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Title: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Rikka on April 16, 2013, 01:50:19 PM
Dragon's Dogma is an action role-playing game developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game features an open world fantasy setting, in addition to hack and slash and survival horror elements, and was released in North America on May 22, 2012, May 25, 2012 in Europe, and May 24, 2012 in Japan. The game was developed by staff members that worked on previous Capcom franchises such as Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and Breath of Fire and seems to be a throw-back to the Dungeons & Dragons series of games developed by Capcom. Following the game's successful launch, Capcom is planning to develop a sequel
it is by far one of my favorite games!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on April 16, 2013, 11:17:17 PM
Wow someone else besides me plays this game. Next Tuesday, the expansion pack Dark Arisen comes out. This is a really good sleeper hit. Anybody who plays this and wants to use a high lvl pawn, send me a pm and I'll let you know the pawn's name, or just look up my gt, same as my forum name.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Rikka on April 17, 2013, 06:55:41 AM
Wow someone else besides me plays this game. Next Tuesday, the expansion pack Dark Arisen comes out. This is a really good sleeper hit. Anybody who plays this and wants to use a high lvl pawn, send me a pm and I'll let you know the pawn's name, or just look up my gt, same as my forum name.
Cheers Quad
Yes im looking forward to the Dark Arisen dlc and mostly fighting the new enemies!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on April 17, 2013, 10:26:58 AM
i have it, just gota get around to playing it XD
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Kitty on April 17, 2013, 10:53:10 AM
Still havent played it, might see if I can get it cheap. :D
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Rikka on April 17, 2013, 11:31:37 AM
both of you need to play it O: its really fun :D
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: The White Rabbit on April 17, 2013, 12:48:52 PM
I've been curious for a while but nowhere sells it cheap around here :(
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Stormthorn on April 17, 2013, 12:55:35 PM
Still havent played it, might see if I can get it cheap. :D

Its good, but takes time investment.

Bosses are BIG and you need to work on a good team of pawns (or get some from friends. I can lend mine) to take them on.

The game has a sort of hardmore conversion that happens as well, and a massive bonus-boss dungeons that you can sink a lot of time into.

Also, its the only epic fantsy RPG I know of where I can play a fat 13-year old hero and one of the romance options is a witch who looks waaay underage.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Dig deeper on April 18, 2013, 05:07:50 PM
I purely don't like this game because my friend likes it.

My friend is a idiot to say the least.

He thinks he is going to get the remake free and hd texture pack free because he brought the game.

P.s if. It's make in 2012 why is there going to be a remake? I'm questioning what stupid Internet source he got it from this time.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Rikka on April 22, 2013, 01:45:49 AM
maybe your friend is talking about the new dlc? since its coming out in a couple of days
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Stormthorn on April 22, 2013, 01:56:29 AM
maybe your friend is talking about the new dlc? since its coming out in a couple of days

This is a man who doesnt like something he isnt familiar with just because someone else does like it. Dont look too hard for logic in his post.

Although the issue is muddled somewhat by him claiming his friend is an idiot, which means his post may actually be a perfect representation of his friends thoughts.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Achronis on April 22, 2013, 02:15:20 AM
I found the demo thoroughly enjoyable but didn't get the game imagining Capcom might pull a lemon-move and re-release the game for less money as they've done before, huh, lucky me.

I have played it extensively and I can say that the only thing holding back this otherwise fantastic game is Capcom's greed, there were a lot of problems in the original that don't seem to have been fixed in Dark Arisen, the weapon and character customization system is still very linear and the pawn AI didn't receive enough attention, mobs are still quite uninspired too, oh, and the lack of PvP or any sort of MM mode is also quite disappointing, I am buying the game though, given that I never did get it.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on April 22, 2013, 01:18:27 PM
Still havent played it, might see if I can get it cheap. :D

Its good, but takes time investment.

Bosses are BIG and you need to work on a good team of pawns (or get some from friends. I can lend mine) to take them on.

The game has a sort of hardmore conversion that happens as well, and a massive bonus-boss dungeons that you can sink a lot of time into.

Also, its the only epic fantsy RPG I know of where I can play a fat 13-year old hero and one of the romance options is a witch who looks waaay underage.

so theres love intrest stuff? any idea if there same sex love intrest stuff liek mass effect?, not nessarly agsint men, but when it come to vidoe games i perfer other females ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Stormthorn on April 25, 2013, 12:56:33 PM
Still havent played it, might see if I can get it cheap. :D

Its good, but takes time investment.

Bosses are BIG and you need to work on a good team of pawns (or get some from friends. I can lend mine) to take them on.

The game has a sort of hardmore conversion that happens as well, and a massive bonus-boss dungeons that you can sink a lot of time into.

Also, its the only epic fantsy RPG I know of where I can play a fat 13-year old hero and one of the romance options is a witch who looks waaay underage.

so theres love intrest stuff? any idea if there same sex love intrest stuff liek mass effect?, not nessarly agsint men, but when it come to vidoe games i perfer other females ^_^

Yeah. Its a minor thing. All the significant NPCs in the game have hidden affection values and you rescue and then live with the one thats highest late in the game. One particular female love interest has some quests tied to her and none of them care if your male or female.

Protip: Dont talk to inkeepers more than you need to and pull out your weapon near them sometimes. Dealing with them gives you affection with them, so you might end up with a fat inkeeper as your romance if your not careful.


I will say that the high-end magic of the game and the big bosses (that you can climb on to fight) are about the coolest in any game around. I killed a Chimera by jumping on its side and hitting it so it staggered off a cliff. I rode it down and used its body to absorb the impact. One spell I saw also bombards a football field sized area with huge meteors.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Atrices on April 28, 2013, 05:59:25 PM
I'm not sure about the expansion. What improvements have they made? Also can I just get it on Xbox marketplace?
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: The Doctor on April 29, 2013, 10:27:11 AM
I can't believe they decided to not port it to PC, it would of been epic.

