Dragon Quest II (Import) Command/Shop/Equipment/Item/Monster Translation Guide v1.0
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Dragon Quest II (Import) Command/Shop/Equipment/Item/Monster Translation Guide

by Red Scarlet   Updated to v1.0 on
                       Dragon Quest 2 Remake

         Commands, Magic, Town Shops, Monsters, Weapons, Armor,
                 Shields, Helmets, and Items translations.

                  By Red Scarlet (akaiscarlet@hotmail.com)

Version 1.0 07/04/00-FAQ Created

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for permission (akaiscarlet@hotmail.com).
     This FAQ was created using NJSTAR, and to view it properly, I would
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Auto-Select.  That is to view it on a PC with Windows, and since I don't
have a Mac, I have no idea how to do that with them.  So, sorry.

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     Recently, I was given the pleasure of playing through Dragon Quest 2
on the Super Famicom.  DQ2 was probably the hardest one out of the four
Dragon Quest games released on the NES.  The new remake has added and
changed a few things, like the stat-increasing seeds, and giving the
Princess of Moonbrooke a few different spells in her roster.  The changes
in the DQ2 remake are far less than the changes put into the DQ3 remake.
     As far as I know, the game has removed the ability to do at least two
'cheats'.  I could not do the 'get a Staff of Thunder, sell it, save the
game, hit reset, get another Staff of Thunder' one, as you only fight the
boss one time and get 1 Staff of Thunder.  Instead of fighting an Evil
Clown, you fight a Mace Master-‚ ‚­‚Ü‚µ‚ñ‚©‚ñ-Akumashinkan, instead.
     The other 'cheat' that I couldn't do was the way to get two Water
Flying Clothes.  I could not get another Magic Loom.  If anyone has found a
way to overcome those 2 'non cheats', please email me
(akaiscarlet@hotmail.com), and I will credit you.

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                         Menu Screen Translations

     First of all, you should know what all the options are when you turn
the game on.  They are:

‚Ú‚¤‚¯‚ñ‚ð‚·‚é-Bouken wo Suru (Continue a game.)
‚¹‚Á‚Ä‚¢‚ð‚©‚¦‚é-Setti wo Kaeru (Change message speed; 1 is fastest, 9 is
                 slowest.)
‚Ú‚¤‚¯‚ñ‚Ì‚µ‚å‚ð‚‚­‚é-Bouken no Sho wo Tsukuru (New Game.)
‚Ú‚¤‚¯‚ñ‚Ì‚µ‚å‚ð‚¤‚Â‚·-Bouken no Sho wo Utsusu (Copy a game to an open
                       save file.)
‚Ú‚¤‚¯‚ñ‚Ì‚µ‚å‚ð‚¯‚·-Bouken no Sho wo Kesu (Erase a game-permanently.)

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                           Command Translations

Regular Commands (Non-Battle)  A * indicates more options open when that
command is selected.

‚Í‚È‚·-Hanasu (Talk)                ‚¶‚ã‚à‚ñ-Jumon (Magic Spell)
*‚‚悳-Tsuyosa (Status)            *‚Ç‚¤‚®-Dougi (Inventory)
‚Æ‚Ñ‚ç-Tobira (Open a Door)         ‚µ‚ç‚ׂé-Shiraberu (Search)

When you select ‚‚悳-Tsuyosa (Status), two options open.  They are:
‚»‚¤‚Ñ-Soubi (Equip) and
‚‚悳‚Ý‚é-Tsuyosamiru (Look at Stats).

When you select ‚Ç‚¤‚®-Dougu (Inventory), two options (three when you get
more than one party member) open.  They are:
‚‚©‚¤-Tsukau (Use the item)
‚킽‚·-Watasu (Give the item to another party member)
‚·‚Ä‚é-Suteru (Throw item away-it doesn't come back, so be careful!)

When you select ‚‚悳-Tsuyosa (Status) and then  ‚‚悳‚Ý‚é-Tsuyosamiru
(Look at stats), you get the Status Screen.

