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* TyrannosaurusRex: Oddly, it's the second weakest enemy in the UsefulNotes/{{PC88}} version.


''Dragon Slayer'' may look archaic to modern players, but back in 1984, when it was first released on the [[UsefulNotes/{{PC88}} NEC PC-8801]], many players must have agreed with the intro screen which proclaimed it to be "a new type... unlike any other game you have played on your computer." For this, ''Dragon Slayer'' was one of the very first {{Action RPG}}s (and one of the first [=RPGs=] ''period'' beating VideoGame/DragonQuest to market by two years), and it set the precedent for many future games in the genre by Creator/{{Falcom}} and other companies.

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''Dragon Slayer'' may look archaic to modern players, but back in 1984, when it was first released on the [[UsefulNotes/{{PC88}} NEC PC-8801]], many players must have agreed with the intro screen which proclaimed it to be "a new type... unlike any other game you have played on your computer." For this, ''Dragon Slayer'' was one of the very first {{Action RPG}}s (and one of the first [=RPGs=] ''period'' beating VideoGame/DragonQuest ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' to market by two years), and it set the precedent for many future games in the genre by Creator/{{Falcom}} and other companies.


Not to be confused with the 1981 movie ''Film/{{Dragonslayer}}''.

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Not to be confused with the 1981 movie ''Film/{{Dragonslayer}}''.''Film/{{Dragonslayer}}'', nor with ''LightNovel/TheLegendOfTheLegendaryHeroes''.

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''Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes'' started its own sub-series, "The Legend of Heroes", which dropped "Dragon Slayer" from the title since the third game, ''[[VideoGame/GagharvTrilogy The Legend of Heroes III: The White Witch]]''.

The VideoGame/TrailsSeries is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992. In the mean time, ''VideoGame/TokyoXanadu'' is also a spinoff ''and'' spiritual successor of the ''Dragon Slayer'' series.

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''Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes'' started its own sub-series, "The ''The Legend of Heroes", Heroes'', which dropped "Dragon Slayer" from the title since the third game, ''[[VideoGame/GagharvTrilogy The Legend of Heroes III: The White Witch]]''.

The VideoGame/TrailsSeries ''[[VideoGame/TrailsSeries Trails]]'' series is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992. In the mean time, ''VideoGame/TokyoXanadu'' is also a spinoff ''and'' spiritual successor of the ''Dragon Slayer'' series.


The VideoGame/TrailsSeries is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992. In the mean time, The VideoGame/TokyoXanadu series is also a spinoff ''and'' spiritual successor of the Dragon Slayer series.

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The VideoGame/TrailsSeries is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992. In the mean time, The VideoGame/TokyoXanadu series ''VideoGame/TokyoXanadu'' is also a spinoff ''and'' spiritual successor of the Dragon Slayer ''Dragon Slayer'' series.


''Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes'' started its own sub-series, "The Legend of Heroes", which dropped "Dragon Slayer" from the title since the third game, [[VideoGame/GagharvTrilogy The Legend of Heroes III: The White Witch]].

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''Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes'' started its own sub-series, "The Legend of Heroes", which dropped "Dragon Slayer" from the title since the third game, [[VideoGame/GagharvTrilogy ''[[VideoGame/GagharvTrilogy The Legend of Heroes III: The White Witch]].
Witch]]''.


The VideoGame/TrailsSeries is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992.

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The VideoGame/TrailsSeries is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992.
1992. In the mean time, The VideoGame/TokyoXanadu series is also a spinoff ''and'' spiritual successor of the Dragon Slayer series.


The VideoGame/KisekiSeries is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992.

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''Dragon Slayer: The VideoGame/KisekiSeries Legend of Heroes'' started its own sub-series, "The Legend of Heroes", which dropped "Dragon Slayer" from the title since the third game, [[VideoGame/GagharvTrilogy The Legend of Heroes III: The White Witch]].

The VideoGame/TrailsSeries
is a spinoff/SpiritualSuccessor of ''The Legend of Heroes'' series, which began with ''Dragon Slayer VI: The Legend of Heroes''. Two [[AnimeOfTheGame OVA]] series based off of the first couple of games[[note]]a one-off based off of ''Xanadu'' produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation, and a 2-episode series based on ''The Legend of Heroes'' by Creator/NakamuraProductions (with assistance from Creator/AnimeR).[[/note]] were released in 1988 and 1992.



* {{Action RPG}}: The ''Dragon Slayer'' series was the TropeMaker and first TropeCodifier of the Action RPG genre.

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* {{Action RPG}}: ActionRPG: The ''Dragon Slayer'' series was the TropeMaker and first TropeCodifier of the Action RPG genre.


* PortingDisaster: The Game Boy version: Take a multi-hour game that takes longer than 4 AA batteries will last, leave out any kind of save system, and slow down player movement. Et voila! A game that is [[UnwinnableByDesign Unwinnable by (unintentional) Design]] without the Game Boy wall socket adapter.


* PortingDisaster: The Game Boy version: Take a multi-hour game that takes longer than 4 AA batteries will last, leave out any kind of save system, and slow down player movement. Et voila! A game that is [[UnwinnableByDesign Unwinnable by (unintentional) Design]].

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* PortingDisaster: The Game Boy version: Take a multi-hour game that takes longer than 4 AA batteries will last, leave out any kind of save system, and slow down player movement. Et voila! A game that is [[UnwinnableByDesign Unwinnable by (unintentional) Design]].Design]] without the Game Boy wall socket adapter.


''Dragon Slayer'' may look archaic to modern players, but back in 1984, when it was first released on the [[UsefulNotes/{{PC88}} NEC PC-8801]], many players must have agreed with the intro screen which proclaimed it to be "a new type... unlike any other game you have played on your computer." For this, ''Dragon Slayer'' was one of the very first {{Action RPG}}s, and it set the precedent for many future games in the genre by Creator/{{Falcom}} and other companies.

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''Dragon Slayer'' may look archaic to modern players, but back in 1984, when it was first released on the [[UsefulNotes/{{PC88}} NEC PC-8801]], many players must have agreed with the intro screen which proclaimed it to be "a new type... unlike any other game you have played on your computer." For this, ''Dragon Slayer'' was one of the very first {{Action RPG}}s, RPG}}s (and one of the first [=RPGs=] ''period'' beating VideoGame/DragonQuest to market by two years), and it set the precedent for many future games in the genre by Creator/{{Falcom}} and other companies.


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* {{Action RPG}}: The ''Dragon Slayer'' series was the TropeMaker and TropeCodifier of the Action RPG genre.

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* {{Action RPG}}: The ''Dragon Slayer'' series was the TropeMaker and first TropeCodifier of the Action RPG genre.

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* PortingDisaster: The Game Boy version: Take a multi-hour game that takes longer than 4 AA batteries will last, leave out any kind of save system, and slow down player movement. Et voila! A game that is [[UnwinnableByDesign Unwinnable by (unintentional) Design]].

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