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    Dear everyone, SE has just released the new content in Version 5.0. Here are my translations. Since I'm not a English native speaker, sorry if there are any mistakes. 1. New story in devildom Prerequisite: Finishing V4.5 story New transfer item: dark crystal (transfer between Astoltia and Devilom) Cast: new NPCs in V5.0 are dubbed. 2. New created characters starting from V5.0 New characters created after V5.0 (even in an old account) can start their adventure from V5.0. Main quests from V1 to V4 are cleared automatically. Important items will be given automatically. 3. New sub-story 4. New material for craft 5. New job class: death master weapon: Sickles, staves, axes and bows Clothes: same to Priest and Mage Lv50 at the beginning Good at attack, raise and recover spells Special skill 1: Ghost summon: summon ghost in battles; only one ghost can exist in the battlefield Ghost disappear after a moment or suffering from certain damage Special skill 2: death power Death power is recharged by the death of teammates or enemy Some skills require death power to activate 6. New weapon class: Sickles, and Lv 105 weapons 7. New equipment position: Emblem 8. New dungeon: Thousands demon tower (similar to the pyramid) Weekly Reward: Emblem 9. New skill system Different job classes do not share skill points anymore. Every skill class starts from 100 points after finishing the class missions. Some job class can equip one more weapon type. Some jobs have more powerful skills when equipping certain weapons. For example, when Martial Artist equipping with spears, spear skill 一闪突 is upgraded to 一闪突.改. 10. More content is listed in https://hiroba.dqx.jp/sc/topics/detail/c8067ad1937f728f51288b3eb986afaa/ Generally speaking, in version 5.0, it is much easier for new players to join this game, because they can skip most quests in Version 1-4 and focus on one or two favorite jobs.
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    I've made it my mission to take pictures with all the cats in the games. I have Veronica in the cat suit with the hero each time.
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    Favorites: I: Dragon Lord. Not many memorable characters in this game, really. The Dragon Lord is the only one with any real personality. So odd for me to say this. II: Princess of Moonbrooke: She's the only one I sympathized with. That game NEEDS party chat for a future release as she would have some great dialogue. III: The king who offers you his throne. This clown is great--he sees royal life for what it is: boring and thinks "hey, why do I have to do this? Let someone else! I'm headed to the casino and bunny girls!". Wholly irresponsible and immature as a character, yes, but I find him amusing nonetheless. IV: Alena: I LOVE her! My favorite female character of the saga. Such a loveable tomboy who keeps breaking her wall, giving her father heartburn, giving Brey a heart attack and worrying Cristo. I love their whole dynamic. Chapter 2 is among my favorites. God, I could list the entire cast of IV, really. I love Torneko, the hero, Ragnar, the sister who loves gambling... IV: Psaro: He's the most layered villain of the series by far. I actually somewhat sympathized with him. I loved how Chapter 6 improves his ending. He's not just some boring demon lord. V: Pankraz: Who wouldn't want this honorable man for a father? He's the one NPC of the series I'd love to see a spin-off/prequel for. They could base it on the years he was travelling with his son. VII: Maribel. Sorry, Platty. You and I agree on many things here but I must deviate from you on this one: I LOVE Maribel. I find her sassy attitude funny as hell. Downright adorable, even. She just calls it like she sees it. VIII: Yangus. I think most of us can agree here. Do I even need to elaborate? VIII: Trode...what more needs to be said? IX: Stella. In a game devoid of party chat, this fairy amuses me. I find her adorable. XI: Veronica. As others stated, she's like a refined Maribel. She's cute and looks even cuter when she's in a bad mood. I find the way she clings to the Luminary as her protector to be very sweet. XI: Erik. What a pal. He's like a less refined version of Henry from V but in a good way. XI: Sylvando. I find this flamboyant character to be quite amusing. Least Favorites: I: Princess Gwaelin: I hate her. She's almost entirely useless and seems to function as a clingy character who lives to love the hero. No redeeming qualities. No real personality. She's a corny character. II: Prince of Cannock: He might be the only character I list based on gameplay but I don't care--this guy is WEAK. No matter how you armor or level him he JUST...KEEPS...DYING. Ugh! Plus, I never forgave him for having to chase him all over to get him to join me. III: Kandar (To hell with "Robbin' 'Ood"--he's Kandar, dammit). He wipes out half my party and then begs for mercy like Dr. Wily each time...can't stand him. IV: Dragon King. This might shock some