MAKAI SENKI DISGAEA 2/DISGAEA 2 DARK HERO DAYS
                           DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT GUIDE
                             Current Version: 0.95

                         Copyright 2009 Nickolas Meyer
                           holylancerdelta@yahoo.com


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Table of Contents
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I.) Version
II.) Introduction
    A.) North American DLC Notes
III.) Kuro and Toro
    A.) NPCs
    B.) Weapons
       1. Toro Fist
       2. Toro Spear
       3. Kuro Sword
       4. Toro Bow
       5. Kuro Gun
       6. Toro Axe
       7. Kuro staff
IV.) Characters
    A.) Pleinair
    B.) Almaz
    C.) Sapphire
    D.) Gig
    E.) Dark Eclair
    F.) Marona
    G.) Ash
    H.) Pram
    I.) Miabel
    J.) Majin Hanako
V.) Character BGM downloads
VI.) FAQs
VII.) Thanks
VIII.) Legal Stuffs


============
I.) Version
============

Version: 0.95 - 12/18/2009:

Added a few missing bits to the Extra Song BGM data, as per data provided by
some individuals, as well as a few other bits and corrections. Also added some
info and comments regarding the DLC as it stands in the North American region
with whatever information we currently know.

Version: 0.91 - 10/7/2009:

Some minor additions and fixes on missing info.

Version: 0.90 - 10/5/2009:

I've included almost everything that I think is necessary for this guide.
So far, the only things missing are perhaps a few translations and minor
corrections of certain things, as well as the effects of what the "lover"
specialists do for most of the DLC characters. Other than that, nearly
everything in this guide is as it should be, I think. As always, if anyone
finds anything out of place, or just flat-out wrong, email me and I'll make
the proper changes.


==================
II.) Introduction
==================

Makai Senki Disgaea 2/Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days is an enhanced port of the 
Playstation 2 game Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories. This is the second installment
of the (as of now) Disgaea trilogy spanning the Playstation 2 and 3 game
consoles. This particular port includes a huge number of improvements and
additions over it's PS2 counter part, and even brings in a number of features
that were only first introduced in Disgaea 3.

Along with several new game-play mechanics, characters, and classes carried
from Disgaea 3, we also get the Downloadable Content (or DLC) feature. This
particular ability is present in a pretty fair number of current-generation
games. It allows players to download new features, such as levels, modes,
characters, and more. Disgaea 3 had a large number of characters who could be
obtained, as well as new gameplay modes and levels, and bosses.

Similarly, Disgaea 2 PSP also offers players a number of characters and other
features to use throughout the game. Although there aren't as many DLC options
as there were in D3, there are still a healthy number of new characters to
use.

This guide is being created based on the Japanese version of the game. That
said, not every feature that is available in this version may be available in
other versions outside of Japan. For instance, there were some features
involving the two characters Kuro and Toro in the Japanese version of Disgaea
3. However, these features were removed from the North American version, due
to various reasons. While it is not 100% certain that these features will be
removed from Disgaea 2 PSP, based on past examples, they most likely will be.
Another thing to note is that prices of individual characters may vary from
region to region as well. Some characters were given away for free in the
Japanese version, whereas they may be charged for in other regions. No one
will know for sure until these characters are released in other regions.

Strictly looking at the Japanese version, the DLC offers ten additional
characters for your roster, seven additional weapons to collect, and a new
set of NPCs that can appear in various locations. This guide will break down
how to get these characters, all of the specific data relating to these new
features, and everything else you could ever want to know.


-----------------------------
A.) North American DLC Notes
-----------------------------

On November 24th, 2009, seven of the ten DLC characters were made available
on the North American PSN store. Unfortunately, within a week, they were all
taken back down due to glitches, errors, and other problems that were
being experienced by players. For the record, I do not have the North American
version of Disgaea 2, nor do I plan on getting it so this guide will maintain
it's current format. I will, however, add info that I have collected from
various places and contacts who are playing the NA version.

The seven characters initially released were;

1.) Pleinair
2.) Sapphire
3.) Almaz
4.) Ash
5.) Marona
6.) Pram
7.) Majin Hanako

As mentioned, these characters were riddled with glitches and bugs that were
not present in the Japanese version, which include (but are not necessarily
limited to);

-Characters having incorrect counter and other stat values
-Marona having incorrect aptitudes
-Glitched sound effects and voices
-Skill AoE targets were incorrect
-Ash's team attack/Magichange cut-in was wrong (show's female warrior's cut-
 in instead of Ash's)
-Sapphire's S-Splash attack heals instead of causing damage
-Cut-scenes that show characters you may not have bought yet
-Etc.

Due to these technical issues, NISA removed the characters from the PSN store.
If you have already downloaded these characters, there are NO damaging issues
regarding the bugs and glitches. Most players have found them to simply be a
minor annoyance. NISA has stated that they are currently fixing the problems
regarding and will re-release these seven sometime in the near future. If you
have previously purchased any of these characters, plans are apparently being
made to allow you to re-download the fixed characters without having to pay
for them over again.

Similarly, NISA is going to fix the price issue with Sapphire. Initially,
they had stated that she would be free of charge due to the DLC error message
that some individuals were receiving during the game. When Sapphire was placed
into the PSN store, however, she was set to a cost of $1.99 like the rest of
the characters. Expect her to be free once NISA gets the fixes loaded back
up in the PSN store...Hopefully.

