Gensou Suikoden III: Unmei no Keishousha
Suikoden III: The Successor of Fate
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Gensou Suikoden III: Unmei no Keishousha

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Synonyms: Suikoden 3
Japanese: 幻想水滸伝 III 運命の継承者
English: Suikoden III: The Successor of Fate
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 21, 2002 to Apr 2006
Genres: Action Action, Adventure Adventure, Fantasy Fantasy
Serialization: None
Authors: Shimizu, Aki (Story & Art)


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Ranked: #15002
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Popularity: #8283
Members: 2,118
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A long war between the Grasslands and Zexen has taken a heavy toll. When a long-needed truce fails, a quest is undertaken to find the legendary Flame Champion, who saved the Grasslands in another war years before.

(Source: Tokyopop)


Gensou Suikoden III: Unmei no Keishousha was published in English as Suikoden III: The Successor of Fate by Tokyopop from May 11, 2004 to December 7, 2006.

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Suikoden III is an A-class manga through and through for both those who've played the game and those who haven't. It's truly one of the best game adaptions in any medium I've seen, for it takes the plot and characters from the game and actually does them better. Hugo is no longer a fairly generic JRPG lead, he has depth and internal conflict about being the hero. Chris isn't a black-and-while coldhearted bitch anymore either, she actually has emotions and becomes really enjoyable to follow. Geddoe is still incredibly badass(and his crew's great too) and Thomas hasn't changed much. The intertwining ...

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