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Mefista last won the day on August 10 2018

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  1. Same, but he seems to be more of a Hargon figure to Madesagora. Wiki lists him as DQX act 1 boss. Besides, I just find his design displeasingly cluttered for a humanoid demon.
  2. Why the fresh hell does Nelgel keep appearing alongside proper bosses... Atleast they understand his monster form is idiotic-looking.
  3. Probably that's why it's this type that went on to be used in DQM, despite the butt-ugly coloring.
  4. DQ8 ones actually predate THOSE ones, so no The word itself has existed for a while, but I am still baffled they chose it instead of something more fitting, tho. Then again, their japanese names are pretty nonsensical (knock hip, and green one is jambalayan) .
  5. *nods* I see. VIII had Hipsters as the one worthy addition to the series...and then DQM version got cartooned-up in the dumb way T_T Wow, that's cool to know! @everyone spamming up the tread: shame on you!
  6. Ooh, thanks! Now I wonder if it's intentionally so, and these monsters are supposed to show Orgodemir's, heh, creativity (wasn't it somewhat canon that various demon lords have their own servants, instead of all monsters being under whomever?), or if it simply was thought they are too out there cartoony to fit anything but a 'mon' setting.
  7. I just saw a post on tumblr about the Grimoire monster never reappearing in a mainline DQ game (and what Monsters has is similar, but diffirent). Are there any other monsters with such distinction?
  8. *headboops* Nerd :P

  9. Who's the guy in your avatar?

    1. Democrobot


      It's me. You just can't tell

    2. Mefista


      I see I am on some kinda god-tier level of "being mistaken for a guy" if even drawings suffer from that))) Cause it's, uh, me. Specifically, my monstersona cobbled together from Heroes Of Might And Magic II sprites.

  10. That the person who made it is twelve and should get the concept of escapism explained to them, preferably slowly and with pictures. Also probably only played newest parts.
  11. It also manages to piss over EVERY SINGLE religion that isn't shinto. I don't get bothered by "naming random monsters whatever" stuff in JRPGS, but here, they are literally supposed to be genuine deal, which rubs me the wrong way. Yes, this, this. In the end, even "ambigious" things are either good or evil (you can count all pros and cons to determine). Also, adressing the part I cut for lenght, "complex" villains often end plain more "relatable" to fans, who then proceed to find excuses for every single villainous thing aforementioned villain did, which is stupid (sort of like trying to excuse Hitler because people disliked his art and made fun of his looks). That's why I like Orgodemir - he's literally funky take on Satan who tortures and sows disorder for fun, nothing more, nothing less.
  12. The only time I saw a negative comment on GameFAQs that was to the point was on VOLFOSS (amazing design, but horrible game) and among the lines of "Years passed, and I still do not understand the japanese in this game" (I myself know 0 japanese, but seems to be the case). If game's anything atleast mildly well-known, it's bile all the way in comments.
  13. It has the most unappealing* cast in the story of DQ, so can relate. *to me
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