash returning to Erebonia from Crossbell.[20]
  65. In S.1198, it is mentioned as the winter of "9 years ago".[76][77]
  66. Exact year unknown. Ariel's death predates Eugent Reise Arnor III's enthronement,[60] placing the events of more than 17 years ago in S.1206 at S.1189.
  67. Exact year unknown. Eugent Reise Arnor III says his enthronement took place after the death of Ariel Lenheim.[60] His enthronement took place "soon after" the birth of Alfin and Cedric, who are 17 years old in S.1206, placing his enthronement in S.1189 (or S.1188 at its earliest).
  68. This happened around the time of Eugent Reise Arnor III's enthronement.[60]
  69. From S.1202, it was "12 years ago".
  70. In S.1204, the 14 year old Lif[80] says she died "soon after her birth",[69] putting the year of death at S.1190.
  71. In June, S.1206, Sara Valestein says she is 27 years old and "soon" 28 years old", meaning she joined the main squad at the age of 13 in S.1191 or S.1192.[42]
  72. In Zero no Kiseki, set in S.1204, Randy Orlando is 21 years old when he says he was about "9 years old"[81] and in Sen no Kiseki III he is turning 24, suggesting he joined in for combat in S.1991. From the age of 14 onward, he serves as company commander "for 5 years " when he ran away from Red Constellation in S.1202.[81]
  73. The raid happened a couple of days after Giliath Osborne warned the generals of the noble faction and immediately before the outbreak of the Hundred Days War.
  74. In Trails of Cold Steel II, in S.1204, this happened "12 years ago".[63][82] In Sen no Kiseki III, in S.1206, it happened "14 years ago", when Rean was 5 years old.[19][71] In addition to the series' heavy emphasis that it was on a "snowy (blizzard) day", Rean Schwarzer says in Sen no Kiseki III that snow storms in Ymir are at their worst in December.[55]
  75. In S.1202, Queen Alicia II remembers it happened "spring, 10 years ago".[11][83] The exact date remained unknown until on S.1206/04/22 an NPC in Parm reminiscences that "tomorrow" was the anniversary of the Hamel Tragedy, meaning the massacre took place on S.1192/4/23.[84]
  76. Outbreak of the war happened "three days after" the Hamel Tragedy,[71] meaning S.1192/4/26.
  77. They were completed "two months after" the outbreak of the war.[53][85]
  78. Giliath Osborne returned after "three months", approximately "ten days before" the end of the Hundred Days War.[71]
  79. When Giliath Osborne meets with Queen Alicia II after the Orbal Shutdown Phenomenon in Liberl,[86] he introduces himself as if they never met before.
  80. Queen Alicia II reminiscences "[t]hat clock tower was destroyed in the Imperial Army's vain attempts to hold back the counteroffensive",[11][78] suggesting the bombardment happened toward the conclusion of the Hundred Days War.
  81. The war after three months (approximately 100 days),[83][85] Giliath Osborne was granted full authority for his Hamel Tragedy investigation by Eugent Reise Arnor III.
  82. Giliath Osborne completed his investigation with full imperial authority within "one month", and before the execution of the Hamel Tragedy's mastermind, Rudolf Arundel.[60]
  83. The award is still situated in the Crossbell News Service office in Crossbell.[87]
  84. Takes place when Erebonia is still dealing with the aftermath of the Hundred Days War.[83] Joshua Astray would join Ouroboros "two years later",[83] meaning Leonhardt joined Ouroboros between mid S.1192 and early S.1193.
  85. According to the timeline in Loewe Monogatari, Volume 2, these events took place in S.1192[Supplementary 6] However, the manga also suggests that it was not Georg Weissmann but Campanella who invited Leonhardt to Ouroboros and custody over Joshua Astray was not granted until Leonhardt joined Ouroboros.[Supplementary 7]
  86. After the Hamel Tragedy,[60] before his foster mother passed away "8 years" before S.1206.[42]
  87. Exact year unknown. Events happen after the death of his father, Rudolf ,[55] and before Giliath Osborne makes his acquaintance with Rufus Albarea (before S.1194).
  88. In S.1204, it was "12 years ago"[88] and after the conclusion of the Hundred Days War.
  89. He quitted "soon after" the Hundred Days War.
  90. In the Finale Trails in the Sky FC, Alan Richard reminiscences that Cassius Bright retired from the Royal Army of Liberl "soon after the war".[11] In Star Door 5: "Swordsmanship" of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, set in S.1203, Cassius says he retired "10 years ago", putting his retirement at S.1993.[66] Alan Richard's statement does not contradict Cassius's and the moment "after the war" he mentions could refer to signing the treaty.
  91. From S.1204, it was "11 years ago" [89] and "after half a year" of negotiating the "cease-fire" for the Hundred Days War[71]
  92. Unknown whether he had already assumed the identity of Bleublanc at the time of his prison break. From S.1203, it was said to have happened "10 years ago".[92]
  93. It happened "[b]ack when Osborne got his seat as the chancellor",[93] and "12 years ago" as seen from S.1206.[70]
  94. Exact period unknown. Rufus Albarea is called the first of the Ironbloods, but Giliath Osborne met Lechter Arundel before him.[19][55] As Giliath Osborne drops his alias himself during the interview with Rufus,[70] he was already known as the "Blood and Iron Chancellor."
  95. As seen from S.1204, this happened "10 years ago".[6]
  96. As seen from S.1204, this happened "10 years ago".[63]
  97. Ozma Seeker's year of death is written on his tombstone at the cemetery in Crossbell.
  98. As seen from S.1204, this happened "10 years ago".[95]
  99. As seen from S.1204, this happened "10 years ago".[96]
  100. As seen from S.1202, this happened "8 years ago".[65][97]
  101. As seen from S.1204, this happened "10 years ago".[6]
  102. In S.1206, the 25-year-old Sharon Kreuger says she was "13 years old" (around S.1194) when the Society Ouroboros consists of (at least) Arianrhod, McBurn and Leonhardt, which she joined afterwards.[70] Sharons reminiscences that at that time, Ouroboros was "no more than a rising power".[70]
  103. Aside from Sharon Kreuger, the Fourth Anguis and Enforcer No. III also joined Ouroboros.[70]
  104. The time between Georg Weissmann was given custody over Joshua Astray and his start of operations as a member of Ouroboros is "2 years", and from this moment until he is tasked with the assassination of Cassius Bright is another 2 years, meaning he started operations for Ouroboros in either S.1194 or S.1195.[11][83]
  105. George Osborne visited during his "third year as chancellor" and after the railway was bombed.[63]
  106. In S.1206, it was "10 odd years" since she trained under him, meaning she enrolled in S.1195 at its latest.[100]
  107. As seen from S.1206, this happened "10 years ago",[101] whereas President Morgan says the accident occured "11 years ago", making it difficult to determine the exact year the incident happened.
  108. Claire Rieveldt and Giliath Osborne met before Claire's injuries from the car accident were healed.[42] At the time of the incident, Giliath Osborne was busy with work and visited Claire Rieveldt in person later.[42]
  109. This happened after Claire Rieveldt met Giliath Osborne, approximately 10 years ago from S.1206.[101]
  110. As seen from S.1206, it happened "10 years ago".[102] It is unclear whether the management rights were also transferred during this period.
