"Alena is the princess of Santeem and follows the strict rules of her father, the King. " - I haven't gotten through Itadaki Street, but I have played Dragon Warrior/Quest 4 and in that game Alena follows rules like Bowser keeps his calm. Does she behave better in Itadaki Street? Sarisa 00:03, 5 November 2009 (EST)
The writer may have written that out of context. He/she may have meant that the king has many strict rules for her to follow. Though if someone who has played the game can help out with this, that would be good. Or if someone can translate the text in the image.--Knife (talk) 17:29, 22 August 2010 (UTC)
The text isn't helpful. It says "It seems like there are strong monsters here! I'm getting excited!" Alena loves few things more than an opportunity to see new monsters and beat them to a pulp.
Also, this is the same Alena Santeem/Zamoskva whose adventure starts with escaping the castle by kicking through a board used to patch the wall of her room. Which needs a patch because she previously broke through the stone wall. Alena is the ur-example of the videogame rebellious princess (and the strongest fighter in the game). Sarisa 06:00, 24 August 2010 (UTC)
I say just edit the article and change that statement. It is unlikely that her personality would change and Itadaki Street seems to keep the personalities consistent, at least with the Square Enix characters.--Knife (talk) 04:06, 26 August 2010 (UTC)