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Party Pooper (AKA Clean Sweep) is a recurring skill in the Dragon Quest series.

Description[]

An attack which hits all party members or monsters in a group. Its power decreases as it goes down the group line.

Appearances[]

Dragon Quest VI[]

Debuting as an enemy only skill, it is used by Gracos in his boss fight, laughing while he does it. It deals 0.75 times the damage of normal attacks to all enemies.

Dragon Quest VII[]

Acting the same as in VI, it is used by this game's Gracos, as well as his descendant, Gracos V, and Gracolytes in the 3DS remake.

Dragon Quest VIII[]

Now used by party members, the Hero can learn it when he invests 45 skill points into his spear skill tree. It hits a group of enemies for Bang attribute damage, dealing 0.8 times the damage of a normal attack. After that, it decreases from 0.64 times → 0.56 times → 0.4 times → 0.24 times → 0.16 times the damage of a normal attack. It is also used by Khalamari, the Great Argon Lizard, and Frou-frous in battle. It costs 0 MP in the original and 2 MP in the 3DS remake, with the skill itself costing 1 MP if the Hero's spear skill tree is maxed out.

Dragon Quest IX[]

Acting the same as in VIII, it can be learned with 42 skill points allocated into the Staff skill tree. It costs 0 MP to use once again, and is also used by Trigertaurs, Jade Dragons, Sick Trigertaurs, Lleviathan, and the Dragonlord from level 24 onwards.

Dragon Quest X[]

Acting the same as in previous appearances once again, it is once again learned by investing 42 skill points into the Staff skill tree, as well as investing 18 skill points into a recruited Mischievous Mole's Staff skill tree and by investing 9 skill points into Valeria's Cold-Hearted skill tree, hitting enemies within a range of 270 degrees in front of the user at 1.3 to 1.5 times, though it initially dealt 0.6 times the damage of a normal attack to 1 enemy about 180 degrees in front. By 1.1, its damage output was increased to about 0.8 times the normal attack and can hit more than one enemy like in previous games. From 1.4 onwards, the range has been increased to 270 degrees forward, and the damage has been modified from 0.8 to 1.2 times the damage of a normal attack and from 2.2 onwards, its power increased from 1.3 to about 1.5 times, and by Version 3 onwards, the skill could be enhanced with the Master Orb system, with damage output increasing by 10%. It costs 2 MP for players and Moles to use (14 MP for the Archfiend of Valdista), and is also used by Undentured Servants, Oren Wraithblade, Moonlight General, Volgel, Nelgel, Ruin, Nadraga, Padre, Yinka no Sinyo, the Phantom of the Great Darkness, Valeria during the Demon Crown King Boss Fight, the Curse of the Great Darkness, and Otherworldly Beast Hazeknight in battle against their enemies. In the Offline version of the game, it is learned by investing 5 skill points into the Hero and Mjoll's Staff Character Builders.

Dragon Quest XI[]

Appearing as a Spear skill for the first time since VIII, it is learned by Serena and Jade after investing 16 skill points into the Spears section of their Character Builders and deals a fixed 80% damage to all enemies in a group. It costs 4 MP to use, and is also used by Flythons, Diethons, Sail Serpents, King Squids, Tentaculars, and Squidzillas' left tentacles and right tentacles (Squid Kids in the 2D version of the game), Tyriant and his shadow, Jinxed Jade, Blind Hatred and its shadow, Calasmos, and the End of Time in battle.

Torneko's Great Adventure 3[]

Used by Merderers, it deals 20 fixed damage to Torneko.

Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road Series[]

Reappearing in Battle Road onwards, it is the blue button skill for Boss trolls and the red button skill for Bjørn the Behemoose, though the latter's usage of the skill damages one enemy, compared to the former's hitting all enemies, but hits twice and can potentially deal a critical hit.

Dragon Quest Mystery Dungeon MOBILE[]

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Dragon Quest Wars[]

Appearing as the Physical skill for Hammerhoods, it deals 1 damage to enemy monsters across 3 squares. If aimed diagonally, it won't get hit by the enemy's Counter skill.

Dragon Quest of the Stars[]

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Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Scanner[]

Acting the same as in previous appearances, it is used by Demon King Orgodemir to damage all enemies in battle.

Dragon Quest Walk[]

Learned at level 15 when wielding the Slaying rod, level 10 when wielding the Dragon rod, level 8 when wielding the Taming rod, and already learned when wielding the Polehammer, it deals 120% slash damage to all enemies and costs 12 MP to use.

Dragon Quest Tact[]

Used by Calasmos once again during the Mega Boss Battle, it damages all enemies in range and costs 45 MP for the Dark One to use.

Dragon Quest Treasures[]

Already known by Orcs and Orc kings when they are recruited, it inflicts physical slash damage to any enemy that gets in the way and costs 2 MP to use for the first time since X.

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Dragon Quest Champions[]

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Other languages[]

Other languages
French Grand balayage (VIII)
Tir groupé (IX)
German Kreisfeger (VIII)
Rundumschlag
Spanish
Italian
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese
Korean

See Also[]

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