Welcome to Seikens, the site that covers everything from the Seiken Densetsu / World of Mana series; from latest news on game releases and developments to in-depth walkthroughs, information guides for class changes, gameplay and inventories, a detailed monster bestiary, a growing official and fan artwork gallery, and complete soundtrack listings and downloadable remixes.
We aim to bring you all you need to know, and more, about the series from Final Fantasy Adventure right up to the latest Dawn of Mana. We also offer a friendly community message board where you can get in touch with other fans of the series for gaming help or just join in with fun conversation on any topic.
Well, maybe just a little bit anyway. You see, the Merchandise section is kinda ugly and quite outdated. I have plans to add more content in the future and spruce the place up, but for now it’s better than nothing! A few details may be wrong or out-of-date here and there, but still, it’s good to have it back! I found the old merch section files on the FTP, and it seemed a shame to let it sit there unknown and alone! After all, I created 232 individual images of Mana merch to put the section together. I must have had a lot of time on my hands back in the day.
Ah, good times.
Finally! Riesz class page, and the last one, has been updated! With this update all character’s class pages have been updated with the new layout and information. It was quite a lot of work and it took way too long to start with this update, but it’s better late than never 🙂
Kevin’s class page has been updated with the new layout format and information for the remake version. As like the previous pages even Kevin’s page had incorrect information. But all these has been corrected.
With this updated there are only three characters left to update
Duran’s class page has been updated to with same layout as Angela’s class page. Both class pages also now have information for their respective 4th classes. There were some minor formatting error on Angela’s page, these have been corrected.
With Duran’s page updated we have four more pages left to update!
Check out the trailer below to see a bit more of Echoes of Mana. You’ll notice some familiar faces abound, like Eggatrices, Mantis Ant, and Fullmetal Haggar. They show off some villain characters along with all the heroes at the end, which might be kind of interesting if they’re “playable”.
What are your thoughts about the game? It’s going to be mobile, and most likely gacha… it’s got me worried for sure.
Also, kind of sad to see so many games represented, but Sword of Mana gets no love. We need Willy! Even though I still believe he should have died.
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This is something that I have wanted for a long time but never had much time to work on. And it is to update the Trials of Mana pages to fit with the official translation of the game. Trials of Mana, also known as Seiken Densetsu 3, was never available outside of Japan. A fan translation by Neill Corlett was released August 2000.
The game was officially released for the North America and PAL regions in June 2019 as part of Collection of Mana, which contained the three first games in original versions. With this release there are many things that have been differently translated.
Today I have update Angela’s class page! The updated page not only contains official translation, but also information for the remake that was released last year. For now the page doesn’t have information for the final classes for each light/dark path. But I will add those later. I will try to update the class information for all the other characters as soon as possible.
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EDIT: Special thanks to Sevon for helping me get the Item names in line with forged weapons in the game. Check out his nifty Legend of Mana pages (which helped me a lot in this process), as well as his intensely immense SaGa pages!
Items are equipped by Characters in battle to help them square up against Monsters. There is one card for each weapon type, and two of each four instruments resulting in one for each of the eight Elements. As mentioned with the Character cards, there are some limitations as to who can equip what. The abilities offered by Items are all based on Special Techniques and Magic Spells, so that’s pretty neat. I used a mix of PSX and Remaster translations for these, based on what I felt was best.
The 2H Sword and Fire Flute were both “Dragon” weapons, which doesn’t give much hint in Japanese as to their actual material (Scales or Skin) so I just assigned one to each.
All that is really left for the Card Duel section is the Rulebook translation, but I’ve actually got a number of other updates in mind for it. The Rulebook and other content will take a bit of time, but look out for them in the future!
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There are some cool new updates over at our affiliate, Secret of Mana: Redux! I’ll give you some highlights here, but you’ve gotta head over there for the full story!
Lore:Dengeki – February of 1993 has four new pieces of content with some cute illustrations! You definitely already know the game tips they’re giving you, but remember these were released months before the game!
Lore:Hippon Super! – February of 1993 again here, with more details about how Secret of Mana compared to the original Seiken Densetsu game, Final Fantasy Adventure. This is the kind of content I find really interesting!
Locations:Kakkara – Check out the small Dengeki article about the early history of the Moon Palace at the bottom!
Locations: Tasnica – Another little article from Dengeki at the bottom here, talking about the castle!
Locations: Lost Areas – Now we’re talking! This page is what Secret of Mana: Redux is all about. Check out all the crazy screenshots of places that don’t exist in the game anymore! A cannibal island that doesn’t exist, enemies in weird places, some whip areas that remind me of Final Fantasy Adventure map, and even more await you on this page. You won’t want to miss this page!
There is a whirlwind tour of the new stuff on Secret of Mana: Redux, and if you haven’t checked out the other pages on the site, make sure you do! There is a veritable treasure trove of content on the site that you can’t find anywhere else!
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