In Xenoblade Chronicles 3, you meet a lot of people along the way, but these are some of the best.
Any good JRPG will have a lot of characters who aren’t the main characters. While the main characters let us see the world through them and the bad guys try to stop the heroes, secondary characters often get to have much more personal stories. A good side quest adds to the world through its story, giving you even more reason to help save it.
In this way, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 stands out. With more than 100 hours of gameplay and a large number of side characters, many of whom have sad or heartbreaking stories that make our heroes even stronger. There will be Xenoblade Chronicles 3 spoilers in this list, so keep that in mind as we talk about these characters.
Gray: Action Over Words
The hero system is one of the many ways that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is different from the games that came before it. Gray is one of these heroes. He uses a pair of pistols and laser drones, and he often seems distant because he doesn’t talk much with the rest of the group. This bothers Eunie a lot until you get to the City and learn more about his story.
When Gray’s wife is met, it is suggested that she might be a double agent and a threat to the City. Gray, however, keeps his usual serious attitude. This is because he has full faith in his partner’s skills and how much she cares about their home. Gray is a great example of how actions speak louder than words because he always shows how much he cares about and trusts the people around him.
Ashera: One Good Fight
In a world where everyone has to fight to stay alive, a person who wants to fight may seem strange. Ashera, on the other hand, is more complicated than her simple desire to fight would make it seem. Ashera knows that life in the world of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is short-lived.
Now that she knows this, she wants to leave her mark on the world through the only thing she really enjoys doing. Ashera is an example of someone who has, in a way, already broken free from the flame clock system by wanting to fight and die on her own terms, even if the party has trouble understanding her.
Triton: The Price Of Eternity
Triton, or T for short, is a great example of what it would be like to live forever. He has lived many lives and seen everything the world has to offer as a simple person who just wanted the basics.
He wouldn’t have been able to do this if he hadn’t been Moebius, which made him immortal. The price seems to be that he can’t remember things because he’s been alive for so long. Triton’s story asks whether it is better to live forever and forget or to live once and remember everything.
Ghondor: True Inner Strength
When you first meet her, Ghondor seems to be nothing but rough, rude, and mean. This is only the surface of who she is, though. Ghondor cares about being unique, and as she tries to teach this to her friend. We learn more about the real Ghondor.
She can be mean, but her caring personality is always clear to those around her. Ghondor may not be perfect, but she puts her whole heart into everything she does, from her relationship with Sena to her efforts to help her friend Shania.
Cammuravi: Raging Flame
Cammuravi is a brave fighter and one of the strongest warriors on the Agnian side of the war. He cares deeply about the people around him. Even though you meet him early on in your adventures. You don’t learn much about him until later in the game. Upon his reintroduction, Cammuravi is immediately shown to possess a strong sense of honor and the will to protect others.
Cammuravi goes out of his way to take care of them. Even when he meets the younger version of an old enemy. Cammuravi is passionate and intense, just like a flame.
Shania: Not Meant For This World
Not everyone likes to fight. Shania is the kind of person who isn’t made for this kind of life. Shania wasn’t born a soldier of either Keves or Agnus. But her mother pushed her to run for Ouroboros to keep up the family name.
What makes this story and Shania so great is how they show how crushing expectations can be and what they can do to you. Shania doesn’t like herself and hates the place she used to call home. Because her mother couldn’t figure out what she really wanted. Her story is one of the most heartbreaking parts of the game.
Ethel: For Her Honor
Silver Coat Ethel is a lot of things. She is a skilled Keves fighter, the leader of Colony 4, and a very caring person. Even though Ethel has done a lot, her colony has a low rank. Through the many hours of 8 Ball Pool gameplay in this title, you get to know why.
This is because she chose to show respect and honor by not killing her rival, Cammuravi. She shows more of her kind side when she decides to help the party, who are currently breaking the law. Ethel shows that the hardships of war haven’t made her less kind than she was before. Even when Moebius forces her to face the party, she stays back to give the party a chance.
Monica: Will Of The Future
The City is a shining example of how things could be in a world where so many people don’t get to grow up in a healthy, natural setting. At the center of all of this is Monica, who shows the party how to live without fighting. The stellar thing about Monica’s character is how they handle her two distinct natures. Monica can be kind, like when she explained how babies work to the rest of the group.
At another time, though, she is assertive and talks about how hard it is for parents and children to get along. Monica shows how good Monolift Soft is at making well-rounded characters out of real people in a fantasy world.