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UPDATE! TITLE CHANGE! FFTG II is now...

"Megami: Legacy for the Gods"

 

COMING IN 2010:  Yvette Lu (Food for the Gods, Servants of War) returns as Sheenyana, a beautiful and mystic Kyontawa warrior on a another world light-years from our own, anguishing over actions taken at the end of the first film—as her young daughter, Ree (Amanda Louie), begins showing signs of paranormal abilities which surpass even Sheenyana’s.  Meanwhile, Sheenyana and Princess Xionko (Beverly Wu) must secure technologies, weapons, and the starship left behind by the Visitors from Earth—as darkness looms on the horizon. 

 

A massive Tokono army has setup camp within Kyontawa borders, lead by the ruthless king, Kanukami (Stephen M.D. Chang, Rambo: First Blood, Double Happiness)—the same man who murdered both of Sheenyana’s parents when she was a child. 

 

As if that isn’t enough, Sheenyana is being psychically visited by a mysterious female apparition named Kyshiyo (Tomoko Hanawa), the ghost of the beautiful “Princess Goddess” who once ruled this planet when it was part a great interstellar empire, 20,000 years ago. 

 

Kyshiyo isn’t the only ghost haunting Sheenyana.  The other is Richard (Danny Dorosh, The 4400, It Must Be Love).  

 

Taka Hiro, Tara Pratt, and Yuki Morita also return, as science fiction’s most romantic drama continues.  Grace Chin, Caroline Chan (Broken Trail, Inuyasha) and Method Fest Best Supporting Actress Nominee Giovannie Espiritu (ER, Gilmore Girls, Trauma) co-star.

 

THE LEGEND CONTINUES: EXPANDED UNIVERSE >>

 

Note: all information regarding FFTG II/Megami and any “in development” project is tentative and 100% subject to change.

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