                    Status Screen
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                                           | Current Gold |
                                           |              |
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|     Name of Character       |  ‚¿‚©‚ç-Chikara (Strength)                 |
|                             |                                            |
|     Type of Character       |  ‚·‚΂₳-Subayasa (Speed)                 |
|                             |                                            |
|   ƒŒƒxƒ‹-Reberu (Level)     |  ‚Ý‚Ì‚Ü‚à‚è-Minomamori (Vitality?)         |
|                             |                                            |
|   HP: Current Hit Points    |  ‚³‚¢‚¾‚¢HP-Saidai HP (Max HP)             |
|                             |                                            |
|   MP: Current Magic Points  |  ‚³‚¢‚¾‚¢-Saidai MP (Max MP)               |
|                             |                                            |
|  E-Current Equipped Weapon  |  ‚±‚¤‚°‚«—Í-Kougeki Chikara (Attack Power) |
|                             |                                            |
|  E-Current Equipped Armor   |  ‚µ‚ã‚Ñ—Í-Shubi Chikara (Defense Power)    |
|                             |                                            |
|  E-Current Equipped Shield  |  Ex:  Current Experience Points            |
|                             |                                            |
|  E-Current Equipped Helmet  |                                            |
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     The final set of commands are the Fight Commands.  The hero does not
have the ‚¶‚ã‚à‚ñ-Jumon (Magic Spell) command, as he never learns spells.

‚±‚¤‚°‚«-Kougeki (Attack)
‚É‚°‚é-Nigeru (Run)       ‚¶‚ã‚à‚ñ-Jumon (Magic Spell)
‚Ú‚¤‚¬‚å-Bougyo (Defend)
‚Ç‚¤‚®-Dougu (Inventory)

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     Next up are the various spells that are learned in the game.  These are
in the order I learned them in.  A * signifies the spell can only be used
in battle.

‚¶‚ã‚à‚ñ-Jumon (Magic Spells)

ƒTƒ}ƒ‹ƒgƒŠƒA‚̉¤Žq-Samarutoria no Ouji (Prince of Samaltria)

ƒzƒCƒ~-Hoimi (Heal-3 MP) Restores some HP.
*ƒMƒ‰-Gira (Fireball-2 MP) Hits one enemy for around 10-20 damage.
ƒLƒAƒŠ￾[-Kiari- (Antidote-3 MP) Cures ‚Ç‚­-Doku (Poison) status.
*ƒ}ƒzƒg￾[ƒ“-Mahoto-n (Stopspell-3 MP) Enemies cannot cast spells.
ƒ‹￾[ƒ‰-Ru-ra (Return-6 MP) Warp to the last area you saved the game at.
ƒŠƒŒƒ~ƒg-Riremito (Outside-6 MP) Exit a dungeon immediately.
ƒxƒzƒCƒ~-Behoimi (Healmore-5 MP) Restores more HP than ƒzƒCƒ~-Hoimi (Heal).
ƒgƒ‰ƒ}ƒi-Toramana (Stepguard-1 MP) Prevents damage from damage squares.
*ƒxƒMƒ‰ƒ}-Begirama (Firebane-4 MP) Hits all enemies for about 50 damage.
*ƒXƒNƒ‹ƒg-Sukuruto (Increase-2 MP) Doubles all party members' Defense.
*ƒUƒ‰ƒL-Zaraki (Defeat-4 MP) Attempt to kill a group of enemies instantly.
ƒUƒIƒŠƒN-Zaoriku (Revive-15 MP) Revive a dead ally.
This last spell is just a guess, as my game got erased before I learned it.
*ƒ￾ƒKƒ“ƒe-Megante (Sacrifice-1 MP) Kill yourself to defeat all enemies.

‚¶‚ã‚à‚ñ-Jumon (Magic Spells)

ƒ€￾[ƒ“ƒuƒ‹ƒN‚Ì•P-Mu-nburuku no Hime

ƒxƒzƒCƒ~-Behoimi (Healmore-5 MP) Restore HP.
*ƒ‰ƒŠƒz￾[-Rariho- (Sleep-2 MP) Put a group of enemies to sleep.
*ƒoƒM-Bagi (Infernos-4 MP) Hit a group of enemies for about 25 damage.
*ƒ}ƒk￾[ƒT-Manu-sa (Surround-2 MP) Easier to dodge attacks.
ƒgƒwƒ￾ƒX-Toherosu (Repel-2 MP) Ward off weak enemies.
*ƒ‹ƒJƒiƒ“-Rukanan (Defense-2 MP) Lowers an enemy group's defense.
ƒLƒAƒŠ￾[-Kiari- (Antidote-3 MP) Cures ‚Ç‚­-Doku (Poison) status.
ƒxƒzƒ}-Behoma (Healall-8 MP) Restores all HP to one party member.
ƒŠƒŒƒ~ƒg-Riremito (Outside-6 MP) Exit a dungeon immediately.
*ƒCƒIƒiƒYƒ“-Ionazun (Explodet-8 MP) Group monster damage of about 80.
ƒUƒIƒŠƒN-Zaoriku (Revive-15 MP) Revive a dead ally.

