A Fishy Guide to Legend of the River King 2

       Imagine waking up one morning and thinking to yourself "Hmm... I think I want to play a fishing/role playing game today". Fishing??? Oh yes, trust me, you WANT to fish! Video game fishing is good for you.. it is it is...

       Legend of the River King 2 is the sequal to an earlier Gameboy game titled (amazingly) Legend of the River King. The game is actually the fourth in a series of fishing games in Japan titled Kawa no Nushi Tsuri. The next one in the series is a pirate/fishing game titled Nushi Tsuri Adventure - Kite no Bokuen. LotRK2 is also a Gameboy Color game, but it will run on a normal Gameboy, Gameboy Pocket, Gameboy Advanced, and on a Super Gameboy (a Gameboy adapter for SNES). It is also available on the North American Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console as of September 18, 2014. The game is available on the European Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console as of October 23, 2014.

       The story begins with a sprite, named Yuki, who had control over the Heaven Jewel. Unfortunatly by some twist of fate, the Heaven Stone somehow split into two pieces. One piece was taken by the Mountain God, and the other piece was taken by the Sea God. Yuki asks for your help in retrieving the two pieces so that she can put the Heaven Jewel back together. The Mountain God transformed into the River King and the Sea God transformed into the Sea King. It's your job to go out into the world and fish up the two kings.

       This page (when completed of course) has information you'll need if you become lost while playing LotRK2. The Walkthrough will take you through the game step by step. The Maps will show you where you can catch a certain fish, a flower, or a bug you might need to complete your collection. You may have noticed that there are fish swimming at the bottom portion of the page. If you click on the blue fish to the far right, a different set of fish will appear. Click the fish! Click the fish!

       If you can't find the information you are looking for, you can ask on the Message Board. You are also more then welcome to email using the FOGU feedback form.




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