I haven't played it however, I might pick up Dark Arisen for my 360, the hardcore difficulty thing sounded very interesting for me ;D
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Stormthorn on April 30, 2013, 01:01:27 AM
I'm not sure about the expansion. What improvements have they made? Also can I just get it on Xbox marketplace?

Im interested in this too.

I doubt anything they can offer will top the emergant gameplay of cliff-surfing a five ton cat beast to its death, but who knows.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on May 01, 2013, 01:42:38 PM
It is suggested that you don't attempt the Bitterback Island at less than level 45. I have my main and pawn at lvl 176, another lvl175, and a maxed out lvl pawn, and I have died more time in this part of the the game than I did my first play through, I only died 3 times. Death is a major pain in the a, he has a 1 shot kill move, that is a perma kill for pawns. Anybody just picking this up, send me a FR and I can hook you up with some good gear. The hard mode for the main story isn't really very hard, but a good challenge while still below lvl 60, and the speed mode can be done in under an hour and a half. The game is kind of slow to begin, but picks up after a couple of hours of play, and has game plus, so every time you beat the game, you can restart it at your current lvl and gear.
Cheers Quad
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Post by: Codinevandal on May 01, 2013, 02:12:51 PM
love this game, just got it last week and i'm digging it. like fable meets shadow of the colossus
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Stormthorn on May 01, 2013, 09:17:18 PM
love this game, just got it last week and i'm digging it. like fable meets shadow of the colossus

In a way, yes. With the Pawns being an interesting and deep option too.

I just wish I could have more characters, since character customization is so deep and you unlock more colors and such as you play.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on May 02, 2013, 08:46:16 PM
Finaly installed this and started playing, love the customization for charictors, so many cool outfits form the prebuilt things.

tho now I am being told to pick a class..........and idk if its just my body type or what but the armor types look soooooooooooo rediculiues XD

the warrior set my breasts are sticking out of the armor.......because theres no armor to cover them.........yea that's a brilliant idea, I don't need thos any way right? XD

the stirder set is just as bad, only one brest has armor on it...........because I don't need the 2nd one aparintly............

lest the mage set makes sense XD ^_^

tho I look BA in the armor for warrior I am probly gona go mage since I like being support and healing in any game I have the option for.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Anbu on February 05, 2014, 04:10:14 PM
Well, I've been playing Dragons Dogma for a little bit and I took the quest to hunt down the gryphon inside the tower, I traveled VERY far, and eventually got to the tower. Completely destroyed the Gryphon, BUT theres a problem. I did not bring a teleportation stone, so I have to walk all the way back to Gran Soren. The problem is, I'm quite a low level character and I am easily killed by most monsters on the way back, the only way I got to the tower was running past all of the mobs/enemies. What do I do? I've tried around ten whole times on trying to get back to Gran Soren but I cannot get ANYWHERE near it. What do I do?
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on February 05, 2014, 05:04:03 PM
Well, I've been playing Dragons Dogma for a little bit and I took the quest to hunt down the gryphon inside the tower, I traveled VERY far, and eventually got to the tower. Completely destroyed the Gryphon, BUT theres a problem. I did not bring a teleportation stone, so I have to walk all the way back to Gran Soren. The problem is, I'm quite a low level character and I am easily killed by most monsters on the way back, the only way I got to the tower was running past all of the mobs/enemies. What do I do? I've tried around ten whole times on trying to get back to Gran Soren but I cannot get ANYWHERE near it. What do I do?
There is a port crystal, purple glowing crystal, up at the top of the tower, and a ferry stone as well, look to the crumbled edge, make sure to grab the port crystal and set right out side the tower, you have to go back there later. If you have the Dark Arisen copy of DD, then there is an eternal ferry stone in you inventory at any of the inns where you store your stuff. Hope this helps.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Anbu on February 05, 2014, 05:11:47 PM
There is a port crystal, purple glowing crystal, up at the top of the tower, and a ferry stone as well, look to the crumbled edge, make sure to grab the port crystal and set right out side the tower, you have to go back there later. If you have the Dark Arisen copy of DD, then there is an eternal ferry stone in you inventory at any of the inns where you store your stuff. Hope this helps.
Cheers Quad
I grabbed the port crystal, but there was no ferry stone. I looked everywhere.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on February 05, 2014, 06:03:10 PM
It might only be there for the 2nd trip, sorry, if you want to send me fr you can use my lvl180 mage for free.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Anbu on February 05, 2014, 06:20:09 PM
It might only be there for the 2nd trip, sorry, if you want to send me fr you can use my lvl180 mage for free.
Cheers Quad
Is there anything else I can do? Should I just try to run past all of the monsters and such?
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on February 05, 2014, 07:11:56 PM
Take your time, the enemies will only help you advance lvls in the game, but it depends on your party, and how you feel about the fights, unless I'm in a hurry to get somewhere, I fight everything. Don't forget there is one of the stone where you can hire different pawns right outside the tower, if you don't like your pawns, switch them out for some better ones. I run as a Ranger, and have 1 Mage, and 2 Sorcerers.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on August 25, 2014, 01:58:16 PM
hay all ^_^

Agy plays this game! ^_^

so if any oen still playes it, you can hire my pawn of justic! ^_^

shes a lv 24 fighter. and super cute ^_^

GT Agykoo ^_^

anywho, quad turned me onto this game. and i absolotly love it ^_^!!!

its a shame it didnt get to much press. honsitly to me, this game is better then skyrim ^_^

its kinda a mix of darksouls with skyrim, but with a party system.

