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    Walkthrough by Data_Hunter

    Updated: 12/28/08 | Printable Version | Search This Guide

    Data_Hunter's Guide to Dokapon Kingdom for the Nintendo Wii
    Version 1.0
    If you have any questions, comments, or more tips on this game, you can 
    contact me at the web address below.
     
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    Contents
    
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    I.   Contents
    II.  Version History
    III. Introduction
    IV.  Characters
    V.   Controls
    VI.  Mode Select
    VII. Rare Encounters
    VIII. Walkthrough
    Prologue: The Kingdom in Distress! The Rush to Dokapon Kingdom!
    Chapter 1: Help the Little Guy! A Cure for Cash!
    Chapter 2: The Case of the Demon Prince and the Missing Piggy Bank
    Chapter 3: Special Delivery - A Shopping Brawl!
    Chapter 4: Return of the Demon Prince and the Kidnaped Princess.
    Chapter 5: The Royal Ring has been Stolen! Who's the Culprit?!
    Chapter 6: The Ancient Artifact Debt of the Ancestors.
    Chapter 7: Overlord Rico. Can you buy victory?
    Final Chapter: The Final Battle! See you in Heck, kids!
    IX. Credits
    X. Legal Notice
    
    II. Version History
    
    November 13, 2008 
    8:45 PM to 9:30 PM
    Finished the Introduction and Characters Section.
    9:30 PM to 10:05 PM
    Finished the Controls Section.
    10:06 PM to 10:22 PM
    Finished the Modes Section.
    10:23 PM to 11:25 PM 
    Worked on the Walkthrough.
    
    November 14, 2008
    6:33 PM to 8:13 PM
    Continued on the Walkthrough and added the Rare Encounters section. Finished
    Chapter 1.
    
    8:14 PM to 10:28 PM
    Finished Chapter 2.
    
    November 15, 2008
    3:00 PM to 5:31 PM
    Finished Chapter 3.
    
    5:32 PM to 8:05 PM
    Finished Chapter 4
    
    8:06 PM to 10:15 PM
    Finished Chapter 5
    
    10:16 PM to November 16, 2008 at 12:26 AM
    Finished Chapter 6
    
    12:27 AM to 12:56 AM
    Ending Session for the guide. Resume after daybreak
    
    November 16, 2008
    1:07 PM to 9:05 PM 
    Resumed working on the walkthrough. Finished Chapter 7.
     
    9:06 PM to 11:48 PM
    Ending Session for the Guide. Resume after daybreak.
    
    November 17, 2008
    3:15 PM to 4:42 PM
    Completed the Story Mode Walkthrough.
    
    III. Introduction
    
    Here we are back again and in for another installment of my ever growing
    collection of guides for the free world to see! This time were all heading
    for the happy-go-lucky world of Dokapon Kingdom!
    Now, I first played this game on November 1 and it was weird at first. I
    thought it
    was going to be for kids but, I managed to get a kick out of this game! It's
    a fun and a hilarious game in it's own right. It will make you laugh and at
    sometimes makes you scared of your life! Never the less, this game is not
    your average party game! So tie your laces to your boot straps, folks! It's
    time to enter the colorful world of the Kingdom of Dokapon.
    
    IV. Characters
    
    The King of Dokapon:
    He's the King Midas of the game. The game's answer to Disney's Scrooge
    McDuck! 
    He loves money more than anything else. He has money on the brain! Of
    course, he's not the guy with the golden touch. He will pretty much give you
    the low down on what goes on in the kingdom. I'll tell you more about him as
    we progress into the game.
    
    Princess Penny:
    Like father, like daughter. She likes money just like her father! But what
    really is 
    surprising is that she looks too much like Penny from Inspector Gadget! And
    she owns
    a dog named Cash? I sense the irony of this game already! But, truthfully
    speaking
    she's a sweet girl.
    
    You:
    You have been summoned by the king to help save the kingdom and get the
    money
    flowing again. Where's a economic plan when you need it!? (Hey, it matched
    our
    real live scenario. So what, sue me!)
    
