Ghost Ship

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This article is about the game board from Fortune Street. For the level from Super Mario World, see Sunken Ghost Ship.
Ghost Ship
The Ghost Ship as it appears in Fortune Street
First appearance Official:
Dragon Quest III (1991)
Crossover Installments:
Itadaki Street DS (2007)
Latest appearance Crossover Installments:
Fortune Street (2011)
Inhabitants Ghosts, Monsters
“This place is falling apart! Hey, you rotten ship! Don't even THINK about sinking while I'm on board!”
Waluigi, Fortune Street

The Ghost Ship is a run down old ship from the Dragon Quest series first appearing in Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation. It appears as a board in the games Itadaki Street DS and Fortune Street.


Itadaki Street DS[edit]

The Ghost Ship in Itadaki Street DS

The Ghost Ship appears as one of the Dragon Quest boards in the game. In Tour Mode, the player has to get 2nd place or higher against Platypunk, Yangus and Donkey Kong.

Fortune Street[edit]

The Ghost Ship later appears in Fortune Street as one of the six default Dragon Quest boards. In the Easy Rules the board has an oval as the main part of the board with small circles sticking out of the top sides. The bank is located at the bottom of the oval while the suit spaces are located in the two circles. In the Standard rules, the board has a small circle in the middle with two triangles sticking out of the sides. The bank is located on the left triangle while the arcade is located on the right triangle. The two suit spaces are located on the top and bottom of the middle circle and the other two are on the top and bottom of the right triangle. The player must face Carver, Alena and Platypunk and come in second or higher to win.


Type of square Number of squares
Standard rules Easy rules
The Bank Square from Fortune Street
1 1
A Shop Square from Fortune Street
24 21
The Spade Square from Fortune Street
Spade suit
1 1
The Heart Square from Fortune Street
Heart suit
1 1
The Diamond Square from Fortune Street
Diamond suit
1 1
The Club Square from Fortune Street
Club suit
1 1
The Venture Square from Fortune Street
1 2
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
The Roll-on Square from Fortune Street
1 2

Official description[edit]

Fortune Street[edit]

  • Flag of USA.png "An eerie vessel that, after sinking in a wild tempest, meandered over boundless oceans with its crew of phantom seafarers."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 幽霊船
Ghost Ship
Spanish Barco Fantasma Ghost Ship