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Synopsis Edit

In the game Chrono Trigger, a character named Schala existed in 12,000 BC and at one point seemingly sacrificed her life to save the heroes from an exploding temple. Unfortunately, due to an error in translation it was implied that she didn't necessarily die, leading to myths that there was a way to find her and get her to join the party. Compounding this issue were statistics for Schala found in the code, which were likely taken out of the game. There is no known legitimate way to unlock Schala as a party member.

CHRONOTRIGGERというゲームにはシャーラというキャラが12,000 BCに存在していて、ある時点に、爆発された寺から勇者たちを救うために自分を犠牲にしてくれたようだ。しかし、訳の誤解のせいか、シャーラが本当に死んじゃったかどうかという噂が現れて、そしてゲーマたちが、どうやってシャーラを仲間に入れるかを探し始めた。そらにゲームのコードには取られたシャーラの証拠があった。今、その方法がないようだ。

Legacy Edit

The Schala myth is almost as well-known as the similar Aeris Lives myth from Final Fantasy VII. The DS remake of Chrono Trigger acknowledged it by removing the bit of wording that implied her survival, and incorporating her into an optional boss fight.

シャーラの噂は、 Aeris LivesというFinal Fantasy VIIからのより知られている。最近のDS版は、彼女が生きていると述べた言葉などが除かれたりボースファイトに入れたりしたことでついにシャーラの噂を認めてしまった。

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