    V. Controls
    You have three different types of controls to choose from when playing this
    game.
    You can use:
    The Nintendo Gamecube Controller
    The Nintnedo Wii Remote
    The Nintendo Classic Controller
    
    But here's another interesting fact. You and up to three other players can
    actually 
    use the same controller. But who wants to share, eh? 
    
    This information is based from the Instructions manual of the game.
    
    Nintendo Wii Remote:
    Control Pad: Move the Cursor and the Character.
    Up Control Pad: Use offensive Magic and Defensive Magic during battle.
    Left Control Pad: Strike and Counter during battle/ Rock option in Roshambo.
    Down Control Pad: Skill and Give up during battle/ Scissors option in
    Roshambo.
    Right Control Pad: Attack and Defend during battle/ Paper option in
    Roshambo.
    A button: View Shortcut and Help menu.
    B button: Bag Shortcut and Display World Map before and after the spin.
    2 button: Make a selection/Stop the Spinner/Confirm Message/ Show available
    moves/
    Speed up the cursor during view/Show Predictions.
    1 button: Cancel/Movement Shortcut/Data (After Spin)/Show information in
    battle.
    + button: Data Shortcut/Flip page/Switch between opponents.
    - button: Flip page/Switch between opponents.
    
    The Gamecube and the Classic Controller has some of the same functions as
    the 
    Wii Remote but with a few changes First of all the C Stick and the Analog
    Stick are not operational. 
    
    A button: Make a selection/Stop the Spinner/Confirm Message/ Show available
    moves/Speed up the cursor during view/Show Predictions.
    B button: Cancel/ Movement shortcut/ Skill and Give up/Scissors 
    X button: Bag Shortcut and Display World Map before and after the spin.
    Y button: View Shortcut and Help menu.
    L button on the Classic Controller/R button on the Gamecube Controller: 
    Data Shortcut/Flip page/Switch between opponents.
    R button on the Classic Controller/L button on the Gamecube Controller: 
    Flip page/Switch between opponents.
    + button on the Classic Controller/Start button on the Gamecube controller: 
    Display World Map before and after the spin.
    
    V. Mode Select
    There are three modes you can play in this game. You have:
    Normal Mode
    Battle Royale (which gives you three different modes of the game)
    Story Mode
    
    In Normal Mode, you can choose the number of weeks you want to play in. You
    can play from a week to as many years as you want! That's 999 weeks! At the
    end of each weeks, you will be ranked on how much you have based on towns
    and how much gold you have.
    
    In the Battle Royale, you have three modes to choose from. In a town race,
    the first 
    person to slay the monster in the randomly selected town wins the game!
    Simple, huh?
    The Kill race is a mode where you have to defeat the other players a certain
    number of times. Under these circumstances, if you come across them, you can
    not surrender!
    The Shopping Race sends you on a scavenger hunt that you must find other
    items and bring them back to the King when as requested. You must have all
    of the items in order for you to win.
    
    The Story mode is where the core of the game starts. To be simply bunt, all
    you have to do is to have the most cash and you get the princess hand in
    marriage and the throne to the kingdom! Sounds pretty sweet to me! For the
    time being, this guide will cover only the Story mode.
    
    
    VII. Rare Encounters
    These are also called Character Events and the chances of you coming across
    on are very rare! Normally, you have a 5 percent chance of that happening to
    you and when it does, who knows what will happen. That's how random this
    kingdom is!
    