With all of that said, three characters still stand as not being released;
Dark Eclair, Gig, and Miabel. Unfortunately, NISA has indicated that they
have no plans on releasing these three characters in the NA version of the
game. There's been no concrete reason as to why, only that they cannot be
released here due to "technical" reasons. There are some theories regarding
some of the characters, but they're mostly just assumptions, theories, and
suppositions.


=============================
III.) Kuro and Toro Features
=============================

Kuro and Toro are something of Playstation mascots in Japan. Although they're
relatively unknown outside of the country, like anything ridiculously adorable
and cute, they seem to pop up frequently there. They can be downloaded to do
various things in Disgaea 2. They appear in various areas as NPCs, and also
have some novelty weapons modeled after them. They appeared each month as
"Special" downloads, along with each of the characters that could be
downloaded for that month. Generally, the Kuro and Toro items and features
need to be voted on in the Dark assembly before they are available to use.
They will propose bills that need to be passed while using Adell as a
senator. Thankfully, no matter what the other senators opinion of you is at,
all Dark Assembly members will vote in favor of every Kuro and Toro feature.
Seems even the most vile of demons have a weakness to adorable chibi cats.
Here are the special packs, and what they do.


--------------------------
A.) Kuro and Toro as NPCs
--------------------------

Available: May 2009 (Japan) Special:

After you download the Special pack, you'll need to head to the Dark Assembly.
Choose the option of having Adell as a senator, and Kuro and Toro will both
submit proposals as listed above. Once you pass both of their individual
bills, they'll begin appearing in three different places;

As Villagers in Holt - Here, you can talk to them as you would talk to any
other village for bits of information.

As judges in the Dark court - Normally when you visit the Dark Court, you are
attended to by a prinny judge, and a panel of jury prinnies. However, with the
Kuro and Toro bills passed, either of the two can appear as the judge. When
they appear, you can count on getting a huge felony boost, because both Kuro
and Toro will increase the amount of felonies you gain by 1.5x. Accumulating
felonies is one of the more annoying tasks in Disgaea 2, so this is a must
for shortening the amount of time it takes to gather felonies. Note that they
do not appear every time you enter the court. It is random, and sometimes you
will still get the normal Prinny Judge.

As villagers in the Innocent Towns - Chances are pretty good that if you spend
a lot of time in the item world, you've come across either Axel or a prinny
from time to time who will play a game with you. If you find them a certain
amount of times, they'll reward you with an item. On some occassions, you'll
run into Kuro or Toro instead, who will also reward you with a Machange Hiden
Hon/M-Change scroll if you find them ten times.


--------------------------
B.) Kuro and Toro Weapons
--------------------------

Along with Kuro and Toro appearing as NPCs in various areas, you can also
download individual weapons of each of the seven types that are modeled after
the two cats. Statistically, they're not overly impressive, but they're
mostly novelty items that are fun to collect. Keep in mind that they also
appear in the Dark Record Keeper's collection data, however, your data will
not be "incomplete" if you don't or can't get these items. The space for them
doesn't even exist until you actually download and activate them them. Also
note that once you download one of the weapons, you need to pass the bill
with Adell as a senator before you actually receive the item in your 
inventory. Note that all equipments are always legendary.

This section will list each of the seven weapons, and their stats and various
features.

.....................................
Available: May 2009 (Japan) Special:
.....................................

Toro Fist:

|---------------------------------------|
| Type: Fist    | MV:  +1   | JM:  +12  |
|---------------------------------------|
|  HP:    375       |   SP:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|
| ATK:    975       |  DEF:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|
| INT:      0       |  RES:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|
| HIT:      0       |  SPD:   975       |
|---------------------------------------|


.............................................
Available: June 2009 (Japan) Special Part 2:
.............................................

Toro Spear:

|---------------------------------------|
| Type: Spear   | MV:  +1   | JM:  +12  |
|---------------------------------------|
|  HP:      0       |   SP:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|
| ATK:    975       |  DEF:   450       |
|---------------------------------------|
| INT:      0       |  RES:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|
| HIT:    300       |  SPD:   225       |
|---------------------------------------|


Kuro Sword:

|---------------------------------------|
| Type: Sword   | MV:  +1   | JM:  +12  |
|---------------------------------------|
|  HP:      0       |   SP:   180       |
|---------------------------------------|
| ATK:   1050       |  DEF:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|
| INT:    525       |  RES:   150       |
|---------------------------------------|
| HIT:    150       |  SPD:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|

.............................................
Available: July 2009 (Japan) Special Part 3:
.............................................

Toro Bow:

|---------------------------------------|
| Type: Bow     | MV:  +1   | JM:  +12  |
|---------------------------------------|
|  HP:    150       |   SP:   150       |
|---------------------------------------|
| ATK:    900       |  DEF:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|
| INT:    225       |  RES:   300       |
|---------------------------------------|
| HIT:    900       |  SPD:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|


Kuro Gun:

|---------------------------------------|
| Type: Gun     | MV:  +1   | JM:  +12  |
|---------------------------------------|
|  HP:      0       |   SP:   180       |
|---------------------------------------|
| ATK:      0       |  DEF:   225       |
|---------------------------------------|
| INT:      0       |  RES:   225       |
|---------------------------------------|
| HIT:    900       |  SPD:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|


...............................................
Available: August 2009 (Japan) Special Part 4:
...............................................

