Dragon Raja Breadwinner Guide

Steve’s Dragon Breadwinner Guide

Be the breadwinner for your characters by doing hidden quests!

— Steve

Looking for a hidden tale guide? One that involves collecting dialogue over time? Well, you are at the right place! Steve chanced upon an easy hidden anecdote called Breadwinner!

Although Steve is unsure if you must have a certain amount of points in certain personalities to trigger this quest, Steve has most of Steve’s point in healing. Also, your server may need to have the housing update because that’s where the repairman shows up (Steve is not sure though). To trigger this quest, you have to go to the Cafe at Chizuru in blizzard weather and stand near the NPC Natsuki Chokai.

Natsuki will basically have the same dialogues but Majima may not show up. Nothing will happen during this dialogue and you will have to wait until the next blizzard weather (note that the next dialogue may not appear until the next reset).

Simply keep checking on Natsuki everyday (like greeting Eva or orphanage manager). You will know the quest triggers if a quest will pop up in your quest log telling you that someone comes running. At this point, the repairman Majima will show up. Note that the dialogue may be mixed up as this may simply be a bug.

Some dialogue will occur before Majima leaves. Now that you have met Majima, you will need to find him again multiple times. You can find Majima at the houses across from the cafe (facing where Natsuki is standing). Note that if you do not see him, you may have to wait until the daily reset (assuming you met Majima on same day). You will have to talk to Majima the repairman in different weathers and “collect” all his different stories (like the Harbor Guardian anecdote in short anecdotes list). These weather include heavy rain (thunderstorm works but not drizzle), sunny (clear weather), and snowing (blizzard). 3 of the Majima’s locations will be in the area facing the cafe where Natsuki is standing (note that both day and night works). The dialogue options are similar with a bit of difference in responses (Steve doesn’t think it matters which one you choose but it’s best to choose different ones).

Heavy rain Majima
Clear weather Majima
Blizzard Hajima

After talking to Majima, Majima will run off and disappear. You may have to wait until the next weather to talk to him on another spot (besides on last or fourth one). You can find Majima for the final time repairing a booth in the area behind the convenience store (to the left of the boxes and in the gap between two buildings). If he does not appear, it means you may not have collected the other 3 required Majima stories in different weathers. Note that you do not have to wait for the next weather condition to find Majima here as he does appear instantly as soon as you collect the 3rd weather condition story.

Talk to Majima for the last time and make your choice in the dialogues (there should be two sets, Steve doesn’t know if the choices matter but Steve chose “Is this your area, too?”). Afterwards, the quest will be complete.

This tale was fairly long for a bronze medal anecdote (Steve believes it should be silver). The final rewards include anecdote points.


That is all for Steve’s Dragon Raja Breadwinner hidden anecdote guide! As always, if Steve find any ways to enhance the guide, Steve will update it! Also, subscribe and look out for more guides from Steve! If you have any questions, suggestions, or disagreements, feel free to comment below or you can contact Steve through the contacts page; however, there is no guarantee for a good answer because Steve does not know everything about the quest after all. Now, go out there and find that repairman!

Published by Credible Steve

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