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  1. I got back from my trip to Japan last Friday (July 29). Other than Dragon Quest, this trip I went to Shikoku, Kyushuu (Checked out Haus Ten Bosch), Osaka (Universal Studios Japan), and Tokyo (Disneysea, original Yoshinoya). Obviously though, the thing people on this site are probably the most interested in though was the Dragon Quest Spectacular Tour and the Dragon Quest Museum. While both debuted on the same day, I went to the show first (July 22, opening night) and the museum on the 23rd. The Spectacle Show started out in Saitama, which is about a one hour train trip from Tokyo. I got there about an hour before the doors were supposed to open, planing to get dinner and then line up to enter. This was a bad plan. I was expecting that they would sell Dragon Quest merchandise within the Saitama Arena itself, and you would only be able to buy once you got in. This is not the case. They were already selling things by the time I arrived. By the time I made it to the front of the line for merchandise they were already sold out of many of the items, including the shirts in any size smaller than large. Outside they were also selling shaved ice in commemorative plastic Slime Tower cups (Slime Stacks). They only have two flavors, Mango and Strawberry. I did not eat one myself (but did pay to have the cup) but heard that unlike good shaved ice it was hard like a snow ball. The shaved ice was in a cup in the slime cup, so it was easily removed and the slime itself was perfectly clean. ^Where the Shaved Ice was sold ^Sign for Shaved Ice. ^Cosplayer ^Cosplayer entertaining people while we line up to get in. ^Statues near the entrance. After I picked up what I could from the store it was about time for the doors to be opening soon. The place was flooded with people. Many who you could tell had been to the museum earlier in the day. Upon entering there was a large row of flowers for the performers sent to them by various people and groups. There was some expensive non-Dragon Quest food that could be bought in the Arena but I did not want to miss anything, so I just went hungry. There was a long line for both the men's and women's restrooms, so I would suggest that if you go to go before you go. On every seat there was a wrist band with a large light attached to it. You are supposed to wear it during the show and then put it back when it is over. There was some security walking around telling people that you were not to record any part of the performance. I took a picture of the stage on my cellphone before the show started though to give you guys an idea of what the stage was like. The stage is surrounded at each side by the seating with branches that reach out to the seating. It is from these branches that characters and enemies often emerge. My seat was near where key characters would often emerge. That meant that I mostly always saw their backs. There was some seating on the ground, which had some interaction with the characters, but I have doubts on how well they could see the stage in general. There were large rectangular curtains hanging from the ceiling that formed a cross centering the stage. These could be raised or lowered and were used for projecting background and effects. At the start of the show there were two merchants at either end of the stage that told jokes. They also told the audience how to do the Torneko Shorts dance (Underpants Dance). You could by a washrag that looked like them that they wanted you to use for the dance, but they said if you had not purchased it that you could use a hat instead. We were told that in the performance Torneko would request of us to do the dance with him. Torneko made a brief appearance then, telling a few jokes with audience participation before the show started up. Putting the story in spoiler tags. This video from the official promotion gives a pretty good look into what the show was like. Edit: Added in the rest of the pictures. As there does not seem to be any interest in this write up I won't bother with one for the Museum.
  2. Anybody got any Figures sales? I'm looking for those chapter of heaven ones or any really. I don't need the following DQ I Hero carrying Princess DQ II Prince Cannock DQ III Hero, Male Merchant, Female Warrior, Female Cleric DQ IV Borya, Kyril, Meera, Torneko,Ryan McRyan, Male Hero DQ V Hero, Bianca, Child Bianca, Son, Daughter DQ VI Mily, Carter, Ashlynn Any figure really. I'm looking to expand my dragon quest collection.
  3. Hi, everyone! I am Erdrick1989. I have been a dragon quest fan since the NES days and finally found this community. I decided to join when I saw a lot of misconception about the 3ds version of Dragon Quest X. I have been playing that version quite a bit and I would like to share my knowledge about it thus far. First of all you do not need a vpn nor a square enix account to play DQX (3ds). It utilizes your NNID and in order to pay for subscriptions you just go into the game and click pay for play ticket and it will use your eshop funds. (Eshop does allow foreign credit cards) There is no IP ban or anything like that. I have been playing it everyday on less than perfect internet and I have only been disconnected once. It has been fixed tremendously since it's release so I encourage people to think about this version if you have no access to any other version like I did. If you have any other questions about it let me know!
  4. Hello fellow dragon quest/dragon warrior fans, The remake for dragon warrior monsters 2 was just announced, but the problem with a lot of dragon warrior/quest monster games is that they stay in Japan. There are 4 notable games that have not been translated to English and will most likely never become translated, unless we the fans demand it. These 4 games are: Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2 Professional - ds (Only released in Japan in 2011) Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry's Wonderland 3D - 3DS (only released in Japan in 2012) Dragon Quest Heroes Rocketslime 2 - 3DS (only released in Japan in 2011 and also known as Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest 3: Taikaizoku to Shippo Dan) Dragon Quest Monsters 2: Iru and Luca’s Wonderful Mysterious Keys (Release date TBA. Not known yet if we will get this or not) http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2013/07/dragon_quest_monsters_2_remake_coming_to_3ds_in_japan I want to at least get Square Enix to localize the new Dragon Quest Monsters 2 Remake, but I need your help. I made a petition that, if enough people sign, will be sent to Square Enix, with the hopes of the Dragon Quest Monsters 2 remake game being localized (and the others too if we're lucky). PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION AND SHARE IT EVERYWHERE!!!! http://www.change.org/petitions/square-enix-of-america-europe-localize-dragon-quest-monsters-2-iru-and-luca-s-wonderful-mysterious-keys The facebook group is here: https://www.facebook.com/dragonquestmosters2remake Also contact square enix directly, and tell them that you want these games localized!!! support@square-enix-usa.com philrogers@square-enix.com ~Thank you everyone, let's make this happen!
  5. Here is a small guide on how to use a VPN for your Wii. There is a method where you alter your router itself adding in VPN information. Then you can just use your wireless router as normal to access the internet on your Wii. I am not as familiar with this method, but if someone else is I will gladly post the information here. The method I will talk about instead is simple buy has a strict requirement. For this method you need to have either a laptop or a desktop that has a wireless card (as well as an ethernet port) that has Windows 7 installed. Creating a Wifi Hotspot. You have two software options, either Connectify or mHotspot. Connectify has a free and a premium version (though older versions of the software were free). I don't recall the situation completely, buy I had problems downloading, or with the feature list of Connectify, and so I am not familiar with it. mHotspot is free (Currently clicking on "Version 4 Lite" should bring you to the page where you can download it) but has annoying adds in one of the tabs. The software requires no installation, just extraction. What either of these two software do is allow you to use your computers ethernet connection and share it as a new wifi connection, basically making your computer into a wifi hot spot. If you don't have any internet connection for your Wii you can also use this as a normal internet connection. mHotspot For mHotspot you need to go to the third tab, "Setup". Type in a name for you connection, and a password. There are name restrictions on your connection "_" is not allowed in names, other special characters might not be allowed either ("-" is OK). Then write a password for you connection. After that go to the second tab and choose "Start Hotspot". Then you can go to your Wii and set up the connection by searching for wireless connections and choosing the name you setup and entering the password you created on the computer for the wifi. The Wii's connection test should succeed. Whenever you reset your computer you need to open the program and select "Start Hotspot" again to start up the connection before you can use your Wii on the internet. If you go to the third tab again and notice that the name and password are empty do not be alarmed. They are still stored in the program and won't change unless you change them in that tab." VPN There are a number of VPN companies to choose from. You will want to pay money for your VPN since you are using it for gaming, so speed is essential. But you will also want to have one that is anonymous. I don't know if it is the fastest connection out there (I doubt it) but Overplay has servers located in Japan. If anyone has a different VPN to suggest though it wouldn't be bad to shop around. You can on how to set up a connection with Overplay. You would want to have a subscription and probably would want to choose the address next to Japan instead of America. Bridging your Connections After you've created a connection to your VPN you should temporary disable it. Paste "Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center" into a Windows Explorer "URL" box. Click on properties for your VPN connection. Go to the "Sharing" tab. Choose "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet Connection". From the drop down box choose the wireless connection that you created and then click "OK". (The above is also viewible in the video guide linked to above. Altough they are using a wired connection to their Xbox instead of a wireless connection to thier Wii) You should be able to check to see if your VPN is working by going to a site that tells you where you connection is coming from.
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