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Aileen Olazabal, princess of the [[OutlawTown crime-infested nation of Gilkatar]], daughter of the Robber King, wants to be [[IJustWantToBeNormal normal.]] However, her parents, worrying for her safety, decides that [[ArrangedMarriage she must marry]], and gives her a list of [[UnwantedHarem five marriage candidates]]—her two childhood friends, as well as a legendary assassin, a doctor who is also a skilled smuggler, and a wealthy casino owner. She is not, however, allowed to choose the candidate she is to marry.

Aileen, as is expected of a [=QuinRose=] heroine, wants none of this. She makes a deal with her royal parents: if she can raise 10 million gold in 25 days, she won’t be forced to marry. As is the case with [=QuinRose=] games and [[OtomeGame otome games]], there are MultipleEndings. Set in the same continent as ''VideoGame/CrimsonEmpire'' and ''Wizard And The Master'', this game has had ''three'' {{Updated Rerelease}}s, making a total of four versions including the original PC, the PS2 port, the NDS port, and finally the PSP port that was released in 2012. [=QuinRose=] has scheduled a sequel called ''Arabians Doubt'' to be released in 2013.

!!The game provides examples of:
* AmbiguousDisorder: Curtis displays several traits of AspergerSyndrome, while [[DissonantSerenity always]] [[StepfordSmiler smiling]] and, despite his [[ProfessionalKiller insistence that he kills only for money]], has AxeCrazy tendencies.
* BerserkButton: None of the guys are happy to hear anything about Aileen's ex-boyfriend. And Michael doesn't like it if Meissen likes you or if you talk bad about Meissen.
* {{Bishonen}}: Yep. Notably, though, the majority of male characters have small, almost realistically proportioned eyes, although this may simply be a result of the large number of {{Tsurime}} characters.
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: One event in the bar with Curtis involves him revealing that in his youth he had committed several embarrassing mistakes during assassinations. When pressed for details, he admits, while sporting a LuminescentBlush, that once instead of delivering the body relatively unharmed as the employer requested, he had left the body in a state [[CruelAndUnusualDeath so mangled that it was impossible to identify the victim]].
* CanonImmigrant: In the DS port scenes with Hauranne and Rambures from CrimsonEmpire where added, but for some reason the PSP port didn't include them.
* CantHoldHisLiquor: Stuart, exploited by [[NeverGetsDrunk Curtis]] in a private dealing in the bar.
* ChildhoodFriends: Aileen, Stuart and Tyrone were all childhood friends before the rift between the Sinks and the Bales began to develop causing them to drift apart.
** ChildhoodFriendRomance: If Aileen romances either of them.
* ColdBloodedTorture: Lille is an expert of this, to Roberto's disgust since he used to live with him.
* CollectorOfTheStrange: Curtis collects rare and exotic poisons; when Shark delivered his newest shipment, [[PsychopathicManchild Curtis blushes in excitement and begins speaking in a childish manner while swinging his legs]].
** Also [[OverlyLongName Yuzendriama]]...[[SomeCallMeTim Yuu!]] who has as a job and hobby to collect any weird or abnormal stuff that he can find... and yellow stuff too.
* ContinuityNod: Aileen has such a large amount of untapped magical potential she actually gets [[PsychicNosebleed Psychic Nosebleeds]], but is unable to get any training because she lives in [[OutlawTown Gilkatar]]. This is in direct contrast to Alicia Hildegarde, the protagonist in the first of the Continent games - ''Wizard and the Master, who is the [[{{Muggles}} muggle]] Princess of a [[TheMagocracy Magocracy]].
** Meissen and Michael also continue their habit of turning up in every Continent game(since this is the one where they started it).
** Curtis back story mentions an ex-guild member [[spoiler:who is obviously Silas from Wizard & Master]]
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: It would be faster to list characters that didn’t have this (Roberto, Lille, Meissen and Michael).
* DarkAndTroubledPast: The norm rather than the exception in the slums.
* DrinkingContest: An event involving Tyron, Roberto, and Curtis. IntoxicationEnsues and they begin [[UnwantedHarem fighting over Aileen]].
* DysfunctionJunction: As to be expected of an OutlawTown that happens to be ''an entire kingdom''.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Michael Faust]] dislikes his first name because it sounds too angelic.
