This papercraft is the Milla Maxwell, based on the video game Tales of Xillia of Tales series, the paper model was created by Jp-papercraft. Milla Maxwell is one of two main characters of the game Tales of Xillia. Created as the incarnation of Maxwell, the “Lord of Spirits”, Milla controls the Four Great Spirits: Efreet, Undine, Sylph, and Gnome. She holds the duty to protect the world and everything that resides in it. Sensing the death of a great number of spirits, Milla travels to Il Fan to investigate the cause.
Milla holds her duty of protecting the world above all else. She states that it is synonymous with the name Maxwell, being the lord of all spirits that it is her responsibility to protect all living things. She shows a strong determination to play her role despite losing the power of the four great spirits early in the story. She shows that she is willing to go to any lengths to uphold her duty, at many points risking her very life to accomplish this. At first, she even shows disregard for people if it were for the greater good, but after spending time with the party, she learns a greater appreciation for individual life.
Having lived 20 years together with the four great spirits, she has had little human contact except with her worshipers in Ni Akeria. Her knowledge of human behavior stems from what she has read in books, leading her to have many odd mannerisms. In particular, she heeds no mind to her rather light attire, claiming that it is comfortable and easy to move in, despite Jude’s initial discomfort. Milla frequently muses at the behavior that makes humans “human”, giving a lot of insight to Jude as they journey together. Milla shows a rather deep fondness of food, not knowing the delight of eating for the first 20 years of her life. She is often caught drooling while any food subjects are mentioned.
Tales of Xillia is the 13th flagship title in the Tales series, exclusively for the PlayStation 3. Its characteristic genre name is RPG of Unwavering Convictions. Tales of Xillia utilizes the DR-LMBS, or Dual Raid Linear Motion Battle System. Characters can freely chain regular attacks and TP-consuming Artes together through the use of Assault Counter points. Furthermore, a new Link feature allows for two party members to attack together and utilize powerful dual-character Link Artes. Overlimit, a returning feature from games such as Tales of Vesperia and Tales of the Abyss, enables the use of Mystic Artes.
In a first for the mothership titles in the series, players will experience the game through a behind-the-back viewpoint, rather than the standard over-head viewpoint. Buildings and structures in towns are actual size, as compared to the character, as a part of the game’s more lifelike experience.
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