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The Suikoden series is known for its diverse and interesting locales that players can visit and explore. With ten unique games set in the same world, the land is vast and varied, with many different regions, cities, and towns to discover. Regions have their own unique culture, architecture, and inhabitants.

The locales in the Suikoden series also play an important role in the game's story and characters, as each location is tied to specific characters, events, and conflicts. Exploring the different locations allows players to uncover the game's many secrets and mysteries.

Featured Location
Muse City (ミュース市, Myūsu Shi) is a location in Suikoden II which also features in Genso Suikogaiden Vol.1 and Genso Suikoden Card Stories. It is the capital of both Muse Principality and the City-State of Jowston.

The center of the City-State of Jowston, Muse City was also one of the largest cities in all the alliance with a population of 13,000. Prosperous, its stores were always busy and its people vibrant and busy. Although the city has no trading post, its streets are lined with businesses and are crowded with customers daily. Reflecting this, its primary industry was trade and commerce.

To the west of the city lies the gates that lead to Jowston Hill, where important City-State meetings were held. The gate is only opened during special events and ceremonies, such as these meetings. It is all this that made Muse City the first target of the Highland Army once the Dunan Unification War began in earnest. (more...)

The Infinity
The Infinity (百万世界, Hyakuman Sekai, Million Worlds) is the term used to describe the collection of infinite parallel worlds that link the Suikoden series together following Suikoden V, though references to the concept have existed since Suikoden II. It is a key plot point in Suikoden Tierkreis and Genso Suikoden Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki.

The Infinity is described as the infinite number of parallel worlds that exist in the overall cosmology. The worlds can both be extremely similar when compared to one another or incredibly disparate. Overall, there can be said to be no universal recurring element. (more...)

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