Dirty dogu

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The Dirty dogu is a material monster made of clay, given life through magic. Fully aware of the soft nature of its substance, it casts Buff to bolster its defenses.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen[edit]

Dirty dogu DQIV Logo.png
Original (NES)
Sprite HP MP Attack
Dirtydogu DQIV NES.gif 15 3 17
Defense Agility Experience Gold
15 5 12 17
Bestiary No. 048
Spell(s) Buff
Skill(s) None
Location(s)
Item Dropped Magic water(164)
Evasion Frizz Resistance * Sizz Resistance * Bang Resistance *
064 0% 0% 0%
Crack Resistance * Woosh Resistance * Zap Resistance * Whack Resistance *
25% 0% 0% 75%
Kamikazee Bracer Resistance Poof Resistance Snooze Resistance Fuddle Resistance
0% 100% 75% 0%
Dazzle Resistance Fizzle Resistance Drain Magic Resistance Sap Resistance *
25% 0% 100% 25%
Remakes (PSX, DS, Mobile)
Sprites Notable Changes
Dirty dogu ds.png None


Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past[edit]

Dirty dogu
DQ7-PSX-LOGO-ICON.png
Remake exclusive (3DS)
Sprite HP MP Attack Defense
15 3 17 15
Agility Experience Gold Tame Rate
5 18 26 1/32
Bestiary No. DLC #097
Spell(s) Buff
Skill(s) None
Location(s) Puppeteer's Palace
Tower of Terrible Trials
Item(s) Dropped Magic Water132
Evasion Frizz Resistance * Sizz Resistance * Fire Breath Resistance *
064 0% 0% 0%
Bang Resistance * Crack Resistance * Ice Breath Resistance * Woosh Resistance *
0% 25% 25% 0%
Strike/Rock Resistance * Zap Resistance * Drain Magic Resistance * Whack Resistance *
0% 0% 100% 50%
Poof Resistance * Poison Resistance * Burning Breath Resistance Fuddle Resistance *
100% 0% 50% 100%
Snooze Resistance * Dazzle Resistance * Fizzle Resistance * Ban Dance Resistance
50% 15% 0% 100%
Stun Resistance * Sap Resistance * Army Resistance *
0% 15% 0%


Dragon Quest X[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A Dogu (土偶) is a clay figure made during the Jomon period of Japanese history, ranging from approximately 14,000 to 400 BC. In addition to their archeological significance, they have entered pop culture thanks to ufologist Eric Von Daniken dedicated a chapter to them in his 1968 book, Chariots of the Gods. The presumption being that the unusual shape of the humanoid figures owns to them depicting people wearing complex space suits.

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