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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** Alena and Kiryl's introduction: A Gigantes has just knocked down an arch, sending a boulder-sized chunk towards the heroes when Kiryl appears and warns everyone to get out of the way. Alena then simply borrows his shoulders, leaps off him, and ''kicks'' the boulder back into the Gigantes's face with a hearty, "Begone with you!"
** Yangus and Jessica get one too: The team is surrounded by monsters when the two fall from the sky. Yangus takes out the bridge behind the group to drop all of the monsters into the abyss while Jessica looks to be unleashing some enormous magic. Cue a big OhCrap from Yangus as he tells everyone to get down before Jessica unleashes her Magic Burst to defeat all of the remaining monsters.
** Every character's Coup de Grace. Special shout-out to [[spoiler: Psaro]]'s.
** The [[spoiler: coordinated strike on Shadroth by the party. The entities the heroes have met throughout the game have made it clear that, without the power of the Circle of Light, they simply cannot harm Shadroth. [[BeyondTheImpossible They do. Not enough to kill him or even seriously harm him, but the fact they're able to harm what's essentially a god through conventional methods, strategy, and trust is worth something.]]]] It goes like this; Bianca and Isla shoot their bow and throw their boomerang, distracting [[spoiler: him.]] At this point, Kiryl and Nera come from the side, casting Kabuff and Oomph on Terry, Yangus, and Alena, who then all leap in the air, divebombing straight at [[spoiler: Shadroth]], delivering a mighty sword and axe swing from the first two and a ''brutal'' kick from Alena. At this point, Mara and Jessica come in, throwing ''exploding'' balls of fire and ice, respectively, before, finally, Aurora and Luceus come together and deliver their team-up move, jumping off Doric's back and throwing ''twin Gigaslashes'' that blast [[spoiler: Shadroth right in the chest, causing smoke to fill the area as Shadorth is sent ''reeling'' from the combined forces of all attacks. It may not have completely stopped Shadroth, but it gave Healix the time he needed to shore up his bravery and enter the fray, saving the day.]]


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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome:
** Alena and Kiryl's introduction: A Gigantes has just knocked down an arch, sending a boulder-sized chunk towards the heroes when Kiryl appears and warns everyone to get out of the way. Alena then simply borrows his shoulders, leaps off him, and ''kicks'' the boulder back into the Gigantes's face with a hearty, "Begone with you!"
** Yangus and Jessica get one too: The team is surrounded by monsters when the two fall from the sky. Yangus takes out the bridge behind the group to drop all of the monsters into the abyss while Jessica looks to be unleashing some enormous magic. Cue a big OhCrap from Yangus as he tells everyone to get down before Jessica unleashes her Magic Burst to defeat all of the remaining monsters.
** Every character's Coup de Grace. Special shout-out to [[spoiler: Psaro]]'s.
** The [[spoiler: coordinated strike on Shadroth by the party. The entities the heroes have met throughout the game have made it clear that, without the power of the Circle of Light, they simply cannot harm Shadroth. [[BeyondTheImpossible They do. Not enough to kill him or even seriously harm him, but the fact they're able to harm what's essentially a god through conventional methods, strategy, and trust is worth something.]]]] It goes like this; Bianca and Isla shoot their bow and throw their boomerang, distracting [[spoiler: him.]] At this point, Kiryl and Nera come from the side, casting Kabuff and Oomph on Terry, Yangus, and Alena, who then all leap in the air, divebombing straight at [[spoiler: Shadroth]], delivering a mighty sword and axe swing from the first two and a ''brutal'' kick from Alena. At this point, Mara and Jessica come in, throwing ''exploding'' balls of fire and ice, respectively, before, finally, Aurora and Luceus come together and deliver their team-up move, jumping off Doric's back and throwing ''twin Gigaslashes'' that blast [[spoiler: Shadroth right in the chest, causing smoke to fill the area as Shadorth is sent ''reeling'' from the combined forces of all attacks. It may not have completely stopped Shadroth, but it gave Healix the time he needed to shore up his bravery and enter the fray, saving the day.]]


