Discover The Town Where There’s Naught But Children In Dragon Quest X

By Eugene . November 15, 2013 . 4:35pm


Hidden away by steep mountains, the town of Seredo lies in Dragon Quest X: The Slumbering Hero And Sworn Guiding Ally’s continent of Rendashia. When brave adventurers finally discover it, they find the strange oddness that is a town filled with nothing but children.


While the town is a picturesque jaunt, with multiple elevations to let everyone have a beautiful view, players will soon come across a destroyed church.



Its windows broken into and the entire roof and building in ruins, just what exactly caused this? The children… don’t seem to want to say.



To get to the bottom of this—Scooby-Dooby-Dooooo style—you’ll need to talk to children such as Rizerotta, the de facto leader of the town of Seredo. An audacious but determined girl, the children of Seredo have deep trust in her nonetheless. She has a mysterious familiar, Muchino, who follows her around as she keeps public order in the children’s city.


Muchino’s that strange satyr-like familiar. Summoned by magic, and able to cook any sweet in a jiffy, just what is his role here?



Fuuro is the previous priest’s son, and a bit of a cowardly sort. While he’s a childhood friend of Rizerotta and follows her faithfully, even putting himself in harms way when she thinks she’s being threatened, he seems to be the only one who questions why the town is the way it is now…


If you want the answers, you’ll have to make haste to the new continent once the expansion lands December 5th on PC, Wii and Wii U.

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  • Detrimont

    the new Kokiri Forest

    • AkiraScare

      So is Zelda somewhere… or maybe he left them 4 dead…

  • Kaetsu

    That’s not weird at all…ALTHOUGH I STILL REALLY WANT IT!

  • d19xx

    Pedobear is on his way…

  • Steven Higgins

    I bet they all called the police with false reports of their parents “molestering” them.

  • awat

    still nothin ’bout dq7.. the game my 3ds needs the most :’c

    • John Diamond

      Square in a nutshell. Understands it’s got plenty of fans demanding a certain game localised/made (e.g new chrono trigger, DQ7) waits so long before even considering to create/localise it

    • Square Enix is an evil company that isn’t interested despite DQ7 selling like hotcakes in Japan. I think their executives are mentally challenged.

  • Pinkemon

    The light of judgement happened and the parents all- oh wait, that’s Final fantasy 6.

  • almostautumn

    Man— I’d really love to play this game.
    Anyone mind clarifying what is needed to play this? I remember there being a necessary hard-drive for the Wii, and something about paying monthly. But can you play it offline/one-player without paying a subscription?

    • I’m curious about that, too.

    • doubleO7

      Its an MMO. You can’t play it offline or single player.

  • Such a neat game. I wish it was single-player instead, in English, on Wii U, and I could play it.

  • It could be a child ruled society like Little Lamplight where the children exile all of the adults.

  • revenent hell

    I adore the DQ games (wish VII 3DS was getting a North America release announcement) I also wish I played online games so I could grab this one….. I don’t pay to play games simply because I don’t consistently play them and it would end up just being a waste of money for me.

    • NickyArmstrong

      I think the model for this one is that it’s free for all to play for 2 hours every afternoon.

      • revenent hell

        True but when I originally get a game I tend to play it for more hours than that in a day and while it may not be every day I play it I don’t really like being as restricted as that would inevitably be. Unfortunately

  • Göran Isacson

    Looking forward to seeing that satyr turn out to be something ripped straight out of a nightmare and kidnapping all the adults. You can’t fool me with your apple cheeks and friendly demeanour, I watched Pan’s Labyrinth darnit.

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