  111. This happened after Claire's uncle was sentenced to death, which happened "close to 10 years ago", according to President Morgan in July, S.1206.[55]
  112. This happened "10 years ago" after his father was sentenced to death.[42]
  113. This happened right before the "deadly incident".[100]
  114. The death of Alisa Reinford's father happened "8 years ago" from S.1204[103] and "10 years ago" according to Sharon Kreuger in S.1206[100][104]
  115. In Trails of Cold Steel II in S.1204, Sharon says she started working as a maid "approximately 7 years ago".[103][105]
  116. In Trails of Cold Steel II in S.1204, it is said to have happened "8 years ago".[82][Supplementary 8]
  117. Sara Valestein, who is 27, and almost 28 years old in June of S.1206, says she was 18 years old when this happened, suggesting the battle happened in S.1196 or S.1197.[42] At this point in time, Sara Valestein was a company commander at the Northern Jaegers.[42]
  118. At this moment, Neithardt and Mueller were second lieutenants in rank.[42]
  119. It happened "10 years ago" in S.1206.[15] Ein Selnate is not named, but described as a "smoking, wandering nun".
  120. Fro. S.1204, it happened "8 years ago",[88][106] and at the age of 20 in S.1206, Jusis Albarea says he was "10 years old" at the time.[60]
  121. In S.1206, it is said to have happened "10 years prior".[21] Musse Egret, who is 16 years old in S.1206, says she was "5, 6 years old" at the time.[100]
  122. It happened when the 26-year-old Vita Clotilde was "16 years old".[104]
  123. In S.1206, this happened "10 years ago."[100]
  124. In S.1203, it is said Olivert Reise Arnor studied under Zechs Vander until "7 years ago".[107]
  125. From S.1204, this happened 8 years ago. It is unknown when Garcia Rossi exactly joined Revache, apart from the fact that Marconi already assumed office as boss.[47]
  126. This happens on the same day as its mayor's resignation. The mayor died "half a year later",[63] meaning it happened in S.1196 still.
  127. Born in S.1184,[64] the 19-year-old Crow in S.1204 says he was "13" years old[63] and in S.1206 the 17-year-old Stark says he was "8" years old[100] when Crow Armbrust leaves Jurai. Crow left Jurai immediately after his grandfather died,[100] which was "half a year" after his retirement,[63] meaning his happened in the first half of the year.
  128. From S.1204, this happened "7 years ago",[82] and "half a year" later after Vita Clotilde left the village as a "wandering witch",[104] putting this event in the first half of the year.
  129. Kilika Rouran says it happened "6 yars ago" in chapter 2 and 3 of Trails in the Sky SC,[90][110] and once again by Walter and Kilika in chapter 7,[97] and Zin Vathek remembers it as "six years ago" in Star Door 4: "Journey's End" of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, set in S.1203, as well.[111] Chapter 3 of Trails in the Sky SC took place before the signing of the Non-Agression Pact, meaning the chapter was set in S.1202l; whereas chapter 7 takes place right before the Liber Ark is unsealed again, which corresponds to the Orbal Shutdown Phenomenon in February S.1203. Since Trails in the Sky the 3rd also states it happening "six years" before S.1203, it can be assumed these events took place in S.1197.
  130. When Walter and Joshua Astray meet in chapter 7 of Trails in the Sky SC, it is evident they know each other from their time at Ouroboros.[97] For them to know each other from their time at Ouroboros, Walter would have had to joined before Joshua Astray received orders to assassinate Cassius Bright the same year.
  131. In Zero no Kiseki, in S.1204, the abduction is said to have taken place "8 years ago",[98] whereas Akatsuki no Kiseki, also in S.1204, puts the events at "7 years ago".[69] Akatsuki is leading as the more recent game.
  132. Takes place approximately "half a year" before Joshua Astray leaves for Liberl, which was also in S.1197,[22][97][112] suggests this also took place in S.1197. Furthermore, Joachim Guenter says that Paradise was destroyed during a different raid than the D∴G Cult Extermination as a whole (D∴G Cult Extermination).
  133. Scherazard Harvey was working as a Junior Bracer at this time.[43]
  134. Exact year unmentioned in the games. In Loewe Monogatari, Leonhardt receives the Kernviter from the Grandmaster almost immediately after Joshua Astray's failed attempt to assassinate Cassius Bright.[Supplementary 7] The timeline in Sept-Archive also puts this event at S.1197.[Supplementary 9]
  135. Takes place after the rebuilding of the Rolent Clock Tower, meaning it can be assumed that Joshua Astray's attempted assassination of Cassius Bright took place prior to the clocktower's rebuilt.[113]
  136. In S.1204, it is said to have happened "approximately 7 years ago".[114]
  137. In chapter 4 of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Rufina Argent says that the matter with Ouroboros has already been settled. In chapter 7, Rufina says that her run-in with Leonhardt was "6 years ago" in S.1203, suggesting Kevin Graham's appointment was in S.1197 or S.1198.
  138. This took place "around seven years ago" in S.1204.[119] Angelica Rogner only hints at Kilika Rouran in Trails of Cold Steel,[119] whereas in Sen no Kiseki III she is revealed as "chief of the Intelligence Agency".[64] Kilika Rouran started travelling through after Ryuga Rouran's death.[111]
  139. From S.1204, it happened "7 years ago".[120]
  140. Happens one month before Aina Holden visits Grancel Castle.[61]
  141. Events take place after Anton and Ricky have passed the entrance exams for Jenis Royal Academy but have yet to enroll. Moon Door 3 in Trails in the Sky the 3rd confirms that Anton is repeating the third year in the first half of S.1201, suggesting he entred in S.1198. Following that line of thought, it can be assumed that Aina Holden returned to the City of Grancel late S.1197. Furthermore, it takes place after Cassius Bright leaves for Calvard, Joshua Bright is at the Bright Family House and the reconstruction of the Rolent Clock Tower.
  142. Exact moment unknown. In the Finale of Trails in the Sky FC, Joshua Bright says that "Cassius Bright solved a major case for the Republic about five years ago".[11] Considering he was ordered to assassinate Cassius in S.1197, it is unclear whether Cassius was already promoted to S-rank at that point.
  143. In Moon Door 3 of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, which takes place in S.1197, it is confirmed that Cassius Bright is already heading to Calvard, but is not confirmed that he is there for the D∴G Cult Extermination, which took place in S.1198.
  144. On the official website of Sen no Kiseki] and the timeline published in Sept Archive], the D∴G Cult Extermination took place in S.1198.[Supplementary 10][Supplementary 9] In this case, the "major case for the Republic" Joshua Bright refers to in the Finale of Trails in the Sky FC is, indeed, the D∴G Cult Extermination.
  145. If Kevin Graham is brought to the fight against Leonhardt during the Finale in Trails in the Sky SC, Kevin tells him that Rufina Argent died "about four years back".[2] The Finale takes place early S.1203, suggesting the jaeger attack would have taken place in late S.1198 or S.1199. Its sequel, Trails in the Sky the 3rd says that the incident "5 years ago" in S.1203, placing the events in S.1198.[77][116]
  146. In Trails of Cold Steel, Sara Valestein says it has been "10 years" in S.1204,[122] and in Trails of Cold Steel II she says it has been "6 years", also in S.1204.[33][123] In Sen no Kiseki III, in S.1206, she says it happened "eight years" prior,[42] meaning both more recent instalments point toward S.1198
  147. In S.1204, it happened "about 6 years ago"[51] and in S.1206, "8 years ago".[55] In Sen no Kiseki III, a tombstone at Himmel Cemetery reading 'Elsa Regnitz', with the dates 1178-1198 can be found.
  148. In S.1206, it is said to have happened "8 years" earlier.[64] It is unknown whether Duvalie's parents had already died at this point.
  149. Claire Rieveldt says she was part of the "academy's 216th graduating class" whereas Rean Schwarzer and the rest of Class VII are the 221th class, specifying she was "5 years [his] senior", putting her enrollment in S.1199.[39]
  150. In S.1206, Musse Egret is 16-years-old and says she was "9 years old" when she enrolled, putting the year at S.1999.[42] She had not yet assumed the name "Muse" at this point.[70]
  151. Takes place after the death of Saya MacLaine[6][22]
  152. Exact year unknown. It happens after Sergei Lou was transferred to the Crossbell Police Academy, but no further specifications have been provided.
