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Blackboard ode to Dragon Quest spans Tokyo subway

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It took a month to draw

Dragon Quest Heroes II: The Twin Kings and the Prophecy’s End launches this week in Japan and Square Enix is celebrating with a chalk-on-blackboard art campaign culminating in this lengthy piece across a wall in Shinjuku's subway station.

It took the artist Renarena-san a month to draw and in a chill sand mandala kind of way, if 5,000 people write tweets using "#DQH2," a "critical hit" from "Erdrick’s Sword Blackboard Erase" will wipe all the monsters from the board. So get your instagram shots in now.

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