Arte Description and History
The arte involves the background becoming a celestial wonder as a glyph appears below Yuri, erupting light energy. Yuri spins his sword and gives it a charge of white light. The glyph then begins sending a tornado of light upward, in which Yuri directs the sword's light upward. Once the cyclone vanishes, Yuri's sword is seen to be in two "parts", with the bottom part becoming pure light, and the second half highly resembling a feather. Yuri then slams the blade down onto the opponents, dealing a single strike of massive damage. The light then spreads out to deal one more hit before finally vanishing afterward.
This mystic arte can only be used in the second playthrough or further. In order to use it, Yuri must be equipped with the Myoujou Ni-gou (明星弐号?, "Vesperia 2nd") sword and have an active Level 4 Over Limit status. Once these conditions are fulfilled, the mystic arte can be activated by holding the "Attack" and "Artes" buttons during any arcane, altered, or burst arte. This attack is also animated into the final cutscene of the game as the means used by Yuri to eliminate the Adephagos. Kouyokutenshou-kun parodies this arte.
- The Idolmaster SideM - Yuri Lowell
- Tales of Vesperia (PS3) English Fan Translation: Angel's Crest
In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes
Tales of Vesperia (PS3)
Japanese Quote: オレに力を！瞬け、明星の光・・・うぅおおおおおっ！！喰らいやがれぇっ！天翔！光翼剣！！！
Romanized Quote: Ore ni chikara wo! Matatake, myoujou no hikari... Uuooooo-!! Kurai yagaree-! Tenshou! Kouyokuken!!!
Translated Quote: "Give me strength! Flicker, O light of the morning star... Uuooooo!! Eat this! Tenshou! Kouyokuken!!!"