  153. In S.1204 it is said to have happened "5 years" prior.[69] It was publicly stated that the cause of his death was a disease.
  154. In S.1204, the attack is said to have taken place "5 years earlier", between the death of the previous prince and the enthronment of Albert von Bartholomeus.[69]
  155. In S.1204, the enthronement took place "5 years ago".[45]
  156. Deployment happened after Irina Reinford gained control over the Reinford Group.[103]
  157. In S.1202, it is said to have happened "three years ago".[50] It was said that the territory of the Capua Barony was situated in the north of Erebonia,[50] in Sen no Kiseki III it is revealed that their former territory was Leeves.[127]
  158. In S.1206, this happened "7 years before".[101]
  159. In Trails of Cold Steel in S.1204, it was said he retired "almost 10 years" ago,[128] but Sen no Kiseki III states that in S.1206 he returns to active duty after "approximately 7 years",[129] suggesting he retired in S.1199. It is unknown in what year he became principal of Thors Military Academy.
  160. In S.1204 at the age of 15, Fie Claussell says she was around "10 years old" when she first engaged in combat,[34] placing her debut in S.1199.
  161. InS.1204, this happened "4 years prior".[51]
  162. As seen from S.1202, this happened "about 2 years ago".[110]
  163. In S.1204, the incident took place "about 4 years ago", which Kevin Graham considered as owing Arios MacLaine a big favour.[94]
  164. In S.1206, it is said she died "6 years ago".[42][130]
  165. The games do not specificy a period. In Loewe Monogatari, Leonhardt was scouted by Alan Richard prior to the establishment of the Intelligence Division.[Supplementary 7] The timelines in Loewe Monogatari and the Sept-Archive put these events in S.1202.[Supplementary 6][Supplementary 11][Supplementary 12]
  166. In S.1204, Noel was 18 years old when she said she joined at the age of 15,[94] placing the date at S.1201.
  167. Event takes place the day after the Jenis Royal Academy's school festival in S.1201.[131] Exact date is unknown. Kloe Rinz enrolls in May and takes her exams eight weeks later, meaning late June or July. One month later, Lechter Arundel is still in school. The next event of this episode deals with the school festival and Lechter dropping out, meaning this took place most likely after August.
  168. This happened after the construction on the Orchis Tower started.[6][132] It is not known when in S.1201 it exactly happened.
  169. As seen from S.1204, she ran away from her parental home "3 years ago" and after the death of Guy Bannings.[98]
  170. In S.1204, it happened "3 years earlier".[114]
  171. In S.1204, it happened "3 years earlier".[95]
  172. Born in S.1184,[64] in S.1204 the 19-year-old Crow Armbrust said he was "16" at the time, meaning he established the Imperial Liberation Front in S.1200 or S.1201.[63] It was around this time that he became an Awakener.
  173. As seen from S.1204, this happened around the same time Crow Armbrust established the Imperial Liberation Front.[63][109]
  174. In S.1204, it has been "over 2 years" since she inherited the title of Yin, entered a contract with Heiyue and transferred to Crossbell. She is already in Crossbell during Zero no Kiseki's prologue, meaning the previous Yin died in S.1201 or early S.1202.[114]
  175. In S.1206, this happened "5 years ago".[20][133]
  176. Takes place 5 to 6 months before the signing of the Non-Agression Pact, meaning the first half of S.1202. One is required to be at least 16 years old in order to become a bracer, but with Estelle Bright's birthday set on August 7th, S.1186, it may suggest that she became a bracer at the age of 15 (Joshua Bright was born on December 20th, S.1185, meaning he was already 16 years old at the time.) However, in her conversation with Professor Alba at the top of the Esmelas Tower, Estelle states that "[they're] exactly 16".[43]
  177. Cassius Bright is contacted on the day Estelle and Joshua Bright become junior bracers.[67] According to Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 13: "Assault on the Imperial Guilds", the attacks started at early dawn in Heimdallr.[134]
  178. Unknown when Sharon Kreuger's mission started exactly. Sara Valestein was already an A-rank bracer at this point.[70] Because of her delay, Cassius Bright was dispatched.[60]
  179. This happens two days after Estelle and Joshua Bright become junior bracers.[78] Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 13: "Assault on the Imperial Guilds" also confirms that there were two days between the day Estelle and Joshua Bright become junior bracers (the day Cassius Bright was contacted regarding the Assault on the Imperial Guilds) and the disappearance of the Linde (the day Cassius arrived in Erebonia).[134]
  180. On the week after Queen Alicia II's birthday, this happened "around three months ago.[11][78]
  181. This happened after the Disappearance of the Linde.[53]
  182. "The stalemate continued for roughly two months" after Cassius Bright's arrival.[134] According to Sara Valestein, some time passed to clean up the aftermath of resolving the incident.[60]
  183. Takes place one week before Queen Alicia II's birthday.[11]
  184. Takes place on the same day as Queen Alicia II's birthday.[11] Akatsuki no Kiseki puts her birthday in September.[95]
  185. Takes place the day after Queen Alicia II's birthday celebration.[50]
  186. With both the ENIGMA and ARCUS specified as the fifth generation tactical orbments, it can be assumed the model introduced in Trails in the Sky SC is the fourth generation and the model in Trails in the Sky FC the third generation.
  187. Cassius Bright resigns from the Bracer Guild on the day Estelle and Joshua Bright become full bracers (the day of Queen Alicia II's birthday celebration).[11] Upon his return his rank is Colonel.
  188. Takes place right before Estelle Bright returns to Liberl.[136]
  189. Takes place a little after two months after Estelle Bright became a full bracer.[138]
  190. Happens in the same month as, but before the Non-Aggression Pact was signed.[140]
  191. Takes place after Estelle Bright returns to Liberl but before the Non-Aggression Pact is signed.[79]
  192. Takes place 5 or 6 months after Estelle and Joshua Bright started their adventure in Rolent, meaning it takes place in the second half of S.1202.[65]
  193. In S.1204, it happened "2 years ago".[141]
  194. In S.1204, it happened "2 years ago".[141] Elie MacDowell also studied in Liberl,[95] but is unknown when exactly.
  195. In S.1204 in Trails of Cold Steel I, II, III, and IV, it happened "three years ago",[142] and Sen no Kiseki III suggests Michael Gideon was still with the Imperial Academy in July S.1202 (unless he falsified that information),[135] suggesting he was dismissed not until the second half of S.1202.
  196. In S.1204, it happened "2 years ago".[143] In S.1206, Luise, who lived used to live in Crossbell for 2 years until "3 years ago" (S.1203), says Mishelam Wonderland opened around the time she came to Crossbell, suggests it may have been an early event in S.1202.
  197. In S.1206, when Emma Millstein is 20 years old, it happened when she was "16 years old".[104] Emma is 17 years old in both Trails of Cold Steel I, II, III, and IV (April–October S.1204) and Trails of Cold Steel II (November S.1204 onward), so this is calculated over Sen no Kiseki III. Celine states in Sen no Kiseki III that she became a "wandering witch" in order to pursue Vita Clotilde[104] and Trails of Cold Steel II that her mission was interrupted to attend Thors Military Academy.[82]
  198. In S.1206, this happened 4 years ago.
  199. Halfway through Trails in the Sky SC, the Hamel Tragedy was described as taking place 10 years earlier, suggesting this (still) takes place in S.1202, but Trails in the Sky the 3rd specified S.1203. In Sen no Kiseki III, Black Records, Volume 6, the month February is specified.[144]
  200. Takes place on the same day as the 3rd Armored Division arrives at the Haken Gate, meaning three days after the appearance of the Liber Ark.
