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Whistle is a recurring skill in the Dragon Quest series.


Instantly call for a random monster and engage it in a battle.


Dragon Quest III Remakes

Only appearing in the remakes, it is learned by Gadabouts at level 13.

Dragon Quest IV Remakes

Only appearing in the remakes, it is learned by Torneko at level 11.

Dragon Quest V Remakes

Only appearing in the remakes, it is learned by Sancho at level 24.

Dragon Quest VI

Making its debut, it is learned by advancing to Rank 2 of the Gadabout vocation. It is also learned by Spot from the DS remake onwards at level 11.

Dragon Quest VII

Learned by advancing to Rank 5 of the Shepherd vocation.

Dragon Quest VIII

Yangus learns this skill by investing 4 skill points into his Humanity skill tree. It can draw monsters to the player in the 3DS remake, but does not work on Metal slime monsters.

Dragon Quest IX

Learned by investing 28 skill points into the Warrior's Courage skill tree, it can summon a monster for the player to fight and can even enrage enemies in battle. It is also used by Trigertaurs, White trigertaurs, and Sick trigertaurs, though they would waste their turn doing so.

Dragon Quest X

Learned by investing 48 skill points into the Gadabout's Play skill tree, it acts differently from previous games and can summon the same monsters as the one currently being fought, but special monsters like Paintbrush hermits and Genomes cannot be called, though Metal Slime monsters that are in the same battle as the other monsters can be summoned, albeit rarely. Unlike the other games, it costs 3 MP to use.

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker

The Hero learns this after clearing Celeste Isle.

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below and Dragon Quest Heroes II: Twins Kings and Ending of the Prophecy

Yangus once again learns this skill by investing 3 skill points in his skills. It draws enemies to him, making it safe for characters like Jessica and Bianca to finish a escort mission or use skills like Hustle Dance. In the sequel, it is learned by Ruff and acts the same as in the first game. It costs 4 MP to use in both Heroes games.

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French Sifflet
German Pfiff
Spanish Silbido
Italian Richiamo
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