Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies[a] is a role-playing video game developed by Level-5 for the Nintendo DS.
You’re a Celestrian (a guardian angel in the Japanese version) who has to protect the village of Angel Falls (Wollo) at the beginning of the game. Your goal is to collect benevolence (sparkling aura), which will help the World Tree, Yggdrasil, bear fruits. When that happens, however, things are not happy-go-lucky. You lose your wings and have to embark on a journey to reclaim your Celetrian features by hunting down the missing figs (Goddess’s fruit). And if you do collect all the fyggs, you will get the chance to see the fate of the land of God itself!
The reason for this score is that while addicting for each element of its features, it gets a little repetitive, not as repetitive as Final Fantasy X’s combat system, but that may have been a majority of its charm on the combat side of things. The items that is for alchemy would more than bring a light chuckle/giggle to a child’s face, such as using cow patties to make a mysterious potion. Yes, you read that right, one of the ingredients in item making is Cow feces. Other items can be made and add further depth to the post-game, including grotto clearing, Legacy boss beating, and the pure joy of level grinding.