These last 2 spells are just a guess, as my game got erased before I
learned them.

ƒAƒoƒJƒ€-Abakamu (Open-2 MP) Opens any locked doors without a key.
*ƒpƒ‹ƒvƒ“ƒe-Parupunte (Chance-15 MP) Random effects in battle.

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                       Town Shops Guide

     The order of the towns are in the order I came across them.  I've included
the name of the towns from Dragon Warrior 2 if I remembered them.

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ƒ￾￾[ƒŒƒVƒA-Ro-reshia (Midenhall)

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
‚©‚í‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Kawa no Tate (Leather Shield)           $90

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ƒŠƒŠƒU-Ririza (Leftwyne)

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25

Weapon Shop
‚±‚ñ‚Ú‚¤-Konbou (Club)                             $60
‚Ç‚¤‚̂‚邬-Dou no Tsurugi (Copper Sword)         $100
‚¹‚¢‚È‚éƒiƒCƒt-Seinaru Naifu (Sacred Knife)        $200
‚­‚³‚肪‚Ü-Kusarigama (Chain Whip)                 $330
‚­‚³‚肽‚Ñ‚ç-Kusaritabira (Chain Mail)             $390
‚©‚í‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Kawa no Tate (Leather Shield)           $90

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ƒTƒ}ƒ‹ƒgƒŠƒA-Samarutoria (Cannock)

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢-Seisui (Holy Water)                       $40
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25

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ƒ€￾[ƒ“ƒyƒ^-Mu-npeta (Hamlin)

Weapon Shop
‚­‚³‚肪‚Ü-Kusarigama (Chain Whip)                 $330
‚Â̂â‚è-Tetsu no Yari (Iron Spear)              $770
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬-Hagane no Tsurugi (Broad Sword)     $1,500
‚­‚³‚肽‚Ñ‚ç-Kusaritabira (Chain Mail)             $390
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Hagane no Yoroi (Broad Armor)       $1,000
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Hagane no Tate (Broad Shield)         $2,000

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢-Seisui (Holy Water)                       $40
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25
‚©‚í‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Kawa no Tate (Leather Shield)           $90
‚¹‚¢‚È‚éƒiƒCƒt-Seinaru Naifu (Sacred Knife)        $200

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ƒ‹ƒvƒKƒi-Rupugana (Lianport)

Weapon Shop
‚Ü‚Ç‚¤‚µ‚̂‚¦-Madoushi no Tsue (Wizard's Staff)   $2,500
‚¹‚¢‚È‚éƒiƒCƒt-Seinaru Naifu (Sacred Knife)        $200
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬-Hagane no Tsurugi (Broad Sword)     $1,500
‚Ý‚©‚킵‚Ì‚Ó‚­-Mikawashi no Fuku (Evasion Clothes) $1,250
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Hagane no Yoroi (Broad Armor)       $1,000
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Hagane no Tate (Broad Shield)         $2,000

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢-Seisui (Holy Water)                       $40
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25
‚܂悯‚Ì‚·‚¸-Mayoke no Suzu (Dragon's Bane)        $640

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ƒUƒnƒ“-Zahan

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢-Seisui (Holy Water)                       $40
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25
‚܂悯‚Ì‚·‚¸-Mayoke no Suzu (Dragon's Bane)        $640

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ƒ‰ƒ_ƒg￾[ƒ€-Radato-mu (Tantagel)

Weapons Shop
‚Ü‚Ç‚¤‚µ‚̂‚¦-Madoushi no Tsue (Wizard's Staff)   $2,500
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬-Hagane no Tsurugi (Broad Sword)     $1,500
‚¨‚¨‚©‚È‚¸‚¿-Ookanazuchi (Big Hammer)              $4,000
‚Ý‚©‚킵‚Ì‚Ó‚­-Mikawashi no Fuku (Evasion Clothes) $1,250
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Hagane no Yoroi (Broad Armor)       $1,000
‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Tetsukabuto (Iron Helmet)               $3,150

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢-Seisui (Holy Water)                       $40
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25
‚܂悯‚Ì‚·‚¸-Mayoke no Suzu (Dragon's Bane)        $640

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ƒxƒ‰ƒk￾[ƒ‹-Beranu-ru (Beran)