Toro Axe:

|---------------------------------------|
| Type: Axe     | MV:  +1   | JM:  +12  |
|---------------------------------------|
|  HP:      0       |   SP:   180       |
|---------------------------------------|
| ATK:   1200       |  DEF:   -75       |
|---------------------------------------|
| INT:      0       |  RES:  -150       |
|---------------------------------------|
| HIT:   -450       |  SPD:   150       |
|---------------------------------------|


Kuro Staff:

|---------------------------------------|
| Type: Staff   | MV:  +1   | JM:  +12  |
|---------------------------------------|
|  HP:      0       |   SP:   180       |
|---------------------------------------|
| ATK:    900       |  DEF:   150       |
|---------------------------------------|
| INT:    975       |  RES:   255       |
|---------------------------------------|
| HIT:    200       |  SPD:     0       |
|---------------------------------------|


That is all of the Kuro and Toro content (that I am aware of.) The weapons
aren't super impressive, but unlike most normal weapons, they do increase
movement capabilities, which may be useful in some situations.


================
IV.) Characters
================

Now here's the real meat that most people are going to care about. This
section will detail the ten new characters, their abilities, stats, skills,
aptitudes, and pretty much everything you could possibly ever want to know.

As mentioned before, Disgaea 2 PSP offers up ten new characters available for
DLC. These characters have been released two at a time (with the exception of
the May batch, which had three characters). Initially looking through, it may
seem like nearly all of the DLC characters were ones that were available as
DLC in Disgaea 3. In reality, that's just not true. Only three of the ten
characters were available as DLC in both Disgaea 3, and here in Disgaea 2.
However, there are two Disgaea 3 characters available as DLC, and one of the
secret characters from Disgaea 3 is available here as DLC too. That adds up
to a total of six of the ten characters were available in some way in Disgaea
3, and also means that the remaining four characters are brand new, and
exclusive to Disgaea 2 PSP.

I've listed all possible stats that I think are important. If you're familiar
with how the first two Disgaea games work, you'll know a little bit about
the Weapon Mastery system. Humanoid characters all have a set proficiency
with each of seven weapon-types, and these proficiencies are ranked by the
following system from lowest to highest; E, D, C, B, A, and S. However, each
one of those ranks has an invisible ranking within it, so even if two
characters have, say "S" rank in swords, one character may gain 30 points
per use, while the other may only gain 26. I've included not only the letter
rank of each weapon for each humanoid, but also each numerical value within
that rank.

It is important to note that a DLC character, once downloaded to the PSP,
does not immediately appear in your party's roster. First off, to purchase
a item, you must access the PSN shop from the PSP's "desktop." Just select
the PSN store icon from here. From there, you'll select the Disgaea 2 icon,
and finally, you'll need to select the month from which you'd like to choose
a DLC item from. Once you select that character, you'll confirm the payment
details, and then the download will initiate. You'll get a progress bar
detailing how far in completion the download is. Once the download is
complete, the DLC item you have chosen will automatically install itself.
You can then repeat the process for more items, or exit out of the PSN store.

When you return to the game from doing the above, you'll need to talk to the
Dimensional gatekeeper. Enter, and you should see a new area has unlocked.
Enter it and you will get a scene where Adell, Rozalin, and Hanako summon
the new character. If it is a character you payed money for, you will have to
fight that character in battle. Once you defeat them, there will be another
short scene, and the character will join. You should also note that any
characters you do not pay for (Such as Pleinar and Miabel) you do not have to
fight; they will join directly after a short scene. For the characters you
do fight, the battlefield will always be Holt Village. Keep in mind that each
DLC character will join you at level 100.

One final note: A few DLC characters actually have scenes between each other
once you have purchased one or the other. For instance, buying Almaz, and
then Sapphire will result in a scene between the two and vice versa. Same
thing for Ash and Marona. Dark Eclair and Prier also have a scene, should
you happen to have already recruited Prier through the normal in-game
methods.

Once you start looking through the character specific attack skills, it will
list the stat the skill is based off of. It will also detail the range with:

() = Caster or Executing unit
[] = Panels that fall in attack range
{} = Empty spaces (if the attack is free-range. You can attack any panel in
     this range)

........................................
Characters Available: May 2009 (Japan):
........................................

