Carver

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This article is about the Dragon Quest character. For the real-life American historical figure seen in Mario's Time Machine, see George Washington Carver.

“Suit number two at last! Let’s keep rollin’, fellas!”
Carver, Fortune Street

Carver
Carver2 FS.png
Artwork of Carver from Fortune Street
Full name Carver (Hassan in Japan)
Species Human
First appearance Official:
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation (1995)
Crossover Installments:
Itadaki Street DS (2007)
Latest appearance Crossover Installments:
Fortune Street (2011)

Carver is a character from Dragon Quest VI and a playable character in Itadaki Street DS and its sequel Fortune Street. In the Dragon Quest series, Carver is a strong fighter who has trouble remembering his past. He would later find out he is from Port Haven and the son of a talented couple of carpenters.

History[edit]

Mario franchise[edit]

Itadaki Street DS[edit]

Hassan in Itadaki Street DS.

Carver makes his introduction into the Mario franchise through the Mario and Dragon Quest cross-over game Itadaki Street DS. He is featured as one of eleven playable Dragon Quest series characters in this game. Being a Japanese exclusive game, Itadaki Street DS refers to the character as Hassan.

Hassan Hair and Hassan's Clothings are collectible items that can be equipped on customizable characters.

Fortune Street[edit]

Carver reappears in the Wii sequel of Itadaki Street DS known as Fortune Street. He appears physically unchanged since his first appearance alongside Mario and friends.

Official profiles and statistics[edit]

Fortune Street[edit]

  • North American Official Site Bio: "Don't let this muscle-bound hulk's appearance deceive you. Carver is a gentle man. But can his carpentry skills build him a fortune on Fortune Street?"

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハッサン
Hassan
Literal translation
Spanish Ebanisto From "ebanistería" (Cabinetmaking), referring to his carpentry skills.