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Charlock Castle (DracoLord's Castle, Zoma's Castle) is the name of the final dungeon in Dragon Quest and Dragon Quest III. It also appears as a dungeon in Dragon Quest II but is not vital to the plot of the game. It is located in the central area of Alefgard, across the water to the southeast of Tantegel.
Charlock Castle generally serves as a main hideout for evil enemies. This is slightly less true in Dragon Quest II, where it has been primarily abandoned.
Ruled by the Dragonlord.
Dragon Quest II
Mostly abandoned; inhabited by the Dragonlord's grandson.
Dragon Quest III
Ruled by Zoma.
Charlock Castle appeared in the episode "Three Men & A Dragon" where Mega Man and Lana found it which got themselves trap in a dungeon but they escaped.
Places of interest
The castle has a hidden staircase on the first floor which is the correct path to reach the innermost areas of the castle in both Dragon Quest and Dragon Quest III. This staircase is referred to by various NPCs in both Dragon Quest and Dragon Quest III. In order to find the stairs, the hero must search behind the thrones in the middle of the first floor. All other paths from the first floor lead to a neverending maze.
The castle in Dragon Quest III is notably larger than the castle in Dragon Quest (note that the events of Dragon Quest actually take place several hundred years after the events of Dragon Quest III). Overall, a majority of the floor layouts are nearly identical between the two games.
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