  201. In In Sen no Kiseki III, Black Records, Volume 6, it is stated this place three days after the appearance of the Liber Ark.[144]
  202. In Trails in the Sky the 3rd's Liberl News - Special Issue, it is stated that the Liber Ark appeared "last month",[145] suggesting that there was a period of a month between its appearance and destruction. In Sen no Kiseki III, Black Records, Volume 6, it is specified there was a week between its appearance and destruction.[144]
  203. After the Liberl Shutdown Phenomenon,[60] exact moment unknown.
  204. Takes place one month after the Orbal Shutdown Phenomenon. Based on data provided in Sen no Kiseki III,[144] Giliath Osborne visited Liberl in March or the beginning of April. In Zero no Kiseki, Hartmann says he visited Crossbell "around spring of last year".[47][141]
  205. Olivert Reise Arnor leaves Liberl at the same time as Giliath Osborne leaves for Crossbell.[86]
  206. Takes place soon after Giliath Osborne's visit to Liberl.[86]
  207. In S.1206, this happened "3 years ago".[70] Exact moment unknown. After frequenting the casino, he joins the Crossbell Guardian Force.
  208. In July S.1204, Sara Valestein says she used to visit the Heimdallr/Alto Street branch of the Bracer Guild "up until about a year and a half ago". She joined Thors Military Academy in "last spring" when Principal Vandyck offered her the position.[51]
  209. On March 31st, S.1204, Angelica Rogner says their testing lasted for a year.[38] Whereas the ARCUS was introduced before other fifth generation tactical orbments, such as the ENIGMA and RAMDA, it remains in its test phase until at least March S.1205, two years later, according to Lloyd Bannings.[147]
  210. Takes place after the Liberl Shutdown Phenomenon. On June 27th, S.1204, the transfer took place "about a year ago", suggesting it happened around June of S.1203.[103]
  211. Takes place immediately after Zechs Vander assumes office at Zender Gate.[103]
  212. Takes place after the Liberl Shutdown Phenomenon, but before the Phantasma incident.
  213. Takes place after the Liberl Shutdown Phenomenon, but before the Phantasma incident.
  214. Takes place after R&A Research is established, but before the Phantasma incident.[148]
  215. Takes place after the Orbal Shutdown Phenomenon. Unknown when this happens exactly, but most likely around the same time of the other events listed. Kilika Rouran leaves Zeiss after the Orbal Gear Project begins. It is not possible to say whether the Rocksmith Agency was established before or after Kilika was requested as office manager.
  216. Takes place after Estelle and Joshua Bright depart from Liberl but before the Phantasma incident. After the Orbal Shutdown Phenomenon, it took at least 2 months to restore the Capel. Furthermore, the project starts its development halfway through the month and Kilika Rouran says she is planning to leave "early next month", meaning the Orbal Gear Project starts in the second half of August, September or October.
  217. Takes place at the beginning of the month following the month the Orbal Gear Project begins,[149] but before the Phantasma incident. In Ao no Kiseki, Kilika Rouran says during the West Zemurian Trade Confrence on 31st August, S.1204, that it has been "almost a year",[45] suggesting she quit between September and November.
  218. In [150], published in August, it is stated it has been a year since broadcasts have started.[150]
  219. Takes places "10 months" before the Special Support Section resumes their duties in Ao no Kiseki,[141] suggesting October S.1203.
  220. In S.1206, this took place "3 years ago"[70] when Juna Crawford changed places with Lloyd Bannings. However, Juna also says that she had only "just enrolled" when the events of February S.1205 transpired,[151] suggesting she may have enrolled not until the following year.
  221. Takes places "10 months" before the Special Support Section resumes their duties in Ao no Kiseki,[141] suggesting October S.1203.
  222. Trails in the Sky the 3rd corresponds with the events of Ring of Judgment's fourth chapter, in which Estelle and Joshua Bright learn that Renne has not returned to Ouroboros and they head toward Crossbell instead.
  223. Place 'Alster' was first mentioned in the Sen no Kiseki II Drama CD.
  224. In the beginning of Trails in the Sky the 3rd, it is said Kevin Graham infiltrates the Lusitania half a year after the destruction of the Liber Ark. However, in Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Prologue: "The Gralsritter", Dorothy Hyatt states that Nial Burns' birthday was "last Friday",[152] which is on November 25th according to the Orbal Compatibility Tester during the Jenis Royal Academy campus festival in Trails in the Sky FC. If Dorothy's statement is accurate, it would put the Phantasma incident as the end of November or the start of December.[10]
  225. In S.1204, it is stated Nial Burns and Dorothy Hyatt won the Fulitzer Prize the year before.[45] It is not specified in what month they win the prize, but Marcel Nielsen won his Fulitzer Price in S.1192 in November.
  226. Nial Burns and Dorothy Hyatt may have won for the Fulitzer Prize not only for their coverage of the Orbal Shutdown Phenomenon. During Trails in the Sky FC, Final Chapter: "Turmoil in the Royal City", it is said there is a chance they might win the Fulitzer Prize for their interview and coverage of the coup d'état in Liberl as well.
  227. Ao no Kiseki, Chapter 1: "Omen: A New Daily Life" puts the fight on "about half a year ago,"[141] and Trails of Cold Steel I, II, III, and IV places the date on "last year", meaning S.1203.[34] In Trails of Cold Steel II, on December 1st, S.1204, it is said to have been "approximately 1 year" earlier.[154] Combining these states suggest the fight took place late S.1203.
  228. At the beginning of S.1204, the Special Support Section was provided with this latest model, suggesting its development was finished late S.1203 or early S.1204.
  229. On the first day of Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 1: "Afternoon of the Wolves", it is said that it has been "a little over a month" since the Special Support Section was established. That same day, Estelle and Joshua Bright become affiliated with the Crossbell branch of the Bracer Guild, meaning the S.S.S was not established before January S.1204.
  230. In Zero no Kiseki, Finale: "Crossbell's Longest Day", Estelle Bright says during the conclusion of the Cult Incident that she last met with Renne during the Phantasma incident and that it has been "three months since they arrived [in Crossbell]". In Trails of Cold Steel, the Imperial Chronicle, Issue 2 states the Cult Incident concluded in May S.1204 (no later than May 21st). Following Estelle's line of thought, the Phantasma incident took place in November S.1203, with Estelle and Joshua Bright arriving at the Crossbell branch of the Bracer Guild in February S.1204.
  231. Based on the conversations in Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 1: "Afternoon of the Wolves", it has been "three months" since the Phantasma incident[Note 230] and "one month" since the Special Support Section was established.[24] Furthermore, based on the conversation between Estelle and Joshua Bright, Arios MacLaine and Michel, it can deduced that this event takes place toward the end of the month.
  232. In Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 2: "Golden Sun, Silver Moon", Revache Boss Marconi says the Schwarze Auktion takes place "next month" and the Special Support Section says the premiere of Golden Sun, Silver Moon also takes place "next month".
  233. In Ao no Kiseki, Michel reminiscences that this took place "over half a year ago" during President Dieter Crois' inaugural speech on October 24th.
  234. The Special Support Section infiltrate the Sun Fort and solve the incident.
  235. In April, S.1206, it is said Altina Orion awakened "2 years ago", before Rufus Albarea started his work from within the Noble Alliance,[133] and was lend to an aristocrat with as minimum knowledge as required.[21] She was shipped from the workshop just after the Heimdallr terrorist attack on July 26th, S.1204.[20] While the exact date is not known, it can be assumed her awakening was around this month.
