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Chanticleer Hegemony

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  1. At least for DQM2, I believe the mermaid monster masters in the Tower of Mistletoe have a low chance of giving you a rainbow egg if you beat them.

    Meanwhile, the mad mollusks near where Orligon/Stalagosaur usually sleeps have a low chance of dropping eggs.

    Again, I haven't bothered to test them out in the game, so I may be a bit off.

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  2. On 5/30/2021 at 4:11 PM, KiTA said:

    Peeking at the untranslated files, they mostly mention... a Dai no Daibouken collab?  Where did these files come from?  Did they really plan for a Dai collab back in 1.3?  That was before they even announced the Dai anime remake isn't it?

     

    This is before they announced the Dai remake, and yes, they're available in the game.

    Though only via Wi-Fi.

  3. Sorry for the necropost yet again; it's like I'm the only one on these forums who still actively plays this game (untranslated, may I add) on a semi-regular basis.

    The 3D translation's been completed a few months ago, and I'm happy for those of you who get to experience it in a language they can understand.

    Meanwhile, on my physical 3DS copy, I'm still trying to get V-long, and I have more demon books and Guest-tagged StreetPass-scouted monsters than I know what to do.

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  4. Just create some keys with any of the following titles:   

    First half (Material family)
     ゆらめく (Shimmering), もえる (Burning), まばゆい (Dazzling), かがやく (Shining)

    Second half (has a chance of being gifted an S-rank monster):

     ニワトリ (Chicken), かあさん (Mother), 神官 (Priest), 阿修羅 (Asura), 月影 (Moon Shadow)

    Any combination of titles (eg. もえるニワトリ (Burning Chicken)) should grant you a key with the chance to receive an extreme killing machine as a gift monster.

    If it doesn't have the desired monster by the time you complete the mission on the key world, just reload from your last save file and pray to the Almighty it shows up.

    A platinum key I believe is the most reliable way of getting one, although it's been a while since I last played it, so I don't know for sure.

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  5. This guide served me well during my playthrough:

    https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/3ds/726426-dragon-quest-monsters-2-iru-to-ruka-no-fushigi-na-fushigi-na/faqs/71935

    And I hope you'll have the same experience with it as I did.

    A few minor errors, such as the moosifer (anklehorn) being confused with the very similar-looking abullddon, but nothing that'll necessarily ruin the experience.

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  6. Finally got the slider king, and all I had to do was reset my 130th won StreetPass battle until it was offered to me as a reward. Now, only V-long remains.

    Anyway, here's a set of monster stats, for old time's sake.

    スライダーキング/Slider king
    Rank SS/Slime Family/Size 3
    Skillset: Cleric
    Traits:
    ギガボディ/Giga Body/Grand Slammer (normal and slash-type attacks strike all enemies, and damage dealt by skills and abilities increases)
    AI 2回行動/Double Trouble (attacks twice in a row, even when directly given an order; exceptions include the "defend" order or when certain attacks (eg. Mercurial Thrust, Selflessness) are used)
    れんぞく/Hit Squad 3
    メタルキラー/Metal Killer (reduces Metal Body traits by one level: Super-Hard Metal>Hard Metal>Metal>Light Metal)
    ギガキラー/Giga Killer/Giant Killer (deals extra damage to Big Hitter and Grand Slammer monsters)
    ギャンブルカウンターGamble Counter/Perilous Counterstriker (will usually take more damage, but can counterattack)
    くじけぬ心/Close Scraper (enables monster to survive fatal damage with 1HP) (+50)
    スタンダードキラー/Standard Killer (deals extra damage to Small Body and Standard Body monsters) (rebirth trait)
    How to obtain: Random StreetPass reward for every 10 wins after winning 60 StreetPass battles
    HP: 2304
    MP: 608
    ATK: 722
    DEF: 476
    AGI: 880
    WIS: 493
    As always, feel free to comment, or at least as much as a necroposted thread will allow.

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  7. Pardon the necropost again, but I finally got Captain Crow and nearly filled out all monster families.

    Now the only ones I have left are chocolate golem, slider king, egg-en-ciel, and V-long, and getting everything except slider king may require lots of Wi-Fi battles.

