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Heroes in the Suikoden series, were once average citizens of their villages. They are sprung into world changing events, with life or death situations. Fortunately, with prior fighting experience, they thrust into a cruel, and ever changing world. This is the story of these brave heroes who not only saved the world, and their nations, they saved countless lives, whether from a village burning down, to evil fiends. These heroes are brave, selfless, and caring individuals who always put others before them.
The Ceras Lake Castle is the only player headquarters to fall, even for a short while, under enemy control in the entire series.
Noah is the first Chiku Star not to be playable, that is until her return in Suikoden Tactics as a playable support character. The second Chiku Star not to be playable is Chamjin.
Aside from Sindar ruins, there has not been a single snowy region in the main stream Suikoden games. Only the spin off games, which take place in another world. Teirkreis & Tsumugareshi, have a winter Tundra.
The Dragon Rune is the only True Rune not to have a known child rune.
In Suikoden I, if any consumable items (like Medicine) are in Rock's vault, taking them out will completely refill them.
Out of the 27 True Runes, 18 have been reported in the series, 15 have been seen, and 8 are player controlled.
The Soul Eater makes the most appearances of any True Rune in the series, appearing in three different entries. In all of them, it is player controlled.
All of the Chizoku Stars are either thieves, hero impersonators, and or have a potch/treasure hunt ability. Being known as the Thieving Star, the characters under this star are very fitting.
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