  236. Trails of Cold Steel can be obtained from May 22th, S.1204 onward.
  237. Zero no Kiseki, Finale: "Crossbell's Longest Day" takes place on the same day as the third day of Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 4: "Creeping Wisdom", with Grace Lynn confirming that she's been acquainted with the Special Support Section since four months at that point.
  238. Takes place "one month" after the riots in Crossbell, during which Henry MacDowell still served as mayor.[22]
  239. Takes place a Thursday between the publication of Trails of Cold Steel (can be obtained from May 22th onward) and Trails of Cold Steel (can be obtained from June 15th onward), suggesting May 23th, May 30th, June 6th or June 13th.
  240. Takes place one month after the Cult Incident, when Henry MacDowell is still mayor and Chairman Hartmann is already arrested, suggesting this takes place in June. In July, he attends the summer festival in Heimdallr as chairman.[155] Exact month and day are unknown, but it takes place before and after other events listed.
  241. He has already become chairman in the 'Ao no Kiseki' Drama CD.
  242. Takes place after Dieter Crois assumes office as mayor,[22][Supplementary 15] but before the Special Support Section resumes their duties one month later,[94] suggesting this takes place in June or early July.
  243. Takes place "half a year" before the Special Support Section infiltrates the Orchis Tower, placing the date around June. Takes place before and after other events listed. In Ao no Kiseki, the suspect of the theft is Mariabell Crois.
  244. Takes place before early August.
  245. Takes place a couple of days before Arios MacLaine, Alex Dudley, Lloyd Bannings and Noel Seeker infiltrate the lodge.
  246. Takes place a couple of days before Arios MacLaine, Alex Dudley, Lloyd Bannings and Noel Seeker infiltrate the lodge.
  247. Takes place approximately two weeks before the West Zemuria Trade Conference, which takes place on August 31st according to Trails of Cold Steel I, II, III, and IV, meaning the infiltration of the Altair Lodge happens mid-August. Ao no Kiseki introduces the event as taking place in "a certain month" and "several months after the Cult Incident".
  248. It would take another two days before the Special Support Section actively starts their duties. Takes place two weeks before the West Zemuria Trade Conference, suggesting mid-August.
  249. Takes place on the same day as the Special Support Section resumes duty. The next day, the S.S.S meets Sigmund Orlando in front of the old Revache office. Later, when Randy Orlando meets with Sigmund on August 29th, Sigmund says it has been "two years since their previous [meeting]". It also takes place two weeks before the West Zemuria Trade Conference, suggesting a date around August 14th.
  250. Takes place on the day after the Special Support Section resumes duty. At this point, it had already been decided that Arianrhod would be in charge of Crossbell (Campanella did not know until F. Novartis told him).
  251. As seen from Queen Alicia II's birthday celebration in September, it took place "last month".[120]
  252. 252.0 252.1 252.2 252.3 Date based on the calendar in Trails of Cold Steel I, II, III, and IV.
  253. Ao no Kiseki posits the date as "early Fall S.1204". Conversations with citizens of Crossbell confirm that the West Zemuria Trade Conference takes place at the end of the month.
  254. Michael Gideon's name is not actually mentioned in Ao no Kiseki
  255. When Cross Project visits City of Zeiss, Albert Russell tells them it has been "six days" since the Capel II was stolen. In the same conversation, Nacht Weiss and Chloe Barnett say that their trip to Grancel was "five days ago", suggesting it took place the day before they became junior bracers.[95]
  256. Takes place after the Orchis Tower is completed, but before the Special Support Section visits Mishelam.
  257. Takes place several days after the Cross Project commences trial.[120]
  258. Takes place 2 weeks after the West Zemuria Trade Conference, suggesting mid-September.
  259. Takes place the day after the clash between the Special Support Section and Campanella on Mishelam.[95]
  260. From the conversations after the Martial Arts Competition, it can be deduced that the tournament takes place six days after Nacht Weiss and Chloe Barnett became junior bracers.[95]
  261. Same day as the final day of the Martial Arts Competition in honour of Queen Alicia II's birthday celebration, which was delayed due to the bomb terrorist threats. One day after the fights in Geofront Block D.[95]
  262. Takes place the day after the Crossbell Police Department's attempt to infiltrate.[95]
  263. At this point, the Crois family contracts Red Constellation instead.
  264. Takes place two days before the Tri-Lateral Summit[69] and follows the week after Samuel Leitner's arrest.[95] It also takes place before Mariabell Crois assumes office as the representative president of IBC. Mikhail, a young patient at St. Ursula Medical College said during Ao no Kiseki he would "soon be discharged" whereas at this point his discharge happened "last month", suggesting this may as well take place in October.
  265. Takes place the day before the Tri-Lateral Summit.[69] As this takes place before Shizuku MacLaine's surgery,[69] it pre-dates the start of Ao no Kiseki, Chapter 3: "Flux: Carnival of Beasts" (three days before the raid on Crossbell City).
  266. Starts during the afternoon.[80]
  267. According to Ao no Kiseki, Mariabell Crois assumes office as representative president three days before the Assault on Crossbell City.
  268. In Trails of Cold Steel II, on December 5th, Bleublanc says it has been "2 months" since they last spoke, suggesting the trip to Ymir took place around October 5th.
  269. At the start of Ao no Kiseki, Chapter 4: "Crossbell's Fate", one week has passed since the incident. The referendum for Crossbell's independence is scheduled three days later. Therefore, it may be assumed that this event takes place 10 days before the referendum (approximately October 17th), suggesting the assault on Crossbell City happened early October (approximately October 10th).
  270. In Trails of Cold Steel, which can be obtained from October 21st onward, states "[i]t has only been a month since Crossbell was last attacked by terrorists". This may refer to the terrorist attack on the West Zemuria Trade Conference on August 31st. Since Trails of Cold Steel can be obtained from September 18th onward, Trails of Cold Steel from September 26th onward, the Imperial Chronicle has not had the chance to address either of the terrorist attacks prior to Issue 10.
  271. Noel Seeker quits on the morning two days before the referendum for Crossbell's independence and one week and eight days after the Assault on Crossbell City. It can be assumed she quit mid-October (approximately October 15th).
  272. On Noel Seeker's last day, Elie MacDowell says they have been working together for the last "three months" whereas Tio Plato, who returned on from August 30th onward, mentions "two months".
  273. Takes place one week before the Sept-Terrion of Zero is born (October 24th) and one week after the Assault on Crossbell City (date unknown). With the referendum taking place on a Thursday, it can be assumed it took place on October 17th.
  274. Takes place the day before the declaration of Crossbell's independence.
  275. In Ao no Kiseki, it is stated that the ultimatum for the military intervention was 24 hours. Based on the time of Garrelia Fortress' disappearance, this may have been around 3:00PM or 4:00PM.
  276. Technically speaking, Valimar was discovered on October 24th since it was past midnight.
  277. Takes place after October 24th and before November.
  278. Takes place after October 24th and before November.
  279. Takes place during the October Campaign. Exact date unknown.
  280. Happens one month after Crossbell's declaration of independence. At this point, it has been "more than half a year" since Garcia Rossi was imprisoned (following his arrest in the Sun Fort). Kevin Graham says it has been "about four months" since their previous meeting, placing this event at late November or early December.
  281. It is unknown whether it was before or later Rean Schwarzer's awakening on November 29th.
  282. McBurn says it has been "2 days" since Jusis Albarea and Sara Valestein joined again.
  283. Takes place at least 15 days after Class VII resumed their duties.[168] Trails of Cold Steel II does not touch upon the events in Alster, but Sen no Kiseki III does.
  284. In Ao no Kiseki, Grace Lynn says the Assault on Crossbell City took place "two months before". Exact date is unknown, but it is probable this takes place before December 23rd.
