Arslan Senki: Legend of the Twins

Arslan Senki: Legend of the Twins

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Lucifer  ※【ルシファー】 By HoshinoHana Updated Aug 22

Her name was Asa. She was the twin younger sister of Pars crown prince, Arslan, meaning she was the princess of Pars Kingdom. Born as twins, the two had very similar features; same blue eyes, same eyelashes, same fair skin, and even their facial expressions were identical to each other. Their hair was also bleached white, only the prince had his hair tied into a ponytail while the princess let her hair loose. The two shared a very close bond and whenever one was present, the other would be right beside him.

Although they were twins, they walked on two completely different paths....

Disclaimer: I do not own Arslan Senki/Heroic Legend of Arslan. It belongs to Yoshiki Tanaka (story) and Hiromu Arakawa (art).

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Cuan-Man Cuan-Man Sep 21, 2016
Holy crap I was just thinking
                              
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                              SPOILERS FOR ARSLAN SENKI IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE BOOK/SUMMARIES YET
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                              But what if Asa was the legit kid of Tahamineh and Andragoras and Arslan was adopted to pretend to be her twin in order to have an heir for the throne?
Awesome_Day_Dreamer Awesome_Day_Dreamer Aug 21, 2016
I really like the idea of Arslan having a twin sister. I applaud you for coming up with such a wonderful idea! Never in my wildest dreams will I ever imagine Arslan having a twin sister. Kudos to you, author!
Cuan-Man Cuan-Man Sep 21, 2016
While I have a bit of a thing against Japanese honorifics used in non-Japanese settings, as a first impression, this seems to be pretty good! Consider myself interested. :-D