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|Tales of the Rays|
|Game Systems|| •iOS|
|Developers||Bandai Namco Games|
|Publishers||Bandai Namco Games|
|Japanese Releases|| iOS February 28, 2017|
Android February 28, 2017
|Opening Theme||"New Wall" by Alexandros|
Tales of the Rays (テイルズ オブ ザ レイズ Teiruzu obu za Reizu?) is a Mobile Title in the Tales series. The game is a smartphone app with an original story, led by veteran scenario writer Takumi Yajima, who has worked on Mothership Titles such as Tales of Symphonia and Tales of the Abyss. The game incorporates characters and aspects from others in the series, including Tales of Destiny, Tales of Eternia, Tales of the Abyss, Tales of Vesperia, Tales of Graces ƒ, Tales of Xillia, and Tales of Zestiria. The game's Japanese theme song is "New Wall", performed by Alexandros and played during the game's opening sequence.
The world of Tir Na Nog was brought to prosperity by Kiral Molecules, which produce infinite energy. When the shadow of destruction crawls into a world filled with light, it begins to manipulate the power of the Magic Mirror in Ickx, the Mirror Knight!
|Anima||Chapter Name||Unlockable Character(s)||Number of Quests|
| Chapter 1 : Land of Barriers and Blastia|
第1章 : 結界と魔導器の世界
|Yuri Lowell, Repede||10|
| Chapter 2 : Land of Valkines Cryas and Eleth|
第2章 : 大輝石と原素の世界
| Chapter 3 : Land of Scores and Fonons|
第3章 : 預言と音素の世界
|Luke fon Fabre||17|
| Chapter 4 : Land of Folklores and Hope|
第4章 : 伝承と希望の世界
| Chapter 5 : Land of Humans and Spirits|
第5章 : 人と精霊の世界
| Chapter 6 : Land of Four Heroes and the Eye of Atamoni|
第6章 : 四英雄と神の眼の世界
| Chapter 7 : Land of Greater Craymels and the Two Worlds|
第7章 : 大晶霊と2つの世界
|Meredy, Keele Zeibel||??|
|Anima||Event Name||Unlockable Character(s)||Number of Quests|
| Mieu's Great Adventure|
(Mieu no Daibouken)
|Tear Grants, Jade Curtiss||16|
| Mieu's Great Adventure Sequel|
(Zoku ・ Mieu no Daibouken)
| Ruins of Sweetopia and the Divine Cake ~Prologue~|
(Suiitopia Iseki to Kami no Keeki ~Purorōgu~)
| Ruins of Sweetopia and the Divine Cake|
(Suiitopia Iseki to Kami no Keeki)
| Ruins of Sweetopia and the Divine Cake ~Lady Edna's Afterparty~|
(Suiitopia Iseki to Kami no Keeki ~Edna-sama no Nijikai~)
Anima (共鳴 Kyoumei?, "Resonance") denotes the origins of each character in the game, based on which title the character is from. There are currently seven types of Anima. Anima affects the stats of the characters when participating in a quest. Characters who shares the same Anima type as the quest's Anima will get a x2.0 stats multiplier, while the ones who have different Anima type will remain with their original stats, with Ickx Neve and Mileena Weiss as exceptions. Both of them gain x1.5 stats multiplier for every single quest in the game, even if the quest has the same Anima type as them.
There are three types of passive defense: Balance, Physical and Magical. Characters with the Balance Defense Type will take reduced damage from both Physical and Magical attacks, while the Physical Defense Type can only reduce the damage of Physical damage, with the same applying to the Magical Defense Type.
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Magic Mirror (魔鏡 Makyou?) is the game's original feature for battles. The skill that can be activated is called Magic Mirror Artes (魔鏡技 Makyougi?), which are similar to mystic artes in other titles. The requirement for the activation of this technique is to fully charge the pink bar below the HP bar and then swipe up from the character's head when the red arrow appears. Using Magic Mirror Artes will increase the Mirage Ratio (ミラージュレシオ Miraajureshio?).
All characters can be customized through this feature. The customization limits to outfits, headwear, and weapons. Alternate outfits, headwear, and weapons can be purchased using "Prisms". In commemoration of the Pre-Registeration Campaign, all players will be able to buy limited outfit for Sophie and Yuri Lowell for 0 Prism.