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"A crisis has befallen our world. For centuries, we have depended on the Kingdom Stone... but its strength is fading. It cannot keep up with our growing demand for energy. The Prince of Shuigang, poisoned with madness over the death of his Father, has spread machines across the land to steal energy from other Kingdoms. Tensions are growing, and I fear that war may be inevitable."
The Magister, narrating the plot of Freedom Planet

Freedom Planet is a combat-based 2D platform and the first full-scale game from independent developer GalaxyTrail.

Characters Edit

Main Characters Edit

Antagonists Edit

Recurring Characters Edit

Minor Characters Edit


The game takes place on a fictional planet called Avalice, inhabited by anthropomorphic animals.

It starts with Sash Lilac and Carol Tea rescuing a turtle-shelled, duck-billed creature named Torque in the mountains after he crash-lands from parts unknown.[1] Lilac offers to help rescuing the Kingdom Stone, a very valuable relic that contains untold amounts of energy.[1] In doing so, they become embroiled in a brewing conflict between three nations of their planet, Avalice: Shuigang, which has become aggressive and warmongering following the sudden death of their King[2] and the rise of his son, the mentally unstable Prince Dail; the city of Shang Mu, whose wealth-obsessed leader Mayor Zao is desperate to solve a recent energy crisis[3]; and Shang Tu, an air city whose Royal Magister is not well-versed in war.

Lilac and Carol rush over to the ancient temple in an effort to protect the Kingdom Stone, only to be briefly stymied by Shang Tu's officers, General Gong and Neera Li, who refuse to believe their claims of a theft plot.[4] However, they arrive just in time to watch the Kingdom Stone being stolen by Spade, a professional thief and assassin, Dail's half-brother, and Lilac and Carol's sworn rival.[5] Spade is stealing the Stone for Mayor Zao as part of his own plan to discover the truth of his father's murder.[6] The theft of the stone causes a cave-in, which briefly separates Lilac from Carol, who was trapped inside.[7] However, she is saved by a young, orphan hound named Milla Basset, who had been tailing the pair with the intention of meeting a dragon.[8]

Earlier on, Milla is first seen gathering ingredients for a "Super Feather Potion" along with Mr. Stumpy, a tree stump with a face carved into it. Milla vows to fly high, reunite with her parents and "live happily ever after, like in the stories". But the moment was killed when the Shang Mu truck drives by, and Lilac is seen chasing after it. Milla, who always wanted to meet a dragon, follows her to the ancient temple. In the cave section, she saved Carol's life, who had been trapped inside the cave and pinned by rubble. Milla later meets Lilac outside the cave and she formed a friendship with her and Carol.

Later that night, Carol discovers that Torque is not who he claims to be; when she and Lilac press him on it, he reveals that he is, in fact, an alien sent to Avalice to apprehend an intergalactic warlord, Lord Brevon. Brevon crash-landed on Avalice after a fierce battle, and is working on getting his dreadnought operational once more. Towards this end, he invaded Shuigang, murdered its king, and brainwashed Dail to do his bidding, convincing him that Mayor Zao was the murderer and getting him to declare war on Shang Mu. Brevon intends to use the chaos of the war as a distraction so he can steal the Kingdom Stone for himself, use its energy to power his space fortress to continue his galactic conquest. Lilac is incredibly receptive to Torque's tale, and she, Carol and Milla all agree to help Torque reclaim the Kingdom Stone and stop Brevon's plans before it's too late.

The next morning, the Royal Magister, having been informed of the theft by General Gong, sends Lilac's group to recover the Stone from Zao. arriving in the commercial district, the group is confronted by Spade, who reveals his that true allegiance in the Kingdom Stone theft was to his brother Dail and not Zao, and Serpentine, a snake with mechanical arms who serves as Brevon's chief enforcer. After finishing off the Robopanther from outside the Shang Mu mall, they arrive too late once again; Dail and Brevon's forces effortlessly steal the Kingdom Stone from Shang Mu and fly off. They meet with Mayor Zao of Shang Mu and try to convince him to work with Shang Tu and the Magister in recovering the Stone; with some appeals to his desire for glory, he eventually agrees, sending them off in one of his airships, in the direction of Shang Tu. Shuigang's airships attempt to intercept and shoot down their airship, but are beaten back.

