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Knights of Xentar is a 1991 RPG H-game developed by ELF Corporation and published in America and Europe by Megatech Software. It is actually the the third game in ELF's Dragon Knight series (hence its Japanese title Dragon Knight 3) and the only one that got out of Japan.
It stars Desmond, the hero of the first two games, who immediately after the start of the game, gets robbed of his gems, sword and clothes because he refused to fight the bandits because he only draws his sword in face of real evil.
For the most part of the game you try to retrieve your Genji Sword and Falcon Armor, along the way you meet some old and new friends, lots of demons and, of course, many pretty girls. Of course there is more than just some equipment hunt. After all the demons are causing a lot of trouble...
- A Taste of Power: Even though you lose your equipments before you can get a control. Desmond's still overleveled and can beat anything in a flash. After the first town, however, you're forced back into level 1.
- All There in the Manual: The manual has the plots of the first two games, which never left Japan, summarised. The game even tells you to check it at a few points.
- Bag of Spilling: Justified: You start out at low-middle levels and with the most powerful sword and armor, but you are robbed at the start of the game and weakened shortly after, through some kind of demonic object.
- Battle Theme Music: There are three normal battle themes, one boss battle theme (played only in two battles, though) and a final boss theme.
- Catgirl: There is an entire town of catgirls appropriately called "Feline Farms".
- Caught with Your Pants Down
- Class and Level System
- Duel Boss: Final boss
- Dub Name Change
- Takeru -> Desmond
- Baan -> Rolf
- Gargle Blaster: "Brandy, grog and fried pig gristle. Never again. At least, not in the same glass."
- Eastern RPG
- Fight in The Nude: Averted. However, it can be invoked literally...
- Guide Dang It: Getting the Mystic Marble in Dreadsden can be quite tricky.
- You get only one of Luna's spell gems during the main quest. To find the rest, you need to do things like looking into a specific jar ten times or spend 50,000 sovereigns in a specific shop, then another 50,000 on the gem itself. The game doesn't even hint that either the jar or the shop is special in any way.
- H-game: Rather softcore, though.
- Handsome Lech: Desmond.
- Healing Potion: Three kinds, one of them heals the entire party.
- Kill It with Fire: Luna's Fire magic.
- Kill It with Ice: Luna's Ice magic.
- Honor Before Reason: The reason why you are totally naked at the beginning of the game.
- Hot Mom: Desmond's mom Althea.
- Lady Land: Arcadia.
- Let's Play: Very obviously NSFW.
- Mysterious Parent: Desmond is actually the son of the goddess Althea.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: Two of Desmond's "exploits" are modelled after "Snow White" and "Little Red Riding Hood".
- Only Mostly Dead: Averted hard. If one of your party members dies, it's game over.
- Optional Sexual Encounter: Not surprisingly, there are several and not all of them are optional.
- Really Gets Around: Desmond.
Althea: "That blessing so you'd never be without a bed to sleep in certainly had some interesting side effects..."
- Say My Name: One of the most memorable gags in the game.
- Shock and Awe: Luna's Thunder magic.
- Where Are They Now? Epilogue
- You're Not My Type: One character responds to the seductive advances of a Catgirl with "Sorry, not my type. Or species."