Dragon Quest I (Import) Translations Guide v1.0
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Dragon Quest I (Import) Translations Guide

by Red Scarlet   Updated to v1.0 on
                       Dragon Quest 1 Remake

                         Translations Guide

                            Version 1.0

                  By Red Scarlet (akaiscarlet@hotmail.com)

Version 1.0 01/06/02-Guide Created

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for permission (akaiscarlet@hotmail.com).
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suggest right clicking the page, then choose 'encoding' and choose Japanese
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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     A couple years ago, I was given the pleasure of playing through the Dragon
Quest 1 remake on the Super Famicom.  The new remake has added and
changed a few things, like the stat-increasing seeds.
     This guide is more or less being made due to a request from someone making
a DQ/DW card-game.

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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 open.  They are:
‚‚©‚¤: Tsukau (Use the item)
‚·‚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)                |
|                             |                                            |
|   ƒŒƒxƒ‹: Reberu (Level)    |  ‚·‚΂₳: Subayasa (Speed)                |
|                             |                                            |
|                             |  ‚Ý‚Ì‚Ü‚à‚è: Minomamori (Body Protection)  |
|                             |                                            |
|   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            |
|                             |                                            |
|                             |                                            |
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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)
‚¶‚ã‚à‚ñ: Jumon (Magic Spell)
‚É‚°‚é: Nigeru (Run)
‚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)


ƒzƒCƒ~: Hoimi (Heal: 3MP) Lv 3.  Restores about 20-30 HP.
*ƒMƒ‰: Gira (Fireball: 2MP) Lv 4.  Hits one enemy for around 10-20 damage.
*ƒ‰ƒŠƒz￾[: Rariho- (Sleep: 2MP) Lv 7.  Put a group of enemies to sleep.
ƒŒƒ~￾[ƒ‰: Remi-ra (Radiance: 2MP) Lv 9.  Lights up a dungeon more than a       
       torch, but it eventually weakens and fades out.
*ƒ}ƒzƒg￾[ƒ“: Mahoto-n (Stopspell: 2MP) Lv 10.  Enemies cannot cast spells.
ƒŠƒŒƒ~ƒg: Riremito (Outside: 6MP) Lv 12.  Exit a dungeon immediately.
ƒ‹￾[ƒ‰: Ru-ra (Return: 6MP) Lv 13.  Warp back to ƒ‰ƒ_ƒg￾[ƒ€: Radato-mu.
ƒgƒwƒ￾ƒX: Toherosu (Repel: 2MP) Lv 15.  Wards off weak enemies.
ƒxƒzƒCƒ~: Behoimi (Healmore: 8MP) Lv 17.  Heals about 80HP.
*ƒxƒMƒ‰ƒ}: Begirama (Firebane: 5MP) Lv 19.  Hits an enemy for about 50-85      
        damage.

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                       Town Shops Guide

     The order of the towns are in the order I came across them.  Included
after the Japanese name/Romaji is the US version of the game's name.


ƒ‰ƒ_ƒg￾[ƒ€: Radato-mu (Radatoum)/Brecconaly

Keys cost $24 per key in Radatoum Castle.

Weapon Shop

‚½‚¯‚´‚¨: Takezao (Bamboo Pole)                            $5
‚±‚ñ‚Ú‚¤: Konbou (Club)                                    $60
‚Ç‚¤‚̂‚邬: Dou no Tsurugi (Copper Sword)                $180
‚Ê‚Ì‚Ì‚Ó‚­: Nuno no Fuku (Cloth)                           $20
‚©‚í‚Ì‚Ó‚­: Kawa no Fuku (Leather Cloth)                   $70
‚©‚í‚Ì‚½‚Ä: Kawa no Tate (Leather Shield)                  $90

Item Shop

‚â‚­‚»‚¤: Yakusou (Medical Herb)                           $10
‚½‚¢‚Ü‚Â: Taimatsu (Torch)                                 $8
‚è‚イ‚Ì‚¤‚낱: Ryuu no Uroko (Dragon Scale)               $20



ƒKƒ‰ƒC: Garai (Garai)/Garinham

Item Shop

‚â‚­‚»‚¤: Yakusou (Medical Herb)                           $10
‚½‚¢‚Ü‚Â: Taimatsu (Torch)                                 $8
‚è‚イ‚Ì‚¤‚낱: Ryuu no Uroko (Dragon Scale)               $20



