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61. Posted: Fri 16th Jul 2010 13:26 BST
SO this game looks pretty cool. But I'm not too big on RPG's. I've only played Earthbound, Mother 3, TWEWY, and the first two Mario&Luigi games. I loved all those, but does anyone know if I'd enjoy this one as well?
If i were you (since your not a huge fan of rpgs) see if you can rent this first. This is old school rpg level building turn based fighting. This is one of the games that started the rpg crazy and has not changed to much from the original formula. It is different then the games you posted but i like those games also. It is a very good game that needs a lot of time to enjoy.
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62. Posted: Sat 17th Jul 2010 01:44 BST
So, anyone alchemise anything cool?
63. Posted: Fri 23rd Jul 2010 22:14 BST
I just got this game this morning and I love it. It's so good that I don't even care how stupid the enemy names are "cruelcumber" "sacksquatch" "batterfly"
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64. Posted: Sat 24th Jul 2010 17:37 BST
i really like this game, i just hope that the DLC thing keeps up a while.
65. Posted: Sat 24th Jul 2010 18:03 BST
@Roopa - I actually like the names of DQ's monsters. It's better than the newer Pokémon names, at least.
66. Posted: Sat 24th Jul 2010 19:23 BST
How often is there new DLC? And if a new one comes can you still download the older ones, too?
67. Posted: Sat 24th Jul 2010 20:34 BST
@Roopa - According to Nintendo Power, a new quest comes out every week, so as of know there are 3 quests available to download. Also, the online shop thing updates either every day or every week, I'm not sure which. The old quests are automatically downloaded to your game the next time you connect, so you can still get them.
All right, now that that's taken care of, I have a question of my own. I recently made it to Dourbridge, and at the weapon shop there, they're selling the Poison Needle there. How often does it OHKO? I'm deciding whether or not to get it for my mage as opposed to keeping him equipped with a staff for the MP absorption.
68. Posted: Sat 24th Jul 2010 23:03 BST
Ok thanks Birdman. And actually I have another question: How do I choose my own character's profession? I know when I recruit new group members I can choose their professions but you can't choose a profession when you create your main character.
69. Posted: Sat 24th Jul 2010 23:12 BST
@RoopaAfter leaving Coffinwell and gaining access to the Starflight Express, you'll be able to go to Alltrades Abbey, where you can change the vocation of anyone in your party.
@Birdman13I'd put its OHKO percentage between 5% - 10%. Closer to ten though probably.
Edited on Sat 24th July, 2010 @ 23:14 by nintendogamerftw
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70. Posted: Sat 24th Jul 2010 23:47 BST
Thanks. I hope I'll get there soon I don't want to be a minstrel...
71. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 00:26 BST
i actually like minstrel, since it is the "all around" type class.
Edited on Sun 25th July, 2010 @ 00:28 by noname875
72. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 00:56 BST
@Roopa - I'll do my best to avoid plot spoilers, but you can't immediately change your profession when you get there. It'll be another boss battle before that can occur, one that goes immediately from cutscene to battle, so be prepared for that.
@Nintendogamerftw - So, it's be better as a weapon to carry around for boss battles than conventional fights?
Edited on Sun 25th July, 2010 @ 00:57 by Birdman
73. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 01:45 BST
@RoopaI was about 15 hours in before reaching the Abbey (and you have to run through a dungeon first and "rescue" someone before you can change classes), but i spent a lot of time just running around and "grinding" a bit, so i'm sure you can reach it much sooner.
@BirdmanI'd keep a staff equipped, but i imagine it'll boil down to your own personal play-style.
Edited on Sun 25th July, 2010 @ 01:47 by the_shpydar
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74. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 01:58 BST
@Birdman13It doesn't work on bosses.
75. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 03:14 BST
Darn. No point in getting it anymore then.
76. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 10:21 BST
Just to confirm. There is a single savegame slot for a single player, right? So you cannot create more than one character.
77. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 12:32 BST
Far as I know, that is correct.
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...And i'm looking for Pure Water. From what i've read, I still have a ways to go before I get it, right?
78. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 14:33 BST
Pure water? I've never heard of such an item. Are you playing the European version of the game, it may be different in that version. What do you need it for?
79. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 15:11 BST
I don't have 9, but it was in 8 as well, if not all the games. You can use it in the alchemy pot.
Edited on Sun 25th July, 2010 @ 15:12 by Adam
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80. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 18:23 BST
US version. It's a basic item I need for a sidequest. You give it to a guy in Angel Falls and he gives you Angel's Tears, which you give to the guy who wants it in Stornwell Castle.