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The master art card of the space element as it appeared in Trails to Azure, representing the Aureole and its guardian, Ancient Dragon Ragnard.

The Sept-Terrions (七の至宝(セプト・テリオン)), also known as Septillion in the localisation of the PSP version of Trails in the Sky FC, are said to be seven powerful treasures bestowed upon the ancient Zemurian civilisation by the Septian Goddess Aidios.

Background

According to legends and scriptures of the Septian Church, the Sept-Terrions were lost when the ancient civilizations fell during the Great Collapse.

Each Sept-Terrion was assigned a Holy Beast to watch over it by the Goddess.

One of the most important impetuses of the Kiseki series' overarching plot is Ouroboros' quest to locate the Sept-Terrions.

Among the Sept-Terrions, at least the Ark Rouge and Lost Zem are capable of executing the Sacrament Program.

List of Sept-Terrion

Illustration Element Name Location Guardian
Master Arts Earth (Ao).png
Earth Lost Zem Also known as the Great Sable Hammer.
Situated in Erebonia, but fused into the Great Power along with the Fire Treasure, then split into the seven Divine Knights.
Goal of the Phantasmal Blaze Plan.
No longer obtainable
Argres
Sept-Terrion of Fire.png
Fire Ark Rouge Also known as the Crimson Vessel.
Situated in Erebonia, but fused into the Great Power along with the Earth Treasure, then split into the seven Divine Knights.
Goal of the Phantasmal Blaze Plan.
No longer obtainable.
Roselia
Sept-Terrion of Water.png
Water
Sept-Terrion of Wind.png
Wind
Sept-Terrion of Time.png
Time
Master Art card - Space (Ao).png
Space Aureole Also known as the Shining Ring.
Originally in Liberl, was sealed in another dimension along with the Liber Ark, obtained by Ouroboros.
Goal of the Gospel Plan.
Ragnard
Mirage Master Arts (Ao).png
Mirage Demiourgos Also known as the Hollow Phantasm.
Originally in Crossbell, destroyed itself. Re-created as the Sept-Terrion of Zero, which abandoned most of its powers.
Goal of the Phantasmal Blaze Plan.
No longer obtainable.
Zeit

Trivia

  • The flowers on each Master Arts card are:
    • Earth: the philodendron symbolizing health and abundance in the language of flowers.
    • Fire: the hollyhock symbolizes fertility, life, and rebirth. In the Victorian era, it also represented ambition and creativity.
    • Water: the purple hydrangea; empathy.
    • Wind: the honeysuckle meaning to live the sweet and easy life.
    • Time: diabolo ninebark has no meaning by itself but is a member of the hawthorn tree family meaning hope and the rose family which has different meanings based on the color. The black rose symbolizes death and the white rose purity/innocence.
    • Space: yellow carnation; rejection.
    • Mirage: the lily symbolizing chastity and innocence or the Easter lily symbolizing hope, new life, and resurrection.

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