its a veyr cool game, go play it! ^_^ rent our pawns! have da fun! slay da dragon!!!!!!! ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on August 25, 2014, 03:51:14 PM
My brother plays this game, but I do not. Is this game worth playing? I've watched him play it a few times, but never had the urge to ever really start playing it. I sort of understand what it's about, but just curious about it.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on August 25, 2014, 04:07:08 PM
It's a very good JRPG, if you want to sink some hours in it's worth it, you can borrow pawns from friends or rent them from available pawns in the rift, if they are a higher lvl than you. It's best to have a save file with just the Dragon's Dogma game, then use the DD Dark Arisen disk, but not necessary. I have a lvl 193 main and pawn, I think one more time on hard mode will get me to max lvl. You should at least try it out, but give it more than an hour or two before you make up your mind about it, it's slow to start.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on August 25, 2014, 04:09:50 PM
It's a very good JRPG, if you want to sink some hours in it's worth it, you can borrow pawns from friends or rent them from available pawns in the rift, if they are a higher lvl than you. It's best to have a save file with just the Dragon's Dogma game, then use the DD Dark Arisen disk, but not necessary. I have a lvl 193 main and pawn, I think one more time on hard mode will get me to max lvl. You should at least try it out, but give it more than an hour or two before you make up your mind about it, it's slow to start.
Cheers Quad

Alright, Quad. I'll see if I can find a demo or something. I'd like to see why my brother plays it so much, as well as everyone else. Thanks for the info.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: I on August 25, 2014, 07:45:59 PM
awesome that game hands down was a really cool game to play.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on August 25, 2014, 08:26:15 PM
I tried it out and it was okay, just not for me.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on August 25, 2014, 11:39:10 PM
The demo doesn't do it justice, and the game's first 2 hours or so are kind of slow, but it picks up speed and gets really good. See if your brother will let you borrow the game for a few days.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on August 25, 2014, 11:45:23 PM
The demo doesn't do it justice, and the game's first 2 hours or so are kind of slow, but it picks up speed and gets really good. See if your brother will let you borrow the game for a few days.
Cheers Quad
I would but it's on his hard drive, and he lives all the way out in Missouri. :/
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on August 31, 2014, 08:05:45 PM
Just got to max level, 200 on here.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on August 31, 2014, 08:08:18 PM
Just got to max level, 200 on here.
Cheers Quad
Congratz Quad! Which character was it?
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on September 04, 2014, 09:05:46 PM
My ranger and mage pawn, also beat Bitter Black Isle DLC, going to farm the boss for more good gear. You're missing out on a good game Jack.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 04, 2014, 09:09:34 PM
My ranger and mage pawn, also beat Bitter Black Isle DLC, going to farm the boss for more good gear. You're missing out on a good game Jack.
Cheers Quad
If I had some spare cash, I'd get it. Unfortunately, still waiting for my check. :/
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on September 04, 2014, 10:28:18 PM
If you get it get the regular Dragon's Dogma, make a game save, then get the Dark Arisen, it has all the DLC on the disk, but you'll get some extra stuff for having the regular game save.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 04, 2014, 10:35:41 PM
If you get it get the regular Dragon's Dogma, make a game save, then get the Dark Arisen, it has all the DLC on the disk, but you'll get some extra stuff for having the regular game save.
Cheers Quad
Will do, thanks for the info, Quad. Any other tips after I get the game?
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Rikka on September 04, 2014, 10:59:50 PM
Will do, thanks for the info, Quad. Any other tips after I get the game?
Don't start the Bitterblack Isle until you are a high level
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on September 05, 2014, 12:56:56 AM
Will do, thanks for the info, Quad. Any other tips after I get the game?
Let me know when you get it, I can give you some good starting gear, and help you set up your main and pawn for best  playing style. Also what Rikka said, I'd wait till you were at least lvl90 or so for Bitter Black Isle.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 05, 2014, 02:05:56 AM
Let me know when you get it, I can give you some good starting gear, and help you set up your main and pawn for best  playing style. Also what Rikka said, I'd wait till you were at least lvl90 or so for Bitter Black Isle.
Cheers Quad
Alright, much appreciated Quad. I'll let you know when I get it. And Lymiik. /sage
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on September 05, 2014, 02:35:43 AM
Will do, thanks for the info, Quad. Any other tips after I get the game?

yea friend request agy, rent agys pawn, profit ^_^

o there is a TON of missble gear/items/quests if you don't know what your looking for, as the game changes as you move threw the main quests, locking off some areas, opening up new, complty redoing some areas even. so it helps to read up on the wika and stuff ^_^

exp, theres scrools in the game that can teach every pawn in your party a new strategy or info for fighting different mobs. well I just got one that can only be gotten during, not after or before, a certain main quest. if you beat it your out of luck till a new game+ so keep your eyes out for stuff ^_^

edit:
more stuff

theres 9 classes in the game, but only your main charictor can be the 3 hybrid classes, your pawm can only be one of 6 classes.

theres also a ton of useless skills imo. theres even more skills that are uttrly worthless for your pawn, but are insanely cool/damagaing if your the one using them.
exp, I hated the fighter calss, because it felt like my pawn did nothing. I just so happened to play as it and was amazed to see me slughter whole groups of people, because I aculty have half a brain.

building on the above, pawns are distrublingly stupid. they at times seem like they use random skills. they jump off cliffs to there deaths, sometimes to get at a mob.........dispite having a bow (looking at rikas pawn). other times they have the bright idea to follow you off a cliff that could only be made if you have livate (looking at my own pawn). and they ALWAYS seem to blow up exspoives at the most inaprtiune time......to the point it can blow you off a cliff and kill you (Idk witch pawn did it). basickly there useful, but they arnt smart at all. you can use the same class to a much more effective abailty. but they are useful....dispite there insanae stupidness.

try to raise there knoldge lvs, form 1-3 stars. they aculty can be helpful, the higher the star for X Y Z the more info they have. they can give out useful info in a fight (like if something is weak to fire). or they can even lead you to short cuts/switches.

