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Trivia: Dragon Nest
- Hey, It's That Voice!: In the Japanese localization of the game:
- One of Warrior's favorite pastimes is carving wooden starfishes.
- Sorceress was once thrown off into the Midnight Channel, and a former member of a resistance group.
- Cleric has many side jobs, such as a (S-Class) mage, an Arrancar, and an antagonistic Hunter who looks like a jester (2011 remake).
- Archer works in a restaurant.
- Academic/Tinkerer wants to be a magical girl.
- Kali proclaimed herself as an otaku, a "god", and involved with a person with the Death Note.
- Assassin recently changed his class from Lancer class, and oh, he's is also a star basketball player.
- Geraint broke the microphone TWICE while screaming VOLTEKKA!!!
- One of Velskud's poems he own is the "LOVELESS" and is also a fan of visual kei, and Naruto manga.
- Do you know why Argenta's so badass?. She was once a cyborg mercenary who also has an experience in close combat!
- Rose likes sweets, tea times, and playing music with her bandmates after school.
- Elena wants players to be EXECUTED, and she's once an emotioness android.
- Lena has done so many crazy adventures with an infamous samurai with a wooden sword.
- Charti/Zulie is a crazy shrine maiden and a VMMORPG player.
- Don't ever give Karahan a damn, for he is a sadistic Esper who will try to kill you apart!
- Cidel/Sidel is also happened to be a teacher of magic whose all of his female students tend to have crush on him.
- Lunaria happens to be a Mental Health Counseling Program and a Level 0 Esper who wears a flower hairpin.
- KOKIA, who sang the songs for Break Blade, Tales of Innocence, Ar tonelico Qoga, Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom, Bungaku Shoujo, Final Fantasy XIII-2 and the localized game itself, voiced a chef cat named Nyenye/Nyannyan/Vittles, who is also a personal assistant of Harori.
- While Harori is voiced by a real-life idol, Sayumi Michishige, a member of the J Pop group, Morning Musume.