After Victuals returns home, he discovers that his old body is being inhabited by King Erzatz of the lizardmen, who is willing to sacrifice anything for the sake of immortality - including his own daughter, Princess Cyrene. Victuals discovers that the new body he was given has a time limit, it has already begun to reject his brain, and as his time dwindles, he desperately tries to face the King. But there is an even greater evil that lurks beneath them, threatening their entire underwater world. With the fate of their worlds in their hands, Victuals faces the King, and Cyrene must face the 'Invisible,' that everyone had so blindly followed, in the dramatic conclusion of Remind.
A beautifully illustrated, and excellently told visual novel. The character development left nothing to be desired. Victuals, the lizardman-turned-cat, consistantly expresses very real emotions of 'want' but remained true to his morals, which made him seem more like a hero. The King was also a typical villain, seeking power and lusting for immortality all in the name of a diety he made up. Simply put, I loved all the characters, good or bad.