Weapon Shop
‚Ü‚Ç‚¤‚µ‚̂‚¦-Madoushi no Tsue (Wizard's Staff)   $2,500
‚¨‚¨‚©‚È‚¸‚¿-Ookanazuchi (Big Hammer)              $4,000
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“ƒLƒ‰￾[-Doragonkira- (Dragon Killer)        $8,000
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Hagane no Tate (Broad Shield)         $2,000
‚¿‚©‚ç‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Chikara no Tate (Shield of Strength)  $21,500
‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Tetsukabuto (Iron Helmet)               $3,150

Item Shop
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢-Seisui (Holy Water)                       $40
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25

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ƒfƒ‹ƒRƒ“ƒ_ƒ‹-Derukondaru (Osterfair)

Weapon Shop
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬-Hagane no Tsurugi (Broad Sword)     $1,500
‚¨‚¨‚©‚È‚¸‚¿-Ookanazuchi (Big Hammer)              $4,000
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“ƒLƒ‰￾[-Doragonkira- (Dragon Killer)        $8,000
‚Ý‚©‚킵‚Ì‚Ó‚­-Mikawashi no Fuku (Evasion Clothes) $1,250
‚Ü‚Ù‚¤‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Mahou no Yoroi (Magic Armor)        $4,300
‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Tetsukabuto (Iron Helmet)               $3,150

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ƒyƒ‹ƒ|ƒC-Perupoi (Wellgarth)

Item Shop 1
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8

ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25

Weapon Shop
‚¨‚¨‚©‚È‚¸‚¿-Ookanazuchi (Big Hammer)              $4,000
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“ƒLƒ‰￾[-Doragonkira- (Dragon Killer)        $8,000
‚Ђ©‚è‚̂‚邬-Hikari no Tsurugi (Light Sword)     $16,000
ƒ~ƒ“ƒN‚̃R￾[ƒg-Minku no Ko-to (Mink Coat)          $65,000
‚¿‚©‚ç‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Chikara no Tate (Shield of Strength)  $21,500
‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Tetsukabuto (Iron Helmet)               $3,150

Item Shop 2
‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb)                    $10
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb)          $8
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)    $25
‚܂悯‚Ì‚·‚¸-Mayoke no Suzu (Dragon's Bane)        $640

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ƒeƒp-Tepa (Tuhn)

Weapon Shop
‚Ü‚Ç‚¤‚µ‚̂‚¦-Madoushi no Tsue (Wizard's Staff)   $2,500
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“ƒLƒ‰￾[-Doragonkira- (Dragon Killer)        $8,000
‚Í‚â‚Ô‚³‚Ì‚¯‚ñ-Hayabusa no Ken (Falcon Sword)      $25,000
‚Ü‚Ù‚¤‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Mahou no Yoroi (Magic Armor)        $4,300
‚¿‚©‚ç‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Chikara no Tate (Shield of Strength)  $21,500
‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Tetsukabuto (Iron Helmet)               $3,150

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                            Beastiary

The names for the monsters are translated if I can figure them out (if they
were edited in the release of Dragon Warrior 2), or translated into their names
on DW2 on the NES.  They are in the order that I fought them in.

