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While it's not really useful, priests can also tell you how many experience points you need to level up. Being a man that listens to his heart, Torneko sets out on a quest to make his dream come true. In the previous versions of Dragon Quest IV, the spots weren't flashing like this at all, so be happy you've got the DS version! Never leave a town or village without sleeping at the local inn first. He also does random things while fighting, such as confusing enemies, or making them skip turns from time to time. She and her sister are on a quest for revenge. His powerful normal attacks and great amount of HP makes him an ideal character to have in your party during Chapter V. Ragnar is very strong, and one of the best characters in the game when it comes to using normal attacks. Crazy girl. Because of this, he dreams about starting his very own weapons shop, and becoming the best merchant in the whole world! The game consists of several chapters, and each chapter has its own main characters that you will be playing as. Born for adventure. You're now able to browse between the shop inventories of all shops in the town you're in. For example, it features more detailed graphics, and the storyline has been a bit extended compared to the NES version. She's incredibly quick she often gets to move first during battle and does a decent amount of damage, but can't use magic spells. It's smart to know how to do things before starting to play RPGs. You'll find yourself using this feature a lot. At the beginning of Chapter I, he's asked by the king to find a bunch of missing children, and bring them back to their parents. Oh, it's free too. Perhaps she is. Another more important difference between day and night, is that some events can only be triggered during day, while others can only be triggered at night. That would make everything nicer. Talk to him and select the "Confession" option. 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He has known Alena ever since she was a small kid, and watches over her as if she was the most important thing in the world. That's like thousand years ago, but Dragon Quest never gets old. Naturally, you need to pay coins to buy stuff, but you don't have to actually visit the stores in order to see how many coins their wares will cost you. Remember to buy new equipment for your characters often, and never go to a dungeon without carrying healing items with you. If you've got information that you think others could find useful, please don't hesitate getting in touch either. Her agility makes her ideal for taking out the quick Metal Slimes who always try to escape after running into your party. Just make sure to read all the sections under "Before Playing Dragon Quest IV" if you're new to the Dragon Quest series, or just want a quick refresher on the basics. This makes the Tsar worry about her, and in the end he decides to keep her locked up in the castle at all times. 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He also has a huge lot of HP, but isn't able to use any magic spells at all. When i write guides, I usually concentrate mainly on getting people through the main game, and while doing that, I also list items that can be found hidden in various places. Note that spending the night at an inn does NOT remove any status ailments. Torneko doesn't have any powerful magic spells though, and by the time Ragnar joins you in Chapter V, he's not of your most reliable party members anymore. If you sleep at this kind of place, all of your party members will restore all of their health and magic points. All of these shining spots are listed in the main walkthrough, just like the other hidden items in the game. Kiryl is a priest that has great healing spells, but poor normal attacks. Alena hates this, and ends up escaping from the castle, after breaking the wall in her own bedroom! 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It's all pretty old-school though, so people that have been following the series up through the years should be pleased. If you're looking for a character that does lots of damage using spells, this might be your best shot. Unless they don't like good games, of course.