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The Kingdom of Romaria is a castletown located in the overworld of Dragon Quest III.

It is one of the first locations visited, shortly after completing the Path of Promise.


Romaria is a typical castletown which features a king who can save the game. It is the first location in a Dragon Quest game which features a Monster Arena where the player can gamble on enemy monster battles.

Golden Crown Subquest[]

Romaria is the focal point of the King's crown subquest. Upon first arrival, the king will request the heroes retrieve his stolen crown from a group of bandits. These bandits are Robbin' 'ood and his henchmen who are headquartered in the nearby Skyfell Tower. By defeating Robbin' 'ood, the heroes can return the crown to the king. Subsequently, the king will make the Hero, king/queen of Romaria. However, in order to continue the quest, the Hero must find and speak with the former king in the Monster Arena and express his desire to resign the throne.

Nearby monsters[]

Weapon/Armor shop[]

Item shop[]

Locked doors[]

In Romaria, there is a door behind the Innkeeper upon which none of the keys, the Thief's one, the Magic one nor the Ultimate key, work; instead this door can only be opened under very specific circumstances: the door opens only if the Hero is female and it is approached during the brief period of time where the Heroine has been bestowed the title of Queen by the despodent king. Once spoken to, the innkeeper will let the Heroine rest at the inn for free and a scene will play out of the innkeeper scrambling to dress up the room and make it fit for royalty.

This scene can only be seen once, as the innkeeper will later state that in all his twenty years of business he has never felt prouder when spoken to again.


Other notable attributes[]

   Save icon    This is a location where the game can be saved.


  • The name Romaly comes from the city of Rome in real world Italy. Romaly is located in the same corresponding location on the world map in Dragon Quest III.
  • The name Romaria sounds familiar to the real life country of Romania.

Other languages[]

Other languages
French Romaria
German Romaria
Spanish Romaria
Italian Romaria
Dutch Unknown
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