Where should you go in Chapter 15? – Triangle Strategy Voting Guide

For once, you need to ignore everybody else!

It may not be obvious at first, but choices do matter in Triangle Strategy. It affects three things: the ending that you will get, the people who will fight with you, and battles that lie ahead. And this far into the story, it matters more than ever. With three difficult options before you, should you stay in the capital, defend the Rosellan village, or meet your father in Castle Wolffort?

It may be difficult to ignore the brewing civil war in the capital and the cry for help in Rosellan Village, but you need to go to Castle Wolffort. Roland can quell the uprising with his guards, and the people at Roselle Village (together with Frederica) are more than enough to repel some bandits.

However, Castle Wolffort is unprotected. If you don’t go home, bad things will happen and you won't be there, locking you out of the true ending. Going to Castle Wolffort will also allow you to recruit Milo, the Hyzantian dancer.  

Related: How to get the Golden Route in Triangle Strategy – Endings Guide

If you want to pursue the other two routes in another playthrough, know that you’ll be rewarded with other exclusive characters. Cordelia, Roland’s younger sister, will join your army if you stay in the capital. Meanwhile, ether Trish or Travis can be invited if you go to the Rosellan Village.

For more help with Triangle Strategy, take a look at some of the other articles here at Pro Game Guides.

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