Belisha beakon

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Belisha beakons are an enemy first encountered in Dragon Quest III. They are blue Beakons that have picked up wind magic to attack multiple prey at once.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest III[edit]

Blue Beak (アカイライ Akairai)DQ3-SNES-LOGO-ICON.png
Original (NES)
Sprite Level HP MP
Belisha Beakon DQIII NES.png 23 60 16
Attack Defense Agility Experience Gold
60 52 33 372 32
Bestiary No. 076
Spell(s) Woosh
Skill(s) Occasionally acts twice per turn
Location(s) Persistence region
Item Dropped Words of Wisdom (1/2048)
Evasion Fire Resistance * Crack Resistance * Woosh Resistance *
064 0% 0% 25%
Zap Resistance * Drain Magic Resistance Whack Resistance * Kamikazee Resistance
0 0% 25% 0%
Poof Resistance Fuddle Resistance Snooze Resistance Dazzle Resistance
100% 0% 25% 25%
Fizzle Resistance Sap Resistance * Deceleratle Resistance *
25% 25% 0%
Remakes (SNES, GBC, Mobile)
Sprites Notable Changes
Belishabeakonsnes.png No longer drops the Words of Wisdom



Dragon Quest IX[edit]

#193 - Belisha beakon
Belisha beakon IX.png
HP MP Experience Gold
136 10 1460 104
Attack Defense Speed
146 143 167
Dropped Item Crimson coral (common, 1/32)
Red tights (rare, 1/64)
Locations Realm of the Mighty
Ondor Cliffs (high ground)
Grotto
Skills Attacks twice per turn
Call for backup
Spells Swoosh
Family Bird family
Bestiary # 193
Game Dragon Quest IX
Console DS
Description Their whirlwind speed allows them to attack twice per turn, wards off wind spells and makes them masters of Swoosh.
Big fans of clean air and a fresh breeze, they are keen climbers, but don't care for Upover on account of its close climate.

Dragon Quest X[edit]

Etymology[edit]

An embellishment of the basic "beakon" pun, referring to Belisha beacons - the illuminated orange globes at the top of the black-and-white striped poles marking zebra crossings in the United Kingdom.

The Japanese name of the monster, "Akairai", is a reference to the Achaierai monster from the Dungeons & Dragons franchise.

Related Monsters[edit]

Origins[edit]

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.