Whew, ditch that sabre cat and do it now! I am sure you can beat Estark in 15 turns with that party, but you will be much better off with a nice tank party with a healing anchor. Here is my suggestion for pretty much guaranteed success:
In this case, good candidates for Tank 1, 2 and 3 would be:
My personal recommendation is to fill the tank 1 and tank 2 slots with Golems. It's pretty easy to recruit two golems, and they max out at level 50 with 255 Strength and good HP. For the third tank slot, whichever other monster you can get your hands on would be best, but if you can't seem to recruit another tank, you could substitute a pretty high leveled human character who has good strength. If you DO happen to have multiple options for good tank monsters, pick the ones that max their levels quicker (Archdemon won't be maxed out until level 99, whereas Great Dragon maxes at 60 and Gigantes at 7!).
You could use Starkers and Rebjorn if you plan on leveling them up to 99. They are pretty useless until you get them way up there though. If you are not down with the frustratingly long grind, you could use someone else for now instead. That being said, Starkers and Rebjorn are perfect for this too if you have them fully leveled.
Your King Cureslime will have max level at 20, and will at that point have enough MP to cast Omniheal every round of the fight if necessary.
The strategy for the fight is simple:
Tank 1, 2 and 3 attack
King Cureslime uses War Drum in the first round and again as needed
King Cureslime Omniheals as necessary
If this still isn't quite enough to get it done, you could sub the King Cureslime in and out of the party as needed and replace with a fourth tank for doing some extra damage. That isn't usually necessary though unless you are trying to get him in 12 turns, which I believe is the least number of turns I have heard of this being done in.
Anyway, hope that helps! Good luck with that last Knick-Knack!
Thanks for the heads up. I got it installed but didn't get too far before it seemed to hit a repeating message, likely indicating that I need a network connection. I will have to try it later when I have WiFi.
In the mean time, here are some stuff I grabbed from the APK (and a single screenshot I took when I launched it):
That reminds me, did you ever try to get Dragon Quest Monsters Wanted installed now that it's free? I have the 1MB APK installed from the Play Store, but I think I need a JP network address to download the full package when you launch.
Anyway, really looking forward to DQ4 and seeing what they do with that.
I've had a Wii U since launch and I am pretty happy with it. Definitely feel like the game library is lacking a bit, but I don't have that much time for console gaming anyway. Their Netflix interface is great for the kids and I like how they can watch on the game pad while something else is on the TV. That being said, a tablet would do the same thing. I got 2 3DS XL's for my kids for Christmas and that has been a much better investment so far than the Wii U.
It's certainly a region-lock problem. Hmmm... there must be a way...
I just set up a proxy server for my house so I can access US Netflix (way more content than Canadian Netflix...), so maybe I can see if JP region is supported so I can get the app installed and validated.
Hmmm, just found a connection and it looks like it didn't work. The problem seems to be that I am using a US-based APK downloader . It is only fetching a 1MB APK file because it is not allowed to access the Japan Play Store APK file. When I launch this mini-app it says that it is validating and then tells me the app is unlicensed and to "purchase" it from the play store.
on the Japan Play Store, it looks like it should be 49 MB for the full APK.
Does anybody know of a Japan-based APK downloader?
Ooh, nice! Thanks. I just download the APK from the store and installed it on my Galaxy S2. The APK was really small and I need a network connection to validate before I can play (which I don't have at the moment). I will give another shot when I can connect and attempt to validate.
Hope this works! I have been having fun DQ8 (Up to Port Link / Port Prospect at the moment), but you can never have too much DQ to play.
Thanks! They are from the credit sequences. The first credits when you pass the game the "normal" way gives you most of the lower powered companion art. When you "really" pass the game, and get the second credit sequence, you get the beefed up versions.
The biggest problem with my versions is that they are rendered on the screen and as such, some of them get cut off. If you compare your Gyavan to mine, you will see the biggest example of that. For the most part, they are pretty good though.