* GoryDiscretionShot: Many; the worst it gets is some blood and dead, faceless bodies.
* HairAntennae: Shark. While he's not [[TheDitz a ditz]], Aileen does think it makes him look like he has two cockroach legs sticking out from either side of his head.
* IceKing: Stuart.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Aileen, when asked by Lille what she would do if she weren’t a princess, suggests being a farmer [[spoiler: Meissen reveals to us that wanting to be normal is the condition for her magic to not go wild, since she is the goddess of Gilkatar, Simone, incarnated]].
* IJustWantToBeSpecial: [[spoiler: Roberto. A younger son from an an ''actual'' family of farmers who so desperately wanted an exciting life he ran away from home at fourteen and eventually became a ProfessionalGambler. The stark difference in his and Aileen's motivations and how to reconcile the two becomes a main point in their romance.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Stuart, combined with narcissistic tendencies.
* {{Keigo}}: Lille and Curtis. Roberto speaks a corrupted version of this, verging on slang.
* LethalChef: Aileen's mother, the Queen, to the extent that her lunch box is actually used as a weapon to defeat monsters if you don't sell it.
* LongHairedPrettyBoy: Stuart, definitely. And Michael, though not as long.
* MeaningfulName: [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Michael]] [[FaustianBargain Faust]].
* MoralityChain: Aileen is this for many love interests, although she herself has a much more flexible sense of morality than usual due to being a Gilkataran.
* MultipleEndings: At least two good endings for each love interest depending on whether Aileen reached the 10 million gold quota, some bad endings, and several extra ones.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: In-universe; [[ProfessionalKiller Curtis]] [[SelfMadeMan Nile]], Guild Master of the Assassins.
* NeverGetsDrunk: Curtis, to the frustration of Tyron and Roberto. Michael is described as this too except for one scene.
* NiceGuy: Tyron, Shark, and Roberto.
* NoSocialSkills: Curtis; he outright admits it and requests Aileen to say whatever she is thinking, as he is unable to pick up non-verbal cues.
* OnlySaneMan: Aileen is often this, but more often than not there's no sane person.
* OutlawTown: Gilkatar gets special mention for being an outlaw nation that it's on the map but it's so dangerous that no one would dare to bring normal justice to it.
* ProfessionalGambler: Roberto
* RedOniBlueOni: Tyrone and Stuart repectively. Also Roberto and Lille to a lesser degree.
* RelationshipValues: As per OtomeGame standards. However, Arabians Lost is unique in that instead of gaining points for choosing the right options on [[DialogueTree DialogueTrees]] (which are almost non-existent), Aileen has her love interest accompany her in [[BattleCouple hunting monsters]] or sneaking out at night.
* RichBitch: Stuart appears to be this [[DefrostingIceQueen at first]].
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Arranging for assassinations, negotiating with crime lords, and purging dissidents, no less. Of course, you don’t actually see much of it.
* SelfMadeMan: Both Roberto and Shark. Roberto was a [[spoiler: farmer's son]] turned petty thug, turned ProfessionalGambler, turned extremely wealthy casino owner. Shark meanwhile was born in the slums and has since raised himself up to be a skilled doctor and smuggler.
** also Curtis since in his route we are hinted that he never received any particular training.
* SingleTargetSexuality: Curtis towards Aileen in his route. Otherwise known as such a monster that he has become an [[UrbanLegends urban legend]].
* SupremeChef: Aileen's father, the King, his lunch box even restores completely the HP if you don't sell it.
* {{Tsundere}}: Stuart is a Type A.
* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: Curtis spoils his LoveConfession when he says, “I love you… I think?” Granted, Aileen pressed him into saying it.
* {{Yandere}}: Zig-zagged with Curtis, as he is exceptionally ‘’dere’’ once [[RelationshipValues you reach a certain point]] and goes into full ‘’deredere’’ mode in [[spoiler: his version of the adventurer ending]], declaring that he [[spoiler: retired from being an assassin]] and became “normal” just as [[MoralityChain Aileen]] has always wanted to be…that is, until she reveals that she was “kind of” dating someone, at which point he requests that she never meet that man again or else that man will meet his blade.