but allow me to explain: I am mixed on this character. The backstory of the game says the "Zenith King sent forth a lightning bolt that killed the woodcutter. He then took the Zenithian mother away". The dragon king was well-established was centuries. This "Zenith King" would have to be referring to the Dragon King. Who else? This dragon is responsible for orphaning the hero and all because his mother married a human. The mother was distraught in Zenithia (it's heavily implied to be your mother when you meet her). The dragon king ruined the hero's life in many ways and he must have felt guilty since, at the end, he revives his friend/love interest in the village. We also know that he changes his mode of thinking by the time of V. Still, I find it seriously screwed up how the Dragon King orphans the hero and then turns around and asks him to help defeat Psaro. He didn't need to KILL the woodcutter. This story always bothered me. Still does. V: Nera. She's not a bad character but she's boring. Stale, really. VI: Ugh...I don't like ANYONE in this game, really. I'll give it to Nevan because, like someone else said, no elaboration is necessary. VII: Hondura: I hate this drunken uncle. That is all. VIII: Charmles. Do I need to elaborate here? IX: Zenus: An underdeveloped Dragon King-like lunatic character. XI: Jasper: An underdeveloped character with flimsy characterization/motivations.
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    Got to L’Academie de Notre Maitre des Medailles (god I hate French and French accents) at last. I still love how eccentric the headmaster is. But what I love even more is that we get to hear that awesome Tokyo Metropolitan rendition of “Castle Trumpeter,” from DQ5 when on the school grounds during the day. I’m probably going to keep praising the use of the symphonic music with each piece I finally get to hear in symphonic form in game. Mainly it’s just nice to finally hear these songs I love so much in an actual Dragon Quest game instead of just listening to them from my iPod or the physical discs. I love it. Anyway, I’m thinking before I make the trek to Phnom Nonh I’m going to head to the valley east of the Medal Academy. I’m pretty sure one of the orbs is over there in that valley if I remember right, and, well, I’m not exactly excited to go back to Phnom Nonh.
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    Yeah, I’m glad Falcom does that for NG+. When I started a NG+ for Cold Steel 1 on my PS4 to see the first few chapters on the system (long story short, transferred my Vita save file to my PS4) I was surprised to see the point system allowed me to pick and choose. I did most everything I could while playing, so the only things I couldn’t access were a few things, but I was able to get my levels and equipment/items over for a Nightmare run. It was also great to see by playing fully through Cold Steel 1 I was able to get a number of bonuses when I transferred the complete data to Cold Steel 2 once I started it up. A game that ACTUALLY rewards you for playing through the previous entry and doing the side activities? Why don’t more series try to do that?!
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    Didn’t the 3DS version of VIII let you reset skill points from a skill tree? I know in the PS2 version once you made a decision you were stuck with it, but I thought they changed that in the 3DS version where at certain churches you could empty out one of the five skills of points and put them towards something else if you wanted to. I haven’t played the 3DS version of VIII for a long time so my memory is kind of fuzzy. I’m not opposed to how they handled it in VIII though. Every time I replay that game I go with a new weapon skill line for the characters, with the other points going into their unique skill sets. At some point I need to get back to the game and do a Boomerang/Club/Knives/Staves run. Probably go Fisticuffs with Red and...well, whatever the weakest of Morrie’s attack skill lines is.
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    This isn't a Grotto question though. It's a stat/character gameplay development question. I would say farm and get all character specific skill sets to max, for all the stat bonuses. So Guts, Courage, Enlightenment, etc. Those stat bonuses carry over between classes and stack with one another. After that, just keep grinding away until you get harder grottos, and I suggest using the Baramos map to gain access to harder maps. if you want to get the post-game quests (the bosses that come with them), and the legacy bosses that also come with them: or this: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/937281-dragon-quest-ix-sentinels-of-the-starry-skies/77723677 ...this is the better method if you can set your router to allow WEP encryption for a night...OR if you have a second router you can physically plug into your main router/gateway, then set that to WEP (or better yet, just whitelist only the DS Mac address), and use that for your DS.
