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'''Charlock Castle''' is the older localization term that refers both to the Dragonlord's caste and to Zoma's citadel. This unifying name did not exist in the original Japanese version, where distinct names were used for the two locations. This separation has been reflected in Square-Enix's modern localization, leading to the retirement of the Charlock name.
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'''Charlock Castle''' is the older localization term that refers both to the Dragonlord's castle and to Zoma's citadel. This unifying name did not exist in the original Japanese version, where distinct names were used for the two locations. This separation has been reflected in Square-Enix's modern localization, leading to the retirement of the Charlock name.
 
However, the term  is still popular with fans due to it's convenient nature and the nine year gap between the beginning of the new localization standards in 2005 and the release of the smart phone version of the original game in 2014.
 
However, the term  is still popular with fans due to it's convenient nature and the nine year gap between the beginning of the new localization standards in 2005 and the release of the smart phone version of the original game in 2014.
  

Latest revision as of 02:03, 9 November 2019

Charlock Castle is the older localization term that refers both to the Dragonlord's castle and to Zoma's citadel. This unifying name did not exist in the original Japanese version, where distinct names were used for the two locations. This separation has been reflected in Square-Enix's modern localization, leading to the retirement of the Charlock name. However, the term is still popular with fans due to it's convenient nature and the nine year gap between the beginning of the new localization standards in 2005 and the release of the smart phone version of the original game in 2014.

For the castle occupied by the sovereign of serpents, see: Dragonlord's Castle

For the original den of evil in the Erdrick Trilogy, see: Zoma's Citadel