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Everything posted by Xiggy

  1. Kind of a necropost, but boy do I love timeline theories! 0. The universe is created. We don’t have any clue of the actual creation, which means it could be a regular Big-Bang or something more “god-made”. Either way, this resulted in a fully livable universe, with suns, stars, and planets. The concepts of space, time, light and darkness must have been created at the very beginning of the universe too. 1. At some point, god-like beings like Azurozoma and Genosidoh must have lose their powers somehow and revert to their known iterations: Zoma and Sidoh/Malr
  2. I for one, believe that VI, IV and V are the same world. I mean, besides Zenith Castle, and Zenith Dragon, in VI you can put people from the futur (cast of IV) or from the distant futur (cast of V) in a town. That aside, it was clearly said, if I recall correctly, that the bride you choose in V is a descendant of Solo/Sofia from IV. And in the PSx version of IV you can see an ancestor of Rodrigo Briscoleti in the immigrant town. The games are just separated buy a thousand years each. Tho I agree that the Roto timeline is much more easy to follow.
  3. Pas de soucis, on s'en occupe ! o7 Playing an offline version of DQX is what I've been wanting since the game initial release. It'd be easy : just add the possibility to recruit hand-made characters (like in DQIII and IX), and go through the game's bosses like a champ. Tho I'm rather curious as of how they'd change the early game concepts for an offline adventure, especially the "pick a tribe" thingy. Sure it'd offer a nice way to play the game several times, but it'll probably be boring as #$*! soon enough. I'm also rather curious about how they would implement the already offline c
  4. I totally agree. The Adventure of Daï as a game would easily be a wonder. Then again, in DQH3 I'd love to see characters from Emblem of Roto too. Heck, I'd even be sold with characters like the Incarnus or the Lionkid from Joker 2!
  5. I assume it will, since that's the exact same we had in France some months ago. Still, the interviews and notes about monsters etc are really interesting. Being able to understand 'em is a great plus I reckon!
  6. Well, if I do recall well, her attire was obtainable in DQIX. I'm pretty sure she's "playble" in at least one Battle Road. But yes, her design would have make her perfect for the Japanese public, to appear in any other opus of the franchise. I do wonder, is French language that popular in English talking countries?
  7. I'd live to see characters coming from spin-off, like DQ Swords or something like that. Maybe even Pop or Maam from Daï's big Adventure. Or Daisy from Abel Yuussha. That'd be cool.
  8. HI there. I've desperately been trying to find some way to "safely" hack my console too, and your link does look promising. However, there's mentions of "stock 2DS". I assume that's the first 2DS, the one you can't fold onto itself (Google search didn't help sadly). Is this compatible with New 2DSXL? :c I'd really like to success in installing something to allow me playing English patched Japanese games and GBA games too.
  9. Heh, la plupart d'entre nous sont logés chez Dragon Quest Fan.
  10. Never heard of something like that. The Wikipedia page for DQIV does have a link with the aforementioned name, but only redirect to a website about DQIV on NES (https://www.mobygames.com/game/dragon-warrior-iv) EDIT : Dammit, too slow.
  11. I concur with the previous post and will add that the canon name of DQIII's protagonist is Arel. This is shown in the manga Emblem of Roto, and in both the Novel and CD audio if I'm not mistaken (Emblem of Roto even show which party he had when he defeated Zoma: male warrior named Furcas, female monk named Fong, and male sage named Kadal). I could try to find it again, but I'll just leave it here: the canon names for DQBuilders I found on the Japanese DQ Wikia are Build for the male protagonist and Kurie for the female one.
  12. I cross my fingers for a PS4 (and Switch) version which would include the 3DS bonus dungeon
  13. My turn to brag a little. I don't have that many games (I don't have any of those on PS4. I should get one one of these days, to play Heroes 1 and 2, Builders 1 and 2, quand XI). So, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII (I'll ditch this one for the 3DS version soon enough, as I don't have a PS2 anymore). I gave my IX to a friend, and should get it back soon enough too. Joker was a recent addition (I had it a while back, but sold it as I was more into the Final Fantasy franchise back then). I should get Joker 2 one of these days too! Tho' my pride is my Emblem of Roto collection haha. I simply l
  14. Salut salut copain Français ! J'ai l'impression qu'il y a plus de frenchy que j'aurai soupçonné au premier abord haha
  15. Honhonhon, le site of les French! And yes, of course some people know his name! https://wikiwiki.jp/dqdic3rd/【僧侶】#q065e1e8 I should suggest you to auto-translate into english and look for the CD Theatre part. You'll find this : There you go!