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    The Manga adaptation of DQVII claims that it is set in a far future of DQII. Kiefer being the descendant of DQII's Prince of Midenhall. The game also hints that since you can find a sword reaaally similar to Erdrick's sword (having the same stats too) in Melyor's Castle. If I recall correctly -which may not be the case-, in DQVIII the God Bird, Empyrea, says that she is known as Ramia in another world. Ramia being the God Bird that hatches in DQIII. Then again, the God Bird design changes from games to its remakes, making it rather difficult to know for sure what's canon. Like, the GBC remake of DQIII depicts Ramia as a peacock-like bird, while any other representation of her depicts her as she appears in DQVIII (and the Battle Road series game). I'd even say that the Joker series is happening in a far future of DQVII (since, as aforementioned, it'd happen centuries after DQII). Description of some monsters, like Atlas ("Once opposed a certain trio of warriors while in the service of Hargon"), Dargonlord ("This monarch spoken in ancient lore was once bested by the legendary dragon warrior") or Orgodemir ("In ages past, he sought to become a god") makes it sounds as if those games (DQI, II, III, and VII) happened ages ago, but in this world. There are even pieces of evidence as to why the Joker series is not happening in a far future of the Zenith trilogy with the description of the Alabast Dragon: "This regal deity is known as the Zenith dragon on another plane of existence"). Plus, the "Tachyon Sphere" if I recall, if very similar in its design to the sphere of light's seen in DQIII and I. Tho of course, it could simply easter eggs of nodes to previous games.
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    Got some stuff delivered from a couple amazing members of the Den. @Plattym3 made some of my favorite sprite work in perler beads. The GBC sprites are the party I had when I finished my first playthrough. The glasses are from @Michi as well as that other thing . I have wanted something signed by Yuji Hori for the longest time. This signed game is now the prized possession in my collection and I will treasure it for the rest of my life. I know Platty is here every day but, Michi when you come back I hope you know how much I appreciate you both. I sent you both messages separately on various social medias but I want everyone in the fandom to know how big of stars you are to me. Thank you both for everything.
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    They say he’s named his home the Kim Jong-Womb, because it reminds him of the comfort and safety of where he came from.
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    Yeah, it was quite the spectacle!
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    Kim Jong-un could never beat a DQ game as a kid, so he banished them from ever being available digitally. The physical copies are black market goods...🤫
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    I started in on this game on PS4 (trial version) several weeks ago and have struggled a little here and there with the obvious language barrier and lack of English info online. I know I know there are plenty of YouTube videos chronicling this game but I find it more difficult, more time consuming and less satisfying to sit and watch someone play for an hour and then repeat in my own playthrough. So as i've been playing through the game i've been writing down what i've done so far so that friends/whomever might be interested will have an (somewhat rough) idea of what to do for the main storyline. So far I have the offline part and following the Elf story through creation of the character until I have the first key emblem. I do not intend to create a complete players guide from this. It will not include crafting, chest/item locations, equipment/job/skill/party recommendations, quest info. What it will have is a no frills way to complete the main quests in order to advance the storyline. What this is intended to do is help the non-Japanese speaking/reading player complete the main game with minimal confusion. With that said I will include English explanations of certain things which have essentially been 'figured out' by me based on trial and error, Google Translate and a 30 year knowledge of the series. It will not be a literal translation and any 'story notes' will be my own delightfully ham-fisted attempt to determine what I think is happening during cutscenes. I guess the main reason for posting this is to ask if anyone is interested and if this would be useful to anyone. If so I will consider keeping the format to something that makes sense to the random player and continue to take notes as I work through the story. Eventually I may have something significant enough to post on Gamefaqs or the like.
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    Eye'm glad to hear that!
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    Not really. From my understanding, a lot of it has to do with laws. Nintendo really doesn't have a branch for Asia. So it is far easier for them to avoid the legality of selling digital in China by simply exporting physical copies instead of setting up an eShop. It is far easier in terms of legality to just send out copies instead of setting up an online store for that region. Hong Kong technically does have an eShop, but you have to purchase the codes on their website, and then redeem it on the eShop. So it is download codes only. I heard it was the same with Korea. A lot of people in these regions just use US or Japan Nintendo accounts to bypass this.
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    I was hoping you were going to chime in on this one even though I didn't want to just come out and say: "Can you chime in here, Ignasia?" LOL! Thank you for such a detailed explanation! I was especially intrigued with what you said about the Heliodor map and the DQV / DQVI hue variances/swaps. Interesting... I'm glad you brought the bongos up because I definitely noticed they were harder last night. Seems they continued to respawn/call for help in several battles. I really appreciate all these changes they've made because, all in all, the overall battles feel a BIT more difficult in 2D mode, not that I'm complaining. You've brought up some intriguing details that only make me love 2D mode even more. If you can think of any other info on 2D for this game I'd be more than happy to read it.
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    Played a whole bunch this weekend and got up to the silver orb. The game is flawless and when I start playing it I can't stop. Like...every other game I was playing is stopped now. Gonna be hard when The Outer Worlds comes out Friday and I have to juggle the two. I don't want to put XIS down but I've been looking forward to The Outer Worlds since it was announced.
  19. 1 point
    Maybe it's just me, but I love how self-aware the game is about how polarising the Luminary's hair style is.
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    Correct. It wasn't "bad", it just wasn't really very necessary or a part of the game at all. I enjoyed Harvest Moon many many moons ago (late 90s, early 00's) and when the original Rune Factory came out, it was a pre-order and day 1 play for me. Hooked ever since. Heck, all Fantasy Life had to do was look like Rune Factory minus farming and I pre-ordered and sunk 120ish hours into that as well. I'm a sucker for simplistic combat like that.
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    I have grown to appreciate the "farming" genre of games in recent years. I have played some of the older Harvest Moon games in the past. But as I get older and have more responsibilities I have been drawn more to these games. They are so easy to just relax and play, and even with the combat in RF3 I really didn't feel stressed. One thing I do regret is not taking my friend's suggestion in getting the Rune Factory games 10 years ago. I have close to 500 hours on Stardew Valley alone, and that has a big part with the modding community. But I do agree with you on the combat with the game. I have nothing against the combat system itself, but more of the lack of content associated with it. No bosses. Easy enemies. Weapons only are used to clear floors faster. I just felt like the game is better off not having the combat in it at all to begin with.
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    A perfect metaphor for real life combat.
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    So I logged into my CA account on a device with no other Google accts on it, set my VPN to Canada and I was able to Pre-Register!
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    6 year-old Plattym4 spent time today explaining specifically what I was doing wrong with certain items in Smash. Don't hit the fake ball or you'll go boom boom
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    Crud. That reminds me, I'm 5 hours into part 3. Fun game! I was actually considering getting the follow-ups on the Wii U Virtual Console down the line because I played the original voraciously. Get Explorers of Time/Darkness/Sky. In my opinion, they’re the best narrative storytelling in all of Pokemon.
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    Finished the martial arts tournament today. I hadn't played IV the first time I played XI so hearing the battle theme in the arena battles was fun. Hell, I had only played I II, VIII, and IX by the time I played XI the first time. I only have VII left to play now so I'll be much more aware of the series nods and homages XI has.
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    I posted it on Twitter so Platty will be seeing this again but...JPRGs gotta cut it out with the "20 hours until it's good" stuff. Finally got to the good parts of Ni no Kuni. I played XIS as well but that game is a masterclass in JRPGs and video games in general.
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    i Agree that WOULD Be amazing; though Combination Attacks are admittedly more of a Chrono Trigger Staple instead of a Dragon Quest one(though one other than myself COULD argue that Pep Powers are basically Combination Attacks or Chrono Trigger Double & Triple Techs) and yeah, I Agree; I'd Love to see more Cross-game Interactions; Like Say How The Other characters would react to Sylvando's VERY Effeminate nature, or Alena's Reaction to Jade also being a warrior Princess, How everyone else would react to Jade's Re-Vamp Curse; Everyone's Reactions to Lizzie being affectionate towards Terry; there's so much possibilities for how each character can react to other characters, like comparing & contrasting, reactionary humor about how Characters react to certain other characters
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    Grabbed Layers of Fear for like $4. And The World Next Door for $3. Currently playing the last season of The Walking Dead game after totally skipping New Frontier, which I heard is pretty bad. Pretty much every day though is me trying to distract myself until MediEvil comes out next week.
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    That was a bit confusing to find out. I figured if any country would get a physical release it was be Japan.
