History VideoGame / DragonQuestIX

13th Apr '17 6:35:21 PM nombretomado
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* KillerRabbit: The usual VideoGame/DragonQuest entries (except for the Bunicorns, who are literal killer rabbits; they don't appear in the bestiary for [=DQ9=]), but special mention to the Sanguini family. Early on, they're cute little fluff balls that you kinda feel bad about killing. Then they start getting aggressive and lots of teeth. Then you get the expanded bestiary entries and read that when they drink enough blood, they turn into demons. You get to fight those too -- they're called Manguinis, and they look a lot more demonic and a lot less cute (think {{Slenderman}} with a [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Golbat]] mouth).

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* KillerRabbit: The usual VideoGame/DragonQuest entries (except for the Bunicorns, who are literal killer rabbits; they don't appear in the bestiary for [=DQ9=]), but special mention to the Sanguini family. Early on, they're cute little fluff balls that you kinda feel bad about killing. Then they start getting aggressive and lots of teeth. Then you get the expanded bestiary entries and read that when they drink enough blood, they turn into demons. You get to fight those too -- they're called Manguinis, and they look a lot more demonic and a lot less cute (think {{Slenderman}} [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] with a [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Golbat]] mouth).
11th Apr '17 1:04:09 PM Xtifr
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'''''Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies''''' is the ninth installment of the ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' series, released on the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. In this world, a race of {{Winged Humanoid}}s known as [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Celestrians]] watch over humankind from [[FloatingContinent The Observatory]]. They also protect the [[TheWorldTree Great World Tree, Yggdrasil]], nurturing and nourishing, for it holds the key to their destiny. Select Celestrians have taken up a vital duty: to act as guardians of the mortal realm.

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'''''Dragon ''Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies''''' Skies'' is the ninth installment of the ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' series, released on the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. In this world, a race of {{Winged Humanoid}}s known as [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Celestrians]] watch over humankind from [[FloatingContinent The Observatory]]. They also protect the [[TheWorldTree Great World Tree, Yggdrasil]], nurturing and nourishing, for it holds the key to their destiny. Select Celestrians have taken up a vital duty: to act as guardians of the mortal realm.
25th Mar '17 11:20:14 AM nombretomado
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'''''Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies''''' is the ninth installment of the ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' series, released on the NintendoDS. In this world, a race of {{Winged Humanoid}}s known as [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Celestrians]] watch over humankind from [[FloatingContinent The Observatory]]. They also protect the [[TheWorldTree Great World Tree, Yggdrasil]], nurturing and nourishing, for it holds the key to their destiny. Select Celestrians have taken up a vital duty: to act as guardians of the mortal realm.

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'''''Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies''''' is the ninth installment of the ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' series, released on the NintendoDS.UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. In this world, a race of {{Winged Humanoid}}s known as [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Celestrians]] watch over humankind from [[FloatingContinent The Observatory]]. They also protect the [[TheWorldTree Great World Tree, Yggdrasil]], nurturing and nourishing, for it holds the key to their destiny. Select Celestrians have taken up a vital duty: to act as guardians of the mortal realm.
14th Mar '17 2:53:15 AM morenohijazo
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* ExtendedGameplay: Dear ''Almighty'', where to begin? The grotto system. The cameo bosses. The weekly Wifi DLC. Given the relative ease of the main quest and the [[NintendoHard bone crushing difficulty]] of the extra content (something the developers [[WordOfGod said was]] [[LampshadeHanging intentional]]), it's not a stretch to suggest that the entire 50 hour main game is merely a ''tutorial'' for the ExtendedGameplay.

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* ExtendedGameplay: Dear ''Almighty'', where to begin? The grotto system. The cameo bosses. The weekly Wifi DLC. Given ExperiencePenalty: Experience is split by the relative ease number of characters in the party. MetalSlime runs can be very rewarding with only the main quest and character, but very easy to lose in the [[NintendoHard bone crushing difficulty]] of the extra content (something the developers [[WordOfGod said was]] [[LampshadeHanging intentional]]), it's not a stretch to suggest that the entire 50 hour main game is merely a ''tutorial'' for the ExtendedGameplay.higher level grottoes.



