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Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes
LoH1 Boxart
ドラゴンスレイヤー英雄伝説
Doragon Sureiyaa Eiyuu Densetsu
Developer(s) Nihon Falcom Corporation [PC88][PC98][FM][MSX][Win]
Hudson Soft [PCE]
EPOCH [SFC]
SPS [X68K]
Sega Falcom [MD]
GMF [PS][SS]
Publisher(s) Nihon Falcom Corporation [PC88][PC98][FM][MSX][Win]
Hudson Soft [PCE]
EPOCH [SFC]
SPS [X68K]
Sega Falcom [MD]
T-ZONE [PS][SS]
Release NEC PC-8801: December 10, 1989 Flag of Japan
NEC PC-9801: 1990 Flag of Japan
FM TOWNS: 1990 Flag of Japan
MSX: August 7, 1990 Flag of Japan
TurboGrafx-CD:
December 25, 1991 Flag of Japan , 1992 Flag of USA
Super Famicom: February 14, 1992 Flag of Japan
Megadrive: September 16, 1994 Flag of Japan
Sharp X680000: 1993 Flag of Japan
Windows: April 25, 1997 Flag of Japan
Playstation: June 25, 1998 Flag of Japan
Sega Saturn: September 23, 1998 Flag of Japan
Genre Role-playing game
Modes Single player
Platform(s) NEC PC-8801
NEC PC-9801
FM TOWNS
MSX 2
TurboGrafx-CD
Super Famicom Super Famicom logo
Sharp X680000
Mega Drive Sega mega drive logo
Satellaview
Microsoft Windows Windows newlogo
Playstation Playstation-logo-colour
Sega Saturn Sega-saturn logo
Virtual Console
Media Floppy Disk [PC88][PC98][FM][MSX][X68K]
CD-ROM [PCE][PS][SS][Win]
ROM Cartridge [SFC][MD]
Chronology
Previous N/A
Next Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II
External Links
Official Page (PC-9801)
Official Page (PC-8801)
Official Page (MSX 2)
Official Page (Mega Drive)

Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes is a role-playing game developed by the Nihon Falcom Corporation. It is the sixth game in the Dragon Slayer line of games, and the first in the Legend of Heroes series.

It was originally released in 1989 for the NEC PC-8801. Within the next few years, it would also be ported to the TurboGrafx-16. The PC Engine version was released in the United States for the TurboGrafx-16; it would be the only game in the series released in the US until the PSP remake of The Legend of Heroes IV: A Tear of Vermillion.

In 1995, a version of the game was broadcast exclusively for Japanese markets via the Super Famicom's Satellaview subunit under the name BS Dragon Slayer Eiyu Densetsu.

In 1998, a remake of The Legend of Heroes was bundled with a remake of Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes II, and released for both the PlayStation and the Sega Saturn.

CharactersEdit

  • Sirius - The 15 year old prince of the Faaren Kingdom and main protagonist of the game.
  • Ryunan - A 32 year-old monk who joins the resistance against Akudam. His real identity is Erion, the third crown prince of the Ranura Kingdom.
  • Ro - A 22 year old man who specializes in fire magic.
  • Gale -  The 26 year old grandson of the great pirate Gale, and 3rd generation to his name. He ran away from home to avoid taking up his grandfather's legacy.
  • Sonia - Aron's 20 year-old granddaughter
  • Tina -  The 15-year old princess of the Soldis Kingdom, and Sirius fiancee.
  • Akudam - The main antagonist.
  • Felicia - The queen of the Farleen Kindom
  • Rias - Sirius's foster patent.
  • Aron - Rais's older brother, and leader of the resistance
  • Pom -  An adventurer
  • Poward - A pirate captain who is friends with Gale.
  • Barbara -  An elderlyh woman who works at Ranura Kingdom's annual Dragon Festival.
  • Harry - An inventor
  • Ralph - An archaeologist who is actually the son of the great pirate Gale.
  • Hans - President of the Moreston Republic.

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