Posted on Wed, 05 Mar 2014 05:06:57 +0000 :: View Post
Noteable Quotables Missing Images Added
Thanks to King Zenith for grabbing me the images I was missing for the Notable Quotables that show up on the Den and Forum main pages.
Images added are as follows:
Posted on Wed, 05 Mar 2014 04:42:23 +0000 :: View Post
Dragon Quest Mini FAQ - Pot/Barrel/Cupboard/Barrel Item Levels
Thanks to ignasia7 for the Mini FAQ about the Pot/Barrel/Cupboard/Barrel Item Levels. Below is a bit of an excerpt from the FAQ on the purpose of the information contained in the FAQ. The FAQ is listed in the DQ9 submenu or you can view it here.
What is the purpose of this FAQ? Simple, there's a list for every blue chest and their level, and the corresponding items each level has, along with what %, all provided by the venerable yab. Also provided is a list of the pot/barrel/cupboard/drawer ranks and the items that go along with it, along with the chance to find anything. However no list was given as to which pot/barrel/cupboard/drawer was what rank.
So yab produced a code to break this down, but never had a use for it until I decided to do my own low level run, and had considered figuring out each on my own. Suffice to say, 2 hours of just attempting this in one room in the observatory, and the pain of attempting this the whole game was too much so yab gave me his personalized Action Replay code. The rest is history.
So why again would I care about what's in each of these random generating storage devices? Especially given the quality of their materials are lacking compared to Blue Chests? Simple! Mini Medals and specialized runs like Speed Runs! Mini Medals in the main game are pretty scarce. Only 20 are available pre-Gitt, and this is assuming no tags to build the inn, which is where most players will find themselves. So the only places to find them are Blue Chests and the P/B/C/Ds in the game.
This is to ensure the ability to maximize Medal finds as one progresses. So certain unwanted spots can just be...ignored, and other spots can be looted with glee and a feint hope of those troublesome Medals.
This holds especially true for a Speed Run!
Posted on Wed, 05 Mar 2014 04:10:16 +0000 :: View Post
Want Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken to be released in North America?
Thanks to DranzerX13 for the following
Toei Animation in North America is asking which of their classic anime titles you'd like to see English subtitled on YouTube.
On their official Facebook page January 6, 2014 they said "Happy NEW YEAR Everyone!! Don't forget to check out our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/ToeiAnimationUS And don't forget to like our channel and leave us comments, we wanna hear what classic titles you want to see!!"
If you're interested, leave a comment on their YouTube, and Facebook pages.