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Lennus II "Lennus II" was released on July 26, 1996, nearly four years after its predecessor, and a full month after the Nintendo 64; accordingly, it featured much-improved graphics and sound. The plot centers around a hero, Falus, who must find four orbs to avert apocalypse. Falus is the only character central to the player's party; other members are recruited and may be dismissed if a superior replacement is found. The music was critically acclaimed, and two of its tracks were recorded by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra for release on the Orchestral Game Concert compilations.
Lennus II This video game is the sequel to "Lennus"; unlike "Lennus", which Enix brought to North America under the title of
Lennus II "Paladin's Quest", "Lennus II" was released only in Japan as Enix had dropped support for the SNES in North America by this time.
Lennus II Gameplay is fairly similar to the original Lennus / Paladin's Quest.
Paladin's Quest Its sequel, Lennus II, was only released in Japan.
Paladin's Quest The musical score for "Paladin's Quest" was composed by anime and game composer Kōhei Tanaka. A promotional MiniDisc containing 10 tracks with the game's original music was released by Asmik under the title "Welcome to the Lennus World!". A separate soundtrack titled "Lennus: Memory of the Ancient Machine Original Album" also contains 10 tracks, half composed of arranged instrumental medleys of the game's music and the other half consisting of dramatic dialogue. The album was released by Future Land on December 2, 1992.
Ale the Strong Starkad was accepted with honour in the warband of the Norwegian hero Ole ("Olo"). However, when Ole had succeeded in conquering Zealand, Starkad was convinced to join Lennius/Lenus/Lennus scheme to attack and kill Ole. However, Ole was hard to kill as his gaze scared everyone. It was not until Starkad managed to cover Ole's face that he could kill him. Starkad was rewarded with 120 pounds in gold, but regretted his crime, and avenged Ole's death by killing Lennius.
Starkad Starkad was accepted with honour in the warband of the Norwegian hero Olo. However, when Olo had succeeded in conquering Zealand, Starkad was convinced to join Lennius/Lenus/Lennus scheme to attack and kill Olo. However, Olo was hard to kill as his gaze scared everyone. It was not until Starkad managed to cover Olo's face that he could kill him. Starkad was rewarded with 120 pounds in gold, but regretted his crime, and avenged Olo's death by killing Lennius.