    Abducted by a UFO: After one turn, you appear on the screen again and they
    can
    either increase your stats or take them away.
    Beggar Man: If you come across him, he'll ask you for some money. If you
    give him what he needs, it turns out to be the Goddess of Generosity in
    disguise! (This is a total rip off on how Disney's Beauty and the Beast
    started out!) She'll give you one random item and disappears once more.
    Should you refuse, well let's just say that the end result isn't going to
    pretty.
    Doctor Exiles: This so called doctor will decide if he wants to heal you or
    not. In the end he'll charge you a huge fee for his services. But if your in
    the red and you cross him again, he WILL kill you if you don't pay him!
    Roche: A boy in a pink bear outfit that will challenge you to Rochambo.
    Should you lose he gets all of the money that you have. If you win you get
    nothing!
    Risque The Bandit: A hired thief who's ratio of taking one players items is
    50/50. If you're the only player on the field, you're a sitting duck!
    Mitch Digger: A mole who has a thing for hot springs. If you're successful
    he'll place one in one random town.
    Kira the Merchant: A wondering nomad that sells rare items should you come
    across her.
    Robo~Agent: The metal assassin. This robot will search and destroy anyone
    who pays it for one whole week! However, if you have enough money by the
    time you
    cross him, it will spare your life if you pay him twice the amount the other
    player
    payed it previously.
    Leane the Village Girl: A timid girl who asks you to do certain favors to
    deliver items to certain towns.
    Weber the Trickster: A devious dual colored man that gives people nasty
    gifts you can use on the other player.
    Gutz the Blacksmith: A famous wondering blacksmith that will make a weapon
    for you on the spot if you pay him.
    Musashi the Tax Collector: A Stork that will collect from all the cities and
    castles you own. Of course, he seems to take more of his share of the
    profits.
    
    VIII. Walkthrough
    
    Now we can get started on the heart of the matter! The entire world in
    Dokapon has 7 continents for you to travel. But you can't reach it yet. You
    have to make your character first! As you start, meet that cute little fairy
    called Angelo. She will be with you during the game. So go ahead and make
    your character. I'll wait... Oh one more thing! You can also create your
    opponents if you're playing by your self. 
    
    Note: Please note that for every chapter may have different events happening
    at random.
    You may not have some of the same events as I do while I'm typing and
    playing this game with you. When the time comes refer to the guide to help
    you out.
    
    The story starts with a normal peaceful day in the kingdom... that is until
    terror strikes and monsters pop up all over towns! The call as been sent
    out. Will you be one to answer his call? I know that you are rearing to go
    but there's a trial you have to go through first. 
    You have two weeks to reach the castle first one to get there will get
    points! Points? Why only points? I'll tell you why. They are necessary for
    you to get stronger in the journey ahead.
    
    Prologue: The Kingdom in Distress! The Rush to Dokapon Kingdom!
    
    Now here's how it works, you move by using a spinner and you press A to stop
    it from spinning. What ever number it lands on, you have to move to that
    amount. No excuses! However, that won't be the only way you can travel. By
    gaining certain items, you can move with or with out the spinner! But for
    now trust in the spinner and it will guide you to where ever you want to go.
    Take time out to look at the spaces ahead of you. Press the X or A button,
    depending on your method of control, and take a look around. The green
    spaces with the yellow bag gives you basic items in a spinner form as well.
    Time it right to get the items that you need. The yellow chest is the Money
    Space. Land on it to get a certain amount using a spinner. The Shield Space
    gives you your shield where you need it the most.  A Weapon Space will give
    you a weapon, depending on you class using the spinner as well. If you land
    on a space with a book, that's the Magic Space. You can gain magic to use
    outside of battle but if you are a mage, once you get that spell it stays on
    you forever! A Battle Magic space will give you a ability to help you in
    battle. Keep in mind that you can only have 1 ability at a time. If you want
    to learn a new one, you have to give one up!
    
    Now if you come across a path that has arrows flowing in one direction, then
    you can only move in that direction. If you ever land on a empty yellow
    space, two things will happen. Either you will go into battle or you will
    come across an encounter. You will more likely battle someone, so let me
    show you how it works. First, select a card. This depends on who goes first.
    If you get lucky and go first, now you get to choose to either perform a
    simple attack, charge up your attack power or perform a critical strike. 
    
