Thursday, November 20, 2014

Let's Play DramaraQuest V! part 6

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

On the other side of the ghost-shaped door is a monster girl with an inordinately large hat.  I’m not sure if you’re supposed to use the clothing break spell to remove it, if it comes off after half damage, or doesn’t come off at all.  As I finish her off with a big crit, I don’t get to see.

(I did come back later and it appears to be a none-necessary use of the clothing break spell.  The girl is another ghost, a repeat of one of the monsters from the first DramaraQuest.  As with that monster girl, her pussy has an additional tongue which she uses to good effect on our balls in the Bad End.  It’s only your life energy being slurped out, don’t worry about it, Luka-clone.  It’s all in a good cause.)

Then it’s off to a throne room for what I assume is the first real boss fight (although the stone statue girl was also classed as a boss judging by her position in the recollection room).

Or maybe not.  Confronting the ghost on the throne causes a trapdoor to open and drop us down to the bottom floor.  Oh hi again, buxom ghost girl.  More hot wax on my cock, yes please.

On our second entrance into the throne room the ghost sprints off.  Thankfully it’s a short chase and we corner her on the balcony outside.

Cue boss fight music.  A neat theme, if a little ominous for a fluffy H game.

Ha ha.  Her special attack has three mini-spirits licking Luka-clone’s cock.  Not exactly sexy, but certainly amusing.

After defeating her there’s a yes/no option I don’t understand too well.  Hitting yes gives us a gold globe, I think.

(Hitting no causes thunder to growl and the game to scowl at you until you select yes. So there's nothing missed by not taking the other option.)

Then we’re immediately sent to the village in daytime and the cluster of three kids on an island.  This seems an appropriate point to break for now.  Next time we’ll be off . . . where?

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