ƒXƒ‰ƒCƒ€-Suraimu (Slime)
‚¨‚¨ƒiƒ￾ƒNƒW-Oonamekuji (Big Slug)
ƒhƒ‰ƒL￾[-Doraki- (Drakee)
ƒAƒCƒAƒiƒ“ƒg-Aiananto (Iron Ant)
‚â‚Ü‚Ë‚¸‚Ý-Yamanezumi (Mountain Mouse<>Wild Mouse)
‚䂤‚ê‚¢-Yuurei (Ghost Mouse)
ƒoƒuƒ‹ƒXƒ‰ƒCƒ€-Baburusurami (Bubble Slime<>Babble)
ƒLƒ“ƒOƒRƒuƒ‰-Kingukobura (King Cobra<>Big Cobra)
ƒ‰ƒŠƒz￾[ƒAƒ“ƒg-Rariho-anto (Sleep Ant<>Magic Ant)
ƒzƒCƒ~ƒXƒ‰ƒCƒ€-Hoimisuraimu (Heal Slime<>Healer)
‚¨‚¨‚Ë‚¸‚Ý-Oonezumi (Big Mouse)
‚®‚ñ‚½‚¢ƒAƒŠ-Guntaiari (Army Ant)
‚Ü‚¶‚ã‚‚µ-Majutsushi (Magician)
‚æ‚ë‚¢ƒ€ƒJƒf-Yoroimukade (Armorpede<>Centipede)
ƒŠƒU￾[ƒhƒtƒ‰ƒC-Riza-dofurai (Lizard Fly)
ƒXƒ‚￾[ƒN-Sumo-ku (Smoke)
ƒ^ƒzƒhƒ‰ƒL￾[-Tahodoraki- (Magidrakee)
ƒ}ƒ“ƒhƒŠƒ‹-Mandoriru (Mandrill<>Baboon)
ƒŠƒrƒ“ƒOƒfƒbƒh-Ribingudedo (Living Dead<>Zombie)
ƒ￾ƒ^ƒ‹ƒXƒ‰ƒCƒ€-Metarusuraimu (Metal Slime)
‚¨‚΂¯‚Ë‚¸‚Ý-Obakenezumi (Ghost Rat)
‚©‚Ԃƃ€ƒJƒf-Kabutomukade (Helmepede<>Megapede)
ƒ}ƒj￾[ƒ^￾[-Mani-ta- (Man Eater)
ƒ￾ƒh￾[ƒTƒ{￾[ƒ‹-Medo-sabo-ru (Medusa Ball)
‚«‚Æ‚¤‚µ-Kitoushi (Sorceror)
ƒoƒu￾[ƒ“-Babu-n (Baboon<>Magic Baboon)
ƒOƒŒƒ€ƒŠƒ“-Guremurin (Gremlin)
‚¤‚Ý‚¤‚µ-Umiushi (Sea Slug)
‚µ‚Ñ‚ê‚­‚ç‚°-Shibirekurage (Man O' War)
ƒz￾[ƒNƒ}ƒ“-Ho-kuman (Hawk Man)
ƒT￾[ƒxƒ‹ƒEƒ‹ƒt-Se-beruurufu (Sabre Wolf)
ƒ~ƒCƒ‰‚¨‚Æ‚±-Miiraotoko (Mummy Man)
ƒS￾[ƒSƒ“ƒwƒbƒh-Go-gonhedo (Gorgon Head)
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“ƒtƒ‰ƒC-Doragonfurai (Dragonfly)
ƒoƒVƒŠƒXƒN-Bashirisuku (Basilisk)
ƒI￾[ƒN-O-ku (Orc)
ƒEƒhƒ‰-Udora (Titan Tree)
ƒLƒ‰￾[ƒ^ƒCƒK-Kira-taiga (Killer Tiger)
ƒKƒXƒg-Gasuto (Ghast<>Gas)
‚ ‚­‚Ü‚µ‚ñ‚©‚ñ-Akumashinkan (Devil Clown<>Mace Master)
ƒAƒ“ƒfƒbƒhƒ}ƒ“-Andedoman (Undead Man)
ƒoƒsƒ￾ƒX-Bapirosu (Vampirus)
ƒK￾[ƒSƒCƒ‹-Ga-goiru (Gargoyle)
‚¶‚ñ‚ß‚ñ‚¶‚ã-Jinmenju (Evil Tree)
‚­‚Ñ‚©‚肼‚­-Kubikarizoku (Hunter)
‚Í‚®‚êƒ￾ƒ^ƒ‹-Haguremetaru (Metal Babble)
ƒS￾[ƒ‹ƒhƒI￾[ƒN-Go-rudoo-ku (Gold Orc)
ƒqƒoƒoƒ“ƒS-Hibabango (Hibabango)
ƒ}ƒhƒnƒ“ƒh-Madohando (Mudhand<>Goopi)
‚­‚³‚Á‚½‚µ‚½‚¢-Kusattashitai (Hork)
‚µ‚ñ‚ª‚Ý-Shingami (Death God<>Demigod)
ƒxƒrƒ‹-Bebiru (Ozwarg)
ƒuƒ‰ƒbƒhƒnƒ“ƒh-Buradohando (Bloodhand<>Graboopi)
‚悤‚¶‚ã‚‚µ-Youjutsushi (Enchanter)
‚ ‚­‚Ü‚Ì‚ß‚¾‚Ü-Akuma no Medama (Devil Eyeball)
ƒ}ƒ~￾[-Mami- (Mummy)
ƒO￾[ƒ‹-Gu-ru (Ghoul)
‚¶‚²‚­‚̂‚©‚¢-Jigoku no Tsukai (Hell's Messenger<>Evil Clown)
ƒpƒyƒbƒgƒ}ƒ“-Papetoman (Puppet Man)
ƒXƒJƒ‹ƒiƒCƒg-Sukarunaito (Skull Knight)
ƒ￾ƒ^ƒ‹ƒnƒ“ƒ^￾[-Metaruhanta- (Metal Hunter)
ƒI￾[ƒNƒLƒ“ƒO-O-kukingu (Orc King)
ƒo￾[ƒT￾[ƒJ￾[-Ba-sa-ka- (Berserker)
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“-Doragon (Dragon<>Green Dragon)
ƒ_￾[ƒNƒAƒC-Da-kuai (Dark Eye)
ƒ￾ƒCƒWƒoƒsƒ￾ƒX-Meijibapirosu (Mage Vampirus)
ƒLƒ‰￾[ƒ}ƒVƒ“-Kira-mashin (Killer Machine<>Attackbot)
ƒTƒCƒNƒ￾ƒvƒX-Saikuropusu (Cyclops)
ƒVƒ‹ƒo￾[ƒfƒrƒ‹-Shiruba-debiru (Silver Devil<>Silver Batboon)
ƒuƒŠƒU￾[ƒh-Buriza-do (Blizzard)
ƒMƒKƒ“ƒfƒX-Gigandesu (Gigan Death<>Giant)
ƒA￾[ƒNƒfƒ‚ƒ“-A-kudemon (Arc Demon<>Bullwong)
ƒtƒŒƒCƒ€-Fureimu (Flame<>Hargon's Flame)
ƒfƒrƒ‹ƒ￾￾[ƒh-Debiruro-do (Devil Lord<>Gold Batboon)
ƒAƒgƒ‰ƒX-Atorasu (Atlas)
ƒoƒYƒY-Bazuzu (Bazuzu)
ƒxƒŠƒAƒ‹-Beriaru (Burial<>Zarlox)
ƒn￾[ƒSƒ“-Ha-gaon (Hargon)
ƒVƒh￾[-Shido- (Malroth)

