Confusion (混乱) is a recurring status ailment in the series. Those affected become disorientated, often being unable to tell friend from foe or wasting a turn. The effect is most often caused by the Fuddle, Kafuddle, and Confusion Attack abilities . Additionally, the Siren sword can confuse foes--when used as an item in III and with a 25% chance upon each attack in all other games.
Confusion will always wear off after a number of turns, but players can snap their comrades out of their bewilderment faster by the use of Lucida shards, the Sobering Slap skill, and the Defuddle spell. Additionally, armor such as the Golden Tiara can greatly reduce the chance of becoming confused altogether.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line
- 1.2 Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation
- 1.3 Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen
- 1.4 Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride
- 1.5 Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
- 1.6 Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past
- 1.7 Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
- 1.8 Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
- 1.9 Dragon Quest X
- 1.10 Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
Fuddle makes it's first appearance in the series, and targets one person when used by the party or by monsters. Those afflicted with not use any spells if attacking their allies.
Confusion acts as it did in the previous game.
The range of Fuddle has been expanded to cover one enemy group when cast by the player, improving the utility of confusion considerably. Oddly, the monster version of the spell still only targets one party member. In addition to magic, skills will not be used when bewildered.
The siren sword now has a 25% chance to inflict confusion on an enemy when attacking. The Cherub chime item will sober up a character when used in battle.
The chance to miss the enemy outright has been added to the list of actions, reducing the danger of the state.
Rude Awakening is added as a skill players can learn, and the mermaid moon accessory removes the effect when used as an item in battle.
The Perfect Panacea item introduced in the game removes confusion, presumably due to intense bitterness.
Sobering Slap makes it's debut, and the Cherub Chime returns after a long absence.
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