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Tenshi2701

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  1. I downloaded mine creating a japanese Gplay account through a VPN ðŸĪŸðŸŧ😁
  2. Hey guys! I'm leaving you this message just to let you know that due to Covid-19 my wife and I lost our jobs so we need to focus on getting new jobs to pay our bills.That means that unfortunately I'm not going to log in on game as often as I used to do but that doesn't mean I'm quitting the game or Dragon's Den team, this is just a little pause I need to take to fix things in real life but since I had my subscription paid until August 1st, I'll log in from time to time and after that I'll see how things are going in my life to keep paying my subscription or to pause it for a few months. I'll just ask Cran, Dan and others Dragon's Den leaders to please won't kick me out from the team because I'm not quitting just taking a little pause to sort out things in real life, specially now that we all are living on these uncertain times. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this long message and I hope to see you all from time to time in game. Regards, ãĶんし – Tenshi
  3. Cool! I'm glad to hear everything is ok now 👍ðŸŧ
  4. Cool! I registered mine on my mobile device on google chrome probably that's why SE asked me for all that info, but it's good to know you can set up a SE account easier on the switch! 😉👍ðŸŧ
  5. DQX servers are up and running without any issue at the moment. The message you're getting literally says: Error code: DQ-100-106-X Connection from outside the service area (in Japan) is not possible. Depending on your environment, there may be an error from within Japan, so if you have any questions please check the page of "Dragon Quest X" support center. http://sqex.to/eh6 That happens when Square Enix servers detect that you're located outside Japan so they IP ban the game. The only region besides Japan that is currently allowed to play DQX without any IP ban is U.S. so if you're trying to connect to the game from outside Japan or U.S. you can't unless you do it through a Japan or U.S. VPN server.
  6. Welcome to DD team csula! I have been playing DQX for a month and even though I can't play as much as I'd like due to real life stuff, I love this game to the point I upgraded from free trial to full version just after a couple weeks playing it. Also DD team mates are always nice and up to either help members or answering any question you could have regarding game, since sometimes the language barrier can be a problem because as you can see most of the in game content if not all are in japanese. Anyway it's always glad to hear more new members are joining DD and I hope to see you in game! ãĶんし = Tenshi
  7. Hi there! Most (if not all) DD team are english speakers and since SE finally lifted the no japanese IP ban, more U.S. gamers had joined the game so at least on the team chat the language barrier shouldn't be a problem. I hope you can join our team and see you in game! 😁👍ðŸŧ
  8. I heard that Nintendo Switch and PC versions are subscription compatible, I mean you can play on PC and later play on Nintendo Switch or viceversa, but in my experience since I started on Nintendo Switch, I couldn't access the buy a ticket option through eShop until I upgraded to full version, so my guess is that you have to buy at least the basic DQX package (version 1-3) to upgrade the free trial version in order to pay through the Nintendo eShop which by the way is awsome because I linked my american paypal account to my eShop and I can buy my vouchers using paypal now.
  9. Hi DragonWarrior92! I'm sharing with you the link of the tutorial guide I used to set up my japanese eShop and Square Enix accounts in order to download and play Dragon Quest X on my Nintendo Switch. I hope it helps you: https://geektogeekmedia.com/geekery/dragonquestaustin/how-to-play-dragon-quest-x-in-america-on-nintendo-switch-for-free/
  10. Like Goldylox quoted before me, I'd suggest you to better create a japanese Square Enix account so you can sure that your on game progress get saved since it seens easy play isn't that reliable speacially if you'll be upgrading to full version or switching consoles in the future, so my advice will be to create a japanese SE account now since it isn't that hard since you just have to type your name and surname twice (once in katakana and once in harinaga/kanji characters) and regarding a japanese address and zip code there are plenty of random japanese addresses/zip codes that you can find on google and even though google translate is not that good it helped me a lot to set up my japanese SE account and figure out what to type in order to complete it.
  11. I'm not near my Nintendo Switch to check it out, but on Youtube videos I seen that those orange messages (with the green bat monster flying) happens when SE doing maintenance on serves, probably because of ver. 5.2.
  12. I was also having issues playing yesterday (Monday) morning since the two circle arrows that indicates connection status were going from green to yellow, thank God it never turned red or quick me out, but it seens like DQX servers had connection issues earlier, fortunately it seens like those issues got fixed now.
