Dragon Raja Master Chef Promotion Guide

Steve’s Dragon Raja Master Chef Promotion Guide

Master Chef, copy that.

— Steve

Stuck on the chef promotion for Master? Don’t want to muddle your way through the quest and waste your vitality? Then you are at the right place! Steve has compiled Steve’s experience, when Steve has promoted to Master Chef, into this guide.

Although Steve found this chef promotion’s difficulty to be relatively less difficult compare to the other ranks, Steve still cooked up this guide just in case some will find it difficult. As a S3 Michelin Chef, when you have hit the requirements to promote (by filling the bars up to 21k), the chef career promotion quest should pop up in your quest log (if it doesn’t, simply open your chef career page, go to the home tab, and click the promotion button). Tapping on the quest will auto-path you to Koshi Uesugi (your chef promotion guy) where you will meet the guest, Yukiko Ogata.

Simply talk to the NPCs and go through all the dialogue. There will be a part where Koshi gives you dialogue choices that will affect your personality (Steve is unsure for other options, but Steve chose “curious about lily’s grandma” which gave the personality trait curious baby).

Keep going through the dialogue and eventually Yukiko will tell you to go find Lily’s father, Zenjiro Yamamoto, in Tokyo Tower. You can auto-path over to find Yukiko (with a quest mark) standing by Zenjiro Yamamoto.

Go through the dialogue and Yukiko will stroll off in anger. Auto-path over to Yukiko nearby and go through the dialogue where you will be given a dialogue choice that will affect your personality (Steve chose “it’s scary parents need no tests” which gave realistic personality).

Afterwards, you will need to go find Seimei Kikyu in Cassel College. Simply auto-path over and you will be given a choice to either ask passerbys or ask Eva for help. Steve is unsure if the choice matters, but Steve chose to ask passerbys which spawned in back-to-back NPCs that Steve had to talk to.

After talking to the NPCs, you will get a hint of Seimei’s location (Steve is unsure if this is randomized as there is a high possibility there is, so do pay attention to the hint as auto-path will be disabled). Steve got the hint that Seimei is by a tree near the claw machines (which was a fairly clear hint). For this hint, Steve simply went to the claw machine area in Cassel College and found Seimei there.

Talking to Seimei will grant you an Almond Meal item (not sure what happens if you accidentally use). Auto-path back to Koshi Uesugi and go through the dialogue. Yukiko will tell you to cook the French Tea Cookies. Auto-path to the kitchen through the quest (where Koshi Uesugi will be standing nearby). You may now use your Almond Meal when prompted (icon pops up). Steve is unsure if there is an order to this, but using it at the start before cooking worked fine for Steve (not sure if it was bugged).

Then, cook a French Tea Cookies and tap on the quest to gift it to Koshi Uesugi. Koshi Uesugi will then give you the quest completion item, Yamamoto’s Cookie. You will then need to auto-path back to Yukiko at the Koshi Uesugi stall and go through the dialogue. Then talk to Koshi Uesugi and go through the dialogue to complete the quest.

Completing your promotion will reward you the moments frame Dessert Counter, the title Master Chef, and new recipes to cook.


That is all for Steve’s Dragon Raja Master chef promotion 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 chef promotion. Now, go out there and master your chef rank!

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