Robbin' Hood Ruins

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Robbin' Hood Ruins
RobbinHoodRuins FortuneStreet.png
First appearance Official:
Dragon Quest: Shōnen Yangus to Fushigi no Dungeon (2006)
Crossover Installments:
Fortune Street (2011)
Latest appearance Crossover Installments:
Fortune Street (2011)
Inhabitants Monsters
“No matter how far down you go, it's just cave after cave. Whatever is this place? ”
Jessica, Fortune Street

Robbin' Hood Ruins is a dungeon in Dragon Quest: Shōnen Yangus to Fushigi no Dungeon and a board in Fortune Street.


Fortune Street[edit]

Robbin' Hood Ruins appears as a playable board in Fortune Street. In both sets of rules the board is made up of four separate L-shapes with a cross in the middle of the board joining them all together. On each end of ones of the Ls is a door that will transport whoever goes through it to the opposite side of the board. In Tour Mode the player needs to get first or second against Yangus, Angelo and Jessica.

Official description[edit]

  • Flag of the United States of America since July 4, 1960. For North American (and sometimes South American) release dates. "The place where the Great Thief, Robbin' Hood, stashed his bountiful loot. The mysterious doors dotted around within are the bane of the treasure-hunting explorer."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カンダタ遺跡
Kandata Iseki
Robbin' Hood Ruins

Spanish Guarida de Luis Candelas
Lair of Luis Candelas