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Princessa (also known as Princess of Moonbrooke, Pudding or Princess Princessa) is a protagonist from Dragon Quest II. Princessa is the princess of Moonbrooke and a descendant of the hero in the original game from the series. The other two main characters in Dragon Quest II are her cousins. Princessa is an excellent sorceress, but a poor fighter.
While her name has changed several times throughout her appearances due to her in-game name being randomly selected, the title of the character in her original appearance is the Princess of Moonbrooke.
In Dragon Quest II, Pudding is known as the Princess of Moonbrooke and is the relative of the two main heroes in the game. She lived in peace in Moonbrooke Castle until a villain known as Hargon and his army arrived to Moonbrooke. After killing her father, Hargon's army destroyed a large part of Moonbrooke, and later cursed the princess causing her to turn into a small brown dog. However, after the curse is broken by her cousins later on in the game, the Princess of Moonbrooke decides to join forces with them so that she can achieve revenge on Hargon for what he had done to Moonbrooke as well as her father. In this game, her primary strength involves her magic power which is the strongest out of the other characters in the party.
Itadaki Street DS
Princessa, referred to as Pudding, makes her first appearance with Mario and friends as a playable character in the Japanese exclusive Mario and Dragon Quest cross-over Itadaki Street DS. She is one of the eleven playable characters from the Dragon Quest series in this game.
Princess of Moonbrooke's Hood and Princess of Moonbrooke's Robe are collectible items in this game that can be equipped on customizable characters.
Princessa makes a reappearance as a default playable character in the sequel to Itadaki Street DS, Fortune Street for the Wii. Her appearance in this game resembles that of her original appearance in the manga series for Dragon Quest II in terms of her hair coloration and general appearance. She is renamed as Princess Princessa in this game. If the player makes her mad, by either making her pay a large amount of gold or by buying one of her shops in a forced-buyout, she threatens to bite them the next time they are on the same square.
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