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    I didn’t get the full day off I was hoping to today as I had to go in and cover a few hours at work since a co-worker’s dad passed away, but when I got home I was very surprised to find that this bad boy arrived in the mail! It’s the Cuphead vinyl soundtrack I won! I love the artwork on front and back, as pictured above. The characters getting into the groove of the music is great, and some unreleased solos being a part of the vinyl is awesome. I can’t wait to listen to it!
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    Finished the Super Boss earlier this morning. Damn that was fun. Kinda felt bad that I "cheesed" it. But judging on what people are saying about the fight, it is pretty much a requirement to do the fight. Unless you want to spend countless hours farming seeds. Was thinking of unlocking all the new costumes, but I went against it since I really don't think it is worth it. But I did see a full list of the new costumes and some of them look really good. I have pretty much experienced all the new content that was offered in 3D. Time to move on to a second playthrough. I started up my 2D playthrough right away. Only managed to get through all of Heliodor. I knew that areas where changed to support 2D. But I didn't expect THAT much to be changed. It is pretty much playing a different game. Pretty glad I went with a separate playthrough for it. Even items and item locations are completely different. So it is a nice change after plaything 3D a couple times. I am also going with a Draconic run with it as well. I only turned on No Shops, Super Shy, and No EXP on weaker monsters. I wanted to aim for a more relaxing playthrough before I attempt full Draconic. Should have turned on the silly dialogue, but I am not worried about it. As much as I love the symphonic, I had to turn it off while in 2D. Just didn't feel right to play 2D with it on.
  37. 1 point
    Somebody inform Reddit and Twitter. Better downvote that person to prove them wrong! That will show em!
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    My surgeon said my face is healed. Another step done!
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    Finally got my hands on the green orb, so only 3 more to go. I kind of don’t want to leave the town you get the green orb in only because it has “Saint’s Wreath,” playing. I knew the symphonic form of the song would be beautiful for this town. Of course, I also think like Rab and am happy with this “paradise,” if you know what I mean... 😏 Anyway, I’ll probably do some exploring now that I can reach new areas of the ocean and will head to Phnom Nonh next. I really hope the boss of that area will be easier to fight now than it was the first time I played the game. At least I now have the knowledge on what to expect from that fight with stronger enemies on.
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    Doesn’t look like my kind of game. Plus I still have a #$*! ton of RPGs I need to finish anyway, like DQ11 S, Etrian Odyssey Nexus, Trails of Cold Steel 2... And I still need to play DQ Builders 2, I’ve barely played my Genesis Mini, I need to finish Breath of the Wild...sorry, but Battlechasers won’t be a purchase now or the near future. Maybe at some point if there’s a good sale I’ll consider it, but the gameplay I’ve watched didn’t really grab my interest. If anything, seeing the game in action makes me want to get Darkest Dungeon for my Switch.
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    To celebrate the upcoming Legend of the Ancient Dragon expansion, I thought I'd post this topic detailing everything I know about DQX's story. Beware of spoilers. So, our story takes place in the world of Astoltia, known for its 6 main areas: Ogreed, Eltona, Dwachakka, Puku Land, the Wena Islands, and Rendashia. We start off as a random Human (we'll call him/her X) living in Etene, a small village in Rendashia. One day, the village is attacked by a strange guy with a scythe who calls himself Hades Nelgel. Wanting to get rid of a prophecied "heaven-sent child," the jerk burns down the village, kills everyone (including X), and seals Rendashia in a dark barrier. However, thanks to the power of a magic flower X had at the time, (s)he is brought back to life in the body of a random corpse that just recently died. (The Ogre froze to death. The Weddie was killed in a sword fight that was supposed to be a friendly spar. The Elf.....misfired a death spell? Someone correct that for me. The Puklipo......woke up in his/her coffin in a carriage. I'm pretty sure the dialogue did some explaining, but I can't read Japanese. The Dwarf........I don't know. I can't find the intro scene for Dwarves anywhere.) After some adventuring, X meets a sage who claims that he can help, but only after X gathers 6 sacred emblems. X does so, but is constantly tortured by visions of Hades Nelgel taunting him/her from afar. When the sage fails to break through the barrier, he tries to find help from a gal named Furukka, but she's a failure in whatever she does. Desperate, the sage pulls X from his/her body, which results in him/her meeting the corpse's original owner. X learns that the only thing that can penetrate Hades Nelgel's barrier is the Ark of the Heavens, a sacred vessel that was last seen 500 years ago. X travels back in time, witnesses some political problems between the Ogres and Humans, and despite defeating a demon named Razban, is unable to foil his ultimate plan (bringing Hades Nelgel to life). X finally makes it past the barrier, and climbs to Hades Nelgel's throne room, but doesn't account for the final trick up his sleeve. However, the trap fails, and the two finally battle square off, mano a mano. X wins and manages to escape, but Hades Nelgel's barrier remains intact. Using a magic compass, X makes it through the barrier into Rendashia, where (s)he has to find a "sleeping hero" who should, in theory, be able to ultimately destroy the barrier. On the way, X meets an (amnesiac?) girl who is trying to head to the kingdom of Gran Zedora. However, the road is blocked off to anyone who doesn't have 3 sacred butterflies, compliments of Princess Anlucea. X rounds up the butterflies, and meets the princess, who is actually an imposter, with the girl from earlier being the real Anlucea. The rest is mostly my guessing, but..........Anlucea turns out to be the "sleeping hero," and helps you defeat Hades Nelgel's boss, Great Satan Madesagora. If you have stuff to add here, don't be shy to post.