** Special note should be given to Psaro, who becomes the final party member to join your team. Not only does he seem to appear fully invested in his black-or-white humans-vs-monsters ideology, but he fits appears just to kill a powerful monster for you, rather than going after you. Then after fighting him and a vague chat about humans and monsters living together in peace, he joins the party and seems completely unfazed by cutting down monsters by the thousand.

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** Special note should be given to Psaro, who becomes the final party member to join your team. Not only does he seem to appear fully invested in his black-or-white humans-vs-monsters ideology, but his reason for being in Arba is to find out why the monsters are brainwashed, presumably because he fits appears wants to help them. But after first appearing just to kill a couple powerful monster for you, rather than going after you. Then after fighting him and a vague chat about humans and monsters living together in peace, and a boss fight, he joins the party and seems completely unfazed by cutting down monsters by the thousand.

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** Special note should be given to Psaro, who becomes the final party member to join your team. Not only does he seem to appear fully invested in his black-or-white humans-vs-monsters ideology, but he fits appears just to kill a powerful monster for you, rather than going after you. Then after fighting him and a vague chat about humans and monsters living together in peace, he joins the party and seems completely unfazed by cutting down monsters by the thousand.


** The [[spoiler: coordinated strike on Shadroth by the party. The entities the heroes have met throughout the game have made it clear that, without the power of the Circle of Light, they simply cannot harm Shadroth. [[BeyondTheImpossible They do. Not enough to kill him or even seriously harm him, but the fact they're able to harm what's essentially a god through conventional methods, strategy, and trust is worth something.]]]] It goes like this; Bianca and Isla shoot their bow and throw their boomerang, distracting [[spoiler: him.]] At this point, Kiryl and Nera come from the side, casting Kabuff and Oomph on Terry, Yangus, and Alena, who then all leap in the air, divebombing straight at [[spoiler: Shadroth]], delivering a mighty sword and axe swing from the first two and a ''brutal'' kick from Alena. At this point, Mara and Jessica in come, throwing ''exploding'' balls of fire and ice, respectively, before, finally, Aurora and Luceus come together and deliver their team-up move, jumping off Doric's back and throwing ''twin Gigaslashes'' that blast [[spoiler: Shadroth right in the chest, causing smoke to fill the area as Shadorth is sent ''reeling'' from the combined forces of all attacks. It may not have completely stopped Shadroth, but it gave Healix the time he needed to shore up his bravery and enter the fray, saving the day.]]

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** The [[spoiler: coordinated strike on Shadroth by the party. The entities the heroes have met throughout the game have made it clear that, without the power of the Circle of Light, they simply cannot harm Shadroth. [[BeyondTheImpossible They do. Not enough to kill him or even seriously harm him, but the fact they're able to harm what's essentially a god through conventional methods, strategy, and trust is worth something.]]]] It goes like this; Bianca and Isla shoot their bow and throw their boomerang, distracting [[spoiler: him.]] At this point, Kiryl and Nera come from the side, casting Kabuff and Oomph on Terry, Yangus, and Alena, who then all leap in the air, divebombing straight at [[spoiler: Shadroth]], delivering a mighty sword and axe swing from the first two and a ''brutal'' kick from Alena. At this point, Mara and Jessica in come, come in, throwing ''exploding'' balls of fire and ice, respectively, before, finally, Aurora and Luceus come together and deliver their team-up move, jumping off Doric's back and throwing ''twin Gigaslashes'' that blast [[spoiler: Shadroth right in the chest, causing smoke to fill the area as Shadorth is sent ''reeling'' from the combined forces of all attacks. It may not have completely stopped Shadroth, but it gave Healix the time he needed to shore up his bravery and enter the fray, saving the day.]]