* ExtendedGameplay: Dear ''Almighty'', where to begin? The grotto system. The cameo bosses. The weekly Wifi DLC. Given the relative ease of the main quest and the [[NintendoHard bone crushing difficulty]] of the extra content (something the developers [[WordOfGod said was]] [[LampshadeHanging intentional]]), it's not a stretch to suggest that the entire 50 hour main game is merely a ''tutorial'' for the ExtendedGameplay.
* FailedASpotCheck: Sometimes enemies don't notice your presence, giving you a free turn at the battle's start, ''even when they'd noticed and chased you down'' to start with.



* FailedASpotCheck: Sometimes enemies don't notice your presence, giving you a free turn at the battle's start, ''even when they'd noticed and chased you down'' to start with.
4th Mar '17 3:03:11 AM Chabal2
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** Shogum has quite possibly the highest pun-to-totql text ration:
--> "Goo day, and welcome to this place, forgotten since slime immemorial... this goomb of so many unknown soldiers. But, though we have been here for a goo many years now, it has become no easier to foregoo the thrill of battle. Come, it is slime! If you ooze your life at my hands, perhaps the seal will be broken, and we will goo free at last!"



* NughtyNuns: One of the aspiring belly dancers in Gleeba is a nun, hoping to cure her shyness. She also prays the Almighty will help her, quote, "strut her stuff".

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* NughtyNuns: NaughtyNuns: One of the aspiring belly dancers in Gleeba is a nun, hoping to cure her shyness. She also prays the Almighty will help her, quote, "strut her stuff".
23rd Feb '17 11:29:10 PM Nicoaln
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* FixFic: Let's see, you go to a school named Swinedimples where you rescue a troublemaking student named Fred from an evl monster of a teacher named Sternivus. [[spoiler:[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Looks like somebody wasn't a fan of ''Deathly Hallows''' ending.]]]]

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* FixFic: Let's see, you go to a school named Swinedimples where you rescue a troublemaking student named Fred from an evl evil monster of a teacher named Sternivus. [[spoiler:[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Looks like somebody wasn't a fan of ''Deathly Hallows''' ending.]]]]


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* GenreThrowback: To the early ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' titles, especially ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIII''.
12th Feb '17 6:44:36 AM Chabal2
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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: '''''S'''entinels of the '''S'''tarry '''S'''kies''
** Not to mention most of the item and monster names and descriptions. Even the NPC ''dialogue'' gets into it.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: AddedAlliterativeAppeal:
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'''''S'''entinels of the '''S'''tarry '''S'''kies''
** Not to mention most of the item and monster names and descriptions.descriptions and quests and... Even the NPC ''dialogue'' gets into it.



* ChokepointGeography: Grotto hallways have rocks or other obstacles every few feet, making it impossible to pass by larger monsters when they're sitting in the narrower areas.



* CombatExclusiveHealing: While spells learned from the various professions can be used outside of combat, skills learned from leveling class abilities cannot. The likely first example that players will run across is Caduceus, a staff skill that heals with the power of Moreheal for the cost of Heal.

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* CombatExclusiveHealing: CombatExclusiveHealing:
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While spells learned from the various professions can be used outside of combat, skills learned from leveling class abilities cannot. The likely first example that players will run across is Caduceus, a staff skill that heals with the power of Moreheal for the cost of Heal.Heal.
** The "Heal All" command, which determines the most cost-effective way to cast healing spells, completely ignores techniques like Meditation (even though it can be used out of combat).



* CrystalDragonJesus: One of the most transparent parallels with Christianity in gaming history. [[spoiler:The Creator GrandpaGod wanted to destroy humankind, but his daughter took on the weight of humanity's sins until her return.]]



* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: A sign inside the Bad Cave: "WARNING! You ave bin warned."

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* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment:
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A sign inside the Bad Cave: "WARNING! You ave bin warned."



* DifficultButAwesome: It's possible to go hunting [[MetalSlime Metal Slimes]] with only your main character; ''very'' difficult, but if you succeed the experience comes flooding in, since the total experience is divided by the number of characters in your party..