the games funny about giving out 3 stars for things, for mobs the first 2 stars seems to be a kill count, the 3rd is a spaile abilty the mob uses against you, at lest that's what it looks like to me so far/wika
for locations and quests, the game can be a PITA for getting 3 stars, I got 1 quests theres no reason I shouldn't have gotten 3 stars for....turns out I needed to kill 1 of 3 mobs, THEN run back out side of the dungion, talk to the quest givier.....then run back in and finish it to get all3 stars........like a sane person I just killed all 3 mobs......derp
for a location I should have gotten 3 stars..........turns out I didn't because I had to go out into the unknown on the map and find the sexret exit that theres no way to know it even exsists unless you knew it was there........and try to make your way in and attempt to open a locked door you cant get in........then explore the whole place form the real entrance to get 3 stars.......derp.
so if your doing a new quest or going into a new area. read the darn wika.....it will pay off.

like wise some quests (2 I found so far), you cant even get 3 stars till you play it gain in a newgame plus (seems worthless imo) but the game is nutty.

also........just because your doing the right thing.......doesint mean your doing the right thing......this game is nutty when it comes to right and wrong, and has a sick sense of justice.  so always read the wika.......just becusde you know your doping the right thing.......dosint mean your doing the right thing when it comes to the game. (already ran into 2 things like this, but no spoilers) ^_^

you can use the mages/sosccors leviaite to get into places you couldent other wise.....including quest areas your not suspied ot be able to, so have fun but becarful ^_^

the game is nutty when it comes to gear, for exp, if you put on a pice of gear that gives say +5 str.........and try t put on anther pice to comapir it.........the stupid game wont mention to you you are losing the +5 str if the other pice of gar doesint have it. you need to put the cursor back over the + str gear you just took off to see it was +5 str.......real PITA but manageable once you know how ot look for it.

always grab your core skills, they take up no slots and almost always tend to be good (minues the mages/soccrors force blst and the orb thingy.......imo)

o party make up, its better to spread ou classes then say have 4 fighters. as theres some mobs immue to phisycal damage, and some with high magic rrisistances to certain things. so try to have always at l;eat one magic uses and one phicysacal damage person.

also a mage (the games healer ironikly) is invalaiuable early in the game, as its hard to come by healing items at first (latter in the game its a joke as I sit on an innifitne supply of healing potions that heal not only me, but the whole party at the same time). and for there statues cures.
sadly the game has a nutty healing system, a hp and a real hp. the white bar your gona see Is how much hp you can get back threw healing magic. to raise it up any more you need to rest at an inn, or use a healing item.

always have lantern oil on you.

NEVER EVER EVER give your pawns any flasks like oil or water, as they will use them for random things, there lanterns never run out of oil (the neg to this is they also don't have the range yours does). any items that restore hp or stam they will use too. so keep a check on there stuff. they will also pick up stuff for you.......at utter random ness.

theres a series f quests that are 100% missable, and are al needed for a achivment. called the hero quests. some even add cool things to the game like more shops with unqe gear. there worth doing, and are easly missable as the only way to do them is to find the person who gives them. and they can move around in citys and such.

^_^ that's what I can think of off the top of my head ^_^

edit2: don't be an ass in the game, it will bite you hard. as every single npc in the game even ones you meet in the streets all have there own uniqe range of feelings to you. if you keep on being a butthead by running into them, or scaring them off, or attacking them. it will hurt you. you can even purmentinyl mess up quests this way. so don't be a butthead.
some places even have jails if you attack someone....that you cant run from XD.

some mobs in the game are destubingly powerful. mainly the drake and such, but other mobs like wraiths while not super strong can summion entire armys. other mobs are gona be brutal at first (orgers, Cyclops, chimarias, golems and such). and while some get much easyer latter on, your first real battle with a Cyclops/orger/chirmaira is gona be brutal. never underesistamte big mobs in this game till you know for sure there push overs for your group (exp Cyclops/orgers/chirmais are a joke to me now).
chimarias tend to appear out of no where.........
also most big mobs are unluckly surroined by smaller mobs sometimes, so even if you could easl tke a big mob, throw in 10+ small mobs and watch your pawns die. so becarful out there ^_^

o save oftin, expcialy out in the open world, you would be amazed at how quickly time can fly in RL when your running around in the world, the game does NOT auto save out in the open world. so you could easly lose an hour+ if your not carful (I have dne it before).
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 05, 2014, 02:41:19 AM
yea friend request agy, rent agys pawn, profit ^_^

o there is a TON of missble gear/items/quests if you don't know what your looking for, as the game changes as you move threw the main quests, locking off some areas, opening up new, complty redoing some areas even. so it helps to read up on the wika and stuff ^_^

exp, theres scrools in the game that can teach every pawn in your party a new strategy or info for fighting different mobs. well I just got one that can only be gotten during, not after or before, a certain main quest. if you beat it your out of luck till a new game+ so keep your eyes out for stuff ^_^

Haha Okay, Agy! I'll do that. :)

Sounds like certain other games, things and places change up loot and items. I will DEFINITELY look into every thing I can for the game, so I don't miss stuff. I appreciate the information, Agy! /sage
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on September 05, 2014, 03:08:17 AM
Haha Okay, Agy! I'll do that. :)

Sounds like certain other games, things and places change up loot and items. I will DEFINITELY look into every thing I can for the game, so I don't miss stuff. I appreciate the information, Agy! /sage


I just made a noval of more stuff, you should go check it out ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 05, 2014, 03:18:30 AM
I just made a noval of more stuff, you should go check it out ^_^
Whoa, I better keep this page in mind when I get my copy of the game... o_o
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on September 05, 2014, 04:12:28 AM
Whoa, I better keep this page in mind when I get my copy of the game... o_o

I just picked up a skelton lord and threw him off a cliff and killed him, use the land to your advantage.

pick up EVERYTHING, what seems like trash is aculty a quest item, what seems like a herb is somehow used to upgrade metal armor. every thing has a use somehow. even if you don't see it now, when you go to upgrade gear you wil be amazed at whats needed both in quainty and just nuttiness.

when you make your main/pawn, your carry weight is directly effected by your hight AND weight. I made the mistake of making my charictors super tall, I didn't realize I needed to make them heavyer too to get more carrywieght XD. now I gota wait till I beat the game to edit them again XD.

enemys can use the land to there advantage too, harpys can grab you and drop you to your death, a Cyclops on a bridge can knock you off it. always be awear of the dumb just around the corner ^_^

never get ride of any thing in the quest items section, you get gety a supring number of quest items in this game that you don't even have the quest for yet.

always check gather spots, they can have amzing gear/scrolls in them.

