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Beakons are bird-like monsters with long spindly legs and no wings, introduced in Dragon Quest III. They can attack twice per turn.


Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation[edit]

Beakon (おおくちばし Ōkuchibashi)DQ3-SNES-LOGO-ICON.png
Original (NES)
Sprite Level HP MP
Greatbeak DQIII NES.gif 18 43 0
Attack Defense Agility Experience Gold
55 43 24 175 24
Bestiary No. #057
Spell(s) None
Skill(s) Acts twice per turn
Location(s) Tower of Transcendence
Item Dropped Seed of Wisdom164
Evasion Fire Resistance * Crack Resistance * Woosh Resistance *
064 0% 0% 0%
Zap Resistance * Drain Magic Resistance Whack Resistance * Kamikazee Resistance
0% 100% 25% 0%
Poof Resistance Fuddle Resistance Snooze Resistance Dazzle Resistance
100% 0% 25% 25%
Fizzle Resistance Sap Resistance * Deceleratle Resistance *
100% 25% 25%
Remakes sprites

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies[edit]

#070 - Beakon
Beakon IX.png
HP MP Experience Gold
65 9 153 78
Attack Defense Speed
68 65 68
Dropped Item Chimaera wing
Locations Lonely Plains
Family Bird family
Bestiary # 070
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Description Barbaric birds that attack twice with deadly drumsticks and cry cacophonously to creep out foes and call forth friends.

Dragon Quest X[edit]

Dragon Quest of the Stars[edit]


Pun on "beak" and "beacon". Its Japanese name, ōkuchibashi, literally means "large beak" or "giant beak".


All three Beakon types are exaggerated parodies of the Phorusrhacidae family of flightless birds. More commonly know as terror birds, these walking hatchets possessed enormous beaks and existed as apex predators in the plains of South America roughly 2 million years ago in the Cenozoic era.

Similar species[edit]