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* DifficultButAwesome: It's possible to go hunting [[MetalSlime Metal Slimes]] with only your main character; ''very'' difficult, but if you succeed the experience comes flooding in, since the total experience is divided by the number of characters in your party..party.



* DrawAggro: The Forbearance skill in ''DragonQuestIX'' makes one character take all attacks for the next turn. It's possible to spam this move with one character, letting the other three concentrate on damage, [[TotalPartyKill but it can be interrupted by a Disruptive Wave]].

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* DrawAggro: The Forbearance skill in ''DragonQuestIX'' makes one character take all attacks for the next turn. It's possible to spam this move with one character, letting the other three concentrate on damage, [[TotalPartyKill but it can be interrupted by a Disruptive Wave]]. The Paladin's LimitBreak as the same effect, but lasts several turns and can't be dispelled.



* TheDragonslayer: Minstrels, Warriors, Thieves, Gladiators, and Armamentalists can all learn a skill specifically dedicated to killing dragons.

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* TheDragonslayer: Minstrels, Warriors, Thieves, Gladiators, and Armamentalists can all learn a skill specifically dedicated to killing dragons. It's also the name of a sword (upgraded from the dragonsbane) that does extra damage to dragons (no, it doesn't look like [[{{Manga/Berserk}} a sharpened slab of iron]].



* FixFic: Let's see, you go to a school named Swinedimples where you rescue a troublemaking student named Fred from an evl monster of a teacher named Sternivus. [[spoiler:[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Looks like somebody wasn't a fan of ''Deathly Hallows''' ending.]]]]



* GameFavoredGender: Females get the 2 best leg armors in the game (Magical Skirt and Sizzling Bikini Bottoms, both great gear for resists), can earn a total of one more title than males, and get some odd possibly useful exclusive equipment throughout the game. All male only equipment either has a roughly equal female counterpart obtainable at the same time and/or isn't something to wear in an actual fight. Even with the Wear-with-all, males can't wear a good chunk of female items due to their exposure of cleavage (see down), while only a few rare items show bare male chests and get barred.

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* GameFavoredGender: GameFavoredGender:
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Females get the 2 best leg armors in the game (Magical Skirt and Sizzling Bikini Bottoms, both great gear for resists), can earn a total of one more title than males, and get some odd possibly useful exclusive equipment throughout the game. All male only equipment either has a roughly equal female counterpart obtainable at the same time and/or isn't something to wear in an actual fight. Even with the Wear-with-all, males can't wear a good chunk of female items due to their exposure of cleavage (see down), while only a few rare items show bare male chests and get barred.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Inverted; even with the Wear-with-all medal (which lets you wear the other gender's clothing), the game will not let you wear a dangerous bikini or the dangerous midriff wrap, telling you that even it won't let you get away with that. Also, it won't let females wear the Muscle Belt, which is two belts wrapped around the torso in an X shape. Try and guess why they didn't allow it. (Which is odd, since it's the standard uniform for ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' warriors...)

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Inverted; even with the Wear-with-all medal (which lets you wear the other gender's clothing), the game will not let you wear a dangerous bikini or the dangerous midriff wrap, telling you that even it won't let you get away with that. Also, it won't let females wear the Muscle Belt, which is two belts wrapped around the torso in an X shape. Try and guess why they didn't allow it. (Which is odd, since it's the standard uniform for ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' warriors...)



* HaveYouSeenMyGod: After everything goes to pot during Fyggbloom, Apus Major repeatedly tries to raise the Almighty on the prayer hotline... except the Grand Architect is suddenly not answering his calls. [[spoiler:Celestria reveals that Zenus still exists, but she does not know where he is. On top of that, he seems to appear when "Spelly Breath" is used and "speaks" if you use Divination, creating a sort of Gameplay And Story Segregation. The 10 bonus bosses in the grottoes and their extended character description imply (and in some cases, outright state) that ''they'' are Zenus, divided into 10 parts. The other two are a resurrected Greygnarl, and a demon named Tyranasaurus Wrecks who freed the others to screw over the Supreme Sage.]]

