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It takes a village to defeat Kemono in Wild Hearts

You have a village behind you.

The village of Minato and the world of Wild Hearts is in danger, facing destruction from the deadly Kemono. As a hunter, it is up to you to defeat these fearsome creatures—but you are not alone.

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The Wild Hearts Twitter state, "Meet Natsume, Suzuran, and more: From blacksmith to scientist, each one will be crucial to your survival against the fierce Kemono." While it is the hunter's job to seek out and defeat the Kemono, they cannot do it without help. With the aid of Minato's residents, you will be able to save the village.

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Each of these individuals will provide valuable assistance to help you defeat the Kemono and gather Celestial Thread. This material looks to be used to upgrade the village and your arsenal through the residents Natsume, the blacksmith, Ujishige, the soldier, Seren, who holds the village together, and Suzuran, the scientist.

Mater your skills as a hunter and become the legend who saves the world, taming and defeating the wild Kemono. But don't forget that you don't have to do things alone. Work with the village of Minato and other hunters to defeat the Kemono once and for all.

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Justin has been diving into fantasy worlds since he can remember. He is a certified nerd who has a deep love of reading, writing, and hiking. He has been writing since his college days, but specifically in gaming for two years. His favorite games are The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Hollow Knight, Celeste, and Banjo Kazooie.

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