"Why, that's as many as a thousand billions!"
Every so often, a great invader makes their way to the Netherworld with an insatiable hunger. That gluttonous being is known as Trillion, a so-called God of Destruction that is only satisfied once it has eaten the entire Netherworld down to its possibly delicious core. Even the first of the Great Overlords couldn't come close to defeating Trillion, and was instead only able to stall its advances so that Trillion finally gave up and departed until its hunger returned again.
Zeabolos, the hero of that tragic tale, lost his brother in the battle against Trillion and very nearly brought about the end of his own existence. But a mysterious young woman named Faust resuscitated him, in hopes that he could fend off the renewed advances of Trillion. Trillion: God of Destruction tells the story of that next battle against the infamous villain, who is still set on devouring anything that stands in her way. In his current form as a makeshift zombie, Zeabolos doesn't possess anywhere near enough power to deal a trillion points of damage. Fighting in his stead are his fallen brother's daughters and siblings: seven heroines in total, each one based on one of the seven deadly sins.
Not every heroine is available as the story begins. The three women based on Greed, Envy, and Gluttony are the initial volunteers. During my own first trip through the game, I managed to defeat Trillion using just those three ladies, but that feat required excessive luck and far too much trial and error. I don't suggest that you attempt the same accomplishment, not if you're hoping to enjoy the story in the process.
Freelance review by Kai Powell (March 20, 2016)
As an aspiring FGC contributor, Kai has earned enough tournament accolades to earn the title 'Eternally Second'. When not pouring his heart out over covering the games industry and running a corporate games store, he also spends his mornings at a ramen-ya
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