ALL chest/gather spots repsanw after a certain number of days. as do mobs.

some items can only be gotten off mobs by doing certain things, or exp a Cyclops tusks by breaking them off in a fight.

the game does a terrible job of exspaling what some skills do, when in dought check the wika. exp, the fighter skill that swears it gives you more carry weight, in aculty only makes I so your very light weight range is 20 pounds more, it doesint aculty let you carry more.

how much you carry has a direct effect on you. it effects stam use, aand run speed. and even odd things like being blown away by wind........ (lols were had). its split into very light/light/average (noticeable diffrinces now)/heavy/very heavy/ over encombrenced.

some items outlive there usefulness, exp I have a cape I found I the start of the game that gave me +30 stam......huge deal when you first start......I now have about 1150 stam. so the +30 is not a huge deal any more. don't limit your coolness to some items.

be amazed as you die form simple hights, the drop is ALWAYS further then you think.

don't go deep in the water, if you do you will see eels attacking you, there called the brin, while they do no damage in them to long and you get knocked out and wash up somewhere kinda near by and drenched (you dotn want to be drenched, expicly at night). you can still go into the water, but not to deep you will notice when your to deep.

your not the only clever one out there, some mobs will set up ambushes and use girrila tactics on you. you'd be amazed how well a huge chirmaiara can hide >.> (o look bandits! this will be easy let me just cast mael-{gets jumped by a chirmaira 20x her size that latterly lempt out of the woods at her, sending me flying threw the air as we now figtht the 20+ bandits and a chirmaira.......}) ^_^

nighttime is evil, different mobs show up in the world map. namely undead. what may be a vally filled with bunnys and tiny spiders during the day. will turn into a hellishnightmare vally filled with skelton soscoros, wraiths, skelly lords, undead warriors, phantasums, and so on. becarful traveling at night.
dungiosn tend to stay the same, some areas tho (witchwood comes to mind) does have its mobs changed at night.

if you noticed a colored skull on your minimp, it means one of your pawns died, drop every thing and rush to it, you can revive them with the "B" buttion and they get back half hp. there immortal so long as you keep reviving them. fail to do so and its not the end of the world, your main pawn can easly be gotten back form a rift stone, other pawns dpending on who they where for friends its as easy as a rift stone viste, for others it could cost you in rift cryristals.
ether way be sure to revive them, if they go somewhere you cant reach say off a cliff.....don't worry, you can get them back at a rift stone.

Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on September 27, 2014, 08:44:12 PM
so I fianly beat the "mainish" boss of the game the dragon.

dare I say bestist RPG ever made! ^_^

the dragon boss battle was a true boss battle. a every thing went into it kinda fight. there was balistia usage, running threw fallen down bridges climbing towers, just general nuttiness. was one of the best boss fights I have ever played.

even better, I knew that the game wasint over when you beat the boss. but beating the dragon dieifntly nailed home this game is all about "the road to hell is paved with good intentions" that the game has been following. was an unbelievable twist showing all the ironic consaquinces of destrying something that could destry the world, stuff I never thougth of that could be connected it showed how in a flawless way. was unbelavable. one of the coolist transistions in a game ever.

this really feels like one of those "the game doesint start till you beat it" kinda things. tons of new mobs now, hellhounds that can littrly drag you away. hydras that can latterly swallow you whole! wild crazy things I really don't want to give away.

theres even a community raid boss now after you beat the dragon. where people all over the world playing the game fight a single mega boss. because it takes that many people to bring it down. but the coolist thing is you never see any oen else but your own party. the bosses health is linked but not the area. so theres nofighting over loot r any thing. its wild ^_^!!!!!

but even with all this nuttiness I think my fav boss battle so far has to be the first time I fought a "metal golem". took me utterly by surprise. took something like 20+ mins to take it down as I ran around screaming in RL as this thing just stomped its way threew the forest/swamp I was in. laughing as we attacked it. it was pitch black too barly any light save for our lanterns (since I bother to follow the light guide in the brightness setting, really does add to the game!).
coolist part was the boss figth music:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8R-su3rhIo

started playing as it rose from the ground to stomp me. blasting threw my speakers was soooooooooooo cool of a battle ^_^!!!
just utter chaos as we ran around trying to figure out how to kill it as more regular golems rose form the ground t join the fight. was so much chaos and fun! even after figuring out what to do we still had to run around and run screaming form, it as it chased us down and over hills and threw the swamp. was so much fun ^_^!!