ƒ}ƒCƒ‰: Maira (Maira)/Kol

Weapon Shop

‚Ç‚¤‚̂‚邬: Dou no Tsurugi (Copper Sword)                $180
‚Â̂¨‚Ì: Tetsu no Ono (Iron Axe)                        $560
‚Â̂æ‚ë‚¢: Tetsu no Yoroi (Iron Armor)                  $1000
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Hagane no Yoroi (Steel Armor)              $3000

Item Shop

‚â‚­‚»‚¤: Yakusou (Medical Herb)                           $10
‚½‚¢‚Ü‚Â: Taimatsu (Torch)                                 $8
‚è‚イ‚Ì‚¤‚낱: Ryuu no Uroko (Dragon Scale)               $20
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³: Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)           $24



ƒŠƒ€ƒ‹ƒ_￾[ƒ‹: Rimuruda-ru (Rimuldar)

Keys cost $16 per key in Rimuldar.

Weapon Shop

‚Ç‚¤‚̂‚邬: Dou no Tsurugi (Copper Sword)                $180
‚Â̂¨‚Ì: Tetsu no Ono (Iron Axe)                        $560
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬: Hagane no Tsurugi (Steel Sword)            $1500
‚Â̂æ‚ë‚¢: Tetsu no Yoroi (Iron Armor)                  $1000
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Hagane no Yoroi (Steel Armor)              $3000
‚Ü‚Ù‚¤‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Mahou no Yoroi (Magic Armor)               $7700



ƒ￾ƒ‹ƒLƒh: Merukido (Merkido)/Cantlin

Keys cost $32 per key in Merkido.

Weapon Shop 1

‚½‚¯‚´‚¨: Takezao (Bamboo Pole)                            $5
‚±‚ñ‚Ú‚¤: Konbou (Club)                                    $60
‚Ç‚¤‚̂‚邬: Dou no Tsurugi (Copper Sword)                $180
‚©‚í‚Ì‚Ó‚­: Kawa no Fuku (Leather Cloth)                   $70
‚­‚³‚è‚©‚½‚Ñ‚ç: Kusarikatabira (Chain Mail)                $300
‚Â̂½‚Ä: Tetsu no Tate (Iron Shield)                    $800

Weapon Shop 2 (Need a Key to get to it)

‚Ù‚Ì‚¨‚̂‚邬: Honoo no Tsurugi (Flame Sword)             $9800
‚Ý‚©‚ª‚Ý‚Ì‚½‚Ä: Mikagami no Tate (Silver? Shield)          $14,800

Weapon Shop 3

‚Â̂¨‚Ì: Tetsu no Ono (Iron Axe)                        $560
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬: Hagane no Tsurugi (Steel Sword)            $1500
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Hagane no Yoroi (Steel Armor)              $3000
‚Ü‚Ù‚¤‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Mahou no Yoroi (Magic Armor)               $7700

Item Shop

‚è‚イ‚Ì‚¤‚낱: Ryuu no Uroko (Dragon Scale)               $20
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³: Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing)           $24

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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 1), or translated into their names
on DW1 on the NES.  They are in the order that I fought them in.

