Tipper Taloon

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Tipper Taloon
Dragon Quest IV, Torneko series
Torneko no Daibōken 3 Tipper.png
Japanese name ポポロ
Romaji Poporo
Old localization Paolo
Race Human
Age 5 (Dragon Quest IV, Mystery Dungeon)[1]
12 (Daibōken 3, Rivals Ace)[1]
Voice actor Mariya Ise (Rivals Ace)[2]

Tipper Taloon is a minor character from Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen. He is the only child of Torneko Taloon's family, with his mother being Tessie. Tipper was unnamed in the original NES version of the game, being given his moniker in the PSX remake.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen[edit]

Tipper plays a small role in his debut appearance, living in the sleepy village of Lakanaba along with his family. His contribution to the plot is telling his father that the innkeeper wants to speak with him, kicking off the hunt for the Steel Strongbox. He enthusiastically supports his father's dream of owning a shop of his own, and quickly adjusts to city life when the family moves to the kingdom of Endor. During the ending cinematic of the game, Tipper runs out to greet his father when he returns home and is lifted in to the air as the two reunite.

Torneko no Daibōken: Fushigi no Dungeon[edit]

Tipper plays a slightly larger supporting role in the first mystery dungeon game, relaying advice and useful information from the King to Torneko.

Torneko: The Last Hope[edit]

In this PlayStation/GBA release, Tipper is called Paolo.

Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3[edit]

Tipper plays a major role in the game, being one of the playable characters alongside his father. The main differences between the two are that Tipper uses claws as his weapon of choice, his inability to equip shields, use bows and arrows or read magical scrolls, and that he can tame certain monsters.

Dragon Quest Rivals[edit]

In Rivals Ace, Tipper appears in the game's third card pack, "Starry Battle".[3] His appearance is retrived from Torneko no Daibōken 3.[4]

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