Dragon Quest Wiki

The Quarantomb is a dungeon in Dragon Quest IX. It is located northwest of Coffinwell. It contains a deadly virus which , when not restrained, infects the town of Coffinwell. You must have the Quarantomb Key to get inside. In the lowest layer is the ghost of King Godfrey, who has appears to have forgotten who he is.

Monsters in the Area[]

Dragon Quest IX (DS)  
Enemy Gold Exp Drop Item
#042 Mean spirit 66 G 99 Bodywear Silk robe
Headwear Pointy hat
#043 Magus 80 G 90 Staff Wizard's staff
Item icon Magic water
#044 Mummy boy 60 G 105 Item icon Grubby bandage
Headwear Turban
#045 Earthenwarrior 66 G 110 Shield Scale shield
Sword Soldier's sword
#046 Metal slime 20 G 4096 Item icon Strong medicine
Item icon Seed of life

Notable Monster[]

#046 - Metal Slime
Slime Family
DQ9MetalSlime HP MP Attack Defence Agility
4 255 35 256 89
Exp Gold Drop Item icon Strong medicine
Item icon Seed of life
4096 20 G
Note: Give high experience and has high defense. It has a low rate of appearance. Has a high tendency to flee.

Boss Monster[]

#260 - Ragin' Contagion
Elemental Family
IX - Ragin' Contagion sprite HP MP Attack Defence Agility
696 255 68 68 50
Exp Gold Drop Item icon Royal soil (100%)
2295 600 G
Description: The very essence of illness, it was sealed up in the Quarantomb for a century, but came back to curse Coffinwell once more.

This toxic pox was created to ensure that the nameless terror that slept in the Quarantomb stayed sealed inside forever.

Attack, envenomate attack, Sweet Breath
Kasap, Decelerate
Encountered at:



  • As with other Dragon Quest IX names, the name "Quarantomb" is a play on the words "quarantine" and "tomb".
  • The setting of Quarantomb seems to be a play on the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor, in which there is the Terracotta Army, that seems to be the origin of Earthenwarriors.
    • The heavy use of mercury in the Mausoleum may be the cause why Metal Slimes are set to be found in this dungeon.

Other languages[]

Other languages
French Quarantombe
German Quarantomben
Spanish Cuarantumba
Italian Quarantomba
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown