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Medea in human form gives birth to a centaur, after her horse genes splice with the hero's. They decide to name him Fred.

Maybe it's not to late to add that ending to the U.S. Release of the 3DS version, cause that sounds like a funny ending.
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Garena releases a new version of Dragon Quest Monsters Super Light, which is literally super light.  Upon beating the main quest, the phone slips from the user's hand and floats up into the sky.

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Medea marries Prince Charmles and she ends up falling for him and bearing his children. The Hero, in sadness, hopes to start again with Jessica. However, she knows that she's just a rebound and eventually breaks up with him when she realizes he'll never get over his feelings for Medea, but wishes him the best regardless. Yangus and Red get married, and at the wedding, Jessica and Angelo act on their feelings for one another. The Hero, out of loneliness, hooks up with a barmaid and brings her to Jess and Angelo's wedding, but a fight in the middle of the reception causes tension between him and the rest of the party, so he leaves, never to see them again.

 

Now he spends his days getting drunk at bars, recounting his glory days to anyone who will listen to him, but who could believe a drunk, old mess like him was ever a hero? He eventually destroys his liver and ends up back at Trodain hoping to be healed, knowing all the while that he's terminal. In his final days, Medea visits her old love in the hospital. Now older, she still maintains her graceful beauty in her old age. She kisses him on the forehead, wishing him safe travels and waits with him as he slips away.

 

Sad to see him gone, she alerts the other party members of their guv's death and they gather at Trodain to put him to rest as they wonder what might have been for him.

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DQ VIII

 

The party is destroyed in the Dragovian Trials. Afterwards The King Of The Dragovians decides to join an online forum about a Japanese Role Playing Game.

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The character formerly known as Gabo walks over the edge of a precipice and falls off a cliff.  Kiefer walks on camera and says, "That's Ruff...." There's an immediate *drum fill* and then the camera fades to black with "Game Over," written in Comic Sans for no reason.

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The villain reveals himself to be the hero's father. He then cuts off the hero's hand. The hero then jumps down a hole and some how ends up hanging from the bottom of a floating city, only to be rescued by the girl that turns out to be his sister. (OH wait that's "Empire Strikes Back" ending.)

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The villain reveals himself to be the hero's father. He then cuts off the hero's hand. The hero then jumps down a hole and some how ends up hanging from the bottom of a floating city, only to be rescued by the girl that turns out to be his sister. (OH wait that's "Empire Strikes Back" ending.)

Oh, ouch! That was brutal!  :laugh:

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VII

 

The party challenges Orgodemir and emerges victorious, but in his final moments, he sends his spirit back in time, seeking a new body. The heroes aren't aware of what happens, and they return to Estard for a well deserved rest. Upon arriving, they find the island under assault by hordes of monsters.

 

The residents of Pilchard Bay are all dead, and the heroes can only head to the castle to try and save the king. When they get there, they come face to face with Kiefer, who is about to gut his father in the middle of town. Gabo tries to stop him, but Kiefer just knocks him away easily, revealing that he's really Orgodemir possessing Kiefer. His time in the past has made him much stronger, and the heroes have no chance against him.

 

Auster rallies them as best he can, leading the group to the ruins and the ancient pedestals that began their long journey. Finding the one that leads to Deja, they prepare to go back in time once more to recover Kiefer before anything can happen to him, but Orgodemir bursts in, having followed them. Auster makes a split decision, holding Orgodemir off while the others flee. He tells Maribel to lead in his place The party then activates the pedestal and vanishes, the last thing they see being Auster getting cut down.

 

To be continued...

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At the end of Dragon Quest VII, Cloud Strife walks out and says "Final Fantasy VII's better," before walking off camera.  The End.  Fade to black.

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That would be a funny ending. Can you imagine if that was the message from Kiefer?

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DQ6: 

 

The hero discovers he's in the Dream World, and learns to reshape it as he sees fit.  Ale and wenches galore, and he never quests again. Murdaw keeps the real world, and the hero's bedsheets are drenched in unspeakable filth as he never wakes up.

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Inspired by Dragon Quest II's post-save screen: "Return when thou can, for Hargon does not sleep."

 

Once the end credits roll on the main quest of Dragon Quest VI, a spoiler message appears: "Return whenever the hell you want. Nokturnus sleeps all the time."

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The villain reveals himself to be the hero's father. He then cuts off the hero's hand. The hero then jumps down a hole and some how ends up hanging from the bottom of a floating city, only to be rescued by the girl that turns out to be his sister. (OH wait that's "Empire Strikes Back" ending.)

Oh, ouch! That was brutal!  :laugh:

 

 

Yeah. "Empire Strikes Back" is the only one that has and ending I don't like. 

 

VII 

After finishing the second bonus dungeon, Gabo leans against the wall to rest. The ancient Fane collapses, burring the party under two tons of rock. 

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Maribel walks on the screen and complains about you for half an hour as the credits slowly scroll by.

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Maribel walks on the screen and complains about you for half an hour as the credits slowly scroll by.

So a Donkey Kong Country styled ending, huh?

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VII:

 

Hero's dad never finds the landshard in the ocean, and so the first tablet is never completed, The world decays a piece at a time. Evil triumphs.

 

Seriously, the whole game, beautiful though it is, is founded on several moments of severe serendipity. :D

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VII:

 

Hero's dad never finds the landshard in the ocean, and so the first tablet is never completed, The world decays a piece at a time. Evil triumphs.

 

Seriously, the whole game, beautiful though it is, is founded on several moments of severe serendipity. :D

Actually, you mentioning that makes me wonder what would have happened if the trio never started their island restoration. Would the Demon Lord have been revived, or remain in eternal slumber?

 

Hmm...

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The king says, "Desendant of Errick, will you return the Ball of Light?"
Hero, "I think you have me confused with some one else. I'm just here to water the plants."

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Maribel gives you a genuine compliment.

$#!&in' dead.

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You get to the ending of DQIX and can't watch it, because it's part of the no-longer-supported DLC-locked content.  Instead of an ending, you're given a generic error code.

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The Hero rescues Princess Gwaelin, but instead of winning her love, she admits that she's not attracted to men and simply thanks him and returns home. Without the drive to fight on, he gives up and Alefgard is consumed by darkness.

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After the hero refuses to profess his love to Princess Gwaelin, she is committed to an insane asylum, in a small island just off the coast of Alefgard, where she lives out the rest of her days in a padded cell, staring in a catatonic state, rocking in the fetal position, and repeating in whisper..."but thou must...but thou must...but thou must..."

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DQ2

 

Cannock and Moonbrook's many deaths throughout the journey preemptivly summon Malroth into the world. The party doesn't stand a chance, and take shelter in the Cave of Rhone where they are forced to live out the rest of their lives.

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Dragon Quest Heroes.

You saved the Kingdom of Arba, but no one can return to their original world. All the other worlds get destroyed because the heroes could not return.

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