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The goddess ring is a recurring accessory in the Dragon Quest series.

Appearances[]

Dragon Quest III[]

A Goddess ring can be sold for 12,750 gold. They have a defense bonus of +22, increases intellect, and restore 1 MP for every four steps walked when equipped.

Dragon Quest IV[]

The Goddess Ring is an accessory that increases wisdom by 33, and restores MP while walking. It can be found in Baron's Folly.

Dragon Quest VII[]

A Goddess ring can be sold for 8,500 gold but not bought. It has a defense bonus of +33, raises intellect, and slowly recovered MP while walking when equipped. MaribelSir Mervyn, and Aishe can equip it.

Dragon Quest VIII[]

The Goddess ring provides a wisdom boost of +20, and increases resistances to FuddleParalysis, and Snooze. Restores MP while walking on the field. It can also be sold for 25,000 gold.

Dragon Quest IX[]

It can be alchemised by fusing 1 Life Ring, 1 Sainted Soma and 1 Gold bar.

A Goddess Ring will increase your Magical Mending by 15 and will increase your MP everytime you walk. It is also found in a treasure chest in the Observatory in the room with Apus Major in the upper right corner in the gated area. It can be sold for 6,250 gold but not bought.

Dragon Quest Heroes[]

Purchase Value
Not for Sale
Sale Value
380G
Basic Effects
Critical Hit Resistance +20.0%
Description
A blessed ring that spares its bearer from beastly blows

Lke the vast majority of the available accessories, Goddess rings can be created through Alchemy; through a lucky Sweet Success creation, it can be made from the start already at a rank of +1, then with successive melding with other copies of itself, an individual Goddess ring can be ugraded to up to a +3 rank, adding a total of 3 other additional effects to their base one; these effects are chosen at random from a pool of possible bonuses available for this particular accessory.

In order to create it, at least one of its recipe variants is necessary to having been found.

The Quick recipe, like all Quick recipes except for the Gold ring, can be bought by exchanging Mini medals, 7 in this case; alternatively, like its counterparts, the Classic recipe and the even better Luxury recipe, it can be found very rarely as a secret drop from Hellions, and Marquises de Léon (but not the ones met in the boss encounter). Alternatively, all of these recipe variants could potentially be found inside a treasure chest, but even more rarely than from the enemy drops.

As such, since it is not ideal to find as a drop a Quick recipe that could had been purchased instead, it is preferable to spend some Mini medals and learn the Quick recipe as soon as possible, thusly increasing the chances for the monsters to drop the better, rarer quality recipes rather then the ones that are already more easily accessible.

Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince[]

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