I love this game so much ^_^!!! shame it never got good press and not to many played it.

go buy it now! ^_^

havint even tuched the dark arisin exspainsion yet ether ^_^!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on September 27, 2014, 08:50:55 PM
This game has a big following Agy, it got popular by word of mouth, a true sleeper hit. Glad you enjoyed it as much as I do, now just wait till you fight the final boss.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on September 27, 2014, 08:53:04 PM
This game has a big following Agy, it got popular by word of mouth, a true sleeper hit. Glad you enjoyed it as much as I do, now just wait till you fight the final boss.
Cheers Quad

I know I keep telling every one I know :O! (granted I only know people here XD). I want more to play it! ^_^

I know I cant wait for the ur-dragon fight, and for other goodies! and I haven't even hit the expsaiaion yet!!! ^_^!!!!

moar must play!!!!!!! ^_^

and yes I thank quad for getting me adictied to this game ^_^!!!!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 19, 2014, 12:31:34 PM
Hey Quad, I finally got Dragon's Dogma today at Gamestop. Should be pre-occupied with it today, figured you'd like to know. :P I'll let ya'll know if I like it or not. So far, the demo was not bad though. Rather enjoyed the customization of creating a character. /sage
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on October 19, 2014, 04:08:02 PM
Just remember it takes a couple of hours to really get going as far as game play, hope you like it and make sure you hire my pawn.
Cheers Quad /quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 19, 2014, 05:26:54 PM
Just remember it takes a couple of hours to really get going as far as game play, hope you like it and make sure you hire my pawn.
Cheers Quad /quad
All I can say is this, the beginning to this was WAY COOLER and way more fun than the demo. These simple things you can do, items you pick up, small quests from other people. It's so much fun! Not to mention I saved this one guy just outside the first town, the one that gets attacked by the Dragon. He was ambushed by some goblins. That guy, the Rook, he and I took em down and I earned my first piece of gear from it. This game is really cool so far, I really think it has promise. And I will hire your pawn, don't worry. The second I find out how, I will. Thanks Quad /quad!

/sage
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: BeardedSHROOMS on October 19, 2014, 05:30:27 PM
All I can say is this, the beginning to this was WAY COOLER and way more fun than the demo. These simple things you can do, items you pick up, small quests from other people. It's so much fun! Not to mention I saved this one guy just outside the first town, the one that gets attacked by the Dragon. He was ambushed by some goblins. That guy, the Rook, he and I took em down and I earned my first piece of gear from it. This game is really cool so far, I really think it has promise. And I will hire your pawn, don't worry. The second I find out how, I will. Thanks Quad /quad!

/sage


I would actually avoid hiring quad's pawn, it will be a much higher level than you and probably kill a fair amount of the challenge in the game.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 19, 2014, 10:01:50 PM
All I can say is this, the beginning to this was WAY COOLER and way more fun than the demo. These simple things you can do, items you pick up, small quests from other people. It's so much fun! Not to mention I saved this one guy just outside the first town, the one that gets attacked by the Dragon. He was ambushed by some goblins. That guy, the Rook, he and I took em down and I earned my first piece of gear from it. This game is really cool so far, I really think it has promise. And I will hire your pawn, don't worry. The second I find out how, I will. Thanks Quad /quad!

/sage


rememeber to hire agys pawn too ^_^

also yea higher lv pawns arte powerful, but even with it there are some battles you need to becarful of. including if they get possessed and kill you. but at lest this way you know you have great pawns + your own pawn ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 19, 2014, 10:15:06 PM
rememeber to hire agys pawn too ^_^

also yea higher lv pawns arte powerful, but even with it there are some battles you need to becarful of. including if they get possessed and kill you. but at lest this way you know you have great pawns + your own pawn ^_^

Oh yes! I will be after /quad 's and Agy's pawn! I will make sure to put them to work. ;)
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 20, 2014, 02:14:29 PM
By the way, Agy and /quad, I am doing good on the story finally! Right now, I am helping transport a Hyrda head with some folks. I made my Pawn, and I still have rook right behind me to. Once I get the chance, I will hire one of your pawns or both! This game is really fun and hard to put down! xD And, I picked the class of Mage to start, I like it. It's very strong once you level it up. I enjoy Ingle a lot, puts enemies down quick!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 20, 2014, 08:22:26 PM
By the way, Agy and /quad, I am doing good on the story finally! Right now, I am helping transport a Hyrda head with some folks. I made my Pawn, and I still have rook right behind me to. Once I get the chance, I will hire one of your pawns or both! This game is really fun and hard to put down! xD And, I picked the class of Mage to start, I like it. It's very strong once you level it up. I enjoy Ingle a lot, puts enemies down quick!

becarful as its very easy to do story quests in the game and screw your self overe for side quests or the hero quests.

also you could already hire me and quad forem the encampment XD ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 20, 2014, 08:25:44 PM
becarful as its very easy to do story quests in the game and screw your self overe for side quests or the hero quests.

also you could already hire me and quad forem the encampment XD ^_^
Oh yeah Agy, I have already seen to it that I messed up one or two quests from doing the main story before those. >_< And I am eagerly ready to take on both your pawns! This game is way too much fun. I traded in my standard edition for the Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen one.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 20, 2014, 10:37:11 PM
Oh yeah Agy, I have already seen to it that I messed up one or two quests from doing the main story before those. >_< And I am eagerly ready to take on both your pawns! This game is way too much fun. I traded in my standard edition for the Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen one.

cool ^_^ I gota get around to playing the exp sometime, right now I am to hyped up on alien, but that's almost over so I can get back to it ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 20, 2014, 10:45:45 PM
cool ^_^ I gota get around to playing the exp sometime, right now I am to hyped up on alien, but that's almost over so I can get back to it ^_^
Quad and I will be here waiting for you when you get tired of Alien. ;) lol But seriously, I've been messing around on here all day. It's so much fun! I still haven't completed much of the story line yet. Mostly, I've been messing with side quests, leveling up, testing out all the things you can on there. BIG THANKS to Quad for helping guide me through the game. And Agy of course, for her long guide on the game on this topic. :) Off topic, Agy needs an emote of her own. :)
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 20, 2014, 10:47:44 PM
Quad and I will be here waiting for you when you get tired of Alien. ;) lol But seriously, I've been messing around on here all day. It's so much fun! I still haven't completed much of the story line yet. Mostly, I've been messing with side quests, leveling up, testing out all the things you can on there. BIG THANKS to Quad for helping guide me through the game. And Agy of course, for her long guide on the game on this topic. :) Off topic, Agy needs an emote of her own. :)

