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Florrie

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    Dragon Quest V (DS)
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  1. Necropost on my own thread - FYI the updated URL is this, since I changed my GitHub username a while ago. (I haven't had a device with the game on it since not long after I started, so I haven't really had the chance to work on this much more since I started.) (Also 4/13 post date, N1C3.)
  2. I'm curious how they managed to loop the symphonic tracks. I'm no audio whiz, but it seems like it would be kind of difficult to make smoothly looping versions of real-world orchestral recordings like that. (I guess you can say "DQ8 did it!", but still.. how did it do it??!)
  3. The Death Mask gives +200 defense to a character(!), but causes confusion, so it's basically useless. But the Lucida Shard apparently can cure confusion when used as an item. I really doubt it would actually work on the effect of the Death Mask, but.. maybe.. I have just got to know, but I don't think my save has access to a Lucida Shard! It looks like they're only sold at level 3 of the Pioneer Town, and, well, I've got a stage five pioneer town. Oops.
  4. I fought Estark up to Lv. 40 and unlocked Borya.. then looked at the requirements for the DLC quest related to him. Apparently you need to have all of Borya's outfit equipped. That means three things: His clothes, gotten from talking to him at the inn. His wig, gotten from talking to him on your birthday. His shoes, gotten once the inn has been fully upgraded. The first one is obviously very easy - now that I've cheat-unlocked Borya from leveling Estark to 40, I've got a set of his robes. His wig either means cheating and setting my birthday to today (or the DS date to my birthday), or waiting for my actual birthday. (Come to think of it, I wonder how that works in DeSmuME? - My cart nigh-died so I'm using an emulator now.) I'm inclined to wait for my birthday, but that's obviously less than a year from now. The hard one is getting his shoes, which requires fully upgrading the inn - that is, finding real-world multiplayer guests. I can put the game on a different DS cart, so the emulator's not a problem - the problem is finding 30 people who own DQ9. Realistically, I will never do this in real life. Therefore.. how can I recruit guests? The DQ9 save data editor has a section to cheat in guests, which is the only realistic option here. The problem is, I don't want to cheat in random people - I'd rather add other real DQ9 players. I just have no idea how to actually do this. A forum thread somewhere - probably here on Woodus, since old topics don't get automatically closed - where people share info about their hero characters (like equipment, name, etc) is probably the most fun thing, but it'd take really really really really long to wait for 30 people to stumble across the topic and bother to share their hero details. Less than finding 30 people in real life, probably, but still a long time. Another option is to just take save files that were already uploaded throughout various sites, but that seems awfully boring and fake - I'd rather fill my inn with people who have, in some way, innteracted with me. (Um. No pun intended. That is a typo.) The other altogether different option is faking DQVC items, which is probably the least fake thing to do, except I don't have a list of the actual items sold per week. I only know Borya's shoes are sold there because of this GameFAQs post. Does anybody know where I can find a list of what was sold and when? I thought I might have seen a list at one point, but I can't find it anymore.
  5. I suddenly am sad to realize I wasted forty-five minutes leveling up Zoma when I don't have any characters assigned to him. Oh well. The two pairs of Aliahan gloves I got are cute anyways.
  6. I finally saved up 200k DQ4 casino tokens for the gospel ring... only to find it costs 250k. This task is really a test of patience..!

  7. I'm curious if the party members have anything to say about this character in the mobile versions? (My iPad with DQ4 died ages ago..) DQ localization is always great for this sort of attention to detail!
  8. I was just exploring the towns in the DS remake of DQ IV and l found a.. "fortune teller" lady?.. in the upstairs of the bar in Laissez Fayre. I guess this is DQ IV's version of the puff-puff - cute! She wouldn't do the thing with Meena, though.
  9. Thanks for this mini-guide! It's definitely interesting to see how it worked back then (although I'll stick to my plan since it gives a bit more to do, post-game).
  10. Do note that you can't download any of the DLC stuff on a normal DS, either, since the Nintendo WFC service (which the DLC basically ran on) shut down ages ago. But that doesn't have anything to do with DQIX's multiplayer, which still works as well as it ever did.
  11. Per the PSN blog, if you preorder the digital release now, you'll get a PS4 theme right away, plus some DLC items later: fifteen seeds of skill, a vest for success, and three über agates of evolution. ..Über agates of evolution. As if the usual agates weren't rare enough!
  12. Okay, I'm sure y'all have seen this already, but HYPE! Release date plus a little localized-version footage and discussion included in link btw. http://ca.ign.com/articles/2018/03/28/dragon-quest-11-expertbeginner-double-preview

  13. I grinded all my (main) characters up to 100 in every vocation-specific skill pool over the last couple days (using the slime hill trick). Now that they're effectively at the top of their stats (besides Kiryl and Meena, who aren't quite level 99 in their primary vocations), there's not really grinding left to do, and my focus can be solely on strategy against higher levels of the legacy bosses. Yay! (I've used this system to unlock Alena so far, btw.) Just for fun, here's the table I used to prioritize which vocation-skills I wanted to level each character in first. Although since I just ended up grinding all the way to the top in each vocation, it wasn't entirely necessary!
  14. Oh, interesting - apparently Orgodemir has this same move!
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