Boomerang (weapon)

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Boomerang
Boomerang.png
Kana ブーメラン
Old localizations Wooden boomerang
Boomerang
Found in See article
Buy for various, see article
Sell for various, see article
Effect Targets all foes


The boomerang is a recurring weapon in the Dragon Quest franchise. It hits all enemies in battle and is usually the weakest boomerang in the game.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest III remakes[edit]

The boomerang has an attack bonus of +19. It can be equipped by the hero, mages, thieves, dealers, and jesters.

Dragon Quest IV[edit]

It's available for shops for 350 Gold Coins, and has the attack bonus of +18. In the Sony PlayStation and Nintendo DS Version it's replaced by the Hunter's bow as the boomerang only targeted a single enemy originally.

Dragon Quest V[edit]

The boomerang has an attack bonus of +15 and now targets all monsters.

Dragon Quest VI[edit]

Dragon Quest VII[edit]

The boomerang has an attack bonus of +15 and a style bonus of +5. It can only be equipped by the Hero and Ruff. It can be bought at Frobisher and Greenthumb Gardens in the past for 650 gold and sold for 325.

Dragon Quest VIII[edit]

The boomerang has an attack bonus of +19. It can be equipped by the Hero and Morrie. It can be purchased in Farebury and Alexandria for 420 gold. The boomerang can also be upgraded into the reinforced boomerang using the Alchemy Pot by combining it with an iron nail.

Dragon Quest IX[edit]

As its simple name and typical appearance would suggest, the Boomerang is the weakest and most basic Boomerang-class weapon in the game. It grants an Attack boost of 13, and can be purchased for 750 coins and sold for 375 coins. As a very basic weapon, the Boomerang can be upgraded into a Reinforced Boomerang (which has double the Attack boost) through Alchemy, which can be further upgraded into the Crucerang. Like all Boomerang-class weapons, the Boomerang will strike all enemies in battle when attacked with, but the damage diminishes for each enemy to the right of the leftmost foe, resulting in the rightmost enemies in large groups taking very little damage.

Dragon Quest X[edit]

Dragon Quest XI[edit]

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