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Translation Video: The tale of 100 years ago

You can start this game mode as you choose the book in the room. But there is no book at the beginning.
スクリーンショット(2012-09-23 23.46.17)

To play this story mode you need to clear Devil King scenario once. However, you cannot proceed Devil King (nor Oragon) in the first offline play. Which means you have to clear scenarios at least two times before play this mode. By the way, both offline or online you can get this book after finishing Devil King scenario.

Homeland Book Episode 1: To a different world
スクリーンショット(2012-09-23 23.38.07)
Duration 27:49

Homeland Book Episode 2: Cloots Village
ピクチャ 1
Duration 23:45

Homeland Book Episode 3: Encounter with Ruki
スクリーンショット(2012-09-30 9.49.47)
Duration 30:33

Homeland Book Episode 4: Kanel Town
スクリーンショット(2012-10-06 17.04.23)
Duration 31:07

Homeland Book Episode 5: Searching for the Secret Tunnel
ピクチャ 2
Duration 40:31

To see other videos of Homeland Book,
Go To Homeland Book Videos List (Youtube)

I'm not sure how many parts I need to upload (probably about 15 parts?). I will add the link of the next episode in this page.
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Online Play Guides: 3 Connecting Way

Read Online Play GUide: Network Configuration Settings before this page!


◆Connect with DHCP. DHCPでつなぐ
At first, try this simplest way. Choose Automatic自動 then it connects automatically. I don't know how to connect by manual手動.


◆Connect with PPPoE. PPPoEでつなぐ
This connection requires your ID and password of your Internet service provider. You need to fill in (1)Connect ID 接続ID, (2)Connect Password 接続パスワード, (3)Save your password? (4)Acquire DNS Server Address.

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(1) Connect ID 接続ID
For example, when your ID was "puutan," you need to input the ISP information. Like "puutan@bf100.homeland.com" Your ID goes first and the ISP name follows after @. If you have no idea what your ID is, call your ISP.
(2) Connect Password 接続パスワード
Input your ISP password.
(3) Save your password?
Choose Yesする as you want to save the password.
(4) Acquire DNS Server Address
if you have no idea what to do with it.

I'm not the expert so it might be wrong, but I guess if you don't connect your PC by PPPoE, then maybe you cannot connect GC by PPPoE.


◆Connect with IP(Specify IP address to connect) IPアドレス指定でつなぐ
I myself connect in this way.
This connection requires to fill in (1) IP Address, (2) subnet mask, (3) Default Router (4) Primary DNS (5) Secondary DNS.
To get those information, you need to take a serious look at the set up page of your Wireless Router or other devices, using web brouwser like IE or Firefox. If you have no idea how to look at your devices, refer the guides or CD-ROM of your devices. (You probably refered these once when you connect your PC to the Internet.)

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(1) IP Address
Specify which IP Address you use to connect GC to the Internet. I recommend numbers under 5 like 192.168.0.4. I don't know 192.168 part is the same as here in Japan. Maybe your Wireless Router has different numbers. You cannot choose 1 to be the last number because it's default Router Address in most of the cases.

(2) subnet mask
I don't know what subnet mask is at all, but in most of the cases, it's numbers like 255.255.255.0. But I'm not sure. Maybe it Differs according to the countries. I don't know.
You may find these numbers as you look at the set up page of your Router. (Maybe it is written in a different name?)

(3) Default Router
You input these numbers in URL spave of web browsers when you look at the set up page of your Wireless Router. And they're like 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.11.1. If you lives in an apartment, it might be like 192.168.32.1.
If you don't know these numbers, you will never find other information neither. Again, If you have no idea how to look at your devices, refer the guides or CD-ROM of your devices. (You probably refered these once when you connect your PC to the Internet.)

(4) Primary DNS and (5) Secondary DNS
I also don't have any idea what these are, but they seem to be continuing numbers like

Primary DNS:220.110.42.231, Secondary DNS:220.110.42.232

In my Wireless Router, they are not named as Primary and Secondary DNS, so it was harderst to get these numbers. Anyway I looked at the set up pages, and I tried to find any continuing numbers.



I know nothing about the connecting system in abroad, but I wrote this article, hoping it will be some help. I'm not the Internet expert, so I cannot answer any technical questions, sorry.
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