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* HaveYouSeenMyGod: After everything goes to pot during Fyggbloom, Apus Major repeatedly tries to raise the Almighty on the prayer hotline... except the Grand Architect is suddenly not answering his calls. [[spoiler:Celestria reveals that Zenus still exists, but she does not know where he is. On top of that, he seems to appear when "Spelly Breath" is used and "speaks" if you use Divination, creating a sort of Gameplay And Story Segregation. The 10 bonus bosses in the grottoes and their extended character description imply (and in some cases, outright state) that ''they'' are Zenus, divided into 10 parts. The other two are a resurrected Greygnarl, and a demon named Tyranasaurus Tyrannosaurus Wrecks who freed the others to screw over the Supreme Sage.]]



* LimitBreak: Called "Coup de grâce". Each class has one, and they have various effects ranging from the Mage making their spells cost no MP for a time to the Thief guaranteeing item drops after the battle. They become available by chance, so you can't pull them off directly... [[GuideDangIt but you can manipulate the chances]].

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* LimitBreak: Called "Coup de grâce". Grâce". Each class has one, one (and can be combined if two classes have theirs at the same time), and they have various effects ranging from the Mage making their spells cost no MP for a time to the Thief guaranteeing item drops after the battle. They become available by chance, so you can't pull them off directly... [[GuideDangIt but you can manipulate the chances]].



* LuckBasedMission: To obtain most of the post-game story relevant quests, one needs to find a random dungeon with "silver" in the name to complete an otherwise simply "kill monsters until they drop the item" quest.

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* LuckBasedMission: LuckBasedMission:
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To obtain most of the post-game story relevant quests, one needs to find a random dungeon with "silver" in the name to complete an otherwise simply "kill monsters until they drop the item" quest.



** There are far too many quests that boil down to "kill this monster and hope it's the one the quest giver wanted dead".
** Finishing a grotto might get you an even better one... or a piece of junk (though there are some factors that can be used to improve the drops).



* MoneyForNothing: Averted. Most of the alchemy recipes for weapons and armor require store-bought weapons, which can get expensive very fast.

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* MoneyForNothing: Averted. Most of the alchemy recipes for weapons and armor require store-bought weapons, which can get expensive very fast. The very high-end ones require Chronocrystals, which can only be bought for 50,000 each.



* NughtyNuns: One of the aspiring belly dancers in Gleeba is a nun, hoping to cure her shyness. She also prays the Almighty will help her, quote, "strut her stuff".



* QuirkyMinibossSquad: The Gittish Empire's Triumgorate.
* RainbowPimpGear: A potential side-effect of [[RummageSaleReject mix-and-match armor]]. Conversely, there's a large number of MythologyGag gear -- basically, in the {{Bonus Dungeon}}s, you can find "cosplay gear" that [[http://alkaplantestsite.webs.com/dq9/DQcoplayparty.jpg makes your hero look like the heroes from the other Dragon Quest games]]. The Magical Skirt, for instance, is easily among the best legwear for legacy bosses due to adding 7% to your resists for everything, but looks odd.
* RandomDropBooster: The Thief class has a LimitBreak called Itemized Kill, which guarantees an item drop from the enemy (even {{Bonus Boss}}es). It can be combined with the Armamentalist's Voice of Experience (more XP) to give Haulellujah (increased gold, XP and drops).

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** Zere appears to be one at first. Then you find its exact copy, carved from stone, named Zere Rocks ([[spoiler:Xerox]]).
** Batsureg and the people within are based on Mongol culture rather than a single pun, doesn't stop most of the gear from alliterating like there's no tomorrow.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad: The Gittish Empire's Triumgorate.
Triumgorate: A Ganon-esque PigMan, a BloodKnight CatMan, and an evil Owl Man.
* RainbowPimpGear: A potential side-effect of [[RummageSaleReject mix-and-match armor]]. Conversely, there's a large number of MythologyGag gear -- basically, in the {{Bonus Dungeon}}s, you can find "cosplay gear" that [[http://alkaplantestsite.webs.com/dq9/DQcoplayparty.jpg makes your hero look like the heroes from the other Dragon Quest games]]. The Magical Skirt, for instance, is easily among the best legwear for legacy bosses due to adding 7% to your resists for everything, but looks odd.
odd.
* RandomDropBooster: RandomlyDrops:
** Nearly every enemy has one item it has a 10% chance to drop, and a far better one with a 2% chance.
** The bane of every grotto explorer: chests don't give the same items every time, and often contain stuff that's too low to be considered VendorTrash.
* RandomDropBooster:
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The Thief class has a LimitBreak called Itemized Kill, which guarantees an item drop from the enemy (even {{Bonus Boss}}es). It can be combined with the Armamentalist's Voice of Experience (more XP) to give Haulellujah (increased gold, XP and drops). drops).
** Revocating from Thief gives a medal that doubles the chance to successfully steal an item.



