[S.T.O.R.Y. 2/5/02] Goonish Quest Story: Missile Goo

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[S.T.O.R.Y. 2/5/02] Goonish Quest Story: Missile Goo

Postby Chaos Priest on Thu Sep 04, 2008 5:55 pm

http://www.egscomics.com/d/20020205.html

Fortune hath smiled upon thee Elliot, for thou hast gone up in level!

HEALTH increased by 5
MAGIC increased by 2
STRENGTH increased by 3
DEFENSE increased by 1
AGILITY increased by 1

Thou hast learned a new spell
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Re: [S.T.O.R.Y. 2/5/02] Goonish Quest Story: Missile Goo

Postby The Old Hack on Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:18 pm

Chaos Priest wrote:http://www.egscomics.com/d/20020205.html

Fortune hath smiled upon thee Elliot, for thou hast gone up in level!

HEALTH increased by 5
MAGIC increased by 2
STRENGTH increased by 3
DEFENSE increased by 1
AGILITY increased by 1

Thou hast learned a new spell

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Re: [S.T.O.R.Y. 2/5/02] Goonish Quest Story: Missile Goo

Postby Tuitsuro on Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:30 pm

Elliot uses girl!

The attack is cute but ineffective.
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Re: [S.T.O.R.Y. 2/5/02] Goonish Quest Story: Missile Goo

Postby ChronosCat on Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:36 pm

==Spring, 2006==

Chronos:

Heh. Slimes would fear Dragon Warrior heros, wouldn't they? Although, I think this goo is a little more powerful than those little blobs you normally deal with in DW...

...I remember playing that back when it first came out... and finding it way too hard. I also remember about five separate attempts to play through the game through the years, all of which failed for one reason or another (usually boredom) until I finally got my hands on the Game Boy version. (The upgrade in graphics was minimal, but badly needed.)

==September, 2008==

Crystal:

Never did finish DW2 though - even with the GB upgrade the graphics were crappy; and the world was so big that even with a map I kept getting lost.

Have to try out some of the other DW/DQ games one of these days, too.
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Re: [S.T.O.R.Y. 2/5/02] Goonish Quest Story: Missile Goo

Postby Nightranger on Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:59 pm

Tuitsuro wrote:Elliot uses girl!

The attack is cute but ineffective.

But, in the words of Sakaki "I think cute is somehow...stronger."
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Re: [S.T.O.R.Y. 2/5/02] Goonish Quest Story: Missile Goo

Postby Chaos Priest on Thu Sep 04, 2008 9:16 pm

(S)He'll just have to wait until (s)he learns GIRLMORE :P
Crystal wrote:...and the world was so big that even with a map I kept getting lost.

Aye, the same thing happened to me as well. Some of the other games are absolutely made of win and awesome though. 3 was alright. 4 was a very good one, and I think it's getting remade it so getting it should be doable (but I don't know when it will be out sadly). I don't think 5 and 6 been released in the US yet. 7 was OK, but you shouldn't bother with that one unless you have a lot of free time (it will be over 2 hours before you get to the first battle). I have to admit I never beat that one. The final boss kept kicking my butt :( I think that's one of the strong points of that series though. So many RPGs seem to have final bosses that just aren't very menacing. Dragon Warrior/Quest makes you work for that victory. Anyway, in it's favor 7 had an interesting class system that let you learn monster "classes" as well as your basic fighter/cleric/wizard stuff. 8 is probably the best in my opinion. It's just an all around good game, although I rolled my eyes when the main character first went Super Saiyan. No, really. His glow might be pink instead of yellow, but he does have a glow and his hair does go spikey. Comparisons are also kinda helped by them having the same artist.

...uh, I'll admit I'm a bit of a DQ fanboy... :oops:
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