Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is not the only game to bare the Bravely Default moniker. There is also a tie-in browser game called Bravely Default: Praying Brage. We've already had a look at some of the game's... less than stellar artwork but luckily these character portraits do not reflect the overall art style of the game.
To begin Bravely Default: Praying Brage, you choose one of the four sides: earth, fire, wind, or water. Through the tutorial, you then gain your first four characters that you can use to go adventuring. Adventuring mainly consists of choosing a location on the world map and entering a turn-based battle reminiscent of its parent title. Oddly though, the thing that makes BD:FF unique in battle—the Brave/Default system—is absent from this browser-based tie-in.