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** The [[spoiler: coordinated strike on Shadroth by the party. The entities the heroes have met throughout the game have made it clear that, without the power of the Circle of Light, they simply cannot harm Shadroth. [[BeyondTheImpossible They do. Not enough to kill him or even seriously harm him, but the fact they're able to harm what's essentially a god through conventional methods, strategy, and trust is worth something.]]]] It goes like this; Bianca and Isla shoot their bow and throw their boomerang, distracting [[spoiler: him.]] At this point, Kiryl and Nera come from the side, casting Kabuff and Oomph on Terry, Yangus, and Alena, who then all leap in the air, divebombing straight at [[spoiler: Shadroth]], delivering a mighty sword and axe swing from the first two and a ''brutal'' kick from Alena. At this point, Mara and Jessica in come, throwing ''exploding'' balls of fire and ice, respectively, before, finally, Aurora and Luceus come together and deliver their team-up move, jumping off Doric's back and throwing ''twin Gigaslashes'' that blast [[spoiler: Shadroth right in the chest, causing smoke to fill the area as Shadorth is sent ''reeling'' from the combined forces of all attacks. It may not have completely stopped Shadroth, but it gave Healix the time he needed to shore up his bravery and enter the fray, saving the day.]]


!!''The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below'':


** On a general level, while the Arban characters do express occasional sadness and regret over having to kill hundreds of legions of their former monster buddies, particularly during the early sections of the game, it's never truly dwelled upon beyond a few occasional lines of dialogue. A lot more could have been done with the plotline than what the game gives us.

!!''Twins, Kings, and the Ending of the Prophecy'':
* AuthorsSavingThrow: Fans who weren't happy with the lack of ''Dragon Quest VII'' in the first ''Heroes'', especially since it pulled characters from almost every installment after ''III'' but still skipped ''VII'' for some reason, were pleased to hear that Maribel and Ruff were included in the sequel.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** The reveal trailer gives one to almost everyone: The OriginalGeneration characters leap into an army of monsters and take down countless without taking any hits themselves. Maribel unleashes a Kafrizzle in classic ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' SpiritBomb style that's at least 10x her size and vaporizes a group of monsters while Ruff, despite being caught in the explosion, manages to land on his wolf and ride away without a scratch. Carver ''rips off the top of a mountain'' and chucks it at the enemy while Terry almost casually rides on top of it while drawing his sword. Alena takes down a griffon, a creature 4x her size, with a single kick. Jessica unleashes a Kacrackle spell that Angelo surfs on while firing a magic-charged arrow. Meena and Maya stand as BackToBackBadasses while combining their magic to destroy the monsters surrounding them. And Kiryl [[ThrowTheDogABone actually manages to kill a monster with Thwack]]! The only one left out is [[ButtMonkey Torneko]], who is running away from an entire wave of monsters (but does lead them into the smackdown from Kiryl and Alena).
** A meta example for the game and an aversion of TrailersAlwaysSpoil: [[spoiler: ''every'' playable character from the first game eventually returns! That includes the first game's original heroes and Psaro]]!
** The Switch version... With a good few games, like SteamWorldDig and DragonballXenoverse, you're never going to get that OldSaveBonus. However, on Switch, it's being released as Dragon Quest Heroes I AND II, meaning you get BOTH games at once!
* PortingDisaster: The Switch port runs at half the framerate of the other versions. While 30 FPS is usually okay, it dips below that in combat....when a stable framerate is actually needed (and it's even worse in portable mode).

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** On a general level, while the Arban characters do express occasional sadness and regret over having to kill hundreds of legions of their former monster buddies, particularly during the early sections of the game, it's never truly dwelled upon beyond a few occasional lines of dialogue. A lot more could have been done with the plotline than what the game gives us.

