It is depicted as a single fireball that attacks the enemy. With the powered-up versions of Frizz, the fireball grows larger and the damage is more devastating.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Dragon Quest III
- 1.2 Dragon Quest IV
- 1.3 Dragon Quest V
- 1.4 Dragon Quest VI
- 1.5 Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past
- 1.6 Dragon Quest VIII
- 1.7 Dragon Quest IX
- 1.8 Dragon Quest X
- 1.9 Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
- 1.10 Dragon Quest Monsters
- 1.11 Dragon Quest Monsters 2
- 1.12 Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker
- 1.13 Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2
- 1.14 Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below
- 1.15 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- 2 Enemy versions
- 3 Battle Visuals
- 4 Gallery
Maya knows this spell at level 1. It costs her 2 mp to cast, and lets her burn an enemy for between 8~14 points of damage.
Hits between 12~15 points of damage and costs 2 mp to cast.
Ashlynn already knows this spell upon joining, and is the only party member to learn it. It allows her to hit one enemy for 11~15 damage and costs 2 mp as usual.
Jessica already knows this spell upon joining the party. The spell will deal 10~13 base damage, and cap at 21~24 when her wisdom reaches 77. Jessica uses this to burn the vines off of the library door in Trodain (while the curse is still active).
Frizz is automatically learned by Mages at level 1. It singes a single enemy with a small fireball for 2 MP, dealing 11~15 base damage and grows in strength when the caster's magical might reaches 50. Once the stat reaches 999, the spell will deal 98~102 damage.
Magi start off knowing the spell at level 1, and Dancers learn it at level 3. The damage formula is Magical Might x 0.227 +5.5, with a minimum and maximum damage range of 6~10 and 74~78, respectively. It costs 2 MP to cast.
Called Blaze in this game, this ability can be learned by various monsters. It requires the monster to be at least level 2, with at least 7 MP, and 20 intelligence. It grows into Blazemore when the monster reaches at least level 13 with at least 46 MP and 64 intelligence. It is naturally learned by the 1EyeClown, Demonite, FireWeed, GateGuard, Jamirus, LavaMan, MadCandle, Metaly, Mimic, Mirudraas and Servant.
Frizz singes a single enemy with a small fireball. It costs 2 MP to cast and can be learned from:
- Diabolist (4 points)
- Fire (3 points)
- Fire Fighter (4 points)
- Frizz & Bang (3 points)
- Frizz & Woosh (3 points)
- Frizz & Zam (2 points)
- Frizz & Zap (3 points)
- Hawkhart (5 points)
- Muspell (4 points)
- Slimer (2 points)
Frizz can still be learned from all the same skills as in the previous game, as well as with 3 points in Frizz & Sizz.
Frizz is the main offensive spell that Bianca can cast in battle. She shoots a small fireball for 4 MP. As her level increases, she can upgrade the spell and also cast Frizzle and Kafrizz by charging up Frizz.
Frizz appears as the Hero's neutral special move in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and costs 6 MP to cast. It is a quick, but weak, fireball that travels forward and deals 9% damage upon impact. The heat of the spell dissipates the further it travels, singing for only 6% at it's longest range before snuffing out altogether. It can be charged up and turned into Frizzle and Kafrizz, much like Robin's Thunder tomes.
The foe's fireball will deal 7~12 damage in its first appearance and stuck with that simmer until VIII, where it would weaken to 6~9 damage. Beginning with IX, frizz deals 7~10 damage.
The Luminary casting Frizz on a Mimic in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate