Goss Rune

Right, so it wasn't correct in Suikoden II with Gozz, but that's no reason to make it even worse.

Versions: NTSC UC



Fire Hero

In Suikoden II, if you go to Tigermouth village you can find a man there that talks about the "Fire Hero". In Suikoden III he's called "Flame Champion" instead.

Versions: NTSC UC



Gustav

Gustav plays a semi-big part in Suikoden II, for this effort he was rewarded with name change to Gustaf in Suikoden III.

Versions: NTSC UC



Howling Voice Guild

The Howling Voice has a quick appearance in Suikoden III, though Konami decided to call them the Roaring Brotherhood instead.

Versions: NTSC UC



Keepers of the Flame

If you read the book about the Grasslands in Suikoden II you will come across the "Keepers of the Flame". In Suikoden III they have apparently been reduced to 1 person called the "Fire Bringer"

Versions: NTSC UC



Mamie

Mamie is the daughter of Bashok, a chef that challenges Hai Yo to a cook-off, only she's called Mai Mi then.

Versions: NTSC UC



Prince Luca

Luca Blight is the Prince of Highland, later becoming the King. In Suikoden III's book about the Dunan Unification War he's been promoted to Emperor instead!

Versions: NTSC UC



Rune Master

In Suikoden II they're called "Rune Masters", in Suikoden III they're "Rune Sages" instead.

Versions: NTSC UC



Sindar

In Suikoden II it's spelled Sindar. In Suikoden III it's changed to Cyndar.

Versions: NTSC UC