The group finally returns to Shang Tu to report their findings, bringing along a piece of one of Serpentine's machines, made of materials uncommon on Avalice, as evidence of an otherworldly plot. Neera Li, having been suspicious of Lilac and Carol from a few nights prior, instead accuses the pair of being behind the Kingdom Stone's theft, pointing out Lilac and Carol's past as professional thieves and how they always seem to be around when trouble strikes. Although skeptical of their guilt, the Royal Magister decides to have them detained for further questioning. Milla was suddenly brought back in by Neera after her failed attempt to escape, Lilac convinces the Magister to let Torque go alone by falsely pleading guilty to Neera's claims. They effortlessly break out of jail themselves in an attempt to catch up to Torque, but are too late once again; Torque is captured by Brevon and Serpentine and whisked away.

With the Kingdom Stone and their friend in enemy hands, and no leader on Avalice to call an ally, the stress causes the remaining trio's relations to break down; Lilac wants to rescue Torque and help him complete his mission as it's the right thing to do, while Carol just wants to lay low and spend her life with her best friend rather than keep risking her life, and storms off. Convinced by Carol's pleas that she's been recklessly endangering her friends, Lilac sends Milla off to go with Carol, and heads off to save Torque herself from Brevon's nerarby base. Unfortunately, she underestimated Brevon's security, and is ambushed by Serpentine and Brevon himself, and ends up captured. Brevon, concerned that Lilac's determination poses a severe threat to his plans, and determined to make Torque reveal if there are any more Chasers, subject her to brutal electric torture.

Meanwhile, Carol and Milla find Spade in the Red Scarves' hideout and convince him of Brevon's existence; the three then storm the base and rescue Torque and Lilac. Brevon manages to catch all of them in the torture room; however, the base suddenly begins to implode, and the heroes make their escape. The group ends up separated once again in the ensuing chaos. Lilac is found by Neera Li, who arrests her and brings her back to Shang Tu. Milla, Torque and Carol meet up with General Gong and the Shang Tu truck, who were about to attack Shuigang's forces. Carol suggests that they persuade the Shang Mu army. At first, Gong refuses the idea, then he quickly changes his mind and goes after the Shang Mu army along with the trio. Back in the Shang Tu royal palace, the Magister reveals he'd had the composition of the mech investigated in the interim, proving Lilac's initial claims of innocence true. However, because Lilac had lied to him to get Torque released, he has one last task for her before he agrees to give her aid. After he had healed her via a magical sauna, the Magister sends Lilac to investigate a nearby lagoon, where a similar metal had been discovered.

Lilac discovers that the source of the metal is a strange robot similar to Syntax, Brevon's faithful AI assistant, called Pangu. Pangu reveals that the Kingdom Stone was, in fact, a gift to the three kingdoms given by a race of alien dragons that had crashed on Avalice centuries ago. It is also revealed that unless the Kingdom Stone is returned to its resting place, it will self-destruct, along with the energy the three kingdoms desperately need to survive.

Lilac reports her findings to the Magister, who reveals that Zao, determined on recovering the Stone, is leading his army against Shuigang's. So she uses the Holodragon to convince the two armies to form a truce. At the Snowfields, the Shang Mu and Shang Tu armies are about to attack when the Holodragon suddenly appears, Lilac herself was seen on it, and Torque, Milla and Carol were all glad about her return.

The combined armies quickly move against Dail and Brevon's army, which has also begun its advance as Brevon prepares his fortress for takeoff. While Carol, Milla and Torque fight on the ground with Zao's tanks, Lilac uses the Holodragon to engage Syntax in an aerial battle, ultimately destroying her. At the foot of Brevon's fortress, the team confronts Dail, destroying his final mech. The mad prince attempts a final attack, but is stopped by Spade. As Spade goes to face off with his half-brother, Brevon announces that his fortress is ready for takeoff, and the team moves for the final battle.

Inside the fortress, the team faces off against the full brunt of Brevon's army, including an upgraded Syntax, and a final battle against Serpentine, who mutates into a giant monster before being subdued. In a final act of desperation and cruelty, Brevon captures Milla and turns her into a bio-mechanical monster and has her attack the team. They are forced to subdue her. Milla miraculously survives, but falls into a death-like coma. Enraged, Lilac and Carol storm Brevon's final defenses and confront the alien overlord himself.