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                          Weapons Guide

     The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price/Attack
Up.  For the Y/Y/N, the order is Hero/Prince/Princess.  These are all in
the order that I found them. A "-" means cannot (like cannot buy a Cypress
Stick).

‚Ç‚¤‚̂‚邬-Dou no Tsurugi (Copper Sword)        100/75/+10        Y/Y/N
‚±‚ñ‚Ú‚¤-Konbou (Club)                             60/45/+6         Y/Y/N
‚¹‚¢‚È‚éƒiƒCƒt-Seinaru Naifu (Sacred Knife)       200/150/+12       Y/Y/Y
‚­‚³‚肪‚Ü-Kusarigama (Chain Sickle)              330/247/+15       Y/Y/N
‚Â̂â‚è-Tetsu no Yari (Iron Spear)             770/578/+20       Y/Y/N
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬-Hagane no Tsurugi (Broad Sword)   1500/1125/+30      Y/N/N
‚Ђ̂«‚Ì‚Ú‚¤-Hinoki no Bou (Cypress Stick)          -/15/+2         Y/Y/Y
‚Ü‚Ç‚¤‚µ‚̂‚¦-Madoushi no Tsue (Wizard's Staff) 2500/1875/+27      Y/Y/Y
               Casts ƒMƒ‰-Gira (Fireball) in battle.
‚¨‚¨‚©‚È‚¸‚¿-Ookanazuchi (Big Hammer)            4000/3000/+40      Y/N/N
ƒ￾ƒg‚̂‚邬-Roto no Tsurugi (Roto's Sword)         -/-/+40         Y/Y/N
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“ƒLƒ‰￾[-Doragonkira- (Dragon Killer)      8000/6000/+55      Y/N/N
‚Ђ©‚è‚̂‚邬-Hikari no Tsurugi (Light Sword)  16000/12000/+70     Y/Y/N
               Casts ƒ}ƒk￾[ƒT-Manu-sa (Surround) in battle.
‚¢‚©‚¸‚¿‚̂‚¦-Ikazuchi no Tsue (Thunder Staff)     -/19500/+45     Y/Y/Y
               Casts ƒxƒMƒ‰ƒ}-Begirama (Firebane) in battle.
‚Í‚â‚Ô‚³‚Ì‚¯‚ñ-Hayabusa no Ken (Falcon Sword)   25000/18750/+5      Y/Y/N
               2 attacks per round.
‚¢‚È‚¸‚¿‚Ì‚¯‚ñ-Inazuchi no Ken (Lightning Sword)    -/375/+95       Y/N/N
‚Í‚©‚¢‚̂‚邬-Hakai no Tsurugi (Sword of Destruction) -/11250/+105 Y/Y/N
               Cursed; randomly paralyzes user in battle.

