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Fuddle is a recurring spell in the Dragon Quest series.

Description[]

Confuses enemies which are trapped in an altered state of mind, viewing enemies as friend, vice-versa, and even causing them to strike themselves when they aren't staring into empty space.

Appearances[]

Dragon Quest III[]

Making its debut, it is learned by Mages and Sages at level 27 and costs 5 MP to use. The spell targets only a single enemy, somewhat limiting it's usefulness compared to Snooze and Dazzle. If a party member is afflicted by the spell, they can be snapped out of it by striking them; this safety feature is limited to DQIII, however. It is used by Lump mages, Lump shamen, Goodybags, Leger-de-men, Hocus chimaeras, and Baramos in battle.

Dragon Quest IV[]

Fuddle is learned by Borya at level 30, and has the same range as before, once again costing 5 MP to cast. The spell is more useful than in III however, as only a handful of enemies have an immunity--even into the final areas and bonus dungeon. It is used by Pocus poppets, Fuddlesticks, Damselflies, and Axolotls in battle.

Dragon Quest V[]

Fuddle becomes much more useful in V, targeting a group of enemies and setting the standard for future titles. Because it is learned by the Slime recruit at level 22, it is very easy for even casual players to acquire. Other characters and monsters that can learn the spell are Harry, Sancho, Debora, and the Goodybag, Pocus poppet, Jailcat, Grudgerigar, Minidemon, Ghost, and Chimaera, once again costing 5 MP for them to cast. It is also used by Bags o' laughs, Frighturns, and Air duckts, as well as Pocus poppets and Goodybags once again.

Dragon Quest VI[]

Fuddle is learned by Ashlynn at level 18, while other characters can learn it by advancing to rank 4 of the Mage vocation. It once again costs 5 MP to cast, and is also used by Fuddleguanas, Dreadstaffs, and Dogmus, as well as Goodybags once again.

Dragon Quest VII[]

Fuddle is very scarce in the seventh game, only being learned by reaching rank 6 of the Goodybag vocation and as a hybrid ability of the Mage and Jester vocations in the PS1 original. It once again costs 5 MP to cast, and is also used by Monologs, Purrestidigitators, Terrorhawks, Compos mantises, Birds of terrordise, Pogoin' penguins, and Numpton in battle.

Dragon Quest VIII[]

Jessica learns this spell after investing 26 points into her Sex Appeal skill tree, as well as Angelo when 7 skill points are invested into his Charisma skill tree, and once again costs 5 MP. It, along with the newly added Kafuddle, is the most reliable status ailment in the post-game bonus dungeon, where nearly every monster is immune to Dazzle and Kasnooze. It is also used by Mimic kings, Unholy bishops, and the Trap box as well as Lump mages and Lump shamen once again. It is also already learned by Red when she joins the party in the 3DS remake.

Dragon Quest IX[]

Fuddle is learned by Mages at level 19 and Armamentalists at level 20. It once again costs 5 MP to cast with a base accuracy of 50%, and will become more accurate once the caster's magical might surpasses 50. Once the value reaches 999, the spell will be accurate 100% barring enemy resistance. It is also used by Giddy gastropogs and Hootingham-Gore, as well as Goodybags and Terrorhawks once again.

Dragon Quest X[]

Fuddle is learned by Thieves at level 40 and costs 3 MP to cast. It targets one enemy for the first time since III, and is also used by Cutterflies, Splutterflies, Guaardvarks, Slimeshrooms, Agehaflies, Pantomines, Mossy ghouls, Racoon platypunks, Araniad, Monsterous Marine, as well as Hocus chimaeras, Goodybags, Monologs, Pogoin' Penguins, Lump shamen, Terrorhawks, Birds of Terrordise,

Dragon Quest XI[]

Fuddle is learned by Veronica at level 19 and once again costs 3 MP to cast. It acts the same as in X, and is also used by Brollyminators, Brollygaggers, and the Heedoo voodoo in Baramos' Lair, as well as Hocus chimaeras, Lump mages, Lump shamen, Leger-de-men,

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Dragon Quest Tact[]

Already learned by Drohl Diabolists, Lump Mages, Lump Shamen, Baramonsters, Splutterflies, Terrorhawks, Pickled Slimes, and the Trap Box when they are recruited, it acts the same as in its last two main series appearances and costs 8 MP to cast. In addition, a scroll of this spell can be bought for 2 Maribel Decorations each at the Swap Shop during the Dragon Quest VII event.

Gallery[]

Other languages[]

Other languages
French Confusion
German Wirrwarr
Konfus (M)
Spanish Confusión
Italian
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown

See Also[]

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