** The ultimate bow ability in shoots holy attacks at the target.

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** The ultimate bow ability in shoots holy attacks at the target.



* SelfImposedChallenge: The game is meant for combat with a four-man party, but there are many players who run TheHero solo. This transforms some of the boss fights, like [[StatusBuff The Dreadmaster]] into chokepoints that can only be overcome if the Hero has certain skills. (Shield skills, Man, that's the way to go).
* SeriousBusiness: Innkeeping. Not only is there an "[[IncrediblyLamePun Inny]]" awarded to the [[IncrediblyLamePun Inn]]credible [[IncrediblyLamePun Inn]]tertainer Eddw[[IncrediblyLamePun inn]], the previous innkeepers literally get on the floor and bow when faced with his daughter, Er[[HurricaneOfPuns inn]]. Talk about an [[OverlyLongGag Inn]]credibly Lame Pun. And we haven't even got to the DLC that introduces Al Cap[[OverlyLongGag inne]] and the [[OverlyLongGag Inntouchables]]. And yes, they are an [[TheFamilyForTheWholeFamily inn-keeping mafia]].

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* SelfImposedChallenge: The game is meant for combat with a four-man party, but there are many players who run TheHero solo. This transforms some of the boss fights, like [[StatusBuff The Dreadmaster]] into chokepoints that can only be overcome if the Hero has certain skills. (Shield skills, Man, man, that's the way to go).
* SeriousBusiness: Innkeeping. Not only is there an "[[IncrediblyLamePun Inny]]" awarded to the [[IncrediblyLamePun Inn]]credible [[IncrediblyLamePun Inn]]tertainer Eddw[[IncrediblyLamePun inn]], inn]] (after innspection), the previous innkeepers literally get on the floor and bow when faced with his daughter, Er[[HurricaneOfPuns inn]]. Talk about an [[OverlyLongGag Inn]]credibly Lame Pun. And we haven't even got to the DLC that introduces Al Cap[[OverlyLongGag inne]] and the [[OverlyLongGag Inntouchables]]. And yes, they are an [[TheFamilyForTheWholeFamily inn-keeping mafia]].



* StealthPun: In Porth Llaffan, everyone has a Welsh accent. In other words, the place where the people worship a ''whale'' is based on ''Wales''.

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* StealthPun: StealthPun:
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In Porth Llaffan, everyone has a Welsh accent. In other words, the place where the people worship a ''whale'' is based on ''Wales''.



** Zere Rocks is an exact copy of Zere, carved from stone. One could almost call it a Xerox.



* SuperPersistentPredator: Monsters that run at you come in two varieties: either they charge in straight line that can be sidestepped, or they hunt you down. Guess which is more annoying.



* UnfortunateName: Dr. Phlegming

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* UnfortunateName: Dr. Phlegming and Ivor Litlun.



* VideoGameStealing: You can steal the skin from snakes, the wings from butterflies, or the bandages from mummies, among others. This does not harm them or impede their ability to attack or defend in any apparent way.
** Taking it even further is the Thief's Theory scroll, which gives an extra chance to steal an item after a battle. So it's entirely possible (if the RandomNumberGod smiles upon you) to steal a snakeskin, grab the one that was carried in a chest, and steal another one, from the same single monster.

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* VideoGameStealing: VideoGameStealing:
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You can steal the skin from snakes, the wings from butterflies, or the bandages from mummies, among others. This does not harm them or impede their ability to attack or defend in any apparent way.
** Taking it even further is the Thief's Theory scroll, which gives an extra chance to steal an item after a battle. So it's entirely possible (if the RandomNumberGod smiles upon you) to steal a snakeskin, grab the one that was it carried in a chest, and steal another one, from the same single monster.snake.



