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Tales of Freedom: Will (フリーダムテイルズオブウィル, Furīdamuteiruzuobuu: iru) is a 4-episode TV series before the events of Tales of Freedom. It follows the story of only 4 Characters (Marianne ,Camille, Keturah and Hans.)
Meia (Marianne)'s Early Life
Meia Williams' father died when she was young, and her mother died from an unknown illness when she was 15. With no other family to turn to, Meia raised her younger sister, Char. To overcome the pain of her parents' deaths and to become an adult as quickly as possible, she changed her name from "Meia Williams" to "Marianne Williams". Despite the delusion of not needing her past, Marianne was still a normal child without her parents who wanted to be loved.
After graduating from high school, Marianne joined the Guardian Corpse Bodhum Security Regiment under Lieutenant Amodar, Yvonne's Husband, where she attained the rank of sergeant and was scheduled for officer training. However, she began to lose sight of her goals, and worked many hours while spending little time with Char.
Camille's Early Life
Camille Vi (Majesty vi Camille) was born to her parents and was supposed to have died young, but was groomed by her grandmother, Hanna Vi (Majesty vi Hanna), who's used Camille by making her granddaughter think that she is following the will of her mother: Mariemaia Vi (Majesty vi Mariemaia), Chancellor of Majesty. If Operation Cocoon went as planned, the young girl would be ruler of Earth, as stated by her uncle, though, in fact, she would be a puppet ruler. But with The Warriors' betrayal, the conquest had to wait until the Earth thought of peace.
Camille kidnapped Vice-Foreign Minister Hans Hangyaku, so there would be no opposition to the Vi family's rule over the Earth. The occupation of Earth was quick with no resistance and victory seemed assured, when a number of insurgents, including the Warriors tried to stand up. Camille felt that their efforts would soon be exhausted, until the populace stands up and Wing Zero destroys the shelter. Hanna urges her to take up her rightful place as ruler of Earth, but Hans slaps sense into her, literally, as Hans reasons with her about her true purposes and responsibilities in her life. When Hanna tries to kill Hans with his pistol, Camille interposes herself between the two, and takes the bullet for Hans (thus saving his life), as she's become mortally wounded, much to Hans' shock and surprise. Hanna then gets executed by one of his subordinates for his own high treason. Une Vi (Majesty vi Une) soon has her rushed to medical attention. Soon afterwards she makes a full recovery, and is adopted by and placed in Une's custody.
Keturah's Early Life
Keturah El (Majesty el Keturah) was born to King El and Queen Katrina El (Majesty el Katrina) of the Majesty Kingdom on April 7, AC 180, the best friend of Camille Vi (Majesty vi Camille). King El was a great admirer of the colonial leader Horee Yuy, who advocated total pacifism as a way to stop the wars between nations. However, this lead to the downfall of the kingdom when the United Earth Sphere Alliance invaded Majesty Kingdom, slaughtering the royal family. Keturah, only a baby at the time, was saved by a local politician loyal to the family who fled the invasion. That man, Vice-Minister Mr. Hangyaku, adopted Keturah and he and his wife raised her as their own with Hans as her Adopted little brother when she was 6.
Han's Early Life
Hans and his mother Nora are on a ten day vacation in the seaside town of Bodhum to see the annual fireworks show. His father, Andrew, is due to join them, but calls at the last minute to cancel much to Hans' relief. On the sixth day, they visit Euride Gorge but with the heavy security and buzz still circulating about the incident four days prior, they return to Bodhum.
Two days later at the fireworks festival, Hans laughs at his mother's belief in the wish-making tradition, since he believes it is for children. He is disappointed his mother wished for his father to be with them next year, saying they are better off without him. Unknown to the both of them, PSICOM discovers the Kafran fal'suren, Anima, within the Bodhum Vestige that night and Hope and Nora are caught within the town's subsequent quarantine. The Sanctum announces the Purge, the forced relocation of everyone in town to Kafran. As they wait in line for the Purge train in Bodhum Station, a frantic Nora begs with PSICOM that Hans be allowed to return home, willing to stay behind and be Purged herself but her pleas fall on deaf ears. Hans and Nora board the Purge train accompanied by Camille, the young woman Nora befriended in line, as Hans already known her, but she changed.
|Meia "Marianne" Williams (Meir "Marian" Williams)||Noriko Shitaya||Daniella Macey|
|Char Mayer Williams (Char Maia Williams)||Minako Kotobuki||Laura Bailey|
|Amodar Izayoi||Masaki Aizawa||André Sogliuzzo|
|Majesty vi Camille||Minako Kotobuki||Laura Bailey|
|Majesty vi Hanna||Rei Sakuma||Maggie Blue O'Hara|
|Majesty vi Mariemaia||Rei Sakuma||Maggie Blue O'Hara|
|Hans Hangyaku||Yūki Kaji||Vincent Martella|
|Keturah Hangyaku (Majesty el Keturah)||Mika Kanai||Georgia van Cuylenburg|
|Nora Hangyaku||Komina Matsushita||Mary Elizabeth McGlynn|