!!''Twins, Kings, and the Ending of the Prophecy'':
* AuthorsSavingThrow: Fans who weren't happy with the lack of ''Dragon Quest VII'' in the first ''Heroes'', especially since it pulled characters from almost every installment after ''III'' but still skipped ''VII'' for some reason, were pleased to hear that Maribel and Ruff were included in the sequel.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** The reveal trailer gives one to almost everyone: The OriginalGeneration characters leap into an army of monsters and take down countless without taking any hits themselves. Maribel unleashes a Kafrizzle in classic ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' SpiritBomb style that's at least 10x her size and vaporizes a group of monsters while Ruff, despite being caught in the explosion, manages to land on his wolf and ride away without a scratch. Carver ''rips off the top of a mountain'' and chucks it at the enemy while Terry almost casually rides on top of it while drawing his sword. Alena takes down a griffon, a creature 4x her size, with a single kick. Jessica unleashes a Kacrackle spell that Angelo surfs on while firing a magic-charged arrow. Meena and Maya stand as BackToBackBadasses while combining their magic to destroy the monsters surrounding them. And Kiryl [[ThrowTheDogABone actually manages to kill a monster with Thwack]]! The only one left out is [[ButtMonkey Torneko]], who is running away from an entire wave of monsters (but does lead them into the smackdown from Kiryl and Alena).
** A meta example for the game and an aversion of TrailersAlwaysSpoil: [[spoiler: ''every'' playable character from the first game eventually returns! That includes the first game's original heroes and Psaro]]!
** The Switch version... With a good few games, like SteamWorldDig and DragonballXenoverse, you're never going to get that OldSaveBonus. However, on Switch, it's being released as Dragon Quest Heroes I AND II, meaning you get BOTH games at once!
* PortingDisaster: The Switch port runs at half the framerate of the other versions. While 30 FPS is usually okay, it dips below that in combat....when a stable framerate is actually needed (and it's even worse in portable mode).
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** The Switch version... With a good few games, like SteamWorldDig and DragonballXenoverse, you're never going to get that OldSaveBonus. However, on Switch, it's being released as Dragon Quest Heroes I AND II, meaning you get BOTH games at once!

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** The Switch version... With a good few games, like SteamWorldDig and DragonballXenoverse, you're never going to get that OldSaveBonus. However, on Switch, it's being released as Dragon Quest Heroes I AND II, meaning you get BOTH games at once!once!
* PortingDisaster: The Switch port runs at half the framerate of the other versions. While 30 FPS is usually okay, it dips below that in combat....when a stable framerate is actually needed (and it's even worse in portable mode).


** A meta example for the game and an aversion of TrailersAlwaysSpoil: [[spoiler: ''every'' playable character from the first game eventually returns! That includes the first game's original heroes and Psaro]]!

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** A meta example for the game and an aversion of TrailersAlwaysSpoil: [[spoiler: ''every'' playable character from the first game eventually returns! That includes the first game's original heroes and Psaro]]!Psaro]]!
** The Switch version... With a good few games, like SteamWorldDig and DragonballXenoverse, you're never going to get that OldSaveBonus. However, on Switch, it's being released as Dragon Quest Heroes I AND II, meaning you get BOTH games at once!


** The reveal trailer gives one to almost everyone: The OriginalGeneration characters leap into an army of monsters and take down countless without taking any hits themselves. Maribel unleashes a [[Anime/DragonBallZ Spirit Bomb]]-esque Kafrizzle at least 10x her size that vaporizes a group of monsters and Ruff, despite being caught in the explosion, manages to land on his wolf and ride away without a scratch. Carver ''rips off the top of a mountain'' and chucks it at the enemy while Terry almost casually rides on top of it while drawing his sword. Alena takes down a griffon, a creature 4x her size, with a single kick. Jessica unleashes a Kacrackle spell that Angelo surfs on while firing a magic-charged arrow. Meena and Maya stand as BackToBackBadasses while combining their magic to destroy the monsters surrounding them. And Kiryl [[ThrowTheDogABone actually manages to kill a monster with Thwack]]! The only one left out is [[ButtMonkey Torneko]], who is running away from an entire wave of monsters (but does lead them into the smackdown from Kiryl and Alena).

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** The reveal trailer gives one to almost everyone: The OriginalGeneration characters leap into an army of monsters and take down countless without taking any hits themselves. Maribel unleashes a [[Anime/DragonBallZ Spirit Bomb]]-esque Kafrizzle in classic ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' SpiritBomb style that's at least 10x her size that and vaporizes a group of monsters and while Ruff, despite being caught in the explosion, manages to land on his wolf and ride away without a scratch. Carver ''rips off the top of a mountain'' and chucks it at the enemy while Terry almost casually rides on top of it while drawing his sword. Alena takes down a griffon, a creature 4x her size, with a single kick. Jessica unleashes a Kacrackle spell that Angelo surfs on while firing a magic-charged arrow. Meena and Maya stand as BackToBackBadasses while combining their magic to destroy the monsters surrounding them. And Kiryl [[ThrowTheDogABone actually manages to kill a monster with Thwack]]! The only one left out is [[ButtMonkey Torneko]], who is running away from an entire wave of monsters (but does lead them into the smackdown from Kiryl and Alena).