  285. When the barrier disappears in Ao no Kiseki, it was already afternoon based on the sky. From Garrelia Fortress in Trails of Cold Steel II, the barrier can still be seen on December 23rd, meaning the barruer disappeared on the afternoon of December 23rd, 24th or 25th.
  286. On the afternoon of December 25th in Trails of Cold Steel II, Duvalie is portrayed as tired from her battle with the Special Support Section in Ao no Kiseki. Between the fight between Duvalie and the Special Support Section, and stopping of the tolling of the bell, was only the fight with Arianrhod, suggesting the fight with Duvalie also took place during the afternoon. Therefore, the barrier surrounding Crossbell City most likely disappeared on December 24th, the day before Class VII fought Duvalie on December 25th.
  287. Duvalie says "First I disgrace myself in Crossbell, and now here...", meaning that this event takes place after Henry MacDowell's declaration that Crossbell's independence is invalid and the Special Support Section's invasion of the Stargazers' Tower.
  288. Date is derived from Trails of Cold Steel II.
  289. The Special Support Section arrives at the top of Orchis Tower at 12:30, meaning his arrest was later that afternoon.
  290. Takes place after the appearance of the Azure Tree.
  291. Date based on the calendar in Trails of Cold Steel II.
  292. During the afternoon after Trista's liberation, Lechter Arundel reports that the Azure Tree has disappeared.[37]
  293. Dieter Crois' arrest occured separately from his capture on top of the Orchis Tower. In Trails of Cold Steel II, on December 31st, Dieter's arrest is discussed as the latest news, suggesting it most likely happened on December 30th.
  294. It is unknown when the Infernal Castle disappears exactly. The day may already have been passed when it disappears.
  295. In Sen no Kiseki III, it is stated that "after the civil war", Nidhoggr's "Kopf" changed.[19] It is not known whether this happened during or after the civil war and whether the "Sir" introduced in Akatsuki no Kiseki serves as new leader.
  296. In S.1206, this happened "2 years ago".[100]
  297. Just before the Infernal Castle disappears, Giliath Osborne commands Rufus Albarea to wrap up matters "within a week".
  298. Takes place after the end of the Erebonian Civil War,[70] exact time unknown.
  299. Takes place "more than a week" after the end of the Erebonian Civil War.[20]
  300. It is unknown whether this happened before or after Crow Armbrust's funeral.
  301. Takes place after the end of the Erebonian Civil War.
  302. On March 9th, Rean Schwarzer has been in Crossbell for a month, meaning he transferred there at the start of February.
  303. Takes place not later than March 9th. Since the Eisengraff can be seen at Crossbell Station, it can be assumed that this speech takes place on March 9th.
  304. In subsequent playthroughs of 'Trails of Cold Steel II', Thomas Lysander reveals himself to Rean Schwarzer when he is surrounded by other Class VII members. In 'Sen no Kiseki III', however, it is said Rean did not learn about his identity until "after graduation" of the rest of Class VII.[8]
  305. Takes place after Angelica Rogner's graduation, and in June S.1206 she departed "over a year" ago.[42]
  306. The official decision for dismissal is made "halfway" S.1205[127] and comes into effect per fall.[151]
  307. It is not known when exactly the 3rd Armored Division moved from the Zender Gate.
  308. In April S.1206, it has been "about half a year".[102]
  309. In April S.1206, it has been "about half a year".[133]
  310. Exact moment unknown, but takes place after the Northern Campaign.
  311. Takes place at "the end of the year". At this point she is not yet addressed as 'Musse'.[70]
  312. Takes place at "the end" of S.1205.[60]
  313. On May 20th, S.1206, this happened "half a year" earlier.[70]
  314. In May S.1206, this happened "about half a year" earlier.[151]
  315. Takes place after the 7th Armored Division leaves Zender Gate. In May S.1206, he have had no communication [with Class VII] for "more than half a year". These two statements suggest that this takes place late S.1205 or early S.1206.[19]
  316. Exact moment unknown. On June 17th, S.1206, it opened "half a year ago", suggesting late S.1205 or early S.1206.[42]
  317. Takes place after the Azure Tree disappears in S.1204.
  318. Takes place after the Erebonian Civil War but before the Imperial Army of Erebonia investigates the place.[42]
  319. Takes place after the Takes place after the Erebonian Civil War.[42]
  320. Takes place after the Erebonian Civil War.[20]
  321. Takes place after the annexation of Crossbell.[20]
  322. Exact time unknown. Rean Schwarzer states that "arrest warrants haven't been issued for either of [[[Lloyd Bannings]] and Rixia Mao] yet" when they met in the Geofront,[70] and Juna Crawford remarks that Lloyd became wanted before the end of S.1205.[60]
  323. Since Fie Claussell is described as the "youngest, full bracer" at the age of 16,[102] she must have joined halfway through S.1205.
  324. Heimdallr Aiport has flights to/from Ordis, Bareahard, Roer, Saint-Arkh, Crossbell City, Haliask and Jurai.
  325. The official website says it has been "two months" since Rean Schwarzer graduated.[Supplementary 16] In Sen no Kiseki III, alumnus Munk says it has been "about 2 months" since he last saw Rean in April,[133] whereas Rean himself says he graduated last month in April.[182] Other (second year) graduates, such as Towa Herschel, Angelica Rogner and Georges Nome were still active at Thors Military Academy in March,[176] suggesting Rean did graduate in March.
  326. Prior April 1st, S.1207, both have been promoted to A-rank bracers on a yet unknown date.[182]
  327. This most likely happened during April.
  328. Before April, but exact moment is unknown. In June, it was said to have happened "the other day".[100]
  329. On April 1st, Altina Orion says she was not aware of its completion[182] and Olivert Reise Arnor says it had "just been finished",[182] suggesting it was completed before April 1st.
  330. Takes place before April 15th.[73][133]
  331. Imperial Biennale ends at May 14th.[183]
  332. Gaius Worzel contact Jusis Albarea before the Provincial Council in Ordis.[8][19]
  333. Takes place before Arianrhod arrives on Bryonia Island,[19] suggesting early June.
  334. As seen from June 19th, the battle has been raging on for "half a month", suggesting since the start of June S.1206.[64]
  335. Aurelia Le Guin arrives at the top at 10 o'clock in the morning.
  336. The in-game synopsis confirm that this event took place the night following Thors Campus Leeves' return and the Provincial Council in the morning.[64][187]
  337. Exact date unknown, but before the completion of the Tangram Fortress on July 10th.[20]
  338. Exact date unknown, but on July 16th it had been "barely completed".[15]
  339. In Issue 8 of the Imperial Chronicle, still only eight railguns are mentioned.
  340. On July 15th, Giliath Osborne calls the father of Croire de Cayenne the "previous Duke Cayenne",[20] suggesting that Croire de Cayenne kept his title of duke after his life imprisonment.
  341. On the 17th, Neithardt's return was planned for "after the festival".,[71] so his return had already been scheduled before the incident.
  342. In January S.1205, the punitive expedition of the Imperial Army of Erebonia under command of Rufus Albarea invades and occupies Crossbell. During the ending of Ao no Kiseki, it is states "Crossbell suffered two years through the hardships of imperial occupation", meaning the occupation lasted until approximately January S.1207.[6]

Games

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Ao no Kiseki, Sunshine Agnes - Chapter 7: Edwin's Justice.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Trails in the Sky SC, Finale: "Trails in the Sky".
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Trails in the Sky FC, SC, and the 3rd, History Museum in the City of Grancel.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Trails in the Sky SC.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Ao no Kiseki, Fragments: "Beyond the Paradise of Lies".
