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  Alchemist Marie & Elie: Two People's Atelier (マリー&エリー~ふたりのアトリエ~, Marī & erī ~ futari no atorie ~) is a video game developed by Gust and E3Staff for WonderSwan Color.

It features the main protagonists of Atelier Marie: The Alchemist of Salburg and Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2 as its two main protagonists.

PlotEdit

The game takes place in an alternative timeline of events starting from the end of the fourth year of Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2.

Elfir "Elie" Traum is offered a spot in the Meister Rank of the Academy, but turns it down to pursue helping people in their daily lives rather than to research. After graduating she heads to Kenntnis to learn about the origins of alchemy, and is reunited with her hero Marlone (Marie). The two soon get engrossed in the idea of what alchemy truly is and both return to Salburg to further pursue this concept.

Elfir decides to open up her workshop again, but is going to have to start over from nothing after a burglary. She is then offered a deal by a messenger from the Kentnnis Academy, Fuhlen. If she can create the rare Origin Flame(原初の炎) the academy will pay for the costs of opening up her business. This item peaks Marie's interest and the two team up to run a workshop together and create the Origin Flame.[2]

GameplayEdit

The official goal of the game is to create an "Origin Flame(原初の炎)", however, there are multiple other ways to achieve a non-bad ending.The player can switch between the two main characters.

SynthesisEdit

The player can choose between Elie and Marie to synthesize an item, or synthesize an item with both characters. The player can make Marie and Elie synthesize different items during the same time. When both protagonists are working together the success rate goes up and the time consumed is reduced. Towards the latter half of the game there are also items that must be synthesized together or otherwise cannot be made at all. There are 200 items in the game, and some of them are exclusive to a specific protagonist.[3]

GatheringEdit

The player can choose between which one of the two main characters to send out to gather ingridients. While one is out gathering, the other one can do another task or go gathering in a different area.

Tea parties Edit

It is possible to invite party members to tea parties at the workshop and serve them food items the player has synthesized. The characters have different preferences when it comes to food and conversation topics, but they may share important information such as recipes. The activity also recovers the protagonists from Fatigue .[4] The higher Marie and Elie's Friendship with the character is, the more likely it is to get a good result.[5]

Alchemists Edit

Unlike previous games, Marie & Elie features many different alchemy workshops to visit. The player can buy already completed alchemy items from the other alchemist characters there, generally staple materials such as supplements. Unlike other shops, individual alchemy workshops are closed on certain days. Alchemists that can be recruited into the party also have their own alchemy level, like Marie and Elie do.

Characters[6]Edit

The game features over 40 characters and over 400 event scenes.[7]

Endings[8] Edit

  • Origin Flame (原初の炎): Start the synthesis of the Origin Flame.
  • Bad end (バッドエンド)

Normal endings Edit

  • The Adventurers (冒険者たち): Both Marie and Elie's adventurer levels have to be at 50, all bosses must have been defeated.
  • The Oddly Sweet Two (お菓子なふたり): Have at least one of each tea time food item and drinks in your inventory.
  • The Two's Atelier (ふたりのアトリエ)
  • The Solitary Alchemist (孤高の錬金術士)
  • Laid-back Workshop (まったり工房)
  • The Season of Goodbyes (別れの季節)

ReferencesEdit

  1. [1] ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/アトリエシリーズ (ザールブルグ)
  2. http://latache.net/e3/op_story.html Official site - Opening Story, retrieved on 2020-04-29
  3. http://latache.net/e3/gamesystem.html Official site - Game Introduction retrieved at 2020-06-01
  4. http://latache.net/e3/teaparty.html Official site - Tea Party, retrieved at 2020-06-01
  5. http://latache.net/e3/tech.htmll Official site - Secrets of Atelier, retrieved at 2020-06-01
  6. http://latache.net/e3/event/event.html Official site - event data, retrieved at 2020-04-29
  7. http://latache.net/e3/gamesystem.html Official site - Game Introduction retrieved at 2020-06-01
  8. http://latache.net/e3/event/event19.html Official site - Ending, retrieved on 2020-04-29 and 2020-07-08

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