For Tales of Xillia 2 on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Jude-Milla Relationship (Spoilers!)" - Page 5. For Tales of Xillia on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled as I'm only a few hours in and so far it's just Jude having one-sided interest in Milla. Why ask questions we can't answer without spoiling? Xillia 2? What happens there? Relationship wise, assuming you've played it. For Tales of Xillia 2 on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic I read the relationship of Milla/Jude on TOX2 becoming more.
She still play the same but more movelist.
Don't worry, they really focus on newer cast. So much that you even want some old cast to have more scene time lol So in other word, Jude and Milla And Rowen While Alvin, Elise and Leia are pretty much 'there' for the most part.
Read- About as much role as Leia got in X However there are "Character Episode" which is pretty much a 'longer sub-event' about X characters so even Alvin, Elise or Leia don't have anything to do much in the main story they can still shine in there character episode. Tigerfog Tigerfog 5 years ago 3 IMHO, the little girl Elle following the main character is the low point of this game.
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The tagline of Xillia 2 is "are you ready to destroy worlds for the sake of a little girl? She's grating, annoying, rude, impolite and even though the story tries to make me feel sorry for her many times which I genuinely didshe'd always say things to make me hate her again.
It's really too bad too, because Elle's backstory's well thought out. But to the writers' credits, it's not like the old cast give her all the attention. The main character, I thought, was really well done. He's mute, but for a mute character, he has an elaborate backstory and I actually cared for his fate.
Lots of people already have, I'm sure. And by that I mean, Namco pulled the same stunt with its 'romance' in Xillia as it originally did in Graces. If you will recall, or don't know, the official couple in Graces is Asbel-Cheria.
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Cheria has had feelings for Asbel since childhood, but he was too oblivious to notice. During the time skip, Cheria eventually decided to move on with her unrequited love for Asbel, gave him a talking to for just up and leaving home 7 years ago and that was pretty much the pinnacle.
The rest of the plot never indicated love between them. Any obviously romantic part? Was shoved aside into sidequests. But they still ended up together and married and all those shenanigans. Namco heard some complaints about their romance being non-existent to out-of-nowhere in the post-credits scene.
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When the F Arc was created, we suddenly had Asbel stuttering and stammering around Cheria, blush at everything about her and lots and lots and lots of the party shipping the two. It was too much, too heavily put on and they made it seem even more like a poor excuse to put the two together as a couple and call it a done romance. Those who thought that Asbel-Cheria was perfectly subtle in the main arc and was overblown for the 'idiots' who 'didn't get it' in F Arc and those who thought Asbel-Cheria was a sudden last minute hook-up in the main arc and consequently shoved down their throats in the F Arc.
That's what Xillia and Xillia 2, respectively felt like to me.
Xillia has no proper romance in it, Milla and Jude have no chemistry together, I do not believe any romance there, nor that anything would come from it.
Xillia 2, in turn, suddenly upped the shipping moments in Jude's Episodes and they were so overblown, it felt very, very awkward to watch - I felt like I was watching a very common scene from a very bad harem anime. It once again did not make me believe there was actual romance there.
Too awkward, too forced and is ultimately doomed, anyway. I have nothing against doomed romances, but in Jude-Milla's case, it's not heartwrenching or even made much of. They know Milla has to return to the spirit world and, while it's nice that they accept it, it almost feels like they don't care.
Oh, here only for a specific amount of time? Considering how Milla even mentions that her creating a physical form takes a ton of mana, I highly doubt she could keep doing this.
In fact, given that she's a spirit, I was thinking that maybe they would put some mention about how she'll outlive Jude and how she might deal with that. Look at Harvest Moon Animal Parade. One of the bachelors is the Harvest God and he's initially against dating the female character, cause he knows that he'll outlive her and doesn't know if he would be okay with that, grieving for her after her death.
But he has scenes where he mentions that, when she dies, he'll love the nature she loved and similar.
As said above, neither of them seems to give a crap that Milla will ultimately have to leave. Honestly, Namco needs to learn how to write better romances.
Out of all the romances in the Tales games I've played, not a single one was there, that I believed. Well, there was one: Asch and Natalia from Abyss. And we know how that ended, right?