Sophitia Alexandra (ソフィーティア・アレクサンドル, Sofītia Arekusandoru ; Greek: Σοφιτία Αλεξάνδρα) is a character in the Soul series of fighting games. She is a mainstay of the Soulcalibur series and one of most iconic characters in the franchise.

For the beginning of Soul Edge, Sophitia was a young girl with pale skin, green eyes, and long, braided blonde hair. Over the years, she grew up from a brave teenager into a caring, protective mother. During her creation, designers focused on maintaining an innocent appearance for her face, to give the character a sense of feeling fresh and young. Freedom of movement between the sword and shield were also emphasized, with the intention to allow for the blade to rotate around the shield for cyclonic attacks. An alternate character called Azula was conceived during the development of Sophitia's secondary outfit in Soul Edge , but was abandoned.

This temple was designed and constructed by the god of forge; Hephaestus, one of twelve Olympian Gods. It previously lay in ruin, but due to the power of Sophitia's faith it was restored to its former glory.


Sophitia Alexandra (ソフィーティア・アレクサンドル, Sofītia Arekusandoru ; Greek: Σοφιτία Αλεξάνδρα) is a character in the Soul series of fighting games. She is a mainstay of the Soulcalibur series and one of most iconic characters in the franchise.

For the beginning of Soul Edge, Sophitia was a young girl with pale skin, green eyes, and long, braided blonde hair. Over the years, she grew up from a brave teenager into a caring, protective mother. During her creation, designers focused on maintaining an innocent appearance for her face, to give the character a sense of feeling fresh and young. Freedom of movement between the sword and shield were also emphasized, with the intention to allow for the blade to rotate around the shield for cyclonic attacks. An alternate character called Azula was conceived during the development of Sophitia's secondary outfit in Soul Edge , but was abandoned.

This temple was designed and constructed by the god of forge; Hephaestus, one of twelve Olympian Gods. It previously lay in ruin, but due to the power of Sophitia's faith it was restored to its former glory.

Other collections of Elric short stories include The Stealer of Souls (which was reordered into "The Bane of the Black Sword" and "The Weird of the White Wolf") and "The Singing Citadel". Elric at the End of Time (1984, ISBN   1-85028-032-0 ) includes two related stories: the title story and "The Last Enchantment".

Del Rey reprinted the series as Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melniboné from 2008–2010. Elric: To Rescue Tanelorn included a reprint of Moorcock's British Fantasy Award -winner "The Jade Man's Eyes" while Elric: Swords and Roses included the first book publication of "Black Petals", a story originally published in the March–April 2008 issue of Weird Tales .

A new Elric story, "Red Pearls", featured in the 2010 anthology Swords and Dark Magic . In 2012, Gollancz announced plans to reprint the main Elric saga. A new collection of the shorter Elric fiction, Elric of Melniboné and other Stories , has been issued.

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