    EDIT: Regarding the ones I'm missing and their requirements, as far as I know:

    V-long, egg-en-ciel: These were given out through long-defunct events. V-long was given out by code in the April 2014 issue of V-Jump, meaning the codes are most likely expired by now, while egg-en-ciel was given out in a collaboration event between DQM23D and Super Light, and required a Square Enix account and some way to link the two games to the account. 
    Both can potentially be hatched from rainbow and gold(?) StreetPass Dream Eggs when the players having said monsters pass by you, although whether the slots will be filled with the desired monster is another story. Since they cannot be scouted due to their rank, this is currently the only legitimate means to get V-long and egg-en-ciel. Good luck finding a player who has one or the other!
    Chocolate golem: From what I understand, the StreetPassed player (whether fought on Wi-Fi or on the rare occasion you actually StreetPassed them) has to have SQEX (golem x2, chocolate golem) registered in order for the latter to show up.
    Slider king: To the best of my knowledge, it may be related to StreetPass wins or matches.
     

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  8. Alola Dex completed!

    And to think that blasted Goodra would be the last one I needed, and additionally, had to level up (with the aid of Poni Plains Chansey/Blissey encounters), since I could find no good GTS offers for it.

    Now that I have the Shiny Charm, I kinda want to breed Chikoritas and Wonder Trade them until I get a shiny one.

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  9. So in light of the National Dex announcement, I've decided to complete the Alola Dex in Ultra Sun, which will also serve as an archive of sorts for events and old party members since Black 2 and so on.

    So far, nearly all the remaining pages have been filled by GTS trading, although I did have to actively evolve some boxed 'mons.

    First time I've actively tried to fill a regional dex since Emerald, and I just need six Pokemon for a complete Hoenn dex.

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  10. For PS games, I just buy whatever interests me on a gameplay standpoint or some other, or if I hear it's a particularly good game and I'm interested in checking it out, not caring whether it has gorgeous settings or just upscaled assets, be it God of War or Neptunia.

    And even B-list games can be high quality, too, so I'm not buying that implication that Sony's giving us.

  11. On 6/26/2019 at 12:46 PM, cprmauldin said:

    Hmmm... maybe I should finally play this. I only beat the first one. 

     

    I'm gonna head over to Amazon and check out prices. 

    I do believe it can be acquired rather cheaply used at Amazon (which is how I got my copy), although last time I checked, $50-ish is what the recommended price was for new specimens.

    It's honestly my favourite out of all the Monsters games since vanilla!Joker 2, so I do recommend you check it out, if you have a Japanese region 3DS or its variations over the years.

  12. I apologize for the necropost again.

    Aaaaand I just realized Mortamor is back in his Joker 2 form instead of the individual modes and hands.

    Anyway, here's some more monster stats:

    ゾーマズデビル/Zoma's Devil

    Rank A/Size 1/??? Family

    Skillset: Zoma

    Traits:

    スモールボディ/Small Body (dodges attacks sometimes due to its small size; also acts as a version of Early Bird)

    闇の衣/Dark Cloth (reduces damage taken to 3/4, although light-type attack resistance is changed to weakness (cannot be changed by Light Ward))

    いてつくはどう/Disruptive Wave (during battle, may fire off Disruptive Wave (neutralizes nearly all positive effects; negative effects remain unaffected)) 

    氷結ブレイク/Freeze Break/Crafty Chiller (resistance to ice-type attacks is lowered by two stages; has no effect on monsters who are at least immune to ice) (when upgraded to Big Hitter)

    氷結系のコツ/Icemeister (ice-type effects increase by 15%; MP consumption of ice-type skills is halved) (when upgraded to Grand Slammer)

    聖賢/Hallowed Wisdom (reduces spell resistance by 1 stage; has no effect on monsters who are at least immune to the spell used) (when upgraded to Super Giga Body/Base Breaker)

    AI 1~2回行動/Tactical Trooper (will attack 1-2 times a turn, even when given a direct order; exceptions include the "defend" order and when certain skills are used) (+25 or more)

    ときどき赤い霧/Occasional Red Fog (will occasionally fire off Red Fog (seals off all slash attacks for a few turns)) (+50 or more)

    光のはどう/Wave of Relief (removes most ailments from all allies) (+100 or more)

    超いてつくはどう/Super Disruptive Wave (on even-numbered turns, this monster may fire off Disruptive Wave (see above for this skill's description)) (combination trait)

    How to obtain: Starter monster (that, or transfer from DQM2 in the post-game)

    HP: 1800

    MP: 750

    ATK: 500

    DEF: 690

    AGI: 660

    WIS: 1300

    Feel free to comment.

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  13. So..  I was wondering if I could be of any assistance to you, mjhopkins81.

    Mainly concerning alternate names for monsters which have not yet received official translations (and those listed on the database, like baboon beast and dark robot slime, I don't think have ever been used in official English-language media).

    I did something similar to that list once, but stalled numerous times and eventually had to cease when I heard just now that you were working on it.

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