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Kaswooshle is a recurring spell in the Dragon Quest series. It is the deadliest of the wind spells, eviscerating a group of foes with a tempest of Typhonic proportions.


Dragon Quest IX

Making its main series debut, Kaswooshle is only available to Luminaries at level 58. It costs 50 MP to cast and possess a base damage of 150~250. It will begin to approach its cap of 450~550 once the caster's magical might surpasses 550. It is used by Mortamor in battle against his enemies.

Dragon Quest X

Luminaries learn Kaswooshle after investing 130 points into their Je Ne Sais Quoi skill tree. It costs 20 MP to cast.

Damage is calculated as Magical Might x 0.3 + 100, leading to a rough wind base range of 150~250 and category five devastation of 250~350 at max. As with all other Woosh spells in X, Kaswooshle will spiral outward from the caster in a counter-clockwise cycle and strike all enemies within that range multiple times. It is also used by Pazuzu, Balhib, Lunar chimaeras, Low djinkses, Djinn genies, Emerald demons, Godsteeds, Lump wizards, Moosifers, Master moosifers, Hippocampers, Canaryanoes, Racoon platypunks, Dense Forest Guardian, Grave Digger, Gigantifungi, Pachatica, Gosnell, Remilia Kagema, and King Sparky in battle.

Dragon Quest XI

Beast begone, thou black offence,
May heaven’s winds propel thee hence!
Against the Auroral Serpent

Serena can learn Kaswooshle from the Spears Character Builder for 25 skill points and can only be learned in Act 3 of the game. It is located on Serena's character builder between the Spear and Wand skill panels and all of the skills surrounding it must be learned first to unlock it. It costs 50 MP to cast, and its base damage range is 258~514. If Serena's magical might is raised to 250, the spell with hit its cap of 496~752.

Kaswooshle has a much lower magical might requirement than other fourth-tier spells, but for good reason: Serena never accumulates any points in the attribute naturally. In order to get the most out of the spell, careful equipment selections and liberal applications of multiple seeds of sorcery must be applied. It is also used by Calasmos, Mortamammoth, and the End of Time in battle.


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