  13. Thanks for your replay Meru, I'll definitely try it! 😁👍ðŸŧ
  14. Hey Meru! Tenshi here lol 😅 Just wondering what do you buy from PlayAsia? Webmoney ðŸĪ”? Asking you because I also would like to buy some cosmetics on the hiroba site ðŸĪŠ
  15. Wish I have more time/experience to tell you what's new now but I just have been playing this game for 3 weeks and hadn't even start v.1 main story quets yet... Anyway I'm glad you back and hope to see you in game Aena! 😁👍ðŸŧ ãĶんし (Tenshi)
  16. Well since you literally switched from one Nintendo Switch to another, I'd recommend you to create your japanese SE ID and Password on your smarthphone, tablet or pc, that way you can use right away Google translate on the japanese SE account (since everything is on japanese over there) and would be easily to connect to a vpn to create your account which I heard it isn't obligatory to connect to a vpn to create a japanese SE account, but if you already have a vpn service it wouldn't hurt to do if through it to avoid any error message while you're creating it. You'll need a japanese address and japanese zip to create your account, also they'll ask you to enter your name and surname twice using katakana and kanji characters.
  17. Aye Captain! 😉👍ðŸŧ
  18. /Welcome to DD ROM! Feel free to befriend me and hope to see you in game! 😁👍ðŸŧ
  19. Hey guys! Tenshi here again with another noob question lol... ðŸĪŠ I have seen a lot of Dragon's Den team messages displaying on screen everytime I zone in or out from an area or city on DQX. So my question would be, how you type those team messages to be displayed everytime you zone in game? Do you access to a especial menu to type it or you do it on the team house? Sorry if I'm asking this noob question but I can't find any info how to do it on google or youtube. Thanks in advance for your reply. ãĶんし (Tenshi)
  20. Well since I have been playing just 3 weeks I don't have much experience with the in game gear but if I find an answer about your lost cosmetic stuff I'll definitely let you know 👍ðŸŧ
  21. Anytime Meru! See you in game 😁👍ðŸŧ
  22. Honestly it's kinda weird/stupid if you ask me that SE/Nintendo think on "physical" with a cardboard box with a download code inside... They should give you a cartridge if you buy it physical or just limit to sell it as a digital download.
  23. Let me tell you my experience. I have been looking to play DQX for years, but between work, study and real life stuff I hadn't time before to try it. Last year when SE finally lifted the IP ban for U.S (that was another issue that keeps me away of this game to be honest) I was definitely interested on finally try it, but my dad got really sick and passed away on November last year... After a few months passed and now with the Covid-19 quarantine I have a little more free time and since the U.S IP ban is still lifted, I really wanted to play it before another thing happens and wouldn't let me to try it. So since I already have a Nintendo Switch I looked out how to set up a Japanese eShop account and a Japaness SE account, which by the way was easier than I expected. After that I linked my U.S Paypal account to the Japanese eShop which fortunately worked and I downloaded the free trial. I have been playing DQX for the last 2 weeks on Nintendo Switch either on dock or handheld modes and let me tell you I didn't regreat to play it on this console. Not just that but since I was able to link my U.S Paypal account to my Japanese eShop, I was able to buy the All in One Vesion 1-5 directly from the eShop and even though SE gives you 20 free days to play the full version, I also was able to buy with my U.S Paypal account an extra 30 days ticket for 1,000 yen ($9.28) directly from the DQX Nintendo Switch menu without having to deal with buying Japanese eShop cards from PlayAsia or that annoying Crysta or Japanese credit card issues and I can create up to 3 characters with that ticket. Of course they also have more expensive tickets if you want to buy 60 or 90 days or more characters but that's up to you since nor Nintendo or SE force you to do that (like happens with Sony on the PS4 version). Last but not least important, if you play it on the Nintendo Switch, you can type in game connecting a wired or wireless usb keyboard on dock mode (I have a wireless/solar charging Logitech usb keyboard that I bought a few years ago to play FFXIV on my PS4), and if you want to type when you playing on handheld mode, you always can use the virtual keyboard or buy a cheap Type-C to USB cable to connect you keyboard from the charge input. So if you live outside Japan the Nintendo Switch version is the easiest way to play and pay for DQX.
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