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A wyrtoise is a monster who appears in the Dragon Quest game series.

Characteristics

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Main game appearances

Dragon Quest III

# - Wyrtoise
Dragon Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
120 15 113 200 90
Exp Gold Drop Seed of resilience
1420 120 G
Note:
Abilities
Normal attack
Inferno
Spells
Bounce
Kabuff
Haunts at:
Maw of the Necrogond
Baramos' Lair area
Tower of Rubiss
Craggy Cave


Dragon Quest V

#169 - Wyrtoise
Dragon Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
178 24 169 260 63
Exp Gold Drop Magic water
590 140 G
Note:
Abilities
Normal attack
Lightning
Spells
Bounce
Fullheal
Kaclang
Haunts at:
Mt. Zugzwang
Estark's Labyrinth


Dragon Quest IX

#187 - Wyrtoise
Dragon Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
215 8 171 240 103
Exp Gold Drop Tortoiseshell (Common, 1/8)
Dragon scale (Rare, 1/32)
2500 188 G
Description: Shelled fellows who are no suckers, and can send back spells with Bounce and push back attacks with Pincushion.

They're famed for being fearsome, but at home, they like nothing more than rolling over to have their tummies tickled.

Abilities
Normal attack
Desperate attack
Lightning
Pincushion
Spells
Bounce
Haunts at:
Oubliette
Grottoes


Dragon Quest X

# - Wyrtoise
Dragon Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Weight
7300 139 556 562 856
Exp Gold Drop Giant tortoise shell (Common)
2780 10 G
Note: None
Abilities
Normal attack
Acts twice
Desperate attack
Flame Rotary
Spells
Bounce
Haunts at:
Unknown


Synthesis

Super Light


Joker 3

Joker 3 Synthesising
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Rank and Slot No.

Super Light

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Joker 3

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Sprites

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Etymology

  • The English name "Wyrtoise" is the combination of "wyrm" and "tortoise".
  • The Japanese name "ガメゴン Gamegon " is the combination of "かめ Kame "(turtle) and "ドラゴン Doragon "(Dragon). Then add the suffix "ロード roudo" (Lord) to separate from Wyrtle.

Other languages

Other languages
French Dracarapace
German Panzerdrache
Spanish Galapaverno
Italian Dragoruga
Dutch Unknown
Swedish Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown

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