After a fierce, chaotic battle, Brevon is ultimately defeated, but the Kingdom Stone is destroyed in the process. The team quickly escape Brevon's fortress just before it crashes into the frozen wastes. Back at base camp, Milla awakens from her coma. Lilac is distraught over the loss of the Kingdom Stone and failing to stop Brevon from escaping. Just as all hope seemed lost, the sky is suddenly lit up by a swirling vortex of crystalline energy. Realizing that this is the new form of the Kingdom Stone, the three kingdoms resolve to share the Stone's energy equally amongst themselves, bringing an end to the war.

The story ends with the Royal Magister musing that while peace has mostly been restored, there is still much work to be done. The three kingdoms work to dispose of the remaining mutants and robots that still roam the land, and while he is assumed dead, Brevon is nowhere to be found. Later In Dragon Valley, Torque says his good-byes to Lilac, Carol, Milla and Gong, thanking them for helping him. The girls and Gong go up to the balcony of the Treehouse to watch as Torque's rocket blasts off into space, holding on to the hope that he may come back someday.

Milla's EndingEdit

When playing as Milla, her ending plays out differently from Lilac's and Carol's. Instead of being captured and turned into a monster by Brevon, Milla stumbles upon Torque overlooking an unconscious Carol. Milla learns from Torque that Brevon came out of nowhere and ambushed Carol, and Torque needs to take her back to the surface to prevent her death. Also learning from him that Lilac went to stop him alone, Milla decides to help Lilac in her fight and manages to convince him that she can do so. Torque asks her to keep an eye on her friend, and she agrees.

After storming Brevon's final defenses, Milla finally confronts the alien warlord himself. She asks him where Lilac is, after which he responds that she challenged him to a fight and that she believes he killed her when he tells her that she won't be seeing her again. He demands Milla to leave, but she refuses, and from there, a battle ensues against the Absolution and Power Suit.

Milla manages to severely damage both the Absolution and Brevon's Power Suit. Now enraged, Brevon attempts to strangle Milla, which is prevented by Lilac, who turns out to have survived their fight. Lilac then proceeds to severely beat up on Brevon, shouting at him not to hurt Milla much like she did in her own story. After the heroes and Brevon escape the doomed Dreadnought, Milla, having quickly recovered from Brevon's attempt to strangle her, joyfully alerts Lilac and Torque that Carol is alright. When Lilac and Milla ask Carol how she feels, she, in a comedic fashion, blurts out her belief that she died from the ambush. Lilac replies that Carol is indeed after all. When the Wildcat asks if they won, they answer yes, to her relief.

Afterwards, the same ending scenes playing after the inside of the medical tent play out, starting with the heroes looking up at the new form of the Kingdom Stone, moving on to the Magister musing about new opportunities, the three kingdoms resolving to share the Stone's energy, monsters still roaming the lands, and Brevon being nowhere to be found, and finally ending with Torque saying his goodbyes to Lilac, Carol, and Milla.


  • These controls are as defined in-game unless noted. On the Windows/MacOS/Linux versions, they can be mapped to the keyboard or a controller as the player wishes.
Button Action
/ / / Move
Z / × (PS4) Jump
X Attack
C Special
↵ Enter / Options (PS4) Pause/Resume


Main article: Freedom Planet/Items

Game ModesEdit


Adventure Mode is the full experience, complete with fully voiced and animated cutscenes. Some cutscenes contain bloopers that can be triggered by a special control combination. As of release version 1.21.4, available to all three characters.

Once the Adventure Mode has been completed with a character, the save allows the player to select any stage to restart the story from, complete with the cutscenes that lead into the selected level.


Classic Mode is just like Adventure Mode but without any of the cutscenes. Again, once clear, the player can select any level to play from.

Time AttackEdit

Play any single stage that has been cleared in either Adventure or Classic modes. Also, provides access to Shang Mu Academy.

Mahjong Edit

Collecting all the Star Cards in any level unlocks the Mahjong sub-game, accessible in Time Attack.

Unlockable Characters Edit

  • You can unlock Milla by finishing Relic Maze with either Lilac or Carol.
  • Torque would have been unlocked by finishing the Adventure/Classic Mode with at least two characters.

Difficulty Levels Edit

Casual Edit

  • Enemies do half damage.
  • High health regeneration.

Easy Edit

  • Enemies do normal damage.
  • Low health regeneration.

Normal Edit

  • Enemies do normal damage.
  • No health regeneration.

Hard Edit

  • Enemies do double damage.
  • No health regeneration.
  • Recovery time is removed.
  • Shields only absorb 1 attack instead of 2.
  • 300 instead of 200 crystal shards are required for an extra life.
  • Many bosses' attack patterns are faster and less predictable.
    • e.g. Lord Brevon's attack pattern, unmodified from its original form (pre-patch).