yea after turning in the hydra head about 90% of the game is open to you, including a drake fight that respawns once every 7-8 days (honsitly its 8). so you can wonder into areas that have nasty insanely powerful creatures, so just keep that in mind ^_^

edit: and yea I need my own emote ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 20, 2014, 11:02:36 PM
yea after turning in the hydra head about 90% of the game is open to you, including a drake fight that respawns once every 7-8 days (honsitly its 8). so you can wonder into areas that have nasty insanely powerful creatures, so just keep that in mind ^_^

edit: and yea I need my own emote ^_^
Oh I will be doing that once I get good enough. I plan on cramming tons of hours with this game and leveling up a LOT! I would like to make Agy an emote, just wonder what she would want? O.o
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on October 20, 2014, 11:41:17 PM
Oh I will be doing that once I get good enough. I plan on cramming tons of hours with this game and leveling up a LOT! I would like to make Agy an emote, just wonder what she would want? O.o
A queen bee with a crown and a wicked stinger. Glad you're enjoying this game, I have several hundred hours into it, and don't see myself quitting any time soon.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 20, 2014, 11:54:07 PM
A queen bee with a crown and a wicked stinger. Glad you're enjoying this game, I have several hundred hours into it, and don't see myself quitting any time soon.
Cheers Quad
I foresee hundreds of hours myself, it's going to be "The Winter of Dragon's Dogma". lol Thanks for the help you two!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 21, 2014, 12:30:58 AM
I foresee hundreds of hours myself, it's going to be "The Winter of Dragon's Dogma". lol Thanks for the help you two!

yes I have about 150+ hours into it, and I have a lot more planed after I beat alien iso ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 21, 2014, 12:31:18 AM
A queen bee with a crown and a wicked stinger. Glad you're enjoying this game, I have several hundred hours into it, and don't see myself quitting any time soon.
Cheers Quad

#1 queen bee agy! ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 21, 2014, 12:44:00 AM
yes I have about 150+ hours into it, and I have a lot more planed after I beat alien iso ^_^
OH! What's your main character type? As far as class vocation and such, I am curious. O: Mine is a Mage, level 17 right now. Not too far yet. :D
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 21, 2014, 02:31:58 AM
OH! What's your main character type? As far as class vocation and such, I am curious. O: Mine is a Mage, level 17 right now. Not too far yet. :D

um..........I think I am a ranger atm? lv 114? I think ^_^

I aculty maxed out every class (including the hybrids) already ^_^

its not game breaking, but once you hit lv 100 you stop getting as much + stats per lv, so it dpeedns on how you want to play. if you think your gona be a mage forever go for it, but if you think you may want to be something else try to have more balanced states. that's what I did I have more or less balanced stats atm ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 21, 2014, 02:38:40 AM
um..........I think I am a ranger atm? lv 114? I think ^_^

I aculty maxed out every class (including the hybrids) already ^_^

its not game breaking, but once you hit lv 100 you stop getting as much + stats per lv, so it dpeedns on how you want to play. if you think your gona be a mage forever go for it, but if you think you may want to be something else try to have more balanced states. that's what I did I have more or less balanced stats atm ^_^

Agy managed to do that!? That's impressive to me. O: I actually do plan on being a magic user, completely. I want to be nothing but pure magic, all the time. SO I suppose I should stick with those vocations. But thank you for more advice, if I do decide to change my mind...I will be balancing him.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on October 21, 2014, 02:41:48 AM
I play a ranger, my favorite class, but I to am maxed out in all classes including the hybrids. I did this for many reasons, mostly though for greater strength and the ability to carry more mushrooms for replenishing my stamina.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 21, 2014, 02:44:58 AM
I play a ranger, my favorite class, but I to am maxed out in all classes including the hybrids. I did this for many reasons, mostly though for greater strength and the ability to carry more mushrooms for replenishing my stamina.
Cheers Quad

Oh? So there is a greater cause for it? Other than just being able to switch Vocations at will and automatically kick butt with them? May have to consider doing the same thing, but I am a purest when it comes to using magic only characters. And, beings I can't make another main character without using another Xbox account to do it. Still unsure if I should follow suit on what you two did.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Quadraphinic on October 21, 2014, 02:48:59 AM
When you are past the dragon fight I'll explain the easy was for you to get the skills for carrying more, best thing is you don't even have to do any fighting, your pawns do it all for you. Takes a couple of hours to do it, but really is worth it in the long run.
Cheers Quad
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 21, 2014, 02:55:44 AM
When you are past the dragon fight I'll explain the easy was for you to get the skills for carrying more, best thing is you don't even have to do any fighting, your pawns do it all for you. Takes a couple of hours to do it, but really is worth it in the long run.
Cheers Quad
Oh nice! I am actually pretty excited to get more seasoned with this game. Freakin' curious about the Bitter Black Isles. I was told to hold off on that place till around level 50-ish. Mainly because I am un-experienced with the game.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 21, 2014, 10:32:38 AM
Oh nice! I am actually pretty excited to get more seasoned with this game. Freakin' curious about the Bitter Black Isles. I was told to hold off on that place till around level 50-ish. Mainly because I am un-experienced with the game.

more like lv 90-100 ^_^

post dragon theres a lot of new enemys, enemys that gave my group a lot of truble even at 80ish. theres even more powerful monsters on bitter black XD ^_^

granted now at lv 114ish (and much better gear). I walk threw most every monster now (tho not yet to bitterblack island yet).

