Meet Conception II’s Magical Ellie and Girl Genius Chloe

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars has been getting plenty of love here lately. Seriously, it should buy us dinner sometime. With seven star heroines, I’m sure there’s a full wallet in there somewhere. Today’s heroine profile is a double-team. Take a look at Ellie and Chloe, the latest showcased stars of Conception II.

Ellie is the studio favorite over at Atlus, and it’s not hard to see why. Not only is she admittedly adorable with that top-heavy staff and charming disposition, she also has enough magical power at her disposal to level a small country, should she wish. Luckily, her focus is on more noble pursuits, acting as the magically-specialized powerhouse of the central cast. As we can see above, the bad side of her magic is probably not a good place to be, so let’s hope you can keep those starry eyes smiling when you’re around.

Just like Atlus’ office, I, too, have a favorite heroine in Conception II, and her name is Chloe. It could be because of her genius-level intelligence, enough so to give her teacher status and a lot of authority over the other students. It could be because she’s the sibling of Choltz, your best friend at the academy. It could be because of her high tech gun with its floating target system. Or it could be because of her, um…character design. Yeah, let’s go with character design. Journalistic integrity be damned.

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars will be released as twins on 3DS and PS Vita, and these beautiful babies are the children of proud parents Atlus and Spike Chunsoft. The game is hitting North America on April 15th, and should hit Europe in the same window. You never know with babies. They’ll come out when they’re ready. The game will launch for $39.99 on both handhelds, and can be taken home from the hospital swaddled in a special edition at no extra charge if you pre-order it. The collector’s editions come with a soundtrack and special box. Pacifier and extra diapers not included, so probably best to hit the drug store on your way home with your little bundle of joy. Pick up some earplugs while you’re there, for the sake of your own sanity. For more ultrasounds, you can check out our previous character profiles on Torri and Fuuko, and stay tuned for more soon.

Jay Petrequin started writing at HeyPoorPlayer in the summer of 2012, but first got his start writing for It's Super Effective, a Pokemon podcast that happened to be a reflection of two of his biggest interests: pocket monsters, and making people listen to him say things.

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