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Shivery shrubbery is a monster who appears in the Dragon Quest series.

Characteristics[]

The shivery shrubbery is a leaf monster that is basically a palette swap variant of Leafy larrikin, but this one can do some freezing spells to freeze its foes.

Appearances[]

Main games[]

Dragon Quest IX[]

#125 - Shivery shrubbery
Elemental Family
No Image HP MP Attack Defence Agility
81 14 96 99 102
Exp Gold Drop Ice crystal (Common, 1/32)
Narspicious (Rare, 1/64)
680 98 G
Description: They go around in gangs trying to turn the world to ice by stealing MP with Drain Magic and using it to cast Crackle.

Ice crystal critters with an insatiable lust for life, they try to live fast before they die young in the spring thaw.

Abilities
Normal attack
Calls for back-up (Shivery shrubbery)
Spells
Crackle
Drain Magic
Haunts at:
Snowberia
Snowberian Coast


Dragon Quest X[]

# - Shivery shrubbery
Elemental Family
No Image HP MP Attack Defence Weight
126 21 72 77 80
Exp Gold Drop Avabranche (Common)
Blue eye (Rare)
60 5 G
Note:
Abilities
Normal attack
Calls for back-up (Shivery shrubbery)
Spells
Crack
Haunts at:
Unknown


Other Games[]

Dragon Quest: Scan Battlers[]

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Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince[]

The Dark Prince Synthesising
Monster Monster Result
Freezing fog + Leafy larrikin = Shivery shrubbery
Synth type S
The Dark Prince Rank and Slot No.
Rank D
Slot No. Unknown

Etymology[]

  • "Shivery" comes from the word "shiver".
  • "Shrubbery" is a combination of "shrub" and "robbery".
    • A shrubbery is a wide border to a garden where shrubs are thickly planted, or a similar larger area with a path winding through it. A singular shrub is very similar to a bush.

Other languages[]

Other languages
French Cryofolia
German Zitterzweig
Spanish Maldad patuda helada
Italian Brem trem
Dutch Unknown
Norwegian Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown

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