Pleinair
Almaz
Sapphire


PLEINAIR:

Pleinair isn't really "native" to any game, but rather something of a mascot
of Takehito Harada, who has been the main-stay character designer for most of
Nippon Ichi's various SRPGs. She has popped up in various places as a cameo,
such as being the Dark Assembly attendant in the original Disgaea, as well
as appearing in various background scenes in Phantom Brave. She and her
stuffed bunny, Usagi, also appeared as newscasters in Disgaea 2. Since then,
she's been a playable character in Disgaea DS, Disgaea 3, and here again in
Disgaea 2 PSP.

|---------------|
| Price:  FREE  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                          Pleinair (Sex: F)                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Mascot                               |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |  Gun   |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    C    |    C    |    C    |    B    |   S    |    C    |    A    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   10    |    14   |    14   |   18    |   26   |   12    |   20    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      5     |     30      |      1      |     4     |       5       |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   18   |   16   |   14  |   10   |   16  |  10   |   20  |   24    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  100%  |  100%  |  90%  |   80%  | 100%  | 100%  | 130%  |  150%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| If you move after attacking,     |                                 |
| move range +3.                   |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Decide (HIT):

  []
[]()[]
  []

Usa Rush (HIT):

[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
()

Usagi and Sharks (HIT):

[]
()


Notes: Everyone's favorite mascot is clearly best in SPD and HIT, making her
a great gun user, and extremely apt at doging enemy attacks. Her other
statistical areas aren't overly impressive, but Pleinair is one of those
units who can get in, attack, and get out quickly. Her high hit and dodge
rates are amplified by her character special allowing her to be a nice hit-
and-run unit.


ALMAZ:

Almaz first appeared in Disgaea 3 as one of the main story characters. Truth
be told, having not played Disgaea 3, I am not super familiar with him or
Sapphire. My understanding of this character is that he is something of a
poor/unfortunate hero who really can't get a break, and Sapphire is his ideal
woman/heroine. Counting the three Disgaea 3 characters that appear in D2 PSP,
we get five total D3 characters, recreating nearly the entire main cast of
that game.

|-----------------|
| Price: 200 Yen  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                           Almaz (Sex: M)                           |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Newly Married Hero                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    B    |    A    |    A    |    A    |    A   |    B    |    D    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    16   |   24    |    24   |   20    |   20   |    16   |    7    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      5     |     25      |      2      |     5     |      5        |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   27   |   10   |   20  |   20   |   10  |   10  |   16  |   14    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  120%  |  100%  | 120%  |  120%  |  80%  |  90%  | 120%  |  100%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Deal more damage with non-       |                                 |
| elemental attacks.               |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|


Skills:

Rotating Sword Dance (ATK):

     []
   {}{}{}
 {}{}(){}{}
   {}{}{}
     {}

Flashing Cross Run (ATK):

[]



()

P-Burgundy (ATK): 

[]  []  []
  [][][]
    []
    ()

Notes: Almaz is one of those types of characters that can probably best be
described as a "Jack of all trades, but a master of none." There's really
nothing particularly bad about him at all, but there isn't anything
particularly spectacular about him either. His aptitudes and stats, while not
outstanding, are certainly better than average. He also has pretty nice
weapon proficiencies all across the board, although he doesn't really stand
out in any one area there, either. He's a nice addition to the group, but
he won't win any awards for greatness.


SAPPHIRE:

Sapphire is the second Disgaea 3 character available, and the fifth
character from that game that appears (in some form) in Disgaea 2 PSP.

|-------------------------|
| Price: (Japan) 200 Yen  |
| Price: (NA)    FREE     |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                          Sapphire (Sex: F)                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Newly Married Queen                        |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    C    |    B    |    B    |    A    |    A   |    A    |    A    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   10    |    16   |    16   |    24   |   24   |    24   |   24    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      5     |     20      |      1      |     4     |      5        |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   22   |   14   |  16   |   13   |   12  |  18   |   20  |   16    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  110%  |  110%  | 120%  |  100%  |  100% | 120%  |  130% |  120%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Adjacent allies gain +1 panels   |                                 |
| to magic range.                  |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Butterfly of the Holy Maiden (ATK):

[]
[]
[]
()

Windy Moonlight Dance (ATK):

[]
()

S-Splash (ATK):

         []  []
           []
         []{}[]
       {}{}{}{}{}
     {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
   {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}
 {}{}{}{}{}(){}{}{}{}{}
   {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}
     {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
       {}{}{}{}{}
         {}{}{}
           {}


Notes: Sapphire is bit like Almaz in the fact that, all across the board, she
is pretty decent in every area, and with every weapon-type. Her highest
weapon proficiency is only "A," but she's got four of them, and gains the
highest amount of points that any unit can receive with an A rank in all four
of those weapons. She also boasts what is (in my opinion) the best average
aptitudes of all five Disgaea 3 characters that appear in Disgaea 2 PSP. Mao
has two or three aptitudes that hit 130%, but all of his others are around
100%-110%. Her character special is ok, depending on how religiously you
count on magic users, but otherwise Sapphire is a nice, well-rounded
character.

.........................................
Characters Available: June 2009 (Japan):
.........................................

Gig
Dark Eclair


GIG:

Gig first appeared in Soul Cradle/Soul Nomad and the World Eaters. He was
some sort of wise-cracking God of destruction who had been sealed inside of
a cursed sword. Gig was also available in Disgaea 3 as a DLC character, and
although he is mostly the same, his attacks are a bit tweaked, and he has a
different special ability than the ones found in D3.

|-----------------|
| Price: 200 Yen  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                            Gig (Sex: M)                            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         God of Destruction                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    -    |    -    |    -    |    -    |    -   |    -    |    -    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    -    |    -    |    -    |    -    |    -   |    -    |    -    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      4     |     25      |      4      |     4     |       5       |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   22   |   16   |   25  |   12   |   12  |   16  |  15   |   18    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  130%  |  100%  | 140%  |  100%  | 100%  | 100%  |  100% |  120%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Gain +2 turns in battle when     |  +1 turn for every 10 lovers.   |
| in Magichange form.              |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                      Magichange Type:  Sword                       |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Bye Bye~! (ATK):

