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Dragon Warrior 1 + 2

Betray the kingdom (Dragon Warrior 1):
Rescue the Princess before you fight the Dracolord. Take her with you to the final battle and the Dracolord will ask for her. You have now have the choice of answering "Yes" or "No" to his request.
Information in this section was contributed by Dana Smith.

When fight the Dracolord he will say that he was looking for some one like you. and if you want half of the world. If you answer "Yes", he will ask you for your sword. If you give him your sword he will ask "You were going to defeat me with this puny thing?". You will then wake up at an inn and find out that it was a dream. You will wake up with everything you had in his castle and still have your sword.
Information in this section was contributed by JRKAVIE.

Easy money (Dragon Warrior 1):
Find a place that sell repellent for 12 gold. They will pay you19 gold if you sell it to them, or anyone else that buys items from you. Buy as many repellents as you can, then sell them to someone. Buy, then sell, and repeat.
Information in this section was contributed by Pat.

Go to the place that sells keys for 16 gold, then exit and re-enter. Sell them at a weapons shop for 26 gold, which is a larger profit than the repellent trick.
Information in this section was contributed by CoolWorld2.

Changes from NES version (Dragon Warrior 1):
Information in this section was contributed by Yoda_184.

The legendary hero is named Loto instead of Erdrick.
The game is much easier in the Game Boy Color version.
Princess is named Lora instead of Gwaelin.
The keys were called Magic keys in the NES version.
The main villain is called Dracolord instead of Dragonlord (hence Dragon Warrior).
Stairs required you to select a menu option to ascend/descend in the NES version.
The battle messages have been shortened significantly.
The world map has shrunken .
50 instead of 100 levels.
Enemy names have been changed (for example, Drakee to Dracky, Metal Slime to Metaly).
The enemies are now much easier to defeat.
The town of Brecconary was changed to Tantagel.
The Game Boy Color version reveals the King's name (Lars) in the Game Boy Color versionm but not the original.
Powder Puff message added in Kol.
In the NES version, if you choose to join Dragonlord you are put to sleep and you get a game over. In the Game Boy Color version, you awaken at Rimuldar. Also in the Game Boy Color version, he offers you half the world; in the original, he merely asks you to join him.

Renaming The Prince of Cannock and the Princess of Moonbrooke (Dragon Warrior 2):
To rename these two party members to a name of your choosing, within 4 character limits, save your game and choose to rest. Resume the Dragon Warrior II game, and enter the "Continue/New Game/Option" menu. Choose "Continue" to where it shows your log files. Place the arrow next to the log file where you would like to change the names, and enter one of the following codes.
Information in this section was contributed by Marcus Dion.

Prince of Cannock
Hold Left + Select + Start and press A. The rename prompt should appear for him.
Princess of Moonbrooke
Hold Right + Select + Start and press A. The rename prompt should appear for her.

New names (Dragon Warrior 2):
Enter Enix as a case-sensitive name for yourself. Art and Nana's names will change to Karl and Fran. For example, instead of the King of Cannock saying "My son Art could help you on your quest!", he will say "My son Karl could help you on your quest!".
Information in this section was contributed by devonhunt.

Enter Sean as a case sensitive name for your hero. Your partner's names will change to Gary/Beth.
Information in this section was contributed by Ian Rock.

Defeating Metaly: (Dragon Warrior 1 and 2):
Go to a store and buy three torches. When you encounter a Metaly, throw the three torches at it (if it does not run away before you throw them).
Information in this section was contributed by Shaun Knighton.

Hint: Best equipment (Dragon Warrior 2):
Information in this section was contributed by harrypotter0830.

Prince of Lorasia: Thunder Sword, Loto Armor, Loto Shield, Loto Helmet
Prince of Cannok: Falcon Sword, Magic Armor, Shield Of Strength
Princess of Moonbrook: Bolt Rod, Water Cloth.

Hint: Loto Seal (Dragon Warrior 2):
Once you have the gold key, go to Lorasia Castle. You will find a shop that needs the gold key. Use it and you will see a group of chests. Go through all of them. One of them holds the Loto Seal.
Information in this section was contributed by Scott Wray.

Hint: Unlimited Slot Tokens (Dragon Warrior 2):
Complete the game, but do not talk to the Lorasia King (which ends the game). Instead, go to Hamlin. If you have any space in you inventory, the slot machine man will give you a token each time you talk to him. To play, you need your keys in your inventory. Go to the locked door in Leftwyne. That is the only city that will let you play. This also creates an infinite loop between Hamlin and Leftwyne. Note: You cannot save ever again.
Information in this section was contributed by poetik.

Hint: Getting the dam key:
Go to the town that is underground. You need the gold key to enter. Then, go to the jail, open the right cell, and go to the wall where there is a hole. Walk through the wall to get the dam key from the man. Note: You also need the jail key.
Information in this section was contributed by ProSk8er1017.

Hint: Getting the gold key:
Go to the town of Zalan Port where there are no men living there. Talk to the dog in the top right and he will go and sit on it. Leave and return to get the key where the dog was located.
Information in this section was contributed by ProSk8er1017.

Hint: Getting the jail key:
Go to the town under ground. Note: You need gold key to enter. Go to the item on the left and buy it. He will only sell two things. Pick the slot that is blank. It will be the third slot.
Information in this section was contributed by ProSk8er1017.

Hint: Easy experience and healing:
Once you have the Loto armor and are leveling and accumulating gold outside of Mercado, stay in the 1x2 square within the wall. Walk back and forth until you run into monsters and battle. Once the battle is over, step into the town and walk around until your health is full. Repeat this as many times as needed to get easy gold and experience.


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