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Hi Hi guys , is me again IKAROS~ . Today I'm gonna talk about the glitches that I love and can't stop using it in DQ Builders 1 & 2 . We all know every single has their own glitches , some of them are good , some of them are hilarious and some of them are making you pissed AF . In DQ Builders 1 & 2 there is a lot of glitches that people keep using it . Some people see it as a glitch or you can say an advantage to make them more easy and more happy to play with . But some of the people see it as cheats , and these "cheats" make them super pissed and they keep saying that cheats is something that will ruin your game experience . Some times we can even see some people arguing on the internet . Geez that is some world war sh!t right there XD . [ Dragon Quest Builders 1 Glitches ] * Items Duplicate Glitch We all know some of the resources in the game cannot be respawn again and can be finish using it . Such as Food , Stone , Iron , Copper and a lot of stuff that you can't survive in the game without it . And some of the player like me love to go slow in game and some times in a single chapter , we wanted to stay long enough to say bye bye to our lovely land . Now things going very good until we find out that our food is running out and we don't want this kind of stuff happen in game . To prevent this kind of stuff happen , we need to be prepare in the early game . Now this is how the glitch works . First , you have to collect a 100 of the resource that you wanted to duplicate . Then you have to prepare a chest that you wanted to put the stuff that you duplicate . And the last is you have to stuff your Colossal Coffer with any items until it has only one space left . When all those steps are done , we can start our duplicate section now . First throw out 99 of the item that you wanted to duplicate at some place that you can easily pick up again . Then put that last 1 of the item that you wanted to duplicate into the last space that you prepared in the Colossal Coffer . And before you start , you must also fully stuffed your item's bag . You can just take out 1 or 2 in each items inside the Colossal Coffer to fully stuffed your item's bag . When all is done , you need to go back and pick up the 99 items you threw . The items you pick up will still laying on the floor when only 98 of it was sent directly into the Colossal Coffer. Now , clear one space in your item's bag and go take out the 99 items that you wanted to duplicate and put it into the chest that you prepared earlier . After that , take 1 out of the item you just put inside the chest and put it back into the Colossal Coffer . Now stuff your item's bag fully again and go pick up the item you just threw and wallah , the item will be still laying on the floor and inside the Colossal Coffer , that 1 item you put in turn into 99 again . Keep repeat again and again and you will be rich AF . If you wanted to stop duplicate it , just left out a empty space in your item's bag or Colossal Coffer and pick up the item that laying on the ground . PS : In case you need a video . Big shout out to BenXC . * Easy Experience Now this Glitch is call Easy Experience , is about the base EXP you have when you building your base in story mode . Like me personal , I like to build up the base after I get the Items or block recipes I need . But without upgrading the base experience , I can't complete the quest that given by and so the story progress won't go on . And like that you won't able to get the recipes you need and you have to build . With this kind of problems , is the time for this glitch to kick in . Now we all know when the room points hits enough , the base will level up . And when the level is up , it cannot downgrade your level . If you destroy your room , it will only take away points from your Level progress bar . And so , if you wanted to level up your base without using a lot of times to build up a fancy big base , this can be really helpful to you . Just simply build up some small rooms with dirt and put stuff in to become a useful room such as Armoury , Bedroom and more . And when your Level is up , just destroy the stuff you put inside the room and put it back to make the room register again . And this is how the Easy Experience Glitch works . PS : Just kidding , there are no video for this XD * Elevator Glitch Yes as the name you see , this is a glitch that can make you a awesome elevator . Now this is a bit hard to explain by just using words , and so yes , your favourite , VIDEO TIME ~ YAY . (Crowd Clapping) *Clap* *Clap* *Clap* *Clap* . Thank you thank you , love you guys . Thank you thank you . Being punched by reality and awake ........... He...here , the video you guys need . And again big shout out to BenXC ...... And so that's it for today's episode . Feel free to comment what you guys thinking of , and follow me if you love my post . Next episode we gonna talk about the glitches in DQ builders 2 and so see you guys in next episode . ByeBye
I just picked up Dragon Warrior for the NES this week and was doing my first casual play-through. I thought it would be fun to try the game blind, rather than following a guide, but I encountered something that I am nearly certain is highly unusual. I was farming gold and exp (currently level 10), and I was farming enemies south of Rimuldar. Upon saving up 1500 gold I stopped in town to get the broadsword and then began farming gold for armor. After finishing a fight I noticed my controller was acting a little buggy, so I gently unplugged it and plugged it back in. When I plugged my controller into the console a text-box appeared on top of the over-world. It read: "Please wait, I wish to go with the on thy journey. May I travel as thy companion?" Another text-box appeared, giving me the options Yes and No. I thought: "How cool, I didn't know you had a companion in this game, I wonder how that impacts fighting." So I hit yes. The stranger replied "I'm so happy!" walked onto the same square I was on and half of my sprite merged with her sprite. Then the credits rolled. I was completely shocked to suddenly win the game in the middle of a field... I thought you were supposed to fight the "DragonLord" or something... I'm assuming I somehow caused a credits-warp and won far earlier than I ever was meant to, and being a fan of speed runs, I wanted to post this discovery so that someone who knows this game, or just a member of the community may be able to use it. I'm going to find out if I can recreate the event on my own, and will post more findings if I am able.
Not sure if it is okay to ask this kind of question here, but any guidance would be appreciated. I have an original 3DS and it randomly produces a line down the middle of the top screen during gameplay(black line on white/light screen; noticable line on darker screen, does not have a particular color). It seems to occur only during 3DS games (mostly seen from physical cartridge games and sometimes software; my download game "Shantae and the Pirate's Curse" never showed any signs although create Mii program has plenty times. Nor has virtual console downloads shown the line. I think the AR card reader game did cause the line as well). I do not remember seeing it happen when playing DS games either, though it might had done so with Dragon Quest IX. The problem swapped with another dilemma I had, which was the hidge squeaking when opening the system (the squeak does not happen anymore). I had talked to a Nintendo Representative on if that allowed for repair, but they said not to worry about it then. My warranty long expired at this point, but the line worries me. It does interfer when it shows up. However, I am concerned about sending it to Nintendo for two reasons. First is I really do not want to have a refurbished different system (I've taken care of mine, I do not want someone else's). The other is payment options Nintendo of America appears to only accept. I do not have a credit card. Do you think they take Visa Debit or even money order/check? I have not talked recently with any Nintendo representative on the problem, so also ideas on particular wording for maybe a discounted repair would be valued as well (I have never had a repair needed so I was thinking of mentioning that....). Anyway, I am not comfortable opening up the system on my own (I do not know what I be looking for), and I am not read for the New 3DS XL (it's large for my hands). Weak excuses...I know. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you
Hi all. I've been working on a project and replaying DQ8 on PCSX2. Quite randomly I stumbled upon this glitch...where the Hero walks underwater I extracted a video and posted it on Youtube to share (see below). Anyone else stumble upon it before? I wonder if it's something PCSX2-exclusive, or if it happens on a PS2 (mine is put up in storage), or if it was just my copy of the game. Hm...and how about the mobile version? I'm nowhere near far enough in the mobile game to test that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcT5HGjNrqg