ƒXƒ‰ƒCƒ€: Suraimu (Slime)
ƒXƒ‰ƒCƒ€ƒxƒX: Suraimubesu (Red Slime)
ƒS￾[ƒXƒg: Go-suto (Ghost)
ƒhƒ‰ƒL￾[: Doraki- (Drakee)
ƒ￾ƒCƒWƒhƒ‰ƒL￾[: Meijidoraki- (Mage Drakee)
‚¨‚¨‚³‚»‚è: Oosasori (Big Scorpion)
‚Ü‚Ù‚¤‚‚©‚¢: Mahoutsukai (Magician)
ƒ￾￾[ƒ_: Me-da (Druin)
ƒhƒ￾ƒ‹: Dororu (Droll)
ƒhƒ‰ƒL￾[ƒ}: Doraki-ma (Drakeema)
ƒŠƒJƒ“ƒg: Rikanto (Wolf)
‚ª‚¢‚±‚Â: Gaikotsu (Skeleton)
‚Ü‚Ç‚¤‚µ: Madoushi (Mage)/Sorceror
ƒ￾ƒgƒ￾ƒS￾[ƒXƒg: Metorogo-suto (Metroghost)/Poltergeist
ƒŠƒJƒ“ƒgƒ}ƒ€ƒ‹: Rikantomamuru (Wolf Mammal)/Wolfman
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰: Kimera (Chimera)/Wyvern
ƒS￾[ƒ‹ƒhƒ}ƒ“: Go-rudoman (Gold Man)
‚µ‚è‚傤: Shiryou (Phantom)/Wraith
‚Â̂³‚»‚è: Tetsu no Sasori (Iron Scorpion)/Metal Scorpion
ƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“: Doragon (Dragon)/Green Dragon
‚ ‚­‚Ü‚Ì‚«‚µ: Akuma no Kishi (Devil Knight)/Axe Knight
‚µ‚è‚傤‚Ì‚«‚µ: Shiryou no Kishi (Phantom Knight)/Wraith Knight
ƒ￾￾[ƒ_ƒ￾￾[ƒh: Me-daro-do (Druin Lord)
ƒwƒ‹ƒS￾[ƒXƒg: Herugo-suto (Hell Ghost)/Specter
ƒhƒ￾ƒ‹ƒ￾ƒCƒW: Dororumeiji (Droll Mage)
ƒ￾ƒCƒWƒLƒ￾ƒ‰: Meijikimera (Mage Chimera)/Magiwyvern
‚æ‚ë‚¢‚Ì‚«‚µ: Yoroi no Kishi (Armor Knight)/Knight
ƒXƒ^￾[ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰: Suta-kimera (Star Chimera)/Starwyvern
ƒLƒ‰￾[ƒŠƒJƒ“ƒg: Kira-rikanto (Killer Wolf)/Werewolf
ƒS￾[ƒŒƒ€: Go-remu (Golem)
‚µ‚Ì‚³‚»‚è: Shi no Sasori (Death Scorpion)/Rogue Scorpion
‚¾‚¢‚Ü‚Ç‚¤: Daimadou (Great Mage)/Warlock
‚©‚°‚Ì‚«‚µ: Kage no Kishi (Shadow Knight)
ƒ￾ƒ^ƒ‹ƒXƒ‰ƒCƒ€: Metarusuraimu (Metal Slime)
ƒL￾[ƒXƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“: Ki-sudoragon (Keese? Dragon)/Blue Dragon
ƒXƒg￾[ƒ“ƒ}ƒ“: Suto-nman (Stone Man)
ƒ_￾[ƒXƒhƒ‰ƒSƒ“: Da-sudoragon (Darth Dragon)/Red Dragon
‚µ‚É‚ª‚Ý‚Ì‚«‚µ: Shinigami no Kishi (Death God Knight)
‚è‚イ‚¨‚¤: Ryuuou (Dragon King)/Dragon Lord

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                          Weapons Guide

     The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price/Attack
Up.

‚½‚¯‚´‚¨: Takezao (Bamboo Pole)                   10/5        +2
‚±‚ñ‚Ú‚¤: Konbou (Club)                           60/30       +4
‚Ç‚¤‚̂‚邬: Dou no Tsurugi (Copper Sword)       180/90      +10
‚Â̂¨‚Ì: Tetsu no Ono (Iron Axe)               560/280     +15
‚Í‚ª‚˂̂‚邬: Hagane no Tsurugi (Steel Sword)   1500/750    +20
‚Ù‚Ì‚¨‚̂‚邬: Honoo no Tsurugi (Flame Sword)    9800/4900   +28
                Damages an enemy with fire when used as an item in battle.
ƒ￾ƒg‚̂‚邬: Roto no Tsurugi (Roto's Sword)      -/-         +40

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                           Armor Guide

The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price/Defense
Up.

‚Ê‚Ì‚Ì‚Ó‚­: Nuno no Fuku (Cloth)                  20/10       +2
‚©‚í‚Ì‚Ó‚­: Kawa no Fuku (Leather Cloth)          70/35       +4
‚Â̂æ‚ë‚¢: Tetsu no Yoroi (Iron Armor)         1000/500    +16
‚Í‚ª‚Ë‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Hagane no Yoroi (Steel Armor)     3000/1500   +24
‚Ü‚Ù‚¤‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Mahou no Yoroi (Magic Armor)      7700/3850   +24
                Restores 1HP per 4 steps walked.
‚­‚³‚è‚©‚½‚Ñ‚ç: Kusarikatabira (Chain Mail)       300/150     +10
ƒ￾ƒg‚Ì‚æ‚ë‚¢: Roto no Yoroi (Roto's Armor)        -/-         +28
              Restores 1 HP per step taken; no damage from Poison Marshes or
              damage fields.

