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The Tower of Druaga (ドルアーガの塔 Doruaaga no Tou?) is the EX Dungeon of the PlayStation release of Tales of Destiny, as well as of Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3. It is based on The Tower of Druaga, a maze-based action role-playing arcade game released by Namco in 1984.

Rules

Tales of Destiny (PSX)

Druaga (ToD PSX)

In order to access the dungeon, the player must acquire three rods: BC Rod, GC Rod, and RC Rod. Then, by venturing to the temple near Janos where Rutee Katrea was rescued at the beginning of the game, the player may use the three rods to open the door to the dungeon. Inside, different rules are applied when compared to other locations. For example, there are no random encounters, no save points, and battles cannot be escaped. Walls can be broken down by pressing "Circle" (PlayStation Circle Button) next to them. As a whole, the dungeon is comprised of 60 floors, and to progress from floor to floor, the player must find a key, with the layout of each floor being randomly generated. In order to leave the dungeon, the player must use the "Winged Boots" item, which will reset the player's progress. Traversing backward (back down) through the dungeon is not allowed.

Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3

In order to access the dungeon, Julio Sven must be equipped with the "Gil" costume, which is based on the hero and player character of the original game. The player must then speak with Paula, which prompts the group to rest for the night. Julio dreams about taking the place of the legendary hero Gilgamesh, climbing the tower to rescue the priestess Ki and defeat the demon Druaga, though Caro Orange intrudes on this dream. This tower is only 10 floors tall, but the original 60 floors are referenced by the 60-turn limit each floor allows to find the key to the next floor. In homage to the original game, each floor also has secret bonuses available through secret and sometimes arcane methods. A team consisting of only Julio and Caro is allowed in this dungeon, and Julio must be equipped with the "Gil" costume the entire time or the party will be expelled from the dungeon.

Enemies

The below table provides a visual for all enemies that can be encountered in the dungeon, sorted alphabetically.

Tales of Destiny (PSX)

Black Dragon (ToD PSX) Black Knight (ToD PSX) Black Slime (ToD PSX) Blue Knight (ToD PSX) Blue Roper (ToD PSX) Blue Slime (ToD PSX) DG Slime (ToD PSX) Druid (ToD PSX) 2 Druid Ghost (ToD PSX)
Black
Dragon
Black
Knight
Black
Slime
Blue
Knight
Blue
Roper
Blue
Slime
DG
Slime
Druid Druid
Ghost
DY Slime (ToD PSX) Green Roper (ToD PSX) Green Slime (ToD PSX) Hyper Knight (ToD PSX) Lizard Man (ToD PSX) 1 Mage (ToD PSX) Mage Ghost (ToD PSX) Mirror Knight (ToD PSX) Quox (ToD PSX)
DY
Slime
Green
Roper
Green
Slime
Hyper
Knight
Lizard
Man
Mage Mage
Ghost
Mirror
Knight
Quox
Red Knight (ToD PSX) Red Roper (ToD PSX) Red Slime (ToD PSX) Silver Dragon (ToD PSX) Sorcerer (ToD PSX) W. Ghost (ToD PSX) Will O' Wisp (ToD PSX) 1 Will O' Wisp (ToD PSX) 2 Wizard (ToD PSX) 2
Red
Knight
Red
Roper
Red
Slime
Silver
Dragon
Sorcerer W.
Ghost
Will O'
Wisp
(Blue)
Will O'
Wisp
(Red)
Wizard

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