Wild carrot

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The Wild carrot is a violent vegetable that first appeared in the sixth game in the series, and went on to be a stable of the Nature family in the Monsters spin off series.


Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation

Due to a programming oversight, the wild carrot is vulnerable to Flying Knee despite having no capability for flight at all. This humorous oddity was retained for the DS and Mobile versions.

Wild carrot DQVI Logo.png
Original (SFC)
Sprite HP * MP Attack Defense
DQVI Dancing carrot sprite.png 44 0 62 34
Agility Experience * Gold Tame Rate
58 57 68 NA
Bestiary No. 048
Spell(s) None
Skill(s) Weirder Dance
Item(s) Dropped Antidotal herb1128
Evasion Frizz Resistance * Sizz Resistance * Fire Breath Resistance *
0% 0% 0% 0%
Bang Resistance * Crack Resistance * Ice Breath Resistance * Woosh Resistance *
0% 25% 25% 25%
Strike/Rock Resistance * Zap Resistance * Drain Magic Resistance * Whack Resistance *
0% 25% 100% 15%
Poof Resistance * Poison Resistance * Burning Breath Resistance Fuddle Resistance *
80% 0% 0% 50%
Snooze Resistance * Dazzle Resistance * Fizzle Resistance Ban Dance Resistance
15% 50% 100% 15%
Stun Resistance * Sap Resistance * Army Resistance *
0% 0% 0%
Remakes (DS, Mobile)
Sprites Notable Changes

Dragon Quest Monsters

Wildcarrot DQM GBC.png
HP MP Experience Gold
3/5 4/5
Attack Defense Speed
1/5 2/5 3/5
Locations Gate of Demolition
Spells SideStep
Family Plant
Game Dragon Quest Monsters
Console GBC
Description Its bad balance forces it to walk like it's dancing

DanceVegis can be bred with a combination of any member of the Plant family as the pedigree and a Facer as a mate.

Dragon Quest Monsters 2

Dragon Quest Monsters 2 3DS remake


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