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                           Armor Guide

The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price/Defense
Up.  For the Y/Y/N, the order is Hero/Prince/Princess.  These are all in
the order that I found them. A "-" means cannot (like cannot buy Leather
Armor).

‚©‚í‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Kawa no Yoroi (Leather Armor)            -/113/+6      Y/Y/N
‚­‚³‚è‚©‚½‚Ñ‚ç-Kusarikatabira (Chain Mail)          390/292/+12     Y/Y/N
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Hagane no Yoroi (Broad Armor)       1000/750/+25     Y/N/N
‚Ê‚Ì‚Ì‚Ó‚­-Nuno no Fuku (Wayfarer's Clothes)          -/23/+2       Y/Y/Y
‚Ý‚©‚킵‚Ì‚Ó‚­-Mikawashi no Fuku (Evasion Clothes) 1250/938/+31     Y/Y/Y
ƒKƒCƒA‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Gaia no Yoroi (Gaia Armor)             -/38/+47      Y/N/N
‚Ü‚Ù‚¤‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Mahou no Yoroi (Magic Armor)        4300/3225/+31    Y/N/N
               Reduces damage from magical attacks (supposedly).
ƒ~ƒ“ƒN‚̃R￾[ƒg-Minku no Ko-to (Mink Coat)         65000/48750/+46   Y/Y/Y
‚Ý‚¸‚Ì‚Í‚²‚ë‚à-Mizu no Hagoromo (Water Cloth)         -/53/+61      Y/Y/Y
               Reduces damage from magic attacks, breath, and damage
               squares.
ƒ￾ƒg‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Roto no Yoroi (Roto's Armor)             -/-/+75       Y/N/N
               Restores 1 HP per step taken; no damage from Poison Marshes.
‚ ‚­‚Ü‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢-Akuma no Yoroi (Devil Armor)           -/4800/+87    Y/Y/N
               Cursed; randomly paralyzes user in battle.

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                           Shield Guide

The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price/Defense
Up.  For the Y/Y/N, the order is Hero/Prince/Princess.  These are all in
the order that I found them. A "-" means cannot (like cannot buy Roto's
Shield).

‚©‚í‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Kawa no Tate (Leather Shield)             90/68/+4       Y/Y/N
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Hagane no Tate (Broad Shield)         2000/1500/+10    Y/N/N
‚¿‚©‚ç‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Chikara no Tate (Shield of Strength) 21500/16125/+18   Y/Y/N
             Casts ƒxƒzƒCƒ~-Behoimi (Healmore) on the user in battle.
ƒ￾ƒg‚Ì‚½‚Ä-Roto no Tate (Roto's Shield)               -/-/+30       Y/N/N

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                            Helmets Guide

The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price/Defense
Up.  For the Y/Y/N, the order is Hero/Prince/Princess.  These are all in
the order that I found them. A "-" means cannot (like cannot buy Roto's
Helmet).

‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Tetsukabuto (Iron Helmet)               3150/2363/+6     Y/N/N
ƒ￾ƒg‚Ì‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Roto no Kabuto (Roto's Helmet)           -/-/+20       Y/N/N
            -Mysterious Hat (Don't have the name)     -/15000/+4    Y/Y/Y
             MP consumption lowered by 25%.

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                             Items
The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price.  These are
all in the order that I found them. A "-" means cannot (like cannot buy the
Gold Key).  I did not find/get the Treasures nor the Echoing Flute, but I
did include the name of the Echoing Flute from DQ3.

