The exotoga is on of the most powerful garments in the series, first appearing in Dragon Quest IX. It is the final form of the tropotoga and the most protective piece of clothing in the games it is available in, protecting the wearer from both elemental attacks and various negative status ailments.

Japanese そうてんのトーガ
Romaji Souten no toga
Old localizations N/A
Found in Dragon Quest IX
Dragon Quest XI
Effect Reduces elemental damage
Protects against status ailments


Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry SkiesEdit

The perfect protection against fire, ice, sleep, poison, and paralysis
Rarity Stats Vocations
★★★★★ Defence +75
Charm +115
-25% Blast/Lightning, Dark, Fire, Ice, & Wind damage
+35% Paralysis, Poison, & Snooze protection
Price Location
NA/27,000 Krak Pot
Ingredient 1 Ingredient 2 Ingredient 3
    x3   x3

This toga can only be created if an alchemiracle is performed, requiring the player's character to have a charm stat of 999 to obtain a 40% chance of generating the exotoga.

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive AgeEdit

A grand old garment of antiquity that provides protection from magical damage as well as poison, paralysis and sleep
Stats with forge buffs
Defence +120/126/132/138
-25% all elemental damage
+35% Paralysis, Poison, & Snooze protection
Price Location
N/A Fun-Size Forge
Forging difficulty
  x1   x2   x3   x3   x3

YeManifold Methods of Mighty Drustan


  • The exotoga is named after the exosphere, which is the uppermost layer of the Earth's atmosphere. It and the rest of the togas in its line are named after the various layers of the atmosphere.
  • The use of the word Souten (そうてん) in Japanese can be interpreted as the katakana spelling of two different kanji, being 蒼天 which means clear skies, and 早天 which describes the early dawn. The reference to the exosphere in the English localization pulls double-duty and refers to both kanji in that the exosphere is the first layer of the atmosphere to receive sunlight during dawn and is so thin that cloud formations cannot form at the layer and is thus "clear".