Dragon Quest VII: Warriors of Eden Battle and Monster Information

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

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Dragon Quest VII looks to be shaping into a pretty spectacular game that 3DS owners will be able to thoroughly enjoy. Let’s take a look at some of the features being offered. Some battle aspects will be what you expect, such as monsters that you can see on the field as well as battle scenes that reflect the field or dungeon that you are currently in.

Want stronger monsters? You got it! The monsters will now be faster and more powerful. Each action and motion of the monsters will be increased, which will make them more powerful then ever before.

Flying Devil Iron Turtle Thunder Rat

 

The “Wonder Egg” monsters have also gotten a change. The Wonder Egg monsters will look like a monster encased in an egg shell, but now it will crack and cause damage when it opens to reveal the monster inside. Below we see the evolution of each Wonder Egg.

First cracking after

slight damage.

Coming out of its shell

after more damage.

About to reveal the final

monster form.

 

As you progress into the game, you may encounter enemies with much more strength then other enemies you have encountered. This can be a useful addition for those who might not like spending as much time needed grinding. Some monsters you may encounter are pictured below.

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Herubaomu Time Master Barikunaja

 

Thanks to Jodie Langford for help with the translation.

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What's up everyone? Crystal here! I spend my time writing up the news for you all and keeping us all up to date with incoming game info from Japan. I do a little bit of everything else around here, too. 🙂 Happy Reading!




  • I’m almost as interested in this remake as in playing Dragon Quest X!

  • Maybe this’ll mean that we’ll finally get DQ VIII on a Nintendo system as well? Since that’s the last main one that hasn’t been on a Nintendo system yet.

    • I hope so. Tales of the Abyss took just around a year to get to 3DS, so maybe we could get a port of DQ VIII on the 3DS, too.