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| JapaneseName="Makai Mura Gaiden", which translates to "Red Arremer II"
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| JapaneseName="Red Arremer II"
 
| ReleaseDate=1992
 
| ReleaseDate=1992
 
| Developer=Capcom
 
| Developer=Capcom
 
| Publisher=Capcom
 
| Publisher=Capcom
 
| Designer=Tokuro Fujiwara
 
| Designer=Tokuro Fujiwara
| Platforms=NES, GameBoy
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}}'''Gargoyle's Quest II''', known as '''Red Arremer II''' (レッドアリーマーII) in Japan, is an NES video game released by Capcom in October 1992. Despite being the second game in the series, it is actually the prequel to ''[[Gargoyle's Quest]]'' (''Makaimura Gaiden: Red Arremer'' in Japan) for the Game Boy, and features a similar gameplay style, which combined RPG elements with side scrolling action. The game was ported to the Game Boy with extra levels under the name ''[[Makaimura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness]]''.
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'''Gargoyle's Quest II''' is an NES video game released by Capcom in October 1992. Despite being the second game in the series, it is actually the prequel to ''[[Gargoyle's Quest]]'' (Makai Mura Gaiden: Red Arremer in Japan) for the Game Boy, and features a similar gameplay style, which combined RPG elements with side scrolling action. The game was ported to the Game Boy with extra Levels under the name ''Makai-Mura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness'', Click [[Makai-Mura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness|Here]] for more information on the new levels.
 
   
 
==Story==
 
==Story==
 
[[Firebrand]] is a young warrior in training in his hometown of [[Etruria]]. One day, while Firebrand is training in a small, alternate dimension, the Black Light suddenly appears and destroys his home. When he returns successfully from his training, he is told to hurry to the king by another ghoul just before it dies. Upon defeating [[Nagus]], Firebrand is able to meet with King Morock, who informs Firebrand he is on the brink of death. Before dying, he gives Firebrand the Spectre's Fingernail and Firebrand sets off on a journey to unravel the mystery of the Black Light.
 
[[Firebrand]] is a young warrior in training in his hometown of [[Etruria]]. One day, while Firebrand is training in a small, alternate dimension, the Black light suddenly appears and destroys his home. When he returns successfully from his training, he is told to hurry to the King by another ghoul just before it dies. Upon defeating Nagus, Firebrand is able to meet with King Morock, who informs Firebrand he is on the brink of death. Before dying, he gives Firebrand the Spectre's Fingernail and Firebrand sets off on a journey to unravel the mystery of the Black light.
 
   
 
==Gameplay==
 
==Gameplay==
 
The gameplay is almost identical to the previous Gargoyle's Quest game. Traversing the Ghoul Realm is done via an overhead map view while action areas, such as dungeons and bridges, are sidescrolling. A few minor differences between this game and the original Gargoyle's Quest are the lack of random encounters and the addition of the Magic Tornado. Firebrand also moves much faster on the overhead map than he did in the first game. Though the game was released in 1992, it still utilized a lengthy password system.
 
The gameplay is almost identical to the previous Gargoyle's Quest game. Traversing the Ghoul Realm is done via an overhead map view while action areas, such as dungeons and bridges, are sidescrolling. A few minor differences between this game and the original Gargoyle's Quest are the lack of random encounters and the addition of the Magic Tornado. Firebrand also moves much faster on the overhead map than he did in the first game. Though the game was released in 1992, it still utilized a lengthy password system.
   
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==Main Character/Allies==
 
 
*[[Firebrand]], the [[Red Arremer]].
 
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*[[Hecate]]
==Main Characters==
 
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*[[Samuel]]
[[Firebrand]] is a gargoyle.
 
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*[[Barr]]
 
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*[[Morock]]
 
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*[[Lucifer]] (Rushifell)
 
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*[[Lethe]]
 
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*[[Verona]]
==Enemies==
 
 
 
 
 
==Enemy Bosses==
 
==Enemy Bosses==
[[Nagus]]
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*[[Nagus]]
   
[[Death Balloon]]
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*[[Death Balloon]]
   
[[Sand Frog]]
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*[[Sand Frog]]
   
[[Twin Guardian]]
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*[[Twin Guardian]]
   
[[Doppelganger]]
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*[[Doppelganger]]
   
[[Goza]]
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*[[Goza]]
   
[[Breager]]
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*[[Breager]]
   
 
==Levels==
 
==Levels==
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==Weapons==
 
==Weapons==
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==External links==
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*[http://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/eshop/vc/tdnj/ 3DS Virtual Console Japanese page]
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*[http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wiiu/software/vc/fc6j/ Wii U Virtual Console Japanese page]
 
[[Category:Games]]
 
[[Category:Games]]

Latest revision as of 19:14, 9 August 2021

Gargoyle's Quest II, known as Red Arremer II (レッドアリーマーII) in Japan, is an NES video game released by Capcom in October 1992. Despite being the second game in the series, it is actually the prequel to Gargoyle's Quest (Makaimura Gaiden: Red Arremer in Japan) for the Game Boy, and features a similar gameplay style, which combined RPG elements with side scrolling action. The game was ported to the Game Boy with extra levels under the name Makaimura Gaiden: The Demon Darkness.

Story

Firebrand is a young warrior in training in his hometown of Etruria. One day, while Firebrand is training in a small, alternate dimension, the Black Light suddenly appears and destroys his home. When he returns successfully from his training, he is told to hurry to the king by another ghoul just before it dies. Upon defeating Nagus, Firebrand is able to meet with King Morock, who informs Firebrand he is on the brink of death. Before dying, he gives Firebrand the Spectre's Fingernail and Firebrand sets off on a journey to unravel the mystery of the Black Light.

Gameplay

The gameplay is almost identical to the previous Gargoyle's Quest game. Traversing the Ghoul Realm is done via an overhead map view while action areas, such as dungeons and bridges, are sidescrolling. A few minor differences between this game and the original Gargoyle's Quest are the lack of random encounters and the addition of the Magic Tornado. Firebrand also moves much faster on the overhead map than he did in the first game. Though the game was released in 1992, it still utilized a lengthy password system.

Main Character/Allies

Enemy Bosses

Levels

Weapons

External links