* WanderingMinstrel: {{Invoked}} with your hero, who starts as a Minstrel, possibly because everybody else think they look like one.

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* WanderingMinstrel: {{Invoked}} with your hero, who starts as a Minstrel, possibly because everybody else think thinks they look like one.



* WorldOfPun: It's almost impossible to count how many puns have been shoehorned into the localization.

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* WorldOfPun: It's almost impossible to count how many puns have been shoehorned into the localization.localization without listing... every line of dialogue, every item name, every item ''description'', every chaaracter name...
25th Dec '16 8:58:06 PM ADrago
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* {{DLC}}: Of the "already on-disc" variety. But now that Nintendo's online services has been discontinued, all of this is LostForever.

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* {{DLC}}: Of the "already on-disc" variety. But now that Nintendo's online services has been discontinued, all of this is LostForever.lost.



* LostForever: If you try to sell something DQVC-exclusive or a piece of equipment from one of the Inn guests, the shopkeeper will warn you that you might never be able to get it back.
** Also, if you somehow do not receive a certain piece of gear from a legacy boss via drop before leveling them up past the point where they start dropping something else instead (unlikely, as it is usually 20-25 percent drop and you may have to fight them over 20-30 times before they drop something else).
** On a meta note, Nintendo ended support for WFC (Wi-Fi Connection) for all DS and Wii software on May 20th, 2014. A large number of bonus quest flags, the Inn guests, and DQVC exclusive items will now be unobtainable if they have not already been activated/downloaded or retrieved, making true 100% Completion impossible.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** If you try to sell something DQVC-exclusive or a piece of equipment from one of the Inn guests, the shopkeeper will warn you that you might never be able to get it back.
** Also, if you somehow do not receive a certain piece of gear from a legacy boss via drop before leveling them up past the point where they start dropping something else instead (unlikely, as it is usually 20-25 percent drop and you may have to fight them over 20-30 times before they drop something else).
** On a meta note, Nintendo ended support for WFC (Wi-Fi Connection) for all DS and Wii software on May 20th, 2014. A large number of bonus quest flags, the Inn guests, and DQVC exclusive items will now be unobtainable if they have not already been activated/downloaded or retrieved, making true 100% Completion impossible.
12th Dec '16 8:25:32 AM Doug86
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* AnimeHair: One of the possible hairstyles is basically [[DragonBallZ Vegeta]]. (Did we mention the character designer is Dragonball creator Akira Toriyama?)

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* AnimeHair: One of the possible hairstyles is basically [[DragonBallZ [[Anime/DragonBallZ Vegeta]]. (Did we mention the character designer is Dragonball creator Akira Toriyama?)



** Using the character creation system, you can make expies of other characters designed by Toriyama. Among them, [[BlueDragon Shu]], [[VideoGame/ChronoTrigger Crono, Marle, and Lucca]], [[DragonBallZ Androids #17 and 18, and Gohan]], and [[Anime/DragonBallGT Uub]]... just to name a few. It's also possible to [[http://alkaplantestsite.webs.com/dq9/DQcoplayparty.jpg recreate]] virtually every previous ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' hero. In fact, the game even offers their trademark garbs as some of the more useful equips.

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** Using the character creation system, you can make expies of other characters designed by Toriyama. Among them, [[BlueDragon Shu]], [[VideoGame/ChronoTrigger Crono, Marle, and Lucca]], [[DragonBallZ [[Anime/DragonBallZ Androids #17 and 18, and Gohan]], and [[Anime/DragonBallGT Uub]]... just to name a few. It's also possible to [[http://alkaplantestsite.webs.com/dq9/DQcoplayparty.jpg recreate]] virtually every previous ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' hero. In fact, the game even offers their trademark garbs as some of the more useful equips.
8th Dec '16 5:08:01 PM Emreld3000
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* TheDragonslayer: Minstrels, Warriors, Thieves, Gladiators, and Armamentalists can all learn a skill specifically dedicated to killing dragons.
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