Dragon Warrior Monsters, known as Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry's Wonderland (ドラゴンクエストモンスターズ テリーのワンダーランド, Doragon Kuesuto Monsutāzu: Terī no Wandārando?) in Japan, is the first video game in the Dragon Quest Monsters series. It was released in Japan by Enix on September 25, 1998, and co-published by Eidos Interactive in Europe in 1999 and in North America in 2000. It was the first Dragon Quest game to be released in Europe. It was released for the Game Boy Color before the console itself was released; however, the cartridge is backward compatible with the older Game Boy console in black-and-white color. The game was remade for the PlayStation as Dragon Quest Monsters 1+2. A mobile phone incarnation titled Dragon Quest Monsters i was released in Japan on January 28, 2002.
The game features the characters Terry and Milly from Dragon Quest VI when they were children, before the events in Dragon Quest VI. Dragon Warrior Monsters is often compared to the Pokémon series due to their similar gameplay. Critics set the games apart by noting the in-depth breeding system seen in this game.
Square Enix announced at the Tokyo Game Show in 2011 a re-release of the game for the Nintendo 3DS.
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to the grey monsters of the world,”
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“Opinion is not worth a rush;
In this altar-piece the knight,
Who grips his long spear so to push
That dragon through the fading light,
Loved the lady; and its plain
The half-dead dragon was her thought....”
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