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Dragon Quest III is set many years before the original Dragon Warrior in a world separate from the first two games. A wicked fiend named Baramos threatens to destroy the world. The story revolves around the Hero, son or daughter (the player can choose to be either male or female, with few gameplay changes) of the legendary warrior Ortega. On their sixteenth birthday, the Hero is summoned to the castle and is given by the King of Aliahan the challenge to rid the world of the evil archfiend Baramos, which Ortega attempted in the past but seemingly perished in a volcano. The Hero then is able to recruit up to three traveling companions to help fight Baramos.
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At the beginning of the game, a pre-generated warrior, cleric, and wizard are placed in Ruida's tavern. Additional characters may also be created there. The hero can only be removed from the party if one of the savegames indicates that the game has been completed.
vocation changing, at the Temple of Dharma, can be done whenever a party member (other than the hero) reaches the 20th level. It will reset the character's level to 1 and cut all stat values in half, however the character will retain all spells he or she possessed before the change. Special abilities, such as a merchant's ability to appraise or a thief's ability to snag items, are lost. Typically the greatest advantage to vocation changing is having a warrior/fighter character who knows many magic spells or the ultimate magic using character.
Dragon Warrior III follows the adventures of the son (or daughter) of Ortega, a valiant warrior who fell trying to defeat the Archfiend, Baramos. On the hero's sixteenth birthday, the King of Aliahan sends you out on a journey to finish what your father started. The hero and his three companions will travel across, over, and under the entire world, save two lands from evil, and become legends.
my most anticipated game from Square Enix in a long time. I'm a huge dragon quest fan (my first RPG was the copy of "Dragon Warrior" that came with a Nintendo power subscription back in the day.) so re-playing 3 in this style on the go is like a dream come true for me.
I'm super excited for this. I had 1, 2, and 3 on NES (I had an extensive collection), but I never played that far into any of them. It wasn't till this year that I finally played all the way through a dragon quest game - 11 on switch, which I loved!
The game opens with a massive battle over a volcano between a man with blue hair and a dragon. The battle rages on for several seconds until the blue haired man cuts the wing off of the dragon causing the battle to continue on the ground. The blue haired man eventually runs the dragon through, however the dragon takes hold of the blue haired man and turns and begins to walk into the volcano. The volcano erupts and there is a scream heard, the screen fades to black. 041b061a72