Bewarewolf

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The first members of the Beast family originating all the way back in the seminal title, Bewarewolves are monsters that have recently begun to reappear in the series after a several decade absence.

Characteristics[edit]

Bewarewolves are humanoid, bipedal wolfmen. Originally coated with blue fur, new versions are seen in a bluish lavender hue instead.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest[edit]

Bewarewolf
Bewarewolf DQ SNES.gif
HP MP Experience Gold
34 16 (NES)
40 (GBC)
50 (NES)
60 (GBC)
Attack Defense Speed
40 30 21
Game Dragon Quest
Console NES, SNES, GBC

Dragon Quest IX[edit]

#067 - Bewarewolf
Bewarewolf DQIX DS.png
HP MP Experience Gold
87 255 255 98
Attack Defense Speed
83 89 77
Dropped Item Magic beast hide (common, 1/16)
Iron claws (rare, 1/64)
Locations Slurry Coast
Dourbridge
Grotto
Skills Feel the Burn
Family Beast
Bestiary # 067
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Description It's best to bash these baddies quickly, as their tension is turned up a notch every time they take damage.

They've come out of retirement to show the poser pups of today that the coolest course is to shut up and get the job done.

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 Pro[edit]

Variants[edit]

Scarewolf[edit]

Scarewolves (formerly Wolflords) are brown bipedal wolfmen with gray tunics and boots.


Scarewolf
File:Wolflord.gif
HP MP Experience Gold
38 6 20 80
Attack Defense Speed
50 36 23
Spells Fizzle
Game Dragon Quest
Console NES


Scarewolf
Wolflordsnes.gif
HP MP Experience Gold
38 6 80
Attack Defense Speed
50 36 23
Spells Fizzle
Game Dragon Quest
Console SNES


Scarewolf
Wolflord GBC.png
HP MP Experience Gold
38 6 52 80
Attack Defense Speed
50 36 23
Spells Fizzle
Game Dragon Quest
Console GBC


#081 - Scarewolf
File:Dq9wolflord.png
HP MP Experience Gold
102 32 325 126
Attack Defense Speed
94 105 87
Dropped Item magic beast hide (1/8)
sacred claws (1/64)
Locations Lonely Coast
Bloomingdale
Grotto
Skills Feel the Burn
Bestiary # 081
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Description They're not just razor-taloned terrors, their tension also increases every time they're attacked. Handle with care.

They bring out their eye colour by accessorizing matching grey boots and mini-dresses with striking blue belts.

Tearwolf[edit]

Tearwolves are orange bipedal wolfmen with blue tunics and boots.


Tearwolf
File:Werewolf.gif
HP MP Experience Gold
60 0 40 155
Attack Defense Speed
86 70 45
Game Dragon Quest
Console NES


Tearwolf
Werewolfsnes.gif
HP MP Experience Gold
60 0 155
Attack Defense Speed
45
Game Dragon Quest
Console SNES


Tearwolf
HP MP Experience Gold
60 0 95 155
Attack Defense Speed
80 65 45
Game Dragon Quest
Console GBC



#126 - Tearwolf
File:Dq9werewolf.png
HP MP Experience Gold
136 44 730 140
Attack Defense Speed
121 125 112
Dropped Item Magic beast hide (common, 1/8)
Cloak of evasion (rare, 1/64)
Locations Snowberia
Snowberian Coast
Hermany (high ground)
Djust Desert (high ground)
Grotto
Skills Feel the Burn
Bestiary # 126
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Description Ultimate assassins of the wolf family, their claws are razor-sharp and lightning-fast, and they love to Feel the Burn.

Often unable to find food due to severe snow blindless, they're always famished, and short of fuse as a result.
Additional Attributes
Fire Ice Wind Earth Light Dark
100 100 100 100 100 100
Blast Dazzle Sleep Death Drain MP Confusion
100 0 0 0 100 0
Fizzle Inaction Paralyze Poison Charm Magic Res
0 0 0 0 0 0


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