[]



()

See My POWER! (ATK):

[]
[]
[]
()

You'll Regret That! (ATK):

  [][][]
  [][][]
  [][][]
{}{}(){}{}
  {}{}{}
    {}

Magichange Skills:


Sky Strike (ATK):

  []
[][][]
  []
  ()


God's Murderous Laughter/Demon Blast (ATK):

        []
        {}
        {}
        {}
{}{}{}{}(){}{}{}{}
        {}
        {}
        {}
        {}

Notes: Gig has a lot of really unique things associated with him. For one,
of all the DLC characters, Gig is the ONLY monster-type. Next, he is probably
the best choice for Magichange out of all monster types for a couple reasons:
his Magichange-type is sword, which gives you access to what is probably the
most versatile skillset in the entire game, and once you figure in all
possible ways to increase Magichange turns, Gig will end up with a whopping
seven turns that he can exist in battle as a Magichange weapon. This is
incredible, considering the fact that most monsters only last between two and
three turns. He also boasts some really nice aptitudes, especially his ATK.
He also has a 3x3 area skill, which means that leveling him up on his own is
incredibly easy. And finally, Gig has the "Fly" ability, similar to characters
like Tink, and Winged Warriors. This means he is very useful in item world
situations where several enemies or other obstacles are in your way. He can
simply move right through those.


DARK ECLAIR:

Appeared in La Pucelle, alongside a number of characters including Prier (who
also appears in Disgaea 2 PSP as a playable character.) Eclair was the
Princess of Paprika and supposed to be queen. She has two distinct
personalities, with her "dark" persona coming out in battle, even being its
own entity here.

|-----------------|
| Price: 200 Yen  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                        Dark Eclair (Sex: F)                        |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Princess of Paprika                        |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    B    |    S    |    A    |    C    |    C   |    A    |    B    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   15    |   26    |    20   |    10   |   10   |   24    |   14    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      4     |     20      |      2      |     4     |      3        |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   20   |   18   |   23  |   20   |  14   |  12   |   16  |   14    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  110%  |  120%  | 140%  |  110%  |  100% |  90%  | 100%  |   80%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| All attacks gain "Star" element  |                                 |
| properties.                      |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Omega Lance (ATK):

      []
    {}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}
{}{}{}(){}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}
    {}{}{}
      {}

Plasma Ball (ATK)

  []
[][][]
  []

  ()

Dance of Darkened Shadows (ATK):

[]
()

Notes: Dark Eclair is fairly similar to Ash (although he has a considerably
more useful character special) in that they both make great melee fighters.
She and Ash both share a now game-highest 140% ATK aptitude among humanoids,
and she too makes a great sword or axe user. Although it's useful in pretty
rare situations, her character special makes almost no sense, and seems
almost worthless. One of the shining spots of Dark Eclair is that she is
one of the few units in all of the game that needs the least amount of
experience to level up. This means you can pretty quickly go from "getting
her" to "making her extremely powerful."


.........................................
Characters Available: July 2009 (Japan):
.........................................


Marona
Ash

MARONA:

Marona first appeared alongside Ash in Phantom Brave. This game had a
surprisingly deep story, and you couldn't help but feel bad for the little
girl who was sort of lost in the flow of things, and who's only friends were
ghosts, phantoms, and eventually, a crippled girl in a wheelchair. Marona
also appeared as a secret character in Disgaea 3, as she is one of the few
characters who really hasn't been cycled around as a usable character in many
other Nippon Ichi games.

|-----------------|
| Price: 200 Yen  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                           Marona (Sex: F)                          |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Chroma                               |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    C    |    C    |    C    |    C    |    B   |    B    |    S    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   10    |   12    |   12    |    12   |   16   |    16   |   26    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      4     |     20      |      0      |     3     |       5       |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   18   |   20   |   10  |   10   |  22   |  22   |   14  |   14    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  100%  |  130%  | 110%  |  110%  | 140%  | 140%  | 120%  |  120%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| The more you magichange, the     |                                 |
| more your stats will increase.   |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Confine (INT):

[][][]

  ()


Phantom Sprit Attack! (ATK):

        []  []
          []
        []{}[]
      {}{}{}{}{}
    {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}
{}{}{}{}{}(){}{}{}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}
    {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
      {}{}{}{}{}
        {}{}{}
          {}


Chartruse (INT):

        []
      [][][]
      {}[]{}
    {}{}{}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
{}{}{}{}(){}{}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
    {}{}{}{}{}
      {}{}{}
        {}


Notes:

Marona has some pretty beastly aptitudes that put a lot of other characters
to shame. I mean come on, they're being beat out by a little girl. Her
weapon masteries are a bit on the average side, but considering the fact that
she's best off with staves, she has the highest aptitudes in the two areas
that really matter to a staff-user (INT and RES). Her other aptitudes are
pretty nice as well. She also has the added benefit of gaining additional
stats when wielding a Magichanged monster as an equipped weapon. She is
definitely a worthwhile character to use for her aptitudes and character
special, should you happen to be a person who has a particular interest in
magichange weapons.


