Castle Trodain

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Castle Trodain
Castle Trodain as it appears in Itadaki Street DS
First appearance Official:
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (2004)
Crossover Installments:
Itadaki Street DS (2007)
Latest appearance Crossover Installments:
Fortune Street (2011)
Greater location Trodain
Ruler King Trode
Inhabitants Humans, Monsters
“Oh, what a beautiful castle! We could lay out some tables in the courtyard and have a buffet-style party.”
Patty, Fortune Street

Castle Trodain is the castle from the Dragon Quest series where King Trode and Princess Medea used to live but is now filled and surrounded by thorns.


Itadaki Street DS[edit]

Castle Trodain appears as a playable board in Itadaki Street DS. In Tour Mode, the player has to get at least 3rd place against Slime, Toad and Platypunk.

Fortune Street[edit]

Castle Trodain, as seen in Fortune Street

Castle Trodain is the smallest and simplest board in Fortune Street. In Easy and Standard rules, the board is a circle with a line through the middle, though easy rules has fewer squares. In Tour Mode, the player has to get at least 3rd place against Slime, Platypunk, and Princessa.


Type of square Number of squares
(Standard rules)
Number of squares
(Easy rules)
The Bank Square from Fortune Street
1 1
A Shop Square from Fortune Street
20 16
The Spade Square from Fortune Street
Spade suits
1 1
The Heart Square from Fortune Street
Heart suits
1 1
The Diamond Square from Fortune Street
Diamond suits
1 1
The Club Square from Fortune Street
Club suits
1 1
The Venture Square from Fortune Street
1 0
The Take-a-break Square from Fortune Street
1 0
The Vacant Lot Square from Fortune Street
Vacant plot
Varies 0
The Boon Square from Fortune Street
1 0
The Arcade Square from Fortune Street
1 1

Official description[edit]

  • Flag of USA.png "The tranquil domain of King Trode. ...Though the once pitiful sight of it cocooned in cursed vines is impressed on all our memories."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トロデーン城
Castle Trodain