There are two ways to breed: by specific monsters or by family. This gives the player the chance to get rid of the monster if they don't like the outcome of the breed, but will not receive the parent monsters back from the transaction. Battle Scene Once at the farm Pulio accuses him of trying to steal his monsters but quickly figures out that Terry is actually the new master and not a thief, apparently by his scent. The more pluses you have, the bigger the stat boost is. Your options are clear: breed or die.
The benefit of pluses -C. Minister Conditions of Appearance: Pick up all the items on a floor Rewards: Heals your monsters, even if one or two are knocked out. You can store them at the Vault. On these floors you can find lots of Metables all you have to do is beat them and you can get 22,000 a piece better than any boss. You have 2 goals here: Collect 10,000 gold to afford the S Class arena thereby skipping all other arena battles , and level up WhipBirds to a level that you think you can beat the S Class.
Both have killer stats and techniques and you want to combine then into one awesome powerhouse monster, so you breed them together, putting GreatDrak as the pedigree and Spotking as its mate. Technology comes to play a larger role in how these combinations are created. Sleep is used constantly on the Golem fight, while Picky uses Sap, then all attack. You can be as low as Lv16 incredibly risky, which is what the record does or up to around Lv20. Round two: Enemies: Slime x2, Stubsuck The only problem here is the Stubsuck, who can put your monsters to sleep.
However, that is not the case. You should use a combination of PaniDance, LureDance and StrongD, while healing intermittently, to slowly whittle down the enemy. Monsters who are flame-resistant will do best here. Then I will do some more of the gates, up through the Bravery Gate. The best is Hotblood, and the worst is Lazy. Dragon Family - Very, very strong monsters, but have stunted leveling capabilities.
There are three versions of both the Conveyor Rooms and the Maze Rooms. You can take a few avenues of approaches: 1 Wander around floors and pick up items, looking for WorldDews, ElfWaters, WorldLeaves, and Staves. Story Welcome to Dragon Warrior Monsters. You will fight them in two places: they will be wondering around the Mystic World under certain conditions, or will be in the Arena-style areas. Again unlike Pokémon, you can steal monsters from other masters by throwing meat in their direction. You may even find yourself disappointed, resentful and angry with what you have created, a modern Frankenstein without any science to support your messy, frustrating — and often gooey — work. Don't forget to check it out.
It is incredibly challenging to get an optimized run and a good time in this game, for the main reason is that you need to have utter mastery of every statistic and mechanic to rely on your decision-making ability to influence clearing areas quickly. RainHawk will more than likely but not always, I have most definitely confirmed use MegaMagic, which is why both WhipBirds need StrongD on first turn. Then he opens up a part of GreatTree so you can participate in a tournament! The player can order these monsters to either choose their own attack by simply selecting the Fight command, or can manually choose what attack that they want their monster to use; however, the monster must like the player enough to listen to him. They have good skills Healing ability, breath attacks, lose a turn and panic, StrongD. The Dragon Warrior Monsters Message Board, for praising and encouraging me, and just being nice and answering my questions. You and your friend should both have whatever monster you chose.
These personalities run the gamut from HotBlooded to Lazy. The members of this family are speedy and grow quickly. As this boy, you become a one-man monster mill. I can think of a few boss battles that are brutal if you aren't prepared but otherwise the game is at it's most fun when you experiment with breeding. The Library Here you can read about monsters and get info on the monsters you've recruited so far. Only used out of battle. They are G, F, E, D, C, B, A, and S.
You will fight these trainers if no other trainer criteria is met. Wizards will warp you 20 floors. This guy can do 200+ dmg with BirdBlow, but he uses all his skills randomly thank goodness. The monster's personality determines how it will fare in battle. Wyvern + WhipBird have great stats. I am not sure if the pedigree always is the same family as the newborn, but in most cases it is.