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Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen (ドラゴンクエストIV 導かれし者たち lit. "Dragon Quest IV: The People Who Are Shown the Way"), known in PAL regions as Dragon Quest: The Chapters of the Chosen and originally released as Dragon Warrior IV in North America, is the fourth installment of the Dragon Quest series. Originally released for the NES/Famicom in 1990, it was later remade for the PlayStation and Nintendo DS. It is the first entry in the Zenithia trilogy.


NES version[]

As the Legend of Erdrick slips into the past, it's time to begin anew.

Fulfill a prophesy.

Is this your destiny?

DS version[]

The legend of Zenithia starts here


Dragon Quest IV had a unique way of advancing the story. It was split into five chapters. The first four chapters were told from the perspective of the hero's future companions. The fifth chapter was the hero's quest. During that quest, you would meet with and join with the companions whose stories were told in earlier chapters. Then, with a full cast of companions the group would begin their journey to save the world. Remakes add a sixth chapter, available after completing the storyline.

The storyline of Dragon Quest IV does not relate to the storyline of Dragon Quest I, II, and III.

Dragon Quest IV introduced several new features over the first three titles. The new chapter-based story telling system was one of them. Also the inclusion of the, now common, casino. In addition, there were party member artificial intelligence options, which allows the player to give strategies to his party while still directly controlling the hero character. Finally, the wagon which allowed extra characters to wait and be exchanged during battle if needed.


Changes in the DS version[]

  • A sixth chapter was added.
  • An Immigrant Town was added, similar to Sim's Town in Dragon Quest VII.
  • Boomerangs were replaced by crossbows.
  • Instead of the liquid metal shield, the casino sells falcon swords.
  • After completing the game, a side-quest becomes available by which you can have Psaro join your party.
  • A new dungeon was added in the "after-game," along with a new Return Point. Completing this dungeon a certain number of times grants access to get Psaro's equipment.


Chapter 1: Ragnar McRyan and the Case of the Missing Children[]

Main article: Chapter 1

Ragnar McRyan, one of the soldiers in the royal palace of Burland, is sent by the king on a journey to find out why children are disappearing across the kingdom. He is accompanied by Healie.

Chapter 2: Alena and the Journey to the Tourney[]

Main article: Chapter 2

Alena, Tsarevna of Zamoksva, slips out of the castle in hopes of attending a tournament in the castle of Endor. She is accompanied by the priest Kiryl and the mage Borya.

Chapter 3: Torneko and the Extravagant Excavation[]

Main article: Chapter 3

Torneko lives in Lakanaba with his wife and son, and works part-time in the local weapon shop. He wants to become the best merchant in the world, so he leaves his hometown in search of profit.

Chapter 4: Meena and Maya and the Mahabala Mystery[]

Main article: Chapter 4

Maya the dancer and her younger sister Meena the fortune teller, have left Monbaraba in search of vengeance against Balzack, their father's traitorous apprentice.

Chapter 5: The Chosen[]

Main article: Chapter 5

The Hero has been brought up by the inhabitants of a remote and nameless mountain village. But Psaro and his legions destroy the village, leaving only the hero alive. The hero leaves in search of his seven companions, in the hopes of defeating Psaro and saving the world.

Chapter 6[]

Main article: Chapter 6

Chapter 6 is not part of the main storyline of the game and consists of post-game extra features. It was only included in remakes of Dragon Quest IV. Features of this chapter include a bonus dungeon and the ability to add Psaro as a member of the party after completing certain events.



Dragon Quest IV was remade for the PlayStation on November 22, 2001 in Japan. It was developed by Heartbeat and published by Enix. The remake was developed using Dragon Quest VII's 3D graphics engine, but was still Dragon Quest IV's story and world. With this remake came new features. Among these features were a new chapter, a new character, an inter-party talk command similar to Dragon Quest VII, and the ability to turn off the artificial intelligence for party members. Enix of America Corporation originally planned to bring the remake to North America in 2002, but it was later canceled due to Heartbeat closing its video game development operations.


Koichi Sugiyama composed the music and directed all the associated spinoffs. Here is the tracklisting of the Symphonic Suite:

  1. Overture (1:55)
  2. Minuet (3:07)
  3. Comrades (10:28)
  4. In a Town (8:16)
  5. Homeland ~ Wagon Wheels' March (5:58)
  6. Frightening Dungeons ~ Cursed Towers (5:19)
  7. Elegy ~ Mysterious Shrine (5:03)
  8. Balloon's Flight (4:32)
  9. Sea Breeze (4:31)
  10. The Unknown Castle (4:37)
  11. Battle for the Glory (7:51)
  12. The End (5:12)



Nintendo Entertainment System[]

Nintendo DS[]


Other languages[]

Other languages
French Dragon Quest: L'épopée de Élus
German Dragon Quest IV: Die Chronik der Erkorenen
Spanish Dragon Quest: Capítulos de los Elegidos
Italian Dragon Quest: Le cronache dei prescelti
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown

See also[]

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