|Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart|
|Japanese title||ドラゴンクエストモンスターズ キャラバンハート|
|System(s)||Game Boy Advance|
|Preceded by||Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Cobi's Journey|
|Followed by||Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker|
|Series||Dragon Quest Monsters|
|Twitch||Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart Channel|
|YouTube Gaming||Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart Channel|
Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart (ドラゴンクエストモンスターズ キャラバンハート Doragon Kuesuto Monsutaazu Kyaraban Haato?) (Dragon Quest Monsters III: Caravan Heart) is the third game in the Dragon Quest Monsters series, released only in Japan by Enix for the Game Boy Advance. The game was simultaneously announced with Dragon Quest VIII in Famitsu in 2002. Like the other Dragon Quest titles, development of Caravan Heart was led by Yuji Horii.
It is the second Dragon Quest game to be released for the Game Boy Advance (after Torneko no Daibouken 2 Advance). Caravan Heart features the character Prince Keifer from Dragon Quest VII, as the game acts as a prequel to the PlayStation game. This is also the last Dragon Quest released under the Enix name, since the merger between Square and Enix was finalized a few days later, on April 1, 2003.
On Prince Keifer's tenth birthday, the prince was looking for a way to cause a little trouble and sneak out of Gran Estard Castle. This makes his father very angry, and when Keifer is finally caught, he hides in his room. While hiding in the closet, a masked figure that calls herself The Master of the Illusions, Magarugi appears and tells Keifer that if he finds the Orbs of Loto, he will be given one wish. Keifer is pulled into the spirit's realm of Torland, the world of Dragon Quest II. When he first arrives, he encounters a caravan with a weak leader, Luin. Luin is also searching for the Orbs to save his sick parents. After their first battle together, the Caravan ask Keifer to lead them. All together, must travel the world in order to find the to cure Luin's sick parents and allow Keifer to return to Estard Island.