* AuthorsSavingThrow: Fans who weren't happy with the lack of ''Dragon Quest VII'' in the first ''Heroes'', especially since it pulled characters from almost every installment after ''III'' but still skipped ''VII'' for some reason, were pleased to hear that Maribel and Ruff were included in the sequel.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Fans who weren't happy with the lack of ''Dragon Quest VII'' in the first ''Heroes'', especially since it pulled characters from almost every installment after ''III'' but still skipped ''VII'' for some reason, were pleased to hear that Maribel and Ruff were included in the sequel.sequel.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** The reveal trailer gives one to almost everyone: The OriginalGeneration characters leap into an army of monsters and take down countless without taking any hits themselves. Maribel unleashes a [[Anime/DragonBallZ Spirit Bomb]]-esque Kafrizzle at least 10x her size that vaporizes a group of monsters and Ruff, despite being caught in the explosion, manages to land on his wolf and ride away without a scratch. Carver ''rips off the top of a mountain'' and chucks it at the enemy while Terry almost casually rides on top of it while drawing his sword. Alena takes down a griffon, a creature 4x her size, with a single kick. Jessica unleashes a Kacrackle spell that Angelo surfs on while firing a magic-charged arrow. Meena and Maya stand as BackToBackBadasses while combining their magic to destroy the monsters surrounding them. And Kiryl [[ThrowTheDogABone actually manages to kill a monster with Thwack]]! The only one left out is [[ButtMonkey Torneko]], who is running away from an entire wave of monsters (but does lead them into the smackdown from Kiryl and Alena).
** A meta example for the game and an aversion of TrailersAlwaysSpoil: [[spoiler: ''every'' playable character from the first game eventually returns! That includes the first game's original heroes and Psaro]]!


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Alena and Kiryl's introduction: A Gigantes has just knocked down an arch, sending a boulder-sized chunk towards the heroes when Kiryl appears and warns everyone to get out of the way. Alena then simply borrows his shoulders, leaps off him, and ''kicks'' the boulder back into the Gigantes's face with a hearty, "Begone with you!"

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
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Alena and Kiryl's introduction: A Gigantes has just knocked down an arch, sending a boulder-sized chunk towards the heroes when Kiryl appears and warns everyone to get out of the way. Alena then simply borrows his shoulders, leaps off him, and ''kicks'' the boulder back into the Gigantes's face with a hearty, "Begone with you!"



* GameBreaker: Terry's Falcon Slash skill can be used to infinitely stun lock the largest enemies, especially if they have more than one hitbox that can be hit with a single attack. All of his clones allow him to build max tension very quickly, unleash a Coup de Grace to topple the enemy, and rebuild his tension before it can get back up. It makes the rematch fight against the Gigantes and the fight against Atlas almost trivial.

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* GameBreaker: GameBreaker:
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Terry's Falcon Slash skill can be used to infinitely stun lock the largest enemies, especially if they have more than one hitbox that can be hit with a single attack. All of his clones allow him to build max tension very quickly, unleash a Coup de Grace to topple the enemy, and rebuild his tension before it can get back up. It makes the rematch fight against the Gigantes and the fight against Atlas almost trivial.