ASH:

Ash appeared along with Marona in Phantom Brave. Ash was an unfortunate soul
who lingered on in the world of Ivoire as a phantom in between the planes of
the living and the dead. He swore to Marona's parents that he would protect
her in this state, and she could call him forth whenever she needed aid.
Interestingly, this is the first time Ash has ever appeared as a playable
character in any game other than Phantom Brave, so it's worth getting him for
the novelty and uniqueness alone...Although his power is anything but a
novelty...

|----------------|
| Price: 200 Yen |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                            Ash (Sex: M)                            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                              Phantom                               |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    B    |    S    |    A    |    B    |    B   |    A    |    C    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    18   |    26   |    20   |    18   |   18   |    22   |   12    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      5     |     25      |      1      |     5     |       5       |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   24   |   12   |   26  |   20   |  12   |   10  |   14  |   12    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  100%  |  100%  | 140%  |  110%  | 100%  | 100%  | 130%  |   90%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| On final turn of Magichange,     |                                 |
| attack power x2.                 |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Infinity Slash (ATK):

        []
        {}
        {}
        {}
{}{}{}{}(){}{}{}{}
        {}
        {}
        {}
        {}

Water Dragon's Power! (ATK):

        []
      [][][]
        []
        {}
  {}{}{}(){}{}{}
        {}
        {}
        {}

Rising Dragon Slash (ATK):

[]
()

Notes: Along with Dark Eclair, Ash stands at the top-of-the-mountain as the
humanoid units with the highest ATK aptitudes, making him very much worth
adding to your army. The rest of his aptitudes are a bit average, except for
his nice HIT value, making Ash a monster of a sword or axe user. His special
attack also allows for a lot of interesting possibilites, should you be of the
type of person who relishes dealing top-tier damage. His character special
might seem a bit vague at first, but it should be pointed out that it isn't
his ATK stat that is doubled, nor is it his final damage. It is actually his
base damage modifier that is doubled. So, instead of dealing 100% damage on
the final turn, he deals 200% damage. Ash is a must-have addition to your
front lines as a very able melee fighter.


...........................................
Characters Available: August 2009 (Japan):
...........................................

Pram
Miabel


PRAM:

Pram is one of the main characters who appeared in Phantom Kingdom/Makai
Kingdom. She was the supposed "Oracle" who foresaw the future, and warned
Zetta that his netherworld would be destroyed. Truly, she is proof that
Overlords can be back-stabbing liars, and decieve everyone around them to
get what they want.

|----------------|
| Price: 200 Yen |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                           Pram (Sex: F)                            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Oracle                               |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    D    |    C    |    C    |    A    |    B   |    C    |    S    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    8    |   12    |   12    |   24    |   16   |    10   |    28   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      4     |     15      |      1      |     3     |       5       |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   14   |   20   |   14  |   10   |   26  |  15   |   16  |   14    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  90%   |  150%  | 100%  |   80%  | 150%  | 100%  | 110%  |  110%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| When attacked with magic, INT    |  +1% per every 5 Lovers.        |
| increases by 5%.                 |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Ice Wall (INT):

[]
[]
()

Frost Chain (INT):

        []
      [][][]
      {}[]{}
    {}{}{}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
{}{}{}{}(){}{}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}{}{}
    {}{}{}{}{}
      {}{}{}
        {}

Ice Dance-Absolute Zero (INT):

  []
[][][]
  []
  ()

Notes: Pram is one of those characters who is great in one clear area, but
pretty average in all the rest. The most obvious thing about her are those
150% aptitudes in both SP and INT, making her one of only four units in the
entire game to have an aptitude at 150%, and the ONLY unit to have two
aptitudes that high. Her skills are all based on INT, and ice-elemental, so
it really makes sense to supplement that by teaching her ice spells, and
putting her to work as an extremely able mage-type. Her character special is
kind of neat, but if you're the type of person who is going to be trying for
high or max-stat builds, it eventually loses its luster.


MIABEL:

Miabel is an adorable little girl from the soon-to-be released "Princess
Antiphona's Hymn: Angel's Score OP, a strange game revolving around using
song as ways of fighting the enemy. This game is actually connected to Nippon
Ichi's early Marl Kingdom games.

|---------------|
| Price:  FREE  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                          Miabel (Sex: F)                           |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                                                                    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    D    |    C    |    C    |    B    |    B   |    C    |    A    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    8    |    10   |    14   |    18   |   16   |    10   |   24    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      5     |      15     |      0      |     3     |      5        |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   18   |   16   |   8   |   20   |   12  |   24  |  12   |   14    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   90%  |  120%  |  80%  |  110%  | 100%  | 130%  | 100%  |  110%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| All allied units on the same map |  +1% for every 5 lovers.        |
| as Miabel gain +5% to all stats. |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Group attack! (ATK):

  []
[][][]
  []

  ()

Giant Flan (ATK):

      []
    [][][]
    {}[]{}
  {}{}{}{}{}
{}{}{}(){}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}
    {}{}{}
      {}

Love Sky (ATK):

[]
()

Notes: Miabel is probably the most confounding character of all of the DLCs.
Most of the characters have it pretty clear-cut as to what they are the
"best" in. Either they have high INT aptitudes and stats, and are geared
around magic, or they have high ATK aptitudes, and are geared around melee,
or what have you, but Miabel just doesn't work that way. For one, her
aptitudes really aren't terrible (although her physical stats aren't
particularly impressive) with her highest being 130% RES. She has the highest
weapon proficiency in the staff, leading one to believe that she is probably
supposed to be a mage/healer hybrid, however her INT aptitude and stats don't
particularly stand out. What's more, all of her character specials are based
on ATK, which is her lowest statistical area. Just like any other character,
you can definitely make her apt in whatever area you want, it's just that she
takes a bit more finesse to do so. It is pretty clear that she is ultimately
best as a support unit, considering her character special, and her RES is so
high that you might do well to teach her the various tiers of the healing
spells.

