Thursday, November 27, 2014

Let's Play DramaraQuest V! part 10

This is a continuation of my playthrough of the DramaraQuest V hentai parody JRPG of Dragon Quest 5.  The first part is here.

Currently we’re off to the ice palace to find a flute that will end the permanent winter and bring about spring in the fairy realm.  That’s the official line.  Really we’re looking for excuses to be screwed by lusty succubi and other monster girls.

Hey, at least I’m honest about my flaws.

The ice palace ends up being a sort of inverse TARDIS (i.e smaller on the inside).  It’s a fairly short section.

There are three wandering mooks on the first floor.  The only new one amongst them is a blonde version of the succubus that cropped up on the second level of the first dungeon.  If you liked that succubus but would have preferred it if she was blonde, the game doth provide.

There are a couple of slippy-slidey ice rooms and then we’re right into the throne room with the ice queen boss sitting on a throne.

Yes, she has the flute.  No, she isn’t going to give it up as she likes winter too much.  So . . . fight!

Or rather . . . fuck!

Unlike the other fights this one doesn’t require too much effort to throw.  It’s actually reasonably challenging to win.  The ice queen has some kind of ice attack that annihilates Luka-clone's defence stat.  After that she starts hitting like a truck.  A truck covered in pretty lace and silk and with a fresh coat of glossy lipstick on the grille, but still a truck.

How easy the fight is depends on how long it takes her to get off that first ice debuff.  After that I’m forced to alternate between attack and heal, and hope my MP doesn’t run out before her HP.

Again the Bad End is sadly not too memorable, being more of the same moves from the fight.  This is a game more focused on putting the sexiness into the battle-fuck part, which is fair enough for a battle-fuck game.  It’s also possible I’m missing a lot from the language barrier.  Machine translation not being the most accurate of things.

After we win the fight the ice queen, fully satisfied I guess (This is a battle-fuck game after all!), hands over the flute.  Then there’s a joke as either Luka-clone or the queen tries to use a chimera wing (the teleport-back-to-town item of choice for the Dragon Quest series) and Luka-clone is sent crashing into the ceiling.  The same joke crops up in the dungeons of Dragon Quest if I remember right.  After much jolly hilarity and possible skull fractures the ice queen reveals a teleporter that takes us right back to the fairy village.

Hey, I had no problem traipsing through the land of snow and boobies.  No problem at all.

Back at the fairy village we hand the flute over to the fairy queen and lo, spring arrives.  And for our reward the fairy queen . . .

. . . jumps our bones.  This shouldn’t have been much of a surprise given what kind of game this is.  The artwork looks very similar to the queen from the last DramaraQuest game.  It’s set up as a fight, but is really a H-scene in disguise.  It doesn’t matter if you win or lose and the fairy queen appears in the NPC section of the recollection room afterwards.

After that it's back to the basement of the inn, where we'll carry on next time.

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