** Or installment(s) in this case. Thanks to the decision to not include any of the lead heroes from the franchise in ''Heroes'' (all the crossover characters are party members in their respective titles), several primary installments of the ''Dragon Quest'' franchise are neglected for this crossover, particularly "[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI The]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestII Erdrick]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Trilogy]]", due to these installments either having no party members (''I'') or only having player customized party members (''III'').[[note]]Makes ''II''[='s=] lack of playable representatives particularly odd, since that game actually had two party members other than the lead hero--the Prince of Cannock and the Princess of Moonbrooke.[[/note]] Although almost all the ''monsters'' fought in ''Heroes'' are lifted from the original trilogy, none of the playable representatives appear in this game.[[note]]An alternate outfit for Luceus and Aurora allows them to dress up like the hero of ''III'', but that's about it.[[/note]] ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVII'' and ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'' are similarly left out in the cold with absolutely no elements from either.

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** Or installment(s) in this case. Thanks to the implied decision to not include any of the lead heroes from the franchise in ''Heroes'' (all the crossover characters are party members in their respective titles), several primary installments of the ''Dragon Quest'' franchise are neglected for this crossover, particularly "[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI The]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestII Erdrick]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Trilogy]]", due to these installments either having no party members (''I'') or only having player customized party members (''III'').[[note]]Makes [[note]]The decision also makes ''II''[='s=] lack of playable representatives particularly odd, since that game actually had two party members other than the lead hero--the Prince of Cannock and the Princess of Moonbrooke.[[/note]] Although almost all the ''monsters'' fought in ''Heroes'' are lifted from the original trilogy, none of the playable representatives appear in this game.[[note]]An alternate outfit for Luceus and Aurora allows them to dress up like the hero of ''III'', but that's about it.[[/note]] ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVII'' ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVII'', ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'', and ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'' ''VideoGame/DragonQuestX'' are similarly left out in the cold with absolutely no elements from either.any of them.



* AuthorsSavingThrow: Fans who weren't happy with the lack of ''Dragon Quest VII'' in the first ''Heroes'' were pleased to hear that Maribel and Ruff were included in the sequel.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Fans who weren't happy with the lack of ''Dragon Quest VII'' in the first ''Heroes'' ''Heroes'', especially since it pulled characters from almost every installment after ''III'' but still skipped ''VII'' for some reason, were pleased to hear that Maribel and Ruff were included in the sequel.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Or installment(s) in this case. Thanks to the decision to not include any of the lead heroes from the franchise in ''Heroes'' (all the crossover characters are party members in their respective titles), several primary installments of the ''Dragon Quest'' franchise are neglected for this crossover, particularly "[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI The]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestII Erdrick]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Trilogy]]", due to these installments either having no party members (''I'') or only having player customized party members (''III'').[[note]]Makes ''II''[='s=] lack of playable representatives particularly odd, since that game actually had two party members other than the lead hero--the Prince of Cannock and the Princess of Moonbrooke.[[/note]] Although almost all the ''monsters'' fought in ''Heroes'' are lifted from the original trilogy, none of the playable representatives appear in this game.[[note]]An alternate outfit for Luceus and Aurora allows them to dress up like the hero of ''III'', but that's about it.[[/note]] ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVII'' and ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'' are similarly left out in the cold with absolutely no elements from either.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot:
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Or installment(s) in this case. Thanks to the decision to not include any of the lead heroes from the franchise in ''Heroes'' (all the crossover characters are party members in their respective titles), several primary installments of the ''Dragon Quest'' franchise are neglected for this crossover, particularly "[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI The]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestII Erdrick]] [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Trilogy]]", due to these installments either having no party members (''I'') or only having player customized party members (''III'').[[note]]Makes ''II''[='s=] lack of playable representatives particularly odd, since that game actually had two party members other than the lead hero--the Prince of Cannock and the Princess of Moonbrooke.[[/note]] Although almost all the ''monsters'' fought in ''Heroes'' are lifted from the original trilogy, none of the playable representatives appear in this game.[[note]]An alternate outfit for Luceus and Aurora allows them to dress up like the hero of ''III'', but that's about it.[[/note]] ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVII'' and ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'' are similarly left out in the cold with absolutely no elements from either.
** On a general level, while the Arban characters do express occasional sadness and regret over having to kill hundreds of legions of their former monster buddies, particularly during the early sections of the game, it's never truly dwelled upon beyond a few occasional lines of dialogue. A lot more could have been done with the plotline than what the game gives us.


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