Xenlon

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Xenlon is an additional post-game boss made for the Super Famicom, Game Boy Color, and mobile remakes of Dragon Quest III. She is a green eastern dragon of immense age and magical capability, granting wishes to those able to best her in battle. Xenlon later appeared in the Dragon Quest Monsters series as one of the most difficult monsters to recruit.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation[edit]

Xenlon's existence is alluded to three times in the game after Zoma is defeated: the first by the Aliahan castle scientist who is researching the fable of a wish granting dragon, the hint-giving prisoner in the same castle, and by a faerie standing next to the pillar of light in the Castle of the Dragon Queen.

She is found at the top of the castle in the sky, sleeping at the summit. She can be battled multiple times in order for a wish to be granted, though she will express annoyance at meeting the party again after the first wish has been granted and enforce a turn limit of 25. Despite this initial irritation, Xenlon will be positively thrilled if she can be bested under her strict turn limit and thank the player for an exhilarating battle. Upon beating her, she will transport the party to the outside of the Castle of the Dragon Queen whether a wish is made or not.

Battle[edit]

Xenlon DQ3-SNES-LOGO-ICON.png
Original (NES)
Sprite Level HP MP
Xenlon.png 63 7300 255
Attack Defense Agility Experience Gold
400 350 255 50000 0
Bestiary No. 143
Spell(s) Kaboom
Skill(s) Acts twice per turn (33%)
Chews character (204~311)
Disruptive Wave
Flops onto party (136~207)
Freezing