I wanted to try to get some more stars for the monsters. honestly the dragon family just confuses me as I am missing the 3rd for all of them. meaning I am probly missing the same thing for all of them (as theres a lot of tactics that go for a whole family of monsters). and some others like wrath (oddly I have lich maxed XD) I just need more kills for. hydra sucks because I need to do the barrel trick and its exstreamly hard to do out side of the first hydra fight.

o yea, even at lv 114+ hydras and there more powerful arch hydras............are still a pain to fight, just because they have absolotly insanse amounts of hp and can kill you rather easy XD

but other wise I can fight the true boss and and go onto bitter black if I want to ^_^
got all the gear I want form the ur-dragon. only way to get more form him is to fight him online and that's such a craps'shot to get him at the right spot its just nto worth it (as well as the gear is meh compaired to the rest of the gear I can scavange form the everfall.

but I want more cute outfits! ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on October 21, 2014, 10:52:46 AM
more like lv 90-100 ^_^

post dragon theres a lot of new enemys, enemys that gave my group a lot of truble even at 80ish. theres even more powerful monsters on bitter black XD ^_^

granted now at lv 114ish (and much better gear). I walk threw most every monster now (tho not yet to bitterblack island yet).

I wanted to try to get some more stars for the monsters. honestly the dragon family just confuses me as I am missing the 3rd for all of them. meaning I am probly missing the same thing for all of them (as theres a lot of tactics that go for a whole family of monsters). and some others like wrath (oddly I have lich maxed XD) I just need more kills for. hydra sucks because I need to do the barrel trick and its exstreamly hard to do out side of the first hydra fight.

o yea, even at lv 114+ hydras and there more powerful arch hydras............are still a pain to fight, just because they have absolotly insanse amounts of hp and can kill you rather easy XD

but other wise I can fight the true boss and and go onto bitter black if I want to ^_^
got all the gear I want form the ur-dragon. only way to get more form him is to fight him online and that's such a craps'shot to get him at the right spot its just nto worth it (as well as the gear is meh compaired to the rest of the gear I can scavange form the everfall.

but I want more cute outfits! ^_^

Aside from the ever so valuable advice, I shall definitely not venture out there yet. Still quite new to the game, I will wait till around that level or so. Get a better feel for this, and I get the whole outfit thing Agy. ^-^ They have some cool gear/clothing on here. lol
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Agykoo on October 21, 2014, 12:57:07 PM
Aside from the ever so valuable advice, I shall definitely not venture out there yet. Still quite new to the game, I will wait till around that level or so. Get a better feel for this, and I get the whole outfit thing Agy. ^-^ They have some cool gear/clothing on here. lol

agy sometimes plays dragons dogma fasion show! ^_^
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on August 30, 2015, 02:40:19 PM
Just started to play this again recently (due to my brother) and WOW! I forgot how much fun it is! Not to mention, if you have Dark Arisen it is even MORE fun. I learned to basically not use my Pawn and the game has become a lot better for me. I get more experience, more points, and I don't have to hear the chatter of those annoying things all the time. :D Good stuff! I'll keep posting about anything else I find/do.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 10, 2015, 04:26:45 PM
Character Update:

Main: Level 33 Assassin, Rank 8.

Pawn: Level 33 Fighter, Rank 9 (Maxed)

Him and I can take down most things by ourselves, but sometimes I have to call in magic-based pawns for extra support. Thus far Assassins, by themselves, are DEADLY. Brutal attacks with daggers and bows. I'd recommend them to people who enjoy characters with a lot of speed and strength.
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 13, 2015, 11:56:48 AM

Bow:
- launches 10 arrows in one shot. With high enough stamina, this skill can be used often enough to wipe out an entire squad of enemies. Or, in my case, take down cyclops beasts with ease. (USEFUL!)
- This skill focuses the players strength into a VERY powerful shot. The longer you hold it, the stronger the shot becomes once you fire it. GREAT for a long ranged sniper attack on a tough character. Brings down their defense much quicker. Then you pile Tenfold on top of that and they are finished.
- Basically it's like a sniper scope ability. You can zoom in and out getting a VERY precise shot on your target. Drains a decent amount of stamina.
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Augments:
- Lantern illuminates a wider area at night. (Very important)
- Extends the limit of your health. (No brainer)
- Enables you to negotiate higher prices for items and equipment you sell.
- Causes Arrows to fly farther.
- Augments your strength and mitigates damage taken, but only at nighttime. (Useful, you will be out on the road at night A LOT.)
[/list]

These skills combined with what I've earned so far (and my equipment I've enhanced) make me quite deadly at only level 42 with an Archer rank of 8. If one were at odds on what to be...start off as a fighter/strider and change to an Assassin or a Ranger. Worth it.

*UPDATE 2*

http://www.gamespot.com/articles/dragons-dogma-online-reaches-1-million-downloads-i/1100-6430445/

With these numbers in only 10 days, we may see Dragon's Dogma ONLINE in the states or in other countries VERY soon. Hopefully! :D
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on September 20, 2015, 01:28:45 PM
So much has happened since I last updated on this game and my character/pawn. What I can say is this, I have beaten the game and I am on NG+. I am also so in love with this game I almost thought of making a world dedicated to the design of Gransys. Everything about this place is quite spectacular, and if you are a fan of Dark Souls/Demon Souls/Bloodborne architecture this game has a similar style. Very large areas, many dead ends/shortcuts. I love it! Anyway, more updates soon!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: MadDog95 on January 06, 2016, 01:10:15 AM
So with just over a week to the release of the PC version of the game, I was wondering (hoping) if anyone is planning on playing?

If anybody is, make sure to add me on Steam so we can swap pawns!
Title: Re: Dragon's Dogma
Post by: Jack Of Shades on January 07, 2016, 03:47:26 AM
I would but my PC is not my custom rig yet. So I can't, plus I am just awaiting the release of Dragon's Dogma Online for PS4. O: They only have it in Japan currently but it's doing so well. It's only a matter of time before they release it in North America and other countries....hopefully. ;-;