Wiggly, cuddly Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest 3 plushes up for pre-order

1:00 PM on 10.12.2011 // Natalie Kipper
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Some Dragon Quest fans may remember the game, Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime for the Nintendo DS (if you still haven't played it, shame on you). The game belongs to the shoot-off series, Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest, that began on the Game Boy Advance in Japanese. Okay, so why the gaming history lesson? Patience, I am getting to that. The third installment in the series, Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest 3: Daikaizoku to Shippo-dan, is coming to the Nintendo 3DS and bringing a shipload of adorable plushes with it.

The plushes in the five piece set are Slalin the slime, Miehon (or Hooly) the healslime, a prisonyan (aka jailcat), a momon (aka teeny sanguiny), and the platypunk boss, Don-Manjaru (or Don Clawleone). Each plush costs ¥1,600, with the exception of Don-Manjaru, who will cost ¥2,600. They are available for pre-order now and will ship in mid- to late November of this year.

[images via Otacute; pre-order at AmiAmi: Slalin, Hooly, prisonyan, momon, Don Clawleone | Otacute: Slalin, Miehon, prisonyan, momon, Don-Manjaru]

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