|How to Unlock
|Get to newland floor 100 there should be a talking Evo, he should give you them
|Talk to your neighbor after the circus quest.
|Talk to preist after beating the game.
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Dokapon: Monster Hunter, known in Japan as Dokapon-Q: Monster Hunter!, Dokapon Q Monsutā Hantā!) and known in Europe as Dokapon: Monster Hunter!, is a 2001 role-playing video game video game developed and published by Asmik Ace Entertainment for the Game Boy Advance in Japan on August 3, 2001. It was later published in North America by AIA on October 30, 2001, and in Europe by Ubi Soft on June 21, 2002.
Dokapon takes place on Dokkano Island, in the town of Poponga. The goal of the game is to become a licensed adventurer – to do this, the player must pass an adventurer’s exam by completing a number of assigned missions, which requires the player to defeat many monsters in battle. Once weakened, the player can collect the monster and use it in future battles to defeat opponents, as with other games such as Pokémon.
Dungeons are randomly generated each time the player enters them. Staircases allow the player to move between floors in the dungeons. Within the dungeons are scattered items, weapons, and shields which may be used or sold once the dungeon is completed. Aside from the treasures are monsters. Some will chase you, some will wander freely, some run from you.
If the player encounters a monster, a battle begins. The battle starts off with the choice of one card. Two cards are face down; one contains a sword while the other contains a shield. The sword card is the attack card and whoever gets that card will attack first. The shield card determines who will defend first. The battle will then start. The battle commands are based on a rock-paper-scissors game and include a sword or shield according to what turn you have. The sword icon is a normal attack using the weapon you currently have. If the character is unarmed, this is the only command available. This does a set amount of damage based on the character’s attack and the opponents defense. Attacks can be evaded depending on the speed stat.
Dokapon - Monster Hunter
Japan: August 3, 2001
Asmik Ace Entertainment
Game Boy Advance
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