Arte Description and History
This mystic arte is first used by Kanonno Earhart in Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2. Earhart raises her broadsword into the air and forms a glyph on the ground. Yellow light homes in on her as she charges before releasing it all in a swirling pillar of energy and music notes. In Radiant Mythology 3, all of the Kanonnos gain this mystic arte, slightly differentiated to represent the divergent themes and abilities of each Kanonno. Earhart's charging animation is changed slightly to the color green and adds a field of falling bubbles, reflecting her summer theme; Kanonno Grassvalley's uses the color red and falling red leaves, which represents her autumn theme; and Pasca Kanonno's uses pink and falling cherry blossoms, due to influences from her spring theme.
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 - Kanonno Earhart
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 - Kanonno Grassvalley, Pasca Kanonno, Kanonno Earhart