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Sackchief last won the day on May 1

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  • Birthday 08/03/1995

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    Dragon Quest, PlayStation Vita, PS4, 3DS, Pokémon, Game Collecting, Piplup, Japan, Hyperdimension Neptunia, Senran Kagura, Dragon Ball

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    Dragon Warrior I (NES)
    Dragon Warrior IV (NES)
    Dragon Warrior VII (PSX)
    Dragon Quest VIII (PS2)
    Dragon Quest IX (DS)
    Dragon Quest XI (N3DS/PS4)
    Dragon Warrior I (GBC)
    Dragon Warrior II (GBC)
    Dragon Warrior III (GBC)
    Dragon Quest IV (DS)
    Dragon Quest V (DS)
    Dragon Quest VI (DS)
    Dragon Quest VII (3DS)
    Dragon Quest I (Android/iOS)
    Dragon Quest IV (Android/iOS)
    Dragon Quest V (Android/iOS)
    Dragon Quest VIII (Android/iOS)
    Dragon Quest VIII (3DS)
    DQ Heroes (PS4)
    DQ Heroes II (PS4)
    DQ Builders (PS4)
    DQ Builders (Vita)
    DW Monsters (GBC)
    DW Monsters 2 (GBC)
    DQ Monsters Joker (DS)
    DQ Monsters Joker 2 (DS)
    DQ Monsters Joker 3 (3DS)
    DQ Monsters Joker 2 Pro (DS)
    Dragon Quest X - Odekake Moshasu de Battle (3DS)

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  1. Hey guys. I noticed a really old topic here on the den where folks were trying to find out who the artist behind the Dragon Warrior NES cover art was. This info was elusive for a while, but I finally managed to track him down. His name is Chris Hopkins, he’s a painter from Washington who has done a lot of interesting work over the years. He did the theme art for three separate Super Bowls and the main poster for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom among many other projects. I talked to him about his work and the DQ games he did art for. He said in a previous conversation that he only did the art for DW3 and DW4, so we still don’t know who did the art for the first two games. He was given instructions by a Japanese man from Enix along with a translator and they gave him samples of Toriyama’s work to base his paintings off of. Please check my full interview with him out, I worked very hard on it.
  2. The franchise is goddamn superpower in Japan. [emoji123][emoji123][emoji123] That’s my boiii.
  3. I totally expected Mordegon to be a demon like most DQ villains, so when you find out he was actually human and Erdwin’s best friend I was a bit mindblown. I don’t really like Calasmos all that much though, but the foreshadowing leading up to Calasmos was brilliant. The game tricked you into thinking the “Dark One” was Mordegon when it actually wasn’t. The only hint is the painting in Arboria of Calasmos.
  4. Man, the amount of times today I've seen people say "DQ without Toriyama isn't DQ" is astounding. The movie still has traces of his art throughout and DQ is much more than Toriyama these guys aren't realizing. The first seven games were mostly pixelated. He only did concept art that the monsters and world would end up being based off of. Look at the Sabrecat, the Killing Machines and the Slime in the trailer and tell me they don't look exactly like the ones Toriyama drew. I'm really glad the characters don't have manga faces, but its still retaining Toriyama's art.
  5. I wish I had the time. I'll definitely test out DWII and DWIII though when that gets started.
  6. I'm going to get a DQXI Edition of Lost Time and a Bring Arts Luminary figure.
  7. Welp two for two. I can officially say that I have won EVERY DQ contest now lol.
  8. This has potential: http://www.infiniteneslives.com/nesmaker.php
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