Holy water

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(For the Dragon Quest VII that originally was localized as HolyWater, see Wholly holy water.
Holy water
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Japanese
Old localizations
Found in Dragon Quest
Dragon Quest II
Dragon Quest III
Dragon Quest IV
Dragon Quest V
Dragon Quest VI
Dragon Quest VII
Dragon Quest VIII
Effect Temporarily prevents random encounters.

Holy water, (also known as fairy water or repellent), is a repellent in the Dragon Quest series. It is used to avoid random encounters, simulating the Holy Protection spell. In Dragon Quest IV, it can be used to give minor damage to monsters in battle. In Dragon Quest IX, its function was altered slightly to simulate the Vanish ability.

Appearances

Dragon Quest

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Buy Sell Effect
38 gold*
12 gold*
19 gold When used in the field it will cause weak enemies to disappear for 127 steps. It has no effect if used in a dungeon. In the remakes only it can be used in battle to inflict 16 ~ 20 damage to an enemy.
Usable outside of battle? Usable in battle?
ICON-INFO-QUESTION.png Yes ICON-INFO-QUESTION.png Remakes only
Shop(s) Brecconary and Cantlin
Location(s) This item cannot be found in any location.
In-game description
Mobile ?


Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line

Starting from this game, Fairy water was sold in item shops. It costs 40 gold coins to buy.

Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation

Fairy water is sold for item shops for 20 gold coins and sold for 15.

Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen

The buying and selling price is the same as the previous game. Tessie sells this at Torneko's shop for 30 gold coins.

Captain N: The Game Master

Kevin Keene/Captain N and Princess Lana purchased this at the weapon shop along a map to the Cave of the Axe knight as they're the only thing left. Though the price for the water is unspecified, Kevin and Lana were able to get it for 6 Gold Coins as the shopkeeper considered it a hero's discount.

Unlike Dragon Quest, the effect of the water is that it can be used against evil magic. It's ultimately used to remove the Cursed necklace from Simon Belmont.

Description

GameDescription
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Wards off weaker monsters.[1]
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Wards off weaker monsters.[1]
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This wondrous water wards off weaker enemies for a wee while.[2]
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This wondrous water wards off weaker enemies for a wee while.[2]

Names in other languages

Language Translation Meaning
ICON-FLAG-ES.png EspañolAgua BenditaLiterally blessed water

Gallery

Reference

  1. 1.0 1.1 Mobile, Android and iOS version
  2. 2.0 2.1 Mobile, Android, iOS and Nintendo DS version