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    I'm posting the questions and answers here from a conversation with Alexandrious over the messaging system. Feel free to add your own questions and I will try to answer them. Warning: I have avoided mentioning story based spoilers, but videos linked here do contain spoilers. As far as game story layout, I give a vague overview of it, so if you are extremely strict on yourself with spoilers you might want to skip over those questions. UPDATE: 4/23/2013 Added Questions 68-72 2/15/2013 Added Questions 66-67 2/5/2013 Added questions 60-65. 1/13/2013 Added a new question from PantheonSasuke. 1/12/2013 Added questions 50-59 1/10/2013 8:15 PST Added questions 41-49. 1/8/2013 7:00pm PST Added questions 37-40 and a sewing video for the answer to question 23. First time actively leveling it does depend on who you are leveling with. I think it took me about a month to get up to level 50 when the level cap was raised. Each time they raise the cap it takes about a week to reach the cap. I could be at level 60 now but I am holding back at the moment, so that I can enjoy my favorite classes for boss battles longer. Yes. They eat into some of your experience but on the whole they tend to make up for it in the speed that they can kill enemies with a lot of experience. Teams will be able to do more in the future, but yes they have a chat, yes they have a window listing people in the team and who is online. I believe the limit is 200 people. You only do the quest to have access to intense training. After that you then have the ability to go into "Intense Training Mode" when you are level 50, which allows you to earn training points when you fight monsters that are stronger than you instead of receiving experience. 1000 Training points gives you 1 skill point. It is complete in the way that DQIX was complete when you defeated "Corvus". There is obviously loose strings, and another demon lord is certainly out there somewhere, but there is no information about them other than the fact that everything isn't back to peace even though the big bad has been defeated. You could probably manage at level 35. A few levels earlier or later depending on how you go about it and who you are with. I do not think that people tend to use Paladins for AI that much. They aren't as good for leveling as say a Thief with claws or a Priest with a Pole. 22 hours. And you can max carry 20, and max saved up time is 440 hours. Yes. The calculation for how much you get is 25% of the experience and gold from battles you participate in. This is calculated from the person who uses you the most.There is also an upper limit based on the amount of experience between the level you are currently and the amount needed from that to the next level (not the current amount you need). x .1 X The amount of time you were used. Genkidama are a compeltly seprate system. You get double the experience and gold from battles that you start within 30 minutes of activating one.
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    Just got to Octagonia, I'll see if I can't find that recipe anywhere. More about tickington:
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    You either need to go and buy/win a Butterfly Knife around Hotto, get the Batterfly Knife recipe in Octogonia, or get the Assassin’s Dagger in the cavern below Octogonia.
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    I played a few minutes of 1 and 2 but have gotten up to the ship in 3. 3 is my favorite in the series so I'll play it on any system I can. I was initially disappointed with the enemy designs but I like them now, they look good. The character sprites look a little off but I can deal with it.
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    I guess I missed this topic, I will have to show this to my son, he has done a lot of tinkering with Famitraker
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    Wow, these sound really authentic! Great job!
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    Ramia and the orbs you need to gather heavily hint at it. Erdrick’s token is supposedly designed after Ramia.
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    Odd thing to be "proud" of. You play it on the system you have. If you have both, whatever, play it on what you want.
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