◆ Materials Island
Gather materials on Materials Island! You can even explore with your friends in multiplayer!
In addition to Monzola Island and Occulm Island, where players will visit in search of building knowledge and friends, there are various other islands surrounding Vacant Island. On a small island called “Materials Island,” players can gather lots of building materials, including valuable ores and rare flower seeds. Furthermore, by finding a lot of materials, frequently used materials such as wood and string will become available for unlimited use on the workbench.
—Find rare materials on Materials Island.
–Discover veins of valuable ores! Gather up a lot and bring them back to Vacant Island.
—Register the materials you discover. By completing lists, frequently used materials such as wood and string can be used as much as you would like on the workbench!
—Gather materials with friends in multiplayer!
Try to Find the Builders 100 Landscapes
Somewhere on Materials Island is a special spot called “Builders 100 Landscapes.” These are works contributed by players selected from an official contest held for the original Dragon Quest Builders. This spot is quite wonderful, so be sure to look for it.
◆ Evolved Building, Part 4
New blocks and furniture appear one after another! There are infinite ways to use them!
Many new blocks and furniture that stimulate ideas for building will appear. This includes the “Magne Block,” which moves in response to installed magnets, the “Trampoline,” which can be used as an athletic course mechanic, and more.
—If there are Magne Blocks moving in response to magnets, you can create a moving platform!
—Jump high with the Trampoline!
—Use the “Launch Battery” to launch fireworks into the night sky!
—Various furniture that can display messages will appear, such as the “Exhibition Sign” that can be used to introduce your creations.
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