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The Drag-goof (formerly MadDragon / Mad Dragon due to display constraints) is a recurring monster in the Dragon Quest series. Introduced in Dragon Quest V, it is deranged-looking dragon.


The Drag-goof is awkward-looking, especially its head, an over-sized affair backed with four large horns and a face which consists of four large whiskers, widely spaced eyes looking off in opposite directions, and an open-mouthed grin that shows off its gums and gaped teeth. It has a somewhat prominent belly, small wings and forelimbs, and a thick, spiked tail. It is primarily blue in color with a yellow-white underbelly.


Dragon Quest V[edit]

#96 - Drag-goof
HP MP Experience Gold
125 0 127 45
Attack Defense Speed
99 65 53
Dropped Item Seed of wisdom
Locations Knot Welcome Inne
Gotha Pass
Gotha area
Skills Grab character
Capture Rate 1/16
Bestiary # 96
Game Dragon Quest V
Console SNES, PS2, DS, Mobile

Drag-goofs can first be encountered shortly after obtaining the ship, namely in the regions surrounding the Knot Welcome Inn. It is possible to recruit drag-goofs, the monsters having decent stats and access to breath attacks that can encumber and inflict damage.

Dragon Quest Monsters[edit]

Drag-goofs can be created by breeding any Dragon-family monster with a GulpBeast. Their default skills are Massacre, LureDance, and EvilSlash. They are known as Mad Dragons in this game, as well as in the sequel.

Dragon Quest Monsters 2[edit]

In addition to breeding a GulpBeast with a dragon, you can now also create a drag-goof by breeding a Gasgon with any beast monster. They have the same set of skills from the first game. Its blurb in the Library states that "Its power is best among dragons."

Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart[edit]

Related Monsters[edit]


The Drag-Goon (Boss Garm in fan-translations) is a somewhat stronger version of the Drag-goof, swapping blue for red. Typically appearing alongside strong monsters such as Hoodlums, Drag-Goons will attempt to dazzle the party by blowing up a cloud of sand. This, combined with their habit of fleeing, makes them an aggravating monster to deal with.

#120 - Drag-goon
HP MP Experience Gold
130 0 245 63
Attack Defense Speed
130 81 63
Dropped Item Paxa punch
Locations Knick-Knackatory
Central Continent
Ancient Ruins area (G3)
Diggery Pokery area
Skills Sandstorm
Bestiary # 120
Game Dragon Quest V
Console SNES, ps2, DS, Mobile