Dragon Quest Wiki
Advertisement

The monarchic mark is an accessory in the Dragon Quest series. It appears most in alchemy recipes with royal-sounding names, such as highness heels, monarchic mittens, etc.

Appearances[]

Dragon Quest IX[]

Defence
+5
Magical Might
+10
Magical Mending
+10
Rarity
★★☆☆☆
Buy price
14,000 G
Sell price
7,200 G
Location
Could be purchased from the DQVC during the Royal Sale and Alchaid Week 4.
Dropped by
Bloody manguini
Flavor Text
A kingly coat-of-arms that increases magical might and mending.
Recipe
Lucky pendant + Raging ruby + Ruby of protection
Used to make
Beastmaster claws, Empress's whip, Highness heels, Kaiser axe, Marquess's mittens, Prince's pea coat, Princess's robe, or Spellward circlet.

Dragon Quest X[]

The Monarchic mark was added to the game in Version 1.2, but it was eventually renamed to the Sovereign seal as its effects differed strongly from its previous appearance.

Dragon Quest XI[]

Defence
+10/11/13/15
Magical Mending
+30/31/33/35
Magical Might
+30/31/33/35
Rarity
S
Location
Gold treasure chest from playing Double or Nothing during poker at the Casino in Puerto Valor or Octagonia during the postgame.
Rarely dropped by Type G0s.
Sell Price
7,200 G
Flavor Text
An imperial emblem that boosts both magical might and magical mending.
Recipe
Gold nuglet X2 + Pale pearl X2 + Savvy sapphire X2
Recipe book
Badges of Honour It is located in the Sniflheim Castle treasure room (Ultimate Key required).
Notes
Requires 20 Perfectionist's pearls to rework.

Dragon Quest Heroes[]

Purchase Value
Not for Sale
Sale Value
300G
Basic Effects
HP of Person/Object Defended +10%
Description
Relic of a ruler for whom the safety of his subjects was sacred

Lke the vast majority of the available accessories, Monarchic markss 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 Monarchic mark 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, 2 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 King slimes, and King cureslimes. 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 Heroes II[]

The Monarchic mark increases the wearer's resistance to breath attacks by 15%, reaching to a total of 30% once it is fully upgraded. It will also give a +15 bonus to the wearer's max HP when it has been upgraded. Monarchic marks can be dropped by Knight aberrants and Knight abhorrents.

Other languages[]

Other languages
French Écusson royal
German Symbol des Souveräns
Spanish Marca monárquica
Italian Stemma della monarchia
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown
Advertisement