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A cyclown is a monster who appears in the Dragon Quest game series.

Characteristics

A goofy blue demon with antennae, held aloft by a perpetual tornado from which it pops up as if to scare its prey. Attacks with low-level wind magic,

Main game appearances

Dragon Quest IV

#35 - Cyclown
Elemental Family
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HP MP Attack Defense Agility
41 4 29 31 40
Exp Gold Drop Boomerang
32 34 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Spells
Woosh



Dragon Quest IX

#49 - Cyclown
Elemental Family
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HP MP Attack Defense Agility
56 8 52 48 78
Exp Gold Drop Glass frit (Common, 1/32)
Agility ring (Rare, 1/128)
108 79 G
Description: Their whipping whirlwinds slice through enemies and stop wind attacks from working.

They turn heads with their hypnotic hurricanes and tempt people into their wicked world of whirling winds.

Abilities
Normal attack
Wind Sickles
Psyche Up
Spells
None
Haunts at:
Newid Isle
Tower of Trades


Dragon Quest XI

Normal

#79 - Cyclown
Elemental Family
DQXI - Cyclown 2D
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
67 7 75 68 60
Exp Gold Drop Glass frit (Common)
Agility ring (Rare)
80 28 G
Note: The halves of their bodies concealed by swirling whirlwinds are the subject of much speculation, but they keep them closely under wraps, and are careful to let anyone get a glimpse.
Abilities
Normal attack
Wind Sickles
Spells
Woosh
Haunts at:
Zwaardsrust Region (Early game)
Dundrasil Region (Mid game)


Malicious

#418 - Malicious cyclown
Elemental Family
DQXI - Cyclown 2D
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
318 21 209 240 163
Exp Gold Drop Glass frit (Common)
Agility ring (Rare)
1317 270 G
Note: Cyclowns who have morphed into a truly malevolent form under the malign influence of infinite evil.
Abilities
Normal attack
Wind Sickles
Spells
Kaswoosh
Haunts at:
Zwaardsrust Region (Post game)
The First Forest - Whale Way Station (Post game)


Monster series appearances

Dragon Warrior Monsters


Dragon Warrior Monsters 2

Caravan Heart

Terry's Wonderland 3D

Super Light

Sprites

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Etymology

Its name is a mashup of cyclone and clown, referring to its appearance.

Other languages

Other languages
French Cyclown
German Tornadoteufel
Spanish Anticiclón
Italian Ciclown
Dutch Unknown
Swedish Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown

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