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The Princess of Moonbrooke is a character in Dragon Quest II. She is a descendant of Erdrick who inherited none of her ancestor's physical strength but makes up for that in her ability to use magic.


She is depicted as shorter than her cousins, the Prince of Midenhall and the Prince of Cannock, having either blond or purple hair and is clothed in a white robe and purple hood with Erdrick's Crest on them, carrying what looks to be a Wizard's staff in the Japanese version of the game. In the American version of the game she is tall, blond, and wears a pink and black robe, knee-high black boots, red cape and holding the Lightning staff. When cursed by Hargon, she took the form of a brown dog.


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Dragon Quest II

Princessa, the Princess of Moonbrooke, is first seen with her father when the monster minions of the Children of Hargon and their Hellish Father attack Moonbrooke, with the King telling his daughter to hide while a lone soldier who survived tells Midenhall of the High Priest's attack. After Hargon attacks Moonbrooke, the Princess of Moonbrooke is turned into a dog and banished to Moonahan. Later, after her cousins, the Prince of Midenhall and the Prince of Cannock break the curse with Ra's mirror, she joins forces with them to exact revenge on Hargon for what he did to Moonbrooke and her father. After Malroth is defeated, if Princessa revisits Moonbrooke with her cousins at the end of the game and talks with the spirit of her father, she swears to rebuild Moonbrooke back to its former glory.


Dragon Quest II (GBC) 
Spell Level Learnt
Midheal 1
Snooze 2
Woosh 4
Dazzle 6
Holy Protection 8
Kasap 10
Squelch 12
Fullheal 15
Evac 17
Kaboom 19
Safe Passage 21
Click 23
Hocus Pocus 25


Dragon Quest II

The Princess of Moonbrooke is the most limited in terms of equipment compared to her cousins, being only able to equip light clothing and magical staves and wands. She cannot use any shields. She joins the party equipped only with plain clothes and a cypress stick and does not have much in the way of physical attacks and defense. The SNES, GBC, and iOS/Android versions of the game mitigate this slightly by improving the attack scores on the wands she can equip.


Name Stat Modified Modifier Buy Price Sell Price Location
Cypress stick Attack +2 Wielded by the Princess of Moonbrooke at the start of the game.
Divine dagger Attack +12 200 Leftwyne (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Rippleport (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Wizard's staff Attack +8 2500 Rippleport (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Tantegel (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Tuhn (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Beran (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Lightning staff Attack +15 N/A Dropped by the Wrecktor in the dungeon of Midenhall.


Name Stat Modified Modifier Buy Price Sell Price Location
Plain Clothes Defense +2 Worn by the Princess of Moonbrooke at the start of the game.
Cloak of evasion Defense +20 1250 Rippleport (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Tantegel (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Osterfair (sold at weapons/armor shop)
Mink Coat Defense +30 65000 Wellgarth (sold at weapons/armor shop
Water Flying Cloth Defense +35 N/A Give the Dew's Yarn and the Magic Loom to Don Mohame in Tuhn.

Other Appearances

Main Game

Dragon Quest IX

Princessa appears as a special guest in the Quester's Rest.

Dragon Quest XI

The princess is found in the Moonahan section of the Echo Chamber, where she has returned to human form at the cost of the citizens becoming dogs themselves. Distraught, she requests aid from the Luminary and seeks a jug of Magic water to undo the curse. After being given the phial and returning history to normal, she laments her fate and awaits the arrival of her cousins. Humorously, she is greatly taken aback at how common magic water is in the Luminary's world compared to her own, which is likely a developer joke at how mundane magical items have become in recent games in the series.

Side Games

Fortune Street

Princessa is a playable character, and a rank C opponent.

Other Games

Dragon Quest of the Stars

She appears as part of the Dragon Quest II story event.

Dragon Quest Rivals

Appears as a card in the game.

Dragon Quest Tact

Appears as a character that can be recruited during the Dragon Quest II event. Her Coup de Grâce is Moonbrooke Prayer, which greatly recovers one ally's HP and increases their attack, defence, wisdom, and spell resistance for 3 turns.



  • Like her cousin, the Prince of Cannock, her name and stats are determined by the name the player chooses for the Hero. The Princess' name is selected from a list of eight names. They are Varia, Elani, Ollisa, Roz, Kailin, Peta, Illyth, and Gwen.
  • In the Wii game Fortune Street, her name is Princessa or Pudding. In Dragon Quest IX, her name is Princessa. In the Mobile version, her name can be chosen at the beginning of the game.

Other languages

Other languages
French Unknown
German Prinzessin Prinzessa (IX)
Spanish Unknown
Italian Unknown
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown