Dragon Quest Builders 2 details Malroth

The suspiciously-named boy who lost his memory.

Square Enix has updated the official Japanese website for Dragon Quest Builders 2 with new information and screenshots of the recently introduced Malroth, a suspiciously-named boy who lost his memory that the protagonist encounters on the game’s Vacant Island setting.

Get the details below.

■ Characters

◆ Malroth

Dragon Quest Builders 2

A boy who lost his memory that the protagonist encounters on the Vacant Island. Other than his name, Malroth, he has lost all of his memories since coming to the Vacant Island. While he does not seem to have the ability to build, he is very good at fighting monsters and collecting materials.

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Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Using the power he possesses, Malroth will play a big role in battles and material collection.

Malroth will aid the hero as a relaible ally. In battle, he will fight monsters with powerful attacks, and when it comes to building, he will help collect materials using the power he possesses.

A Reliable Ally in Battle

—Malroth will fight alongside the protagonist. Create weapons and equip them to Malroth.

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—Malroth uses powerful attacks to defeat monsters. If you equip him with a powerful weapon, Malroth will play an even greater role.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

A Big Hand in Material Collection

—When the protagonist starts collecting materials, Malroth will lend a hand. Use the power of two to cover more ground.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

—While Malroth plays a big role in material collection, he is not good at building things himself.

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is in development for PlayStation 4 and Switch. A release date has yet to be announced. If you missed it last week, read up on the game’s protagonist and setting here.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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