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                           Shield Guide

The order of numbers and letters are: Buying Price/Selling Price/Defense
Up.

‚©‚í‚Ì‚½‚Ä: Kawa no Tate (Leather Shield)         90/45       +4
‚Â̂½‚Ä: Tetsu no Tate (Iron Shield)           800/400     +10
‚Ý‚©‚ª‚Ý‚Ì‚½‚Ä: Mikagami no Tate (Silver? Shield) 14,800/7400 +20

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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
Rainbow Drop).

‚½‚¢‚Ü‚Â: Taimatsu (Torch) 8/4.  Used in a dungeon to see.
‚©‚¬: Kagi (Key) Various prices.  Used to unlock doors.
‚â‚­‚»‚¤: Yakusou (Medical Herb) 10/5.  Restores some HP.
ƒLƒ￾ƒ‰‚̂‚΂³: Kimera no Tsubasa (Chimera Wing) 24/12.  Teleport to Radatoum
                Castle.
‚è‚イ‚Ì‚¤‚낱: Ryuu no Uroko (Dragon Scale) 20/10.  Defense Power +5.
‚¿‚©‚ç‚Ì‚½‚Ë: Chikara no Tane (Strength Seed) -/112.  Increases
              ‚¿‚©‚ç: Chikara a few points.
‚Ü‚à‚è‚Ì‚½‚Ë: Mamori no Tane (Protect Seed) -/100.  Increases
              ‚Ý‚Ì‚Ü‚à‚è: Mi no Mamori (Body Protection) a few points.
‚¢‚Ì‚¿‚Ì‚«‚Ì‚Ý: Inochi no Kinomi (Life Nut) -/150.  Maximum HP up 1-6 points.
‚Ó‚µ‚¬‚È‚«‚Ì‚Ý: Fushigi na Kinomi (Mystery Nut) -/100.  Increases Max MP
                a few points.
‚·‚΂₳‚Ì‚½‚Ë: Subayasa no Tane (Agility Seed) -/100.  Increses
                ‚·‚΂₳: Subayasa (Agility) a few points.
‚¹‚¢‚·‚¢: Seisui (Holy Water) -/19.  Repels weak enemies.
‚¹‚ñ‚µ‚Ì‚ä‚Ñ‚í: Senshi no Yubiwa (Soldier's Ring) -/15.  Weaker enemies will
                run away more often.
‚Ì‚ë‚¢‚̃xƒ‹ƒg: Noroi no Beruto (Cursed Belt) -/180.  Cursed item.


                         Special/Event Items

‚½‚¢‚悤‚Ì‚¢‚µ: Taiyou no Ishi (Sun Stone)  Found in Radatoum Castle.  One
                of three items needed to trade for the Rainbow Drop.
‚悤‚¹‚¢‚Ì‚Ó‚¦: Yousei no Fue (Fairy Flute)  Found in Maira.  Used to put
                the Golem to sleep in front of Merkido.
‚¨‚¤‚¶‚å‚Ì‚ ‚¢: Oujo no Ai (Princess' Love)  Given to you after rescuing
                the Princess.  When used outside of battle it will tell you
                how many experience points are needed to reach the next
                experience level, and how far you are from Radatoum Castle.
‚¬‚ñ‚Ì‚½‚Ä‚²‚Æ: Gin no Tategoto (Silver Harp)  Found in the dungeon under
                the town of Garai.  Traded for the Rain Staff.
‚ ‚Ü‚®‚à‚̂‚¦: Amagumo no Tsue (Rain Staff)  Found in the shrine west of
                Maira.  One of three items needed to trade for the Rainbow
                Drop.
ƒ￾ƒg‚Ì‚µ‚邵: Roto no Shirushi (Roto's Emblem)  Found in the swampland south
              of Merkido.  One of three items needed to trade for the
              Rainbow Drop.
‚É‚¶‚Ì‚µ‚¸‚­: Niji no Shizuku (Rainbow Drop)  Found in the shrine south of
              Rimuldar.  Used to create a bridge to the island where the
              Dragon King's castle lies.

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     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.

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