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The following contents have not been released in the English language and are based on data from the Japanese version of this game. Details are subject to change at any given time.

An Avatar (転生者 Tenseisha?, "Reincarnated Person") is a term in Tales of Innocence used to refer to those who are reincarnations of the deities from Devaloka. Near the beginning of the story, the term Fallen One (異能者 Inousha?, "Unknown Ability Person"), or Fallen, is used to identify these people.

Description

Awakened Avatars possess abilities that set them apart from ordinary humans. It is because of this fact that a detainment law regarding the public's safety is issued for Avatars, although this is later revealed to be a plot conceived by Arca and its leader, Mathias. Due to the abilities Avatars posses, they are used as weapons of war, either through direct combat or powering combat machines. Ruca Milda, Illia Animi, and Spada Belforma fall victim to the first of these examples, while Ange Serena and Gardle become subject to the latter. Avatars typically have dreams or visions recalling events in their past lives. In many cases, Avatars are affected by their past lives's actions, thoughts, or emotions, resulting in past betrayals or love affairs that venture into present lives.

Each of the game's protagonists shares a correlation with an antagonist due to their former lives:

Gallery

The below tables provide a visual for both the protagonist and antagonist Avatars, as well as their past selves.

Protagonists

Ruca (tvtropes) Illia (tvtropes) Spada (tvtropes) Ange (tvtropes) Ricardo (tvtropes) Hermana (tvtropes)
Ruca
Milda
Illia
Animi
Spada
Belforma
Ange
Serena
Ricardo
Soldato
Hermana
Larmo
Asras (tvtropes) Inanna (tvtropes) Durandal (tvtropes) Orifiel (tvtropes) Hypnos (tvtropes) Vritra (tvtropes)
Asras Inanna Durandal Orifiel Hypnos Vritra

Antagonists

Thitose (tvtropes) Gardle (tvtropes) Hasta (tvtropes) Sian (tvtropes) Albert (tvtropes) 2 Mathias (tvtropes)
Thitose
Cxarma
Gardle[1] Hasta
Ekstermi
Sian
Tenebro
Albert
Grandeioza
Mathias
Sakuya (tvtropes) Thanatos (tvtropes) 2 Gae Bolg (tvtropes) Cerberus (tvtropes) Himmel (tvtropes) Maou (tvtropes)
Sakuya Thanatos Gae Bolg Cerberus Himmel Maou

Trivia

  • In Hinduism, an avatar is a deliberate descent of a deity to Earth, or a descent of the Supreme Being, and is mostly translated into English as "incarnation", but more accurately as "appearance" or "manifestation". This directly correlates with Avatars being the descent of deities from Devaloka to Naraka through reincarnation, being the manifestations of those deities.

Notes

  1. It is not revealed until later in the story that Gardle is not an Avatar, being Thanatos himself and having never reincarnated.


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