-->''"Long forgotten...are the days before the land was cloven by Gagharv...''
-->''When the three worlds existed as one...''
-->''The crack in the earth is the scar of our sins...''
-->''How long have we been living in guilt?"''

Gagharv Trilogy is a trilogy of EasternRPG made by {{Creator/Falcom}}. The trilogy established a new sub-series, ''Legend of Heroes'', by discarding the ''Dragon Slayer'' brand its predecessors have. The first game, ''Legend of Heroes III Gagharv Trilogy first: White Witch''[[note]]''Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch'' for PSP International release[[/note]] was released in 1994 for PC88.

The trilogy is rather infamous for its BadExportForYou, which was nearly killed the chances of localization for VideoGame/TrailsInTheSky, and by extension, VideoGame/KisekiSeries. Even then, they influenced a lot of plot points in Kiseki series.

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!!The trilogy as a whole contains examples of:
* AdultsAreUseless: Averted. In fact, the trilogy established a tradition of the ''Legend of Heroes'' series that adults are '''''never''''' useless.
* AnachronicOrder: The trilogy's first game is set in the DistantFinale. The other two games serve as its prequels.
* BackForTheFinale: Another of series' traditions is that every single playable characters the party have met will be back for helping the final party members in some ways.
** Averted for Filly in the non-PSP versions of Moonlight.
** {{Downplayed}} in Ocean, as everyone [[spoiler:except Altos]] is already together just before the final two chapters.
* {{Badass}}: '''Michel de Lap Heaven'''. His badassery [[spoiler:even transcend boundaries of dimensions in ''Alternative Saga''!]]
** BadassAdorable: Jurio, Chris, Shannon, Rael, Forte, Una, Aida.
** BadassGrandpa: Every games has at least one. Playable characters-wise, we have [[spoiler:Durzel]] for Moonlight, Gawaine for Vermillion, and Macbain for Ocean.
** TookALevelInBadass: Michel was just an NPC in Moonlight. In Vermillion [[spoiler:he took on several of Octum's Apostles by himself, and won]]. In Ocean, however, [[spoiler:he is almost omnipotent]].
*** Thomas is a strange example, mostly due to the anachronic nature of the games. [[spoiler:In Moonlight, he only knows some basic spells, although it's justified by his age. In Vermillion, he is downgraded to a mere NPC, which is also justified by the timeline. By the time of Ocean, he takes a major level of badassery, to the point of becoming one of the final party members.]]
* BitCharacter: Many NPCs you can talk to change their dialogue as the game progresses.
* BlindIdiotTranslation: The most common complaint about the PSP remakes localization.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Vermillion is this to the other two games.
* GottaCatchEmAll: The trilogy established the books-collecting hidden sidequests which later is going to be rather crucial in the successing series.
** The PSP remakes added History entries, which can be filled by going through the story and talking to NPC at the right time.
** In addition to that, the PSP remake of Ocean has Sonomemories, Orbs, and Tuning Fork-exclusive characters.
* ThemeNaming: Colors, at least for the Japanese titles.
** OddNameOut: ...except Ocean. Though one can argue that "Ocean" refers to ocean blue.
* TimeSkip: 7 years from Vermillion to Ocean. Then 49 years from Ocean to Moonlight.
* TragicKeepsake: [[spoiler:The bell that Avin receives after Mile dies. When Mile is brainwashed after being brought back to life, Avin uses the bell to bring him back to his senses.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:Bellias wants to use Octum's power to recreate the world into a paradise before it can be destroyed by the Wave of Raual that he saw in his vision at Truth Island.]]