|Game||Tales of Berseria|
|Japanese Voice Actor||Satomi Arai|
|English Voice Actor||Monica Rial|
Seres (シアリーズ Shiariizu?) is a malak woman with power over fire in Tales of Berseria. She is Artorius Collbrande's subordinate who began to question his motives after the incident from three years ago, when she started to regain her mind. She sneaks into the prison island Titania in order to free Velvet Crowe.
Three years after the events of the fateful Scarlet Night, Seres sneaks into Titania intending to rescue Velvet. Initially, Velvet attacks the malak woman, but soon afterward, the two partner up and cooperate during the escape. Seres was devoured by Velvet after being critically wounded, having shielded her from an enemy attack.
It is later revealed that Seres is the reincarnation of Velvet's sister, Celica. After Celica fell into the shrine at the cape during the Scarlet Night, she and her unborn child were reborn as Seres and Number Two, respectively.
Appearance and Personality
Seres has red hair with white tips at the end of four longer bangs tied into a bun atop her head and wears a black, butterfly-shaped hairpin with gold outlines, as well as a black and gold mask shaped after a butterfly that conceals her brown-red eyes. She wears a black underdress with a white and blue dress atop it, along with a printed red ribbon on the back of her waist, which also features twin tails of sorts themed after butterfly wings in black and blue colors, along with a white bolero with black and red accents. Her look is completed by black stockings with red accents, as well as white, low-heel shoes with more red accents. Her nails are also painted red.
Patterned after Lailah from Tales of Zestiria, albeit wielding a different weapon, the two share martial and malak artes, all Fire-elemental. While assisting with Velvet's escape from Titania, Seres has no visible status display during battles and can not be manually controlled like a standard party member.
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