Free DLC! (For a Month!)
When Etrian Mystery Dungeon releases on April 7, people who own the game will be able to get all the DLC for free. This offer lasts through May 5, so don’t dawdle! The DLC consists of five quests that have various bonuses! After May 5, the DLC will revert to paid, with the prices indicated below.
The first three DLC quests require you to find a lost adventurer in the dungeons. Once you do, they will give you recipes that unlock meals prepared by the NPC Niralda in the Amber Cafe. Players can purchase the meals for each of the party members to apply buffs that last until they leave the dungeon!
- Find a Wanderer for me! Find the master chef Wanderer to unlock three new recipes for the Amber Restaurant! ($1.49)
- Find a Princess for me! Find the stray Sovereign to unlock a meal fit for a king in the Amber Restaurant! ($1.99)
- Find a Landsknecht for me! Find the adventurous Landsknecht to unlock three new recipes for the Amber Restaurant! ($1.49)
The last two DLC quests are repeatable quests that players can get from Niralda as well:
- Know the Red Pookas? Slay a Red Pooka wandering around the dungeon to receive a Golden or White potion for extra experience! ($1.99)
- Slay the Gold Guardian! Defeat an elusive Gold Guardian in the dungeon to receive a Nugget of Gold fragment for extra gold! ($1.49)
Beginning March 31 (a week before the game launches!), an Etrian Mystery Dungeon theme will be available on the Nintendo eShop for 99 cents! The static theme has scrolling character art (hand-drawn and 3D), plays the main Etrian Mystery Dungeon theme song, and has custom folders. We made a short little demo video of the theme you can check out Below
Wanderer Character Class
Like to roam around around around around? Well then they should call you the Wanderer! Someone who never sheaths their sword and keeps ferrets and/or any other small animal friends hidden at all times. They’ve found that through being defeated over, and over, and over again, that survival is an absolute must. Thanks to expert studies at the school of hard knocks, they’ve learned to make their own escape route, because losing all your items in the mystery dungeons is akin to losing a part of your soul.
By the way, if you see the Wanderer with their bamboo hat tilted downward, don’t be confused. Wanderers just aren’t huge fans of talking. Maybe this is because they don’t have much to say. Or maybe they think that for some reason their ferret will do the talking for them. But you know what they ARE huge fans of? Clearing hidden paths and using skills targeted towards insects, plants, animals, and even dragons, that’s what! Oh, and rice balls. They’re fans of rice balls too.