    WARNING! WARNING! Be very careful not to choose Strike often! If you do
    choose that move and the enemy counters, you will be killed and won't appear
    on the field for 3 turns if you don't have a Revival or a Deathblow Item.
    Just a little something to let you know. But here's a another piece of
    advice. If you happen to knock out the opposition, you can choose three
    options. You can steal their equipment, their cash, their items, or execute
    the "Ultimate Shame"! You can draw on their face Jigglypuff style or change
    their name to Poo for all I care! If none of you take each other out, then
    it results in a draw and will continue until your or their next turn. 
    Chapter 1: Help the Little Guy! A Cure for Cash!
    
    Now that you have gotten on the actual field of play, there's a lot of
    places for you to explore. However, you can't gain access to those areas due
    to the fact that there are guards blocking the bridge. The towns in
    Tiphrates, Moriah, Bukhan, Xishan, Uvs Nuur, Jurong, Sumida, Ussuri, Urai,
    and Volga all have monsters plaguing the towns. Now here's one of the best
    parts of this game. If you manage to defeat the monster in this town, the
    townspeople will be so thrilled, that they will give you the key to the
    city, thus owning it! However should Fate have other things in store for you
    and you lose the boss, then it can choose to do all the bad things your
    opponents does, even take away a town! When you own a town, you can invest
    in it, tax them, or have it stolen away from you from the other teammates.
    But that's not all! The more towns you own by the end of the week, the more
    money you earn! Trust me, you can earn a quarter of a million really quick!
    Since nothing has told us on what to do in this chapter, continue to move
    around the board fighting enemies, collecting items, and meet other
    characters of the game. By the way, you can also return to the castle to
    change your hair, your clothes, have the King heal you, and change your
    occupation every time you max two available occupations. When you change
    your occupation, you do some of loose the stats that you gained so far. So
    you can switch them out at any time! As you progress into the game, more
    occupations will become available. 
    
    They are as listed below:
    
    Cleric: Helps their fellow man with holy powers
    Spellsword: A well rounded fighter skilled in weaponry and magic. (Nice!)
    Alchemist: Produces items using magic. ( I wonder if you can get a
    Philosophers' Stone in this game?)
    Ninja: Assassins who quietly strike from the shadows. (Like Splinter once
    said, "Go Ninja! Go Ninja! Go! If you don't know what movie that came off of
    you're dead to me!)
    Monk: Warriors who have honed their fighting skills and uses the art of the
    fist. 
    (Seems promising!)
    Acrobat: Professional entertainers who can even act like they're dead! (So
    they can play possum!)
    
    There's a little more info I have to tell you on the map. If you land on a
    red treasure chest, that's called Red Loot box. It's a very risky space
    where there are very few good items. Should you land on anything else, who
    knows what result you'll end up with!
    
    If you land on a Bank Space, you can choose to collect invest in a town one
    at a time compared to a collection space where you can collect taxes from a
    town.
    
    If you land on a blue space with a fist in the middle, you just landed on a
    Harm Space. And that will lead in to big trouble! You can get damaged or
    receive a status effect PLUS a encounter with a strong enemy. Avoid this
    space as much as possible!
    
    Land on a space with a white wing, you can chose to go back to the castle or
    a available Temple. Of course, it doesn't come cheap. You do have to pay a
    certain fee. That's the Warp Space for you!
    
    Landing on a space with a purple door will lead you into a dungeon filled
    with strong monsters! An ideal place to level up as long as you come well
    prepared! You may never know what lies behind a Passage Space!
    
    There's also a way where you can become a wanted criminal! It works like
    this. If by any chance you decide to rob the place blind, you have to
    Roshambo to do battle. No, it doesn't require you to kick someone in the
    groin. (Thank Goodness!) But it's more like Paper, Scissors, Rock. Anyway,
    should you lose in that match, a bounty will be on your head for one whole
    week! That means that you are easy Pickens and if you lose to another player
    with it on your head, not only they get to choose what to do with you, they
    get the bounty too! Should you live for one whole week? You get a full
    pardon! While you are a wanted criminal, you are shut out of towns, banks,
    temples, stores, and the castle itself! If by some stroke of luck you win
    the match altogether, you get a free item from the person you are trying to
    rob. 
    