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17 Ao no Kiseki, Finale: "And Yet, Here We Are".
  7. Trails of Cold Steel II, Black Records/Volume 1.
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 8.13 8.14 8.15 8.16 8.17 8.18 8.19 8.20 8.21 Sen no Kiseki III, Finale: "For Whom The Bell Tolls", 07/18.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 Sen no Kiseki III, Volume 1.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Trails in the Sky the 3rd.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 11.8 11.9 Trails in the Sky FC, Final Chapter: "Turmoil in the Royal City".
  12. 12.0 12.1 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 3: "Beyond the Railways", 06/28.
  13. Exact year unknown. In S.1204, it is said it started operations "over a thousand years ago."[12]
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 Trails of Cold Steel II, Black Records/Volume 2.
  15. 15.00 15.01 15.02 15.03 15.04 15.05 15.06 15.07 15.08 15.09 15.10 15.11 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr", 07/16.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 Sen no Kiseki III, Finale: "For Whom The Bell Tolls", 07/18, Gral of Erebos.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 Sen no Kiseki III, Imperial Museum in Heimdallr.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Sen no Kiseki III, Volume 2.
  19. 19.00 19.01 19.02 19.03 19.04 19.05 19.06 19.07 19.08 19.09 19.10 19.11 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 3: "The Pulse of Steel ~Profusion of the Sea Capital~", 06/10.
  20. 20.00 20.01 20.02 20.03 20.04 20.05 20.06 20.07 20.08 20.09 20.10 20.11 20.12 20.13 20.14 20.15 20.16 20.17 20.18 20.19 20.20 20.21 20.22 20.23 20.24 20.25 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr", 07/15.
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 21.4 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 3: "The Pulse of Steel ~Profusion of the Sea Capital~", 06/18.
  22. 22.00 22.01 22.02 22.03 22.04 22.05 22.06 22.07 22.08 22.09 22.10 22.11 Zero no Kiseki, Finale: "Crossbell's Longest Day".
  23. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Moon Door 5: "The Happiness Stone".
  24. 24.0 24.1 Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 1: "Afternoon of the Wolves".
  25. Sen no Kiseki III, Volume 3.
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 Trails of Cold Steel II, Black Records/Volume 4.
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 Trails of Cold Steel II, Black Records/Volume 3.
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 1: "Unconventional Studies", 04/17.
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 29.3 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr", 07/04.
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 30.3 30.4 Trails of Cold Steel II, Black Records/Volume 5.
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 Sen no Kiseki III, Volume 4.
  32. Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 3: "Beyond the Railways", 06/15.
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 33.4 Trails of Cold Steel II, Act 2: "The Awakening Lions", 12/26.
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 34.3 34.4 34.5 34.6 34.7 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 4: "A Midsummer's Revels", 07/24.
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 35.4 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 5: "Signs and Omens", 08/28.
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 Trails of Cold Steel II, Act 2: "The Awakening Lions", 12/13.
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 Trails of Cold Steel II, Finale: "Forward, Relentlessly", 12/30.
  38. 38.0 38.1 38.2 Trails of Cold Steel, Prologue: "The Way to Thors", 03/31.
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 Trails of Cold Steel, Final Chapter: "Put to the Test", 10/24.
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 Sen no Kiseki III, Pre-story.
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 6: "Progressive Chaos", 09/25.
  42. 42.00 42.01 42.02 42.03 42.04 42.05 42.06 42.07 42.08 42.09 42.10 42.11 42.12 42.13 42.14 42.15 42.16 42.17 42.18 42.19 42.20 42.21 42.22 42.23 42.24 42.25 42.26 42.27 42.28 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 3: "The Pulse of Steel ~Profusion of the Sea Capital~", 06/17.
  43. 43.0 43.1 43.2 43.3 43.4 Trails in the Sky FC, Prologue: "A Father's Love, A New Beginning".
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 44.4 Trails in the Sky FC, Chapter 2: "Madrigal of the White Magnolia".
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 45.3 45.4 45.5 Ao no Kiseki, Chapter 2: "West Zemuria Trade Conference", West Zemuria Trade Conference.
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 46.3 46.4 Zero no Kiseki.
  47. 47.0 47.1 47.2 47.3 47.4 47.5 Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 2: "Golden Sun, Silver Moon".
  48. Trails of Cold Steel, Thors Military Academy Library.
  49. Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 1: "Sneaking Shadows".
  50. 50.0 50.1 50.2 50.3 50.4 Trails in the Sky SC, Prologue: "A Maiden's Resolve".
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 51.3 51.4 51.5 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 4: "A Midsummer's Revels", 07/25.
  52. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Sun Door 5: "Campy's Who Wants to Be a Mirannaire? Trials in the Sky".
  53. 53.00 53.01 53.02 53.03 53.04 53.05 53.06 53.07 53.08 53.09 53.10 53.11 53.12 53.13 53.14 53.15 53.16 53.17 53.18 53.19 53.20 53.21 53.22 53.23 53.24 Trails in the Sky FC, SC, and the 3rd, Orbal Calculator Capel System Ver.7.0.
  54. 54.0 54.1 54.2 54.3 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 7: "Orbal Gear Project".
  55. 55.0 55.1 55.2 55.3 55.4 55.5 55.6 55.7 55.8 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr", 07/17.
  56. 56.0 56.1 56.2 56.3 56.4 Trails of Cold Steel, Imperial Railways: A History book.
  57. Trails in the Sky FC, Chapter 3: "The Black Orbment".
  58. 58.0 58.1 58.2 Sen no Kiseki III, Imperial Chronicle - Issue 2.
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Moon Door 2: "Client".
  60. 60.00 60.01 60.02 60.03 60.04 60.05 60.06 60.07 60.08 60.09 60.10 60.11 60.12 60.13 60.14 60.15 60.16 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr", 07/17, Ceremony.
  61. 61.00 61.01 61.02 61.03 61.04 61.05 61.06 61.07 61.08 61.09 61.10 61.11 61.12 61.13 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 2: "The Salt Pale".
  62. 62.0 62.1 62.2 62.3 62.4 Sen no Kiseki III, Volume 5.
  63. 63.00 63.01 63.02 63.03 63.04 63.05 63.06 63.07 63.08 63.09 63.10 63.11 63.12 63.13 Trails of Cold Steel II, Intermission: "Aboard the Pantagruel", 12/13.
  64. 64.00 64.01 64.02 64.03 64.04 64.05 64.06 64.07 64.08 64.09 64.10 64.11 64.12 64.13 64.14 64.15 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 3: "The Pulse of Steel ~Profusion of the Sea Capital~", 06/19.
  65. 65.0 65.1 65.2 65.3 Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 5: "That Which One Must Protect".
  66. 66.0 66.1 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 5: "Swordsmanship".
  67. 67.0 67.1 67.2 Trails in the Sky FC.
  68. Zero no Kiseki, Crossbell Times - Issue 1.
  69. 69.00 69.01 69.02 69.03 69.04 69.05 69.06 69.07 69.08 69.09 69.10 69.11 Akatsuki no Kiseki, Chapter 3: "Assistant Bodyguard".
  70. 70.00 70.01 70.02 70.03 70.04 70.05 70.06 70.07 70.08 70.09 70.10 70.11 70.12 70.13 70.14 70.15 70.16 70.17 70.18 70.19 70.20 70.21 70.22 70.23 70.24 70.25 70.26 70.27 70.28 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 2: "Crossbell's Conflict", 05/20.
  71. 71.00 71.01 71.02 71.03 71.04 71.05 71.06 71.07 71.08 71.09 71.10 71.11 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr", 07/17, Conversation with Olaf Craig.
