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I'm posting the questions and answers here from a conversation with Alexandrious over the messaging system. Feel free to add your own questions and I will try to answer them. Warning: I have avoided mentioning story based spoilers, but videos linked here do contain spoilers. As far as game story layout, I give a vague overview of it, so if you are extremely strict on yourself with spoilers you might want to skip over those questions. UPDATE: 4/23/2013 Added Questions 68-72 2/15/2013 Added Questions 66-67 2/5/2013 Added questions 60-65. 1/13/2013 Added a new question from PantheonSasuke. 1/12/2013 Added questions 50-59 1/10/2013 8:15 PST Added questions 41-49. 1/8/2013 7:00pm PST Added questions 37-40 and a sewing video for the answer to question 23. First time actively leveling it does depend on who you are leveling with. I think it took me about a month to get up to level 50 when the level cap was raised. Each time they raise the cap it takes about a week to reach the cap. I could be at level 60 now but I am holding back at the moment, so that I can enjoy my favorite classes for boss battles longer. Yes. They eat into some of your experience but on the whole they tend to make up for it in the speed that they can kill enemies with a lot of experience. Teams will be able to do more in the future, but yes they have a chat, yes they have a window listing people in the team and who is online. I believe the limit is 200 people. You only do the quest to have access to intense training. After that you then have the ability to go into "Intense Training Mode" when you are level 50, which allows you to earn training points when you fight monsters that are stronger than you instead of receiving experience. 1000 Training points gives you 1 skill point. It is complete in the way that DQIX was complete when you defeated "Corvus". There is obviously loose strings, and another demon lord is certainly out there somewhere, but there is no information about them other than the fact that everything isn't back to peace even though the big bad has been defeated. You could probably manage at level 35. A few levels earlier or later depending on how you go about it and who you are with. I do not think that people tend to use Paladins for AI that much. They aren't as good for leveling as say a Thief with claws or a Priest with a Pole. 22 hours. And you can max carry 20, and max saved up time is 440 hours. Yes. The calculation for how much you get is 25% of the experience and gold from battles you participate in. This is calculated from the person who uses you the most.There is also an upper limit based on the amount of experience between the level you are currently and the amount needed from that to the next level (not the current amount you need). x .1 X The amount of time you were used. Genkidama are a compeltly seprate system. You get double the experience and gold from battles that you start within 30 minutes of activating one.
Hey guys! I know a good chunk of you guys here at the Den have played Dragon Quest X so I wanna hear from you about the following: What aspects of DQX make it favorable MMORPG? I'm trying to convince FFXI fans and FFXIV fans to check out DQX. We need all the support we can get if we want a western release. So far MoonRider has kindly provided the following: Horizontal progression game. Classes have tons and tons of min-maxing (+/-) for any fight, event, and situation you can think of. Unlimited combination of overarching skill builds (until you max every class that is). Encouraged to max out each class. Can do all of that in a timely fashion without spending 12 hours a day. I'm doing this to help promote the western campaign and set up a basic argument for fence riders on why they should buy/play DQX. The promotional art I am doing is on hold until my motivation returns. I know that sounds pathetic but I can't draw anything well without motivation.
For all of you who aren't yet playing DQ 10 (and for those of you who are) Alex Fraioli has created a great little podcast chronicling his adventures through the game. It's funny, charming and often informative! Each episode is ten minutes long so it's no time commitment and there's one out nearly every day so it's fun to listen to and see how Alex is getting on. Enjoy! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/xin10s-podcast/id564580409