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FFCCMLaaK Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King features additional downloadable content which includes extra costumes, new buildings to construct, extra dungeons, and adventuring races to recruit. Additional content is priced between 100 and 800 Wii Points. Users who purchased and downloaded the game before April 1, 2008 were required to re-download an updated version of the game in order to access the new content.

Downloadable content is unlocked for all save files when purchased, and unique rewards obtained in dungeons unlocked by downloadable content, such as buildings for other races or sacred shrines, can be carried over when starting a game from clear save data.

The total cost of all the DLC is 2500 Wii Points, if the races are bought separately. If the Triple Race Pack is bought instead of the individual races, the total cost is 2400 Wii Points.

Title Price (Wii Points) Content
Dungeon Pack 300 Adds 11 dungeons to the game, such as the Desert City of Clavis. Clearing these dungeons raises the limit on weapon, armor, and item shops as well as taverns, parks, gaming halls, and houses.
Triple Race Pack 800 Adds dungeons that unlock Lilty huts, Selkie dens, and Yuke shacks to the game. However, this bonus pack cannot be purchased if any of the single housing types listed were already purchased.
Lilty Hut 300 Adds the dungeon, Erithrow Cliffs, to the game. Clearing this dungeon adds Lilty huts to the building menu. Lilties are naturally strong and make the best warriors.
Selkie Den 300 Adds the dungeon, Acilla Cinderwood, to the game. Clearing this dungeon adds Selkie dens to the building menu. Selkies are naturally swift and make the best thieves.
Yuke Shack 300 Adds the dungeon, Glisera Oasis, to the game. Clearing this dungeon adds Yuke shacks to the building menu. Yukes are naturally magic-savvy and make the best mages.
The King's New Cloak 100 Provides an additional costume for the king. Changing costumes is performed within the castle.
Chime's Knell 100 Provides an additional costume for Chime. Changing costumes is performed within the castle.
Luxurious House 100 Adds 3 dungeons to the game, such as the Colossal City of Heparl. Clearing these dungeons adds luxurious houses to the building menu. This type of residence greatly increases income.
Sacred Shrine 200 Adds 3 dungeons such as the Corone Waterkeep to the game. Clearing these dungeons adds Sacred Shrines to the building menu. Sacred shrines built in the kingdom temporarily boost adventurers' stats, as well as add additional spells to the white and black mage temple's spell lists.
Library 200 Adds the dungeon, Land of O'Kokuh, to the game. Clearing this dungeon adds libraries to the building menu. This facility teaches adventurers race-specific abilities.
Castle Renovation 100 Adds the dungeon, Tempora Estuary, to the game. Clearing this dungeon adds a jukebox and the ability to rename adventurers at the castle.
Infinity Spire 300 A tough dungeon that allows for infinite challenges.
Fresh King 100 An outgoing and sporty outfit for the king. Changing costumes is performed within the castle.
Summer Chime 100 A bikini that accentuates Chime's charm in a resort-style bikini. Changing costumes is performed within the castle.

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