  72. Giliath Osborne, 54 years old in S.1206, met Kasia at the age of "35",[71] with his son Rean born "soon thereafter" in S.1187, meaning their meeting was early S.1186. Giliath Osborne held the rank of colonel at the time of his marriage and it is unknown whether he had been promoted to brigadier general when Rean was born.[71]
  73. 73.0 73.1 73.2 73.3 73.4 73.5 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 1: "Reunion ~The Old Capital of Chalkstone~", 04/15.
  74. 74.0 74.1 Trails of Cold Steel II, Imperial Chronicle - Issue 2.
  75. Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 2: "Crossbell's Conflict", 05/13.
  76. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Chapter 3: "Golden Road, Silver Road".
  77. 77.0 77.1 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Chapter 6: "The Guardians' Trials".
  78. 78.0 78.1 78.2 78.3 78.4 78.5 78.6 Trails in the Sky FC, Chapter 1: "Disappearance of the Linde".
  79. 79.0 79.1 79.2 Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 4: "The Mist Demon's Target".
  80. 80.0 80.1 80.2 80.3 80.4 80.5 Akatsuki no Kiseki, Chapter 4: "The Trilateral Summit".
  81. 81.0 81.1 Zero no Kiseki, Finale: "Crossbell's Longest Day", Bonding Events.
  82. 82.0 82.1 82.2 82.3 82.4 82.5 Trails of Cold Steel II, Prologue: "The Depths of Despair", 11/30.
  83. 83.0 83.1 83.2 83.3 83.4 83.5 Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 6: "The Whereabouts of Bonds".
  84. 84.0 84.1 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 1: "Reunion ~The Old Capital of Chalkstone~", 04/22.
  85. 85.0 85.1 85.2 85.3 85.4 85.5 Trails in the Sky FC, The Hundred Days War book.
  86. 86.0 86.1 86.2 86.3 86.4 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 8: "Return to the Empire".
  87. 87.0 87.1 87.2 87.3 Ao no Kiseki.
  88. 88.0 88.1 88.2 88.3 88.4 88.5 88.6 88.7 Trails of Cold Steel II, Finale: "Forward, Relentlessly", 12/31.
  89. 89.0 89.1 89.2 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 5: "Signs and Omens", 08/30.
  90. 90.0 90.1 Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 3: "The Mad Tea Party".
  91. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Moon Door 1: "Orbal Gear Project" Part 2.
  92. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 11: "Phantom Thief B Report".
  93. 93.0 93.1 93.2 93.3 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 6: "Progressive Chaos", 09/26.
  94. 94.00 94.01 94.02 94.03 94.04 94.05 94.06 94.07 94.08 94.09 94.10 Ao no Kiseki, Prologue: "Traces of D".
  95. 95.00 95.01 95.02 95.03 95.04 95.05 95.06 95.07 95.08 95.09 95.10 95.11 95.12 95.13 95.14 95.15 95.16 Akatsuki no Kiseki, Chapter 2: "Robbery at ZCF".
  96. Trails of Cold Steel II, Act 2: "The Awakening Lions", 12/18.
  97. 97.0 97.1 97.2 97.3 97.4 Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 7: "The Tetracyclic Towers".
  98. 98.0 98.1 98.2 98.3 98.4 98.5 98.6 Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 3: "Crossbell Anniversary Festival".
  99. 99.0 99.1 99.2 99.3 Zero no Kiseki, Chapter 4: "Creeping Wisdom".
  100. 100.00 100.01 100.02 100.03 100.04 100.05 100.06 100.07 100.08 100.09 100.10 100.11 100.12 100.13 100.14 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 4: "Glimmering Heimdallr", 07/09.
  101. 101.0 101.1 101.2 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 1: "Reunion ~The Old Capital of Chalkstone~", 04/21.
  102. 102.0 102.1 102.2 102.3 102.4 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 1: "Reunion ~The Old Capital of Chalkstone~", 04/23.
  103. 103.0 103.1 103.2 103.3 103.4 103.5 103.6 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 3: "Beyond the Railways", 06/27.
  104. 104.0 104.1 104.2 104.3 104.4 104.5 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 3: "The Pulse of Steel ~Profusion of the Sea Capital~", 06/11.
  105. 105.0 105.1 105.2 Trails of Cold Steel II, Intermission: "Aboard the Pantagruel", 12/12.
  106. 106.0 106.1 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 2: "The Verdant City", 05/29.
  107. 107.0 107.1 107.2 107.3 107.4 Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 8: "Land of Chaos".
  108. Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 5: "Signs and Omens", 08/25.
  109. 109.0 109.1 109.2 109.3 109.4 109.5 Trails of Cold Steel, Final Chapter: "Put to the Test", 10/30.
  110. 110.0 110.1 110.2 Trails in the Sky SC, Chapter 2: "The Raging Land".
  111. 111.0 111.1 111.2 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 4: "Journey's End".
  112. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 15: "Paradise".
  113. 113.0 113.1 113.2 113.3 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Moon Door 4: "Departure".
  114. 114.0 114.1 114.2 114.3 Ao no Kiseki, Finale: "And Yet, Here We Are", Bonding Events.
  115. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Chapter 4: "The Dark Stigma".
  116. 116.0 116.1 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Chapter 7: "The Distant Flames".
  117. 117.0 117.1 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 1: "Unconventional Studies", 04/24.
  118. 118.0 118.1 Trails of Cold Steel II, Prologue: "The Depths of Despair", 11/29.
  119. 119.0 119.1 Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 6: "Progressive Chaos", 09/19.
  120. 120.0 120.1 120.2 120.3 120.4 Akatsuki no Kiseki, Chapter 1: "Assistant at the Queen's Birthday Celebration".
  121. Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Chapter 5: "Labyrinth of Shadows and Light".
  122. 122.0 122.1 Trails of Cold Steel, Final Chapter: "Put to the Test", 10/22.
  123. 123.0 123.1 123.2 Trails of Cold Steel II, Act 2: "The Awakening Lions", 12/25.
  124. 124.00 124.01 124.02 124.03 124.04 124.05 124.06 124.07 124.08 124.09 124.10 124.11 124.12 124.13 124.14 124.15 124.16 Ao no Kiseki, Chapter 4: "Crossbell's Fate".
  125. 125.0 125.1 125.2 125.3 125.4 Ao no Kiseki, Chapter 2: "West Zemuria Trade Conference".
  126. 126.0 126.1 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Sun Door 1: "Capua Express Delivery Service".
  127. 127.0 127.1 127.2 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 2: "Crossbell's Conflict", 05/14.
  128. Trails of Cold Steel, Chapter 4: "A Midsummer's Revels", 07/18.
  129. 129.0 129.1 129.2 Sen no Kiseki III, Imperial Chronicle - Issue 3.
  130. 130.0 130.1 130.2 130.3 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 3: "The Pulse of Steel ~Profusion of the Sea Capital~", 06/16.
  131. 131.0 131.1 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Moon Door 4: "Departure".
  132. 132.0 132.1 132.2 132.3 Zero no Kiseki, Prologue: "Special Support Section".
  133. 133.0 133.1 133.2 133.3 133.4 Sen no Kiseki III, Chapter 1: "Reunion ~The Old Capital of Chalkstone~", 04/16.
  134. 134.0 134.1 134.2 Trails in the Sky the 3rd, Star Door 13: "Assault on the Imperial Guilds".
  135. 135.0 135.1 Sen no Kiseki III, Michael Gideon, En Route To Dystopia.
  136. 136.0 136.1 Trails in the Sky SC, Liberl News - Issue 2.
  137. Trails in the Sky FC, Liberl News - Issue 10.
  138. 138.0 138.1 Trails in the Sky SC, Liberl News - Issue 1.
  139. 139.0 139.1 Trails in the Sky SC, Liberl News - Issue 4.
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