‚â‚­‚»‚¤-Yakusou (Medical Herb) 10/8  Restores some HP.
‚Ç‚­‚¯‚µ‚»‚¤-Dokukeshisou (Antidote Herb) 8/6 Cures ‚Ç‚­-Doku (Poison).
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³-Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing) 25/18 Teleport to last save
               location.
‚Ó‚­‚Ñ‚¯‚¯‚ñ-Fukubikeken (Lottery Ticket) -/53 Used for the Lottery game.
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢-Seisui (Holy Water) 40/30 Repels weak enemies.
‚·‚΂₳‚Ì‚½‚Ë-Subayasa no Tane (Speed Seed) Increses ‚·‚΂₳-Subayasa
               (Speed) a few points.
‚¢‚Ì‚¿‚Ì‚«‚Ì‚Ý-Inochi no Kinomi (Life Nut) -/150 Maximum HP up 1-6 points.
‚¬‚ñ‚̃JƒM-Gin no Kagi (Silver Key) -/- Opens up certain locked doors.
ƒ‰‚Ì‚©‚ª‚Ý-Ra no Kagami (Mirror of Ra) -/- Used to reveal the true identity
           of the Princess of Moonbrooke.
‚©‚º‚̃}ƒ“ƒg-Kaze no Manto (Wind Mantle) -/- Used to jump off the South
             Tower of the —³‚ÌŠp-Ryuu no Tsuno (Dragon's Horn) to the other
             side of a river.
‚܂悯‚Ì‚·‚¸-Mayoke no Suzu (Dragon's Bane) 640/480 Increases defense
             against spells such as Sleep and Stopspell from working on the
             party.
‚¹‚©‚¢‚¶‚ã‚Ì‚Í-Sekaiju no Ha (Leaf of the World) -/5 Same effect as the
               ƒUƒIƒŠƒN-Zaoriku (Revive) spell.
‚«‚ñ‚̃JƒM-Kin no Kagi (Gold Key) -/-  Unlocks certain locked doors.
‚¹‚©‚¢‚Ì‚¿‚¸-Sekai no Chizu (World Map) -/-  View the entire world and your
             current location in it.
‚¿‚©‚ç‚Ì‚½‚Ë-Chikara no Tane (Strength Seed) -/112 Increases ‚¿‚©‚ç-Chikara
             a few points.
ƒ￾ƒg‚Ì‚µ‚邵-Roto no Shirushi (Roto's Symbol) -/- Trade this to get
             ƒ￾ƒg‚Ì‚©‚Ô‚Æ-Roto no Kabuto (Roto's Helmet).
‚Ó‚µ‚¬‚È‚«‚Ì‚Ý-Fushiginakinomi (Mysterious Nut) -/? Increases Max MP by a
               few points.
‚ ‚­‚Ü‚Ì‚µ‚Á‚Û-Akuma no Shippo (Devil's Tail) -/1125 Decreases defense
               against spells such as Sleep and Stopspell from working on
               the party.
‚낤‚â‚̃JƒM-Rouya no Kagi (Prison Key) 2000/1500 Buy at Item Shop 1 in
             ƒyƒ‹ƒ|ƒC-Perupoi (Wellgarth).  Choose the 3rd item slot which
             is blank, then pay the $2000.  Opens prison cell doors.
‚·‚¢‚à‚ñ‚̃JƒM-Suimon no Kagi (Watergate Key) Opens the water gate in
               ƒeƒp-Tepa (Tuhn), so you can sail to the Moon Tower.
‚ ‚܂‚ä‚Ì‚¢‚Æ-Amatsuyu no Ito (Dew Yarn) -/- Used with the Sacred Loom to
               make ‚Ý‚¸‚Ì‚Í‚²‚ë‚à-Mizu no Hagoromo (Water Cloth).
‚¹‚¢‚Ȃ邨‚è‚«-Seinaruoriki (Sacred Loom) -/- Used with the Dew Yarn to
               make ‚Ý‚¸‚Ì‚Í‚²‚ë‚à-Mizu no Hagoromo (Water Cloth).
‚¢‚Ì‚è‚Ì‚ä‚Ñ‚í-Inori no Yubiwa (Prayer Ring) -/1950 Restores some MP, but
               can eventually turn to dust.
‚‚«‚Ì‚©‚¯‚ç-Tsuki no Kakera (Moon Fragment) -/- Used to get into the Sea
             Cave.
‚¶‚Ⴕ‚ñ‚Ì‚¼‚¤-Jashin no Zou (Wicked God's Statue) -/- Used to enter the
               Cave to Rhone and Hargon's Tower.
ƒ‹ƒrƒX‚Ì‚Ü‚à‚è-Rubisu no Mamori (Rubiss' Protection) -/- Used to reveal the
               true appearance of Hargon's Tower.
**‚è‚イ‚̃|￾[ƒVƒ‡ƒ“-Ryuu no Po-shon (Dragon's Potion) -/7500 Save the game
                     anywhere, but it will load up at the last actual save
                     point.
**-This is my guess of the name for the Dragon's Potion, as I did not get
the item in the SFAM version of the game.  If anyone out there knows the
exact kana used in the game for it, please email me with a screen cap.
     Thats it for now, unless I get enough emails about anything else or
any additions/changes.  Thank you for reading my FAQ and email with any
questions (akaiscarlet@hotmail.com) or if you just want to talk to someone
about Dragon Quest 2.

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