    One turn or another a monster from one town will drop a slab of rock in your
    path. If you don't have a Mattock (Pick Axe) to break it down, you will have
    to find another way around. If you can't find another way around and your in
    a tight spot then you will have to wait for five turns for it to crumble.
    
    Uh-oh! Cash, the loveable puppy has eaten a poisonous...doughnut? The only
    person who has the antidote is the Wise Grandma. Grab it and deliver it to
    the puppy before it meets it's end! She's located in the Asiana
    Continent...Hey! We're on that continent! Before you spin, take a look at
    the area southwest of the castle and that's where she is. 
    Remember, you have to land on that space in order for you to get it. Who
    ever returns it to the King first gets a random castle and with the value of
    you highest valuable city!
    
    
    And that's the end of Chapter One!
    
    Chapter 2: The Case of the Demon Prince and the Missing Piggy Bank
    
    Once delivers the antidote, the King will request for one of you to get a
    dish for him to taste. But that's the least of your problems. If someone
    ends up hearing the whispers of dark revenge and they travel to a Dark
    Space. Let's just say that there's going to be a whole lot shaking going on!
    If you land on a dark space with a bat hanging over your head, a demon will
    give you the powers of darkness at the cost of losing everything that you
    own! Should you continue to get the get the power, you will become a demon
    for a full 2 weeks! Trust me when I say this that if you have more than 2
    players playing, it's going to feel like an eternity!
    
    By now you should be at level 6. When that happens, you can switch jobs at
    the castle.
    But the Cleric is the only job available. Once someone beats the big boss,
    the king 
    receives a letter stating that he took the Princess' Piggy Bank! In order
    for you to get it back you have to fight Rico Jr. for it. Now a plague has
    spread through out the kingdom and it will automatically donate your money
    to the expensive towns on the map.  Once you reach Rico jr., he will send a
    clone version of yourself. If you can defeat it you can get the piggy bank.
    However, once you returned it turns out to be broken and not a single cent
    inside!
    
    And that's the end of Chapter 2!
    
    Chapter 3: Special Delivery - A Shopping Brawl!
    
    One of the first events in this chapter is that all of the townspeople went
    on strike.
    Um, since when did they have a union? Now you can't enter any towns, stores,
    even the banks are closed for the entire week! This also puts you at a
    disadvantage since you can't save any towns either. If you're lucky and
    Wabbit Week comes a long, try to get a Wabbit Shield. The shield alone
    boosts all of your stats.
    
    After a couple of weeks, the King asks for a favor. You have to capture a
    Wabbit for the king. Why, because every other aristocrats have one and he
    doesn't want to feel left out. Travel to the spring cave so you can bring
    one to the king. Once you bring it back he'll give you a handsome amount of
    gold for your delivery. However this is not the main part of the chapter.
    
    The Royal Museum is losing its attendance and the King needs help to bring
    the crowds back! With his crazy usage of urban lingo, he asks for someone to
    bring back a Salamander Bug from the Lava Cave. Try to look for it under a
    big red tree and deliver it to the king if you can make it with out being
    scorched first!
    
    Finally, the last request of the chapter from the king is 5 magic keys. He
    wants to spruce up his bathroom since he has some extra cash lying around.
    All you have to do is to buy them at the nearest Item Shop and deliver it to
    the king.
    
    And that ends Chapter 3!
    
    Chapter 4: Return of the Demon Prince and the Kidnaped Princess.
    
    Green jr. is hosting a tournament at the Colosseum to pit all of you against
    his bodyguard. The bodyguard is very strong and the best way to beat him is
    let the other players soften him up and you finish the other players off
    Then when the bodyguard is weak enough, deliver the final blow!
    
    Some security they got! Princess Penny has been kidnaped by no one other
    than Rico jr.! He has her hostage in one of the available caves! Hurry and
    bring her home! But it seems like he has feelings for this girl. Now he
    wants to fight you for her! It's not going to be easy to beat regardless of
    what level your on. This is a battle that will test your luck! It would be a
    total shame for him recover should you lose the match! Should you win, Rico
    will revive himself and simply let Penny go. Now you have to take her home
    in one piece. Once she's back at the castle, the king will give you a
    castle!
    
