Heartwarming: Eternal Sonata

  • Polka gets a hug for the first time in the entire game.
  • In the ending, Polka throws herself off a cliff and into the ocean to spread the light of her Astra and is sent back to her mother to repeat the process over again. Chopin, essentially being the master of the dream world, decides that it isn't right that a fourteen year-old girl should have to die, ends the cycle, and gives Polka the chance to live her life.
  • Optional, but the simple, simultaneous nod, indicating that the entire party has chosen to bring Claves back from death.
  • Polka tells Chopin that his dead sister essentially lives on whenever one of his pieces is played.