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Some Questions i have about this game plz answer!!

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1. Where do I get better equipment? All the shops sell equipment that barely improve my stats and they haven't sold anything new in a very long time (i'm at 2.1 in the story right now) so it sometimes feels like I'm using dated weapons to fight battles. Could explain why I do such minimal damage to bosses sometimes. Not what I'm used to in other DQ games.

2. Where can I get all the super cool costumes/outfits I see other players wearing? Like that red knight uniform that the default hero wears in the DQX trailers, I want that one!! I've been only able to find what the shops give me.

3. Where can I get those dollar board transformations? They all look really cool. Is it a traveler's bazaar thing because if so, I have no access to it in the trial version of the game.

4. If I were to buy a 3-month pass of the game, where and how would I do it? Is it possible for me to do it with an American credit/debit card?

 

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1. Better equipment(s) can be bought at the bazar.
I assume you have skill points sorted?

2. The red knight uniform is from the warrior quest 052-056. Can also be bought from the bazar.

3. Not sure what you're referring to

4. Buy the Nintendo eShop card in Yen from third party sites or get a JP 3DS and charge money(w/US CC) into your JP nintendo account which can be used on Switch.

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24 minutes ago, Yawara said:

1. Better equipment(s) can be bought at the bazar.
I assume you have skill points sorted?

2. The red knight uniform is from the warrior quest 052-056. Can also be bought from the bazar.

3. Not sure what you're referring to

4. Buy the Nintendo eShop card in Yen from third party sites or get a JP 3DS and charge money(w/US CC) into your JP nintendo account which can be used on Switch.

Finally someone replied!! Thanks!

On number 1, yes I have my skill points sorted. I am of the "Fighter" class and sorted a bunch of points into Claws (100 points) and Fighter (94-96. can't remember exact number and can't check as I'm typing). And when I fight most bosses and some normal monsters, I barely do damage. Some enemies seem to be more resistant to claws and fists (by fists i mean when unequipped with weapons) than others. I just feel like deadweight in battle a lot of the time and it's disappointing. I want to change my class but I know that i'll have to start from level 1 again... do you anything about how I can reach my current level again with ease?

2. I'll go give that a try. Do you know if the Fighter class can wear them?

3. I see a lot of people riding all kinds of vehicles when they use their dollar board. i think they're called dollar board prisms or something? that's what i meant

4. Thanks. I'll probably buy this game during the summer and get a 3-month pass. It's a lot of fun.

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21 hours ago, DragonQuestfan1998 said:

Finally someone replied!! Thanks!

On number 1, yes I have my skill points sorted. I am of the "Fighter" class and sorted a bunch of points into Claws (100 points) and Fighter (94-96. can't remember exact number and can't check as I'm typing). And when I fight most bosses and some normal monsters, I barely do damage. Some enemies seem to be more resistant to claws and fists (by fists i mean when unequipped with weapons) than others. I just feel like deadweight in battle a lot of the time and it's disappointing. I want to change my class but I know that i'll have to start from level 1 again... do you anything about how I can reach my current level again with ease?

2. I'll go give that a try. Do you know if the Fighter class can wear them?

3. I see a lot of people riding all kinds of vehicles when they use their dollar board. i think they're called dollar board prisms or something? that's what i meant

4. Thanks. I'll probably buy this game during the summer and get a 3-month pass. It's a lot of fun.

1. I would recommend doing your class quests. After finishing them, you'll have 100 skill points in every stat. As for leveling, there are random periods on servers 9 and 10 (the designated beginner servers) where every battle will contain a Metal Slime, and sometimes Liquid Metal Slimes (One time I even saw a Metal Slime Stack during the period, but I think they're even rarer). They always begin on the hour and last for 30 minutes, and there are notifications from a yellow dracky 10 minutes before it begins, when it begins, and when it ends.

2. No. Equipment obtained from class quests are exclusive to their respective class.

3. As far as I'm aware, they're exclusive to the real money shop on the main website. There are ways to obtain free credit for the shop, including a monthly NPC that appears to give you 100 yen in credit and a one-time quest to earn 330 in credit.

Edit: There are actually two you can obtain with casino tokens, so that makes what I said before wrong. I haven't found many else available in-game though.

4. Since you mentioned the Eshop, I would suggest purchasing yen cards from Play-Asia. A three month subscription is 2,900 yen and you can get a 3,000 yen card for $30. Once you use the code on your Japanese Eshop account, you'll be able to pay for your subscription through that. Also, purchasing the All in One Package (V1-V4) will get you 20 days of subscription, and purchasing Version 5 will get you another 20 days (but they don't stack, so if you buy them at the same time, keep that in mind.)

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4 hours ago, Alpman said:

1. I would recommend doing your class quests. After finishing them, you'll have 100 skill points in every stat. As for leveling, there are random periods on servers 9 and 10 (the designated beginner servers) where every battle will contain a Metal Slime, and sometimes Liquid Metal Slimes (One time I even saw a Metal Slime Stack during the period, but I think they're even rarer). They always begin on the hour and last for 30 minutes, and there are notifications from a yellow dracky 10 minutes before it begins, when it begins, and when it ends.

2. No. Equipment obtained from class quests are exclusive to their respective class.

3. As far as I'm aware, they're exclusive to the real money shop on the main website. There are ways to obtain free credit for the shop, including a monthly NPC that appears to give you 100 yen in credit and a one-time quest to earn 330 in credit.

Edit: There are actually two you can obtain with casino tokens, so that makes what I said before wrong. I haven't found many else available in-game though.

4. Since you mentioned the Eshop, I would suggest purchasing yen cards from Play-Asia. A three month subscription is 2,900 yen and you can get a 3,000 yen card for $30. Once you use the code on your Japanese Eshop account, you'll be able to pay for your subscription through that. Also, purchasing the All in One Package (V1-V4) will get you 20 days of subscription, and purchasing Version 5 will get you another 20 days (but they don't stack, so if you buy them at the same time, keep that in mind.)

Thanks for all the info! I just changed to battlemaster and used all the EXP I stored at the concierge (which was a lot since I never really used it much) to get to level 57, then did some of the battlemaster quests and have a lot of abilities now. Didn't realize how simple it was

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