.............................................
Characters Available: September 2009 (Japan)
.............................................


HANAKO (Humanoid):

Majin Hanako is the only character that appears as the September DLC.
She is the "reward," so to speak, for having downloaded all of the other
available DLC characters. This future version of child Hanako boasts very
high stats and abilites all around. The short scene before you get her has
all of the other DLC characters along with Adell and Rozalin trying to
figure out how to deal with such a tremendously powerful person. You also
get an obligatory scene where Tink appears and is pounded into the ground
by Majin Hanako. That pervert just can't get a break.

|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Price:  FREE  (Must have downloaded all other DLC characters)      |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                          Hanako (Sex: F)                           |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Class                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                               Majin                                |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                         Weapon Proficiency                         |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Fist   |  Sword  |  Spear  |   Bow   |   Gun  |   Axe   |  Staff  |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    A    |    C    |    C    |    A    |    S   |    C    |    A    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   20    |    14   |    14   |    24   |   28   |   14    |    20   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|    Move    |    Jump     |   Counter   |   Throw   |   Exp. Rate   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|      6     |     25      |      1      |     4     |       5       |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Base Stats                             |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   24   |   18   |   18  |   16   |   24  |   18  |   24  |   26    |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|                             Aptitudes                              |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   HP   |   SP   |  ATK  |   DEF  |  INT  |  RES  |  HIT  |   SPD   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  110%  |  130%  | 120%  |  110%  | 120%  | 120%  | 130%  |  140%   |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Character Special          |          Lover Bonus            |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Adjacent Ally males gain +20% to |     +1% for every lover.        |
| stats. Nearby enemies -20% stats |                                 |
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Skills:

Gelatin Rope (ATK):

[][][]
  []
  ()

Pot Vacuum (ATK):

          []
          {}
          {}
          {}
          {}
{}{}{}{}{}(){}{}{}{}{}
          {}
          {}
          {}
          {}
          {}

Sexy Beam (ATK):

      []
    [][][]
    {}[]{}
  {}{}{}{}{}
{}{}{}(){}{}{}
  {}{}{}{}{}
    {}{}{}
      {}


Notes: There is a lot to say about this character. For one, she is a humanoid
version of the child, monster-form Hanako. However, before you compare her to
Asagi (who is available in-game, and can switch between humanoid and monster
form) You can have both monster and humanoid Hanako in your roster at the
same time. Taking a look at her, she is quite impressive all across the board.
High base stats, very high aptitudes (nothing below 110% even...) even
relatively high weapon proficiencies across the board. She's all around
everything you might expect from a powerful, future Hanako. Her character
special is really nothing new, several other units do similar things, but
since it affects both certain allies and any enemies surrounding her, she
can affect a lot of people at once.


============================
V.) Character BGM Downloads
============================

One of the new additions to Dark Hero Days is the music shop. Through
playing the game normally you'll notice a new Succubus NPC hanging out in
Holt Village. She also appears in the item world and allows you to
buy new songs, as well as set any BGM you buy or unlock as the Item World
BGM. When you get new DLC characters, you'll also unlock new songs that can
be used as well. These songs generally come from the origin game of that
character. Keep in mind that you must find the Succubus in a mystery portal
in the item world to buy each of these individual songs before you can use
and/or listen to them. Once you do, they can also be set as your item world
music, just like any other track. These songs cost one 1,000,000,000 HL each
in the shop.

Almaz:

Extra BGM 1: Does Al Go, Too?
Extra BGM 2: Dead End

Sapphire:

Extra BGM 3: Modern Times
Extra BGM 4: Cosmic Rays

Dark Eclair:

Extra BGM 5: Grand Paprika
Extra BGM 6: Crazy Pianist

Gig:

Extra BGM 7: Desperado
Extra BGM 8: Rock' n Rocks

Ash:

Extra BGM 9: My Little Garden
Extra BGM 10: Game Breaker ~Arranged Version

Pram:

Extra BGM 11: Demons Party
Extra BGM 12: Burning Fighting Spirit

Marona:

Extra BGM 13: Evil Academy Recruitment Song
Extra BGM 14: Wood Stick

Pleinair:

Extra BGM 15: At the End of Heated Emotion
Extra BGM 16: News no. 3

Miabel:

Extra BGM 17: Miabel's Theme no. 1
Extra BGM 18: Miabel's Theme no. 2


===============================
VI.) Frequently Asked Questions
===============================

This section is going to attempt to answer some of the questions that
frequently come up on the various forums. I feel that it's nice to have some
of these questions and answers all in one place for easy access to people
looking for this information.