  16. As I suspected I totally forgot to introduce myself when I joined the forum, shame on me! So I everyone, I'm a fan from France, member of the DragonQuest-Fan community. I love digging into the DQ lore and am actively trying to come up with the most perfect timeline theory honhonhon. So far I've played (and finished) DQ, DQIV and DQV, and I have almost finished DQII, V and VI. I've started DQVII and Joker 1 this summer, and I'm halfway through Caravan Heart. I've also read the entirety of Emblem of Roto. (Will play DQVIII on 3DS when I'm done with VII, and play Joker 2 when I'm done with
  17. Hi there everyone! I've been looking for quite some time now, without any luck, to find some scan of the manga adaptation of the CD audio about Rubiss' adventures. I've found a site where I can read the first 80 pages of the first volume, but I couldn't -for the life of me- find any place (or link) where to read (or get) the rest. (found the 80 first pages here https://bookwalker.jp/de23d21576-3c5e-478a-9e67-ac00475b06fb/ ) So I was wondering if any of you guys had a link or anything to read it online, or to download them by any chance.
  18. I know I'd love to play Ortega and Pankraz in DQH3. Aquila and Pavo too. But I don't know how I'd feel about the idea of playing a main character. Methink the God Bird can only choose characters whose demise wouldn't impact much the timeline or something. In a similar fashion, I'd love to play Claymore (the father of Sword's hero). And Pop, Avan, Abel, Daisy ands other characters from various spin-off, manga and anime. On the other hand, I'd still love to play a Dissidia Dragon Quest. Like, 012 with DQ skins on the characters would be just fine. Alef over Warrior of Light, A
  19. Hey there, it's been a while! I've been digging the DQ Japanese Wikia for some time, looking for any dates in the Zenithia timeline, but couldn't find any. Also, I can't shake the idea out of my head that Estark awakes every thousand years. Was it said in the games, or am I unconsciously making this up? (It's been too long since I've played either DQIV or V) On the other hand, I've found lots of dates from the Roto timeline (from various sources, but mainly from the aforementioned Wikia and some novelization of DQI and II). I've come up with a timeline that includes DQI, II, III, VII, Emb
  20. On another note, does anyone know how the Puff! spell works? For a long time I thought that only people with Dragovian blood could cast it, if they knew it, or if they had a percentage high enough. Maya from IV, for exemple, or even Avant from Daï's Big Adventure, being able to cast the spell and to turn into dragons, and the fact that Maya's dragon formed looks veeeery similar to Lordragon's dragon form (and by extension to the Lord of the Dragovians') was to me, a way to say that they did had some Dragovian blood, or DNA.
  21. Thanks to Mefista I can finally post my two cents about the DQ Timeline c: Dragon Quest Monster 1 (10 years before VI), Dragon Quest Monsters+ (some years after Monsters 1), Dragon Quest Monsters 2 (some years after Monsters+), Dragon Quest VI, followed by Dragon Quest IV (at least 100 years after VI), Dragon Quest X (10 years after IV), Dragon Quest V (at least 100 years after IV) Dragon Quest III, Dragon Quest Monsters 2 (not long after Zoma's defeat), Emblem of Roto (~100 years after III), EoR:The Children who Inherit the Crest (20 years after EoR), Dragon Quest I/Kenshin (~100 y
  22. Thanks! I'll be sure to try next time I have a video to include. ;-) Tho' I must say, while Hoshidora allow the party to travel from worlds to worlds (or stars), the setting isn't really futuristic looking, unlike the DQMJ serie. By the way, where would the Monster Joker serie takes place in the DQ Timeline? Is it a separated universe? Some architectural structures are looking a lot like those we can see in the Emblem of Roto manga, on the Mu Empire (set 12k years before the time of Roto). I haven't had the bravery to scroll the 28 pages, is there a topic designated specifica
  23. It could be fun, so heck yeah (oh, hi by the way! I'm a new one here c: ) Isn't Hoshidora allowing players to view the various worlds of DQ's universe from space? Hoshidora DQ even more awesome Hoshidora trailer thingy Darn, any idea on how to insert a youtube video in a comment?
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