|Dragon Quest Monster|
Art by Akira Toriyama
|First Appearance||Dragon Quest II|
- 1 Characteristics
- 2 Appearances
- 3 Monsters series
- 4 Related Monsters
- 5 Gallery
Bubble slimes are, as their name would suggest, relatives of slimes but are more fluid and green by comparison. They also appear to be perpetually bubbling, though the bubbles appear to hang in place instead of being constantly produced.
Normally stronger than standard slimes, bubble slimes are also poisonous; the very first monster in the entire series capable of inflicting poison on players' characters. This poisoning ability tends to make bubble slimes more of a nuisance than a substantial threat, assuming the player is well-stocked and at an appropriate level.
|#5 - Bubble slime|
|Dropped Item||Antidote Herb|
|Locations|| Burland outskirts|
Strathbaile (Chapter 1)
Cave North of Lakanaba
Desert (Chapter 5)
Endor outskirts (Chapter 5)
|Game||Dragon Quest IV|
|#10 - Bubble Slime|
|Dropped Item||Antidotal herb|
|Locations|| Roundbeck area (G1)|
Uptaten Towers area (G1)
Talon Tower area
|Game||Dragon Quest V|
|#16 - Bubble slime|
|Dropped Item|| Antidotal herb (common, 1/8)|
Slimedrop (rare, 1/8)
|Locations||Western Stornway, Zere area (southern), Angel Falls area (high ground)|
|Game||Dragon Quest IX|
|Description|| Game description: Everything these sithering slimes touch is poisoned, so take heed and have some antidotal herbs or a Squelch spell on hand.
Guide description: After a day off spent relaxing in a poisonous pool to invigorate their venomousness, they bubble much more brightly.
|Spells||PoisonHit, Surround, EerieLite|
|Game||Dragon Quest Monsters|
|Locations||Breed a member of the Slime Family with a GiantMoth, Poisongon, or any member of the Zombie Family|
|Spells||PoisonHit, EerieLite, Surround|
|Game||Dragon Quest Monsters 2|
Bubble slimes are a rank F monster in the slime family and can be found in the shrine on Palaish Isle. }}
The bubble slime is a Rank F monster in Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2.
Bubbilly appears to be a bubble slime.