Normal Stages Edit

  • Aqua Tunnel (1st overall stage) (Milla)
  • Dragon Valley (2nd overall stage) (Lilac & Carol)
  • Relic Maze (3rd overall stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
  • Fortune Night (4th overall stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
  • Sky Battalion (5th overall stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
  • Jade Creek (6th overall stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
  • Trap Hideout (7th overall stage) (Carol & Milla)
  • Thermal Base (8th overall stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
  • Pangu Lagoon (9th overall stage) (Lilac)
  • Battle Glacier (10th overall stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
  • Final Dreadnought (final 4 stage set) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
    • Round 1 (11th stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
    • Round 2 (12th stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
    • Round 3 (13th stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)
    • Round 4 (14th & final stage) (Lilac, Carol, & Milla)

Extra StagesEdit

Cancelled/Removed Stages/Extras Edit

  • Horizon Starport & Warp Sector: Stages meant for Torque, but were removed due to Strife indefinitely postponing the DLC, can still be found unfinished in the source code.
  • Shang Tu Dojo: The unfinished and not functional place can still be found in the source code, assets were used for Trap Hideout.
  • Rage Ravine: Assets remained in the Rust Yard cutscene and were used for Trap Hideout.
  • Phoenix Road: Remained as an Idea for a stage, but was removed early from the game. Will find its way as Phoenix Highway in Freedom Planet 2.
  • Shuigang Palace: A stage meant for Spade, remained as an Idea, but was removed due to Strife indefinitely postponing the DLC.


Main article: Freedom Planet/Achievements

Development Edit

Main article: Freedom Planet/Development

Easter EggsEdit

Character select Shake updated

Each character react different

  • On the character select screen, rapidly moving & starts shaking the screen, and the characters react.
  • Advancing cutscenes with the combination of and C (in the Wii U version & X) will activate the bloopers (selected cutscenes only)
  • Having a total of four save files of the same character used will cause other save files to have different expressions of the shown character including a Derpy Lilac from the Alpha version from 2013.
  • When playing as Torque, on the weapon select screen, holding down and pressing ↵ Enter on ready triggers a hidden start animation of Torque screaming "here we GOOOOOOOOO!" while his neck extends upwards.

Freedom Planet Official Soundtrack Edit

The Freedom Planet Official Soundtrack was released by GalaxyTrail on Steam on July 21, 2014[11] and on Bandcamp[12] on July 29, 2014. The digital album contains 72 songs (including some earlier revisions of the tracks) of Freedom Planet with a commentary on each track from Woofle.

On Bandcamp, it costs $10, but if you've already bought Freedom Planet on Steam you can buy the album as DLC for only $7.

Art Gallery Edit

Videos Edit

Freedom Planet Official Launch Trailer

Freedom Planet Official Launch Trailer

Torque Teaser (Oct 2015)

Torque Teaser (Oct 2015)

Trivia Edit

  • Most of the music in Freedom Planet was done electronically. However, the soundtrack of the first phase of the final boss and the game over screen are one of the few orchestrated music pieces in the game.
  • In November 2015, GalaxyTrail partnered with indie game limited collectors edition producer and former monthly subscription service IndieBox to distribute a physical release of Freedom Planet.The limited collector's edition box came with a DRM-free game file on a flash drive, the official 3-disc soundtrack in a jewelcase, a color instruction manual, a velcro wallet, the Kingdom Stone with it's leather pouch, a Mayor Zao Coin with a Collector's Case, Freedom Planet and IndieBox Stickers, a Steam key, and an IndieBox Newsletter.[13]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Crash Site (Meet Serpentine and Torque)
  2. Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Game Intro (Meet Brevon)
  3. Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Shang Mu City Hall (Zao's Dinner)
  4. Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Relic Maze (Meet Gong and Neera)
  5. Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Relic Maze (Encounter With Spade)
  6. Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Shang Mu (Meeting with Spade)
  7. Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Relic Maze (Cave Collapse)
  8. Freedom Planet in-game cutscene - Relic Maze (Meet Milla)
  9. Milla Adventure! 1.20.6 Update Notes
  10. Torque Beta / 1.21.x Notes
  11. "Freedom Planet Official Soundtrack" on Steam
  12. "Freedom Planet Official Soundtrack" on Bandcamp
  13. Freedom Planet Collector Edition- IndieBox Store