The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel – Northern War Airing in English

Crunchyroll announced it will air an English audio version of animated series The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel – Northern War. The first dubbed episode is scheduled to be available on January 20, 2023, through Crunchyroll’s website and apps, joining the already available Japanese audio version.

The anime tells the story of Lavie, a young girl who enlists into the Northern Jaegers to protect her homeland of North Ambria from Erebonian aggression. Together with others in her platoon, she is sent on a dangerous mission deep into Erebonia. Situated between the events of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II and III by Nihon Falcom it fills in some of the events between the two games. Those looking to learn more about how the series arcs link together can read RPGamer’s Where to Start? guide.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel – Northern War is produced by Tatsunoko Production and directed by Hidekazu Sato. Its voice cast includes the return of many voice actors from the game series, with the cast list as follows:

  • Sarah Roach as Lavian Winslet
  • Ben Balmaceda as Martin S. Robinson
  • Anjali Kunapaneni as Iseria Frost
  • Christopher Niosi as Talion Drake
  • Nazeeh Tarsha as Tak
  • Ryan Colt Levy as Ivano
  • Cris George as Commander Dren
  • Christopher Wehkamp as Rogan
  • Luci Christian as Miju and Miju’s Grandmother
  • Sean Chiplock as Rean Schwarzer
  • Michelle Marie as Millium Orion
  • Xanthe Huynh as Altina Orion
  • Max Mittelman as Lechter Arundel
  • Michael Sorich as Giliath Osborne
  • D.C. Douglas as Rufus Albarea
  • Alan Lee as Wallace Bardias
  • Valerie Arem as Aurelia Le Guin
  • Zach Aguilar as Campanella
  • Carrie Keranen as Sara Valestein
  • Additional Voices: Austin Sisk, Jordan Dash Cruz, Mark Allen Jr, Comona Lewin, Anthony DiMascio, Jad Saxton, Hollis Beck, Rachel Glass, Ricco Fajardo



Benedikt Geierhofer

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