Dragon's Earth

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Dragon's Earth
Dragon's Earth Cover.jpg
Developer(s) Human Entertainment[1]
Publisher(s) Human Entertainment[2]
Designer
Engine Proprietary
status Status Missing
Release date January 22, 1993[2] (JP)
Genre Strategy[2]
Mode(s) Single-player[3]
Age rating(s) Ratings Missing
Platform(s) Super Famicom[2]
Arcade system Arcade System Missing
Media Super Famicom cartridge
Input Super Famicom game controller
Requirements Requirements Missing
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

Dragon's Earth (ドラゴンズ・アース?, "Dragons Earth")[4] is a Super Famicom strategy game about defeating dragons, rival armies, and other monsters in order to save medieval European villages from utter destruction.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

On the radar, protagonist characters are represented with green dots while the antagonist characters are represented with brown dots. Players must use peasants armed with swords in order to defeat these threats to the kingdom. The main objective in the game is to defeat the dragon that occasionally flies into the map. Peasants can be acquired after taking over a town by sending the player's army to the town center. The amount of peasants that can be acquired is dependent on how much karma you have. In addition to fighting, sacred items must be liberated from places that are occupied by enemy forces. These sacred items help increase the maximum amount of karma that the group has.

However, they must be protected from enemy forces. If the player has low karma, he can use his MP to capture and control a monster for a short time. Blood appears on the battlefield as a small red blotch whenever a peasant, a monster, or an enemy soldier is slain in battle.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Developer information. Gamestats. Retrieved on 2008-10-28
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Release information. GameFAQs. Retrieved on 2008-04-29
  3. Number of players. Ciao. Retrieved on 2008-10-28
  4. Japanese title. JPSnes. Retrieved on 2008-04-29