Q: What is DLC?
A: DLC (Or Downloadable Content), as mentioned a few times throughout this
   guide, is any additional content that can be bought and downloaded through
   the PSN (Playstation Network) store. Once purchased, these features can be
   used in-game, just like any other content that is already within the
   existing game.

Q: How much is DLC?
A: In Japan, it is 200 Yen per character. This equates to roughly $2 in USD,
   but if we go off of how DLC was handled in Disgaea 3, each character will
   probably be $1.99 once the DLC starts becoming available in the US.

Q: Will any DLC be free?
A: So far for the Japanese version, all Kuro and Toro content is free. Also,
   three characters have been available for free; Pleinair, Miabel, and Majin
   Hanako. (although the latter requires that you have all other DLC
   characters already unlocked. You just don't need to pay for her once you
   download her.)

Q: What about in the US? I've heard Sapphire is supposed to be free.
A: Sapphire is apparently being released for free in the US. She will be the
   first DLC character available, and is being offered free as an apology
   for....

Q: Why do I get an error message that my game can't access DLC?
A: What this message means, from what I understand, is that the game searches
   for DLC on your PSP. It doesn't find any, so the game displays this error
   message. Again, do not worry as nothing bad will happen if you receive
   this message. NISA is aware of it, and in an apologetic move, they are
   offering the Sapphire DLC character for free. Once you have DLC on your
   PSP and loaded into your file, this message should no longer display.

Q: My friends and I want the DLC, but we don't all want to have to pay for it.
   Can I download it, and share it with my friends for free?
A: No. DLC doesn't work that way. I'm not entirely sure how it works, but
   when you download one of these files, it is somehow "anchored" to either
   your PSP system or the memory stick you are currently using. If you try to
   trasfer files that contain DLC characters to another PSP, any DLC content
   on those files will not work, and you will get the above error message.

Q: I have the English version, but don't want to wait until the English DLC
   comes out. Can I use the Japanese DLC in the English version?
A: No. DLC is region-specific.

Q: When will DLC begin being released in the United States?
A: NISA has stated that the first DLC character will be Sapphire (as stated)
   and is supposed to be released on November 25th, 2009. No word on whether
   or not she will be the only character available that day, or if others
   will be available as well, though. And once again, she will be free.

Q: I'm trying to get into the PSN store, but I just get an error. Help!
A: Any time you download something, you MUST have the most recent firmware
   update. There's no way around this. The PSN is really picky about this, so
   for people who like CFW are probably going to find this increasingly
   annoying. It's even annoying when you're using official firmware, because
   sometimes updates get released with a few days of eachother. I personally
   had to update my official firmware three times in the course of two days
   just to be able to get into the PSN store. This is most likely the case if
   you run into an error.

Q: I don't want to have to/can't use a credit card to pay for DLC. Can I pay
   in some other way?
A: Yes. The PSN has a system of cards you can buy that is preloaded with
   money. English region PSN cards are very easy to come by. You can simply
   go into a place like Gamestop, Gamecrazy, Toys R US, or various other
   retail stores and buy a PSN card. The amount you pay is the amount you
   get in PSN credit. So to buy a $20 PSN card, you'd obviously pay $20.

   For other regions, it is a little different. To buy and download Japanese
   DLC, for instance, you'd need a Japanese PSN account, and you'd need to
   buy Japanese PSN cards. These work in similar ways to the English version
   cards, it's just that they're not as available as you can probably guess.
   Some stores like ncsx.com sell the Japanese cards which are preloaded with
   Yen. You can also find Japanese cards on ebay pretty easily by looking
   around there. Keep in mind that you're going to pay extra for cards that
   are not of your region. There's no easy way for you to get a card from that
   region, so to get one, the seller needs to do the footwork of paying for,
   activating, and sending the cards out, so they usually charge additional
   fees. A 1000 yen card (which is the smallest that I've come across) is
   only about $10 worth of money, however, depending on the seller, one of
   these cards will probably cost you about $16-$20.

Q: Is it possible to just hack/cheat/etc the characters into my part?
A: The data for the DLC characters exists on the game UMD. However, this is
   only a SMALL part of their data. The characters are incomplete as they
   exist on disk, meaning that they cause the game to freeze, have incomplete
   animations, and generally have done nothing but cause problems for people
   who have tried to get them this way.

Q: If Majin Hanako is the complete download, is anything else going to be
   available for DLC?
A: As it stands, no one really knows. I would assume that "complete" download
   would mean this is the end, but according to sources and lists that were
   released before the game came out, there should be more characters.
   However, all of the characters that were found to exist on the disk as
   incomplete data have now all be released, so we won't know until the end
   of October if there is more DLC content or not.

Q: About how much memory does each DLC item use?
A: Each DLC item is roughly 6200 KB, so slightly over 6 megs for each
   individual character.


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VII.) THANKS
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To Shen54, for some missing bits of info on Pleinair.

To Artscrafter for some of the missing music data and song prices.

To Nippon Ichi for giving us these great games, and listening to the fans
as far as what characters they wanted for DLC.

Gamefaqs, as always, for allowing users to contribute, and continually being
one of the most informative and comprehensive game sites around.
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VIII.) LEGAL STUFFS
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