    And that's the end of Chapter 4!
    
    Chapter 5: The Royal Ring has been Stolen! Who's the Culprit?!
    
    Somebody stolen the Royal Ring! I wonder who would do such a thing? With out
    it, he can't conduct of any official business and they already have a
    suspect! Find them and bring them to justice! Once the Royal Ring has been
    returned, the chapter ends there.
    
    Time for Chapter 5!
    
    Chapter 6: The Ancient Artifact Debt of the Ancestors.
    
    Green jr. shows up again and invites you into the coliseum but this time for
    a game of cards. All you have to do is match up a pair of cards and get the
    most amount at the end of the game. If you match a pair, you can get that
    item. But if you pick up a bomb card you lose all of the cards you have!
    
    It will be a couple of weeks until the King asks for a favor again and this
    time, the findings are somewhat on the lines of bizarre! The king was
    looking to excavate the ruins for treasure and found IOU's instead! How can
    you place IOU's inside a tomb, huh? But the weirdest thing is, the kingdom's
    more in debt than our economy! Of course, the king wants to keep it all
    hush-hush! So they want you to find the Demolition Man and take him to
    destroy the tablet so no one will ever know that they were in debt. Once you
    find him you must travel into the pyramid and lead him to the artifact so he
    can destroy it. Unfortunately, the king still get stuck with the bill in the
    end.
    
    And that's the end of Chapter 6!
    
    Chapter 7: Overlord Rico. Can you buy victory?
    
    Uh oh! The big boss is here! Looks like he's here to see who's been bullying
    his son! Now he's thinking about taking over this kingdom for his own! This
    is your last test of valor and who ever beats this guy wins the game! Of
    course getting to him won't be easy. Just like his son he'll block your path
    towards him. When you get inside of the tower, you'll face Rico jr. before
    you reach Rico himself. Go into battle and should you win, the king will
    give you another castle!
    
    And Green jr. appears once again in this chapter. This time you have to find
    the Angel Card. First one to find them wins and you get a 100,000 gold!
    
    And now the final chapter awaits!
    
    Final Chapter: The Final Battle! See you in Heck, kids!
    
    With Rico back in the underworld, he can use his full power. But there are
    two 
    requirements needed in order for you to enter the final battle. You must
    defeat your
    Clonus and battle your way through the Gates of Heck to fight him one last
    time.
    By getting this far into the game, if you are at least over level 75, you
    stand chance. If not, then you have a long way to go! Go and battle as much
    as you can before you tango with the devil! A spot will appear on the map
    and that's where you go for your final battle.
    
    Once you finally get to that special room where's he's standing, he will
    reveal his true form and it is UG-LY!  If your stats are higher than his
    regardless of the level, you can take him down in 5 turns.
    
    Once the deed is done, your character runs away from the place and the
    monsters of the kingdom disappears as well and the monsters that are still
    in town, they now belong to you! As the results are revealed to the king,
    you get a bonus every time you make it into first place. However, if some
    how the person who wins it all turns out to be a female character, you HAVE
    to marry the king... maybe not...
    
    And that, my friends, is the end of the final chapter and the end of the
    game!
    
    Well, did you win? I SURE DIDN'T! I have:
    
    Been killed over 12 times
    Succumbed to the powers of darkness 7 times
    Gained only over 10 million gold
    And only killed my only computer opponent three times.
    
    This is by far the only game that I ever played that I actually lost at the
    end! I'm so 
    ashamed...
    
    
    Credits
    I would like to thank the following below because with out them, this 
    guide would not be possible!
    
    Nintendo: For making such a interactive system, the Wii
    Game Faqs: For making the guide and all other available to help 
    complete games in the past.
    And you for taking time out to read this guide! Thanks a bunch and I 
    hope that this information will give you a better edge on the track.
    Atlus: For making a funny, yet challenging game despite the fact that I
    lost!
    
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