"With the recently released Ao no Kiseki, the story that started with last year's Zero no Kiseki (known internationally as Trails in the Sky) has come to an end. But this doesn't mean the "Kiseki" subseries of the Legend of Heroes series is done."
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Reposted with additions from the Ao board:
Anyone who's played the games could have told you before Ao was released that this series isn't nearly over. There's seven treasures of the Goddess that Ouroboros is looking for, unless Ao went completely off the rails there are still five left, most of Zemuria is still to be explored and there are a ton of dangling plot threads.
On the Zemuria angle, bear in mind that it's taken four games to explore two very small countries (plus one bridge game). Erebonia and Calvard are each bigger by far than Liberl and Crossbell combined. Oh, and even adding those two countries you're still only looking at the western part of the continent.
Also, Andriasang perpetually screws up when it comes to the way the series works out. Trails=/=Zero and before Ao was released they had an article stating that clear data from Trails would be carried over into Ao. Oops, bit of a research failure there.
TLDR version: No ****, but thanks for the link.