|Game||Dragon Quest IV|
Endor (エンドール, romanized in official Japanese guidebooks as Endohr) is a kingdom and a castle town found in Dragon Quest IV. It is one of the few locations to use the same localization from the earlier NES game. The castle town is the only location in the original NES game with a casino.
- 1 Kingdom of Endor
- 2 Treasures
- 3 Appearances
- 4 Map
- 5 In Other Languages
- 6 Gallery
Kingdom of Endor
- Seed of life
- Mini medal (Chapter 5 only, with a second one in the remake)
- Fishnet stockings (Chapter 5 only, in the remake)
- Pink leotard (Chapter 5 only)
- Feathered cap (Chapter 5 only)
- Double-edged sword (Chapter 5 only)
- Seed of strength (Chapter 5 only)
Endor first enters the game's plot Chapter 2, wherein the king of Endor erroneously agrees that the prize of the kingdom tournament shall be his daughter's hand in marriage. Alena originally entered the tournament just to test her prowess, but after lending the royal family a sympathetic ear she resolves to save the princess from an arranged marriage. The Tsarevna is able to win the tournament by defeating five opponents and by the forfeit of Psaro, the only other person to defeat five opponents.
In Chapter 3, Torneko is able to prevent a war between the king of Ballymoral and the king of Endor by discreetly relaying prince Reagan's love letters to princess Veronica that warn of his father's disastrous ambitions. Because of his expert mediation, the king of Endor allows Torneko to set up a shop in Endor, and commissions the merchant for a set of Steel broadswords and Iron armours in exchange for 60,000 gold coins. Prior to the casino's reopening, Ragnar McRyan can be found looking for a lead on The Hero in the area.
In Chapter 5, the hero meets the sisters in Endor, where they join the hero's party.
Shops & Services
|Chain mail||350||Defense +18|
|Bronze armour||700||Defense +25|
|Iron armour||1200||Defense +30|
|Iron apron||1500||Defense +32|
|Scale shield||180||Defense +7|
|Iron shield||650||Defense +12|
|7 gold per person|
- Though they aren't needed after fighting the Abominable Showman, the remake gives you the option to use medicinal herbs after the battle.
- In the NES Version, the number of steel broadswords and iron armour you have to supply to the king is 7 of each. It the remake it's 6 of each.
- Tessie's vault only consists of gold storage due to the unlimited space of the bag.
- The Hero & company starts off here in Chapter six.
Psaro is the first fighter to take part in the tournament here, and defeat all five opponents. Alena soon arrived for her chance to take part in the tournament and was successful, though Psaro the Manslayer takes leave before he is called out.
It is always closed at night.
This shop is the only known place to buy the Iron claw.
|Thief's Key||Southwest of town|
|Magic Key||On either side of a passage near the far end of the side corridors|
|Magic Key||Behind thief's key door|
|Ultimate Key||Castle basement|
Torneko's wife Tessie runs a vault starting with chapter 5.
Other notable attributes