Treevil

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The Treevil is a recurring monster that was introduced in Dragon Quest II.

Characteristics[edit]

The treevil is a bizarrely colored conifer that wandered into the human world from the depths of demonic lands. Despite these infernal origins, they prove to cherish camaraderie and will bring back fallen friends with a loan of their leaves.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest II[edit]

Treevil (ウドラー Woodler)DQ2-SNES-LOGO-ICON.PNG
Original (NES)
Sprite HP MP Attack
DW2 Evil tree.png 63 Infinite 72
Defense Agility Experience Gold
27 45 67 45
Abilities Weird Dance
Fizzle
Flee
Location(s) Dirkandor region
Zahan region
Burrowell region
Item Dropped Holy water
Evasion Fire Resistance * Dazzle Resistance Snooze Resistance
? ? ? ?
Thwack Resistance Fizzle Resistance Kasap Resistance
? ? ?
Remakes (SNES, GBC, Mobile)
Sprites HP MP Attack
DQII evil tree.png 63 4 72
Defense Agility Experience Gold
27 38 95 67
Abilities Weird Dance
Fizzle
Flee
Location(s) Dirkandor region
Zahan region
Burrowell region
Item Dropped Holy water
Evasion Fire Resistance * Dazzle Resistance Snooze Resistance
? ? ? ?
Thwack Resistance Fizzle Resistance Kasap Resistance
? ? ?



Dragon Quest VIII[edit]

Treevil (ウドラー Woodler)DQ8-LOGO-ICON.png
Original (PS2)
Sprite HP MP Attack
DQVIII PS2 Treevil.png 109 0 97
Defense Agility Experience Gold
94 52 94 27
Bestiary no. 101
Family Plant
In-game description Said to carry Yggdrasil leaves in their treetops, these monsters have the ability to resurrect fallen comrades.
Spell(s) None
Skill(s) Weirder Dance
Use Yggdrasil leaf
Flee
Location(s) Baccarat Region
Item(s) dropped Strong medicine164
Yggdrasil leaf1256
Evasion Attack Resistance Frizz Resistance * Sizz Resistance *
164 0% 0% 0%
Fire Breath
Resistance
*
Bang Resistance * Woosh Resistance * Crack Resistance *
0% 0% 50% 25%
Ice breath
Resistance
*
Strike/Rock Resistance * Zap Resistance * Drain Magic Resistance
25% 0% 0% 100%
Whack Resistance * Poison Resistance * Paralysis Resistance * Fuddle Resistance *
50% 15% 50% 100%
Snooze resistance * Dazzle Resistance Fizzle Resistance Ban Dance Resistance
50% 15% 100% 15%
Stun Resistance * Sap Resistance * Army Resistance *
50% 15% 0%
Remake (3DS, Mobile)
Sprite Notable Changes
None



Dragon Quest IX[edit]

#110 - Treevil
DQIX Treevil.png
HP MP Experience Gold
111 14 600 106
Attack Defense Speed
101 101 99
Dropped Item Superior medicine (common, 1/16)
Coagulant (rare, 1/64)
Locations Urdus Marshland
Iluugazar Plains
Mt. Ulbaruun
Newid Isle (high ground)
Lonely Coast (high ground)
Grotto
Skills Weird Dance
Use Yggdrasil leaf
Family Plant
Bestiary # 110
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Romanized Jap. Woodler
Description They keep Yggdrasil leaves concealed in their canopies to bring back their buddies. Fry them with fire fast.

They love a party, and enjoy nothing more than standing in a big circle of a hundred or more friends doing the Weird Dance.

Dragon Quest X[edit]

Dragon Quest Heroes II: Twin Kings and the Prophecy's End[edit]

Treevil (ウドラー Udoraa)DQHII Logo.png
Model Experience Gold Marked Version?
Treevil DQH2.png 848 90g Yes
List No. 063
Field Notes Wicked woodland wariors who usher their enemies into the hereafter with a deadly Death Dane. They're actually very friend-focused, and dream of holding forest fetes so all their mates can dance together.
Location(s) Battle of the Great Divide (N), Battle of the Great Divide (S) (B1)
Item(s) Dropped Deadwood, Block-it locket


Dragon Quest Builders[edit]

Treevil DQB-LOGO-ICON.png
Chapter 1
HP Attack Defense Item(s) Dropped
60 11 3 Tainted tree (★★☆) , twisted tree trunk (★☆☆)
Location(s)
Poisonous swamp
Chapter 2
HP Attack Defense Item(s) Dropped
423 36 11 Plumberry (★★★), dead tree (★☆☆)
Location(s)
All swampy areas
Final Chapter
HP Attack Defense Item(s) Dropped
106 36 40 Tainted tree (★★☆), twisted tree trunk (★☆☆)
Location(s)
Green teleportal
Sprite DQB Treevil.png



Etymology[edit]

  • Japanese: Udoraa (ウドラー) may be derived from Udo, the Japanese name for the Aralia cordata species of plant, which has medicinal uses, or it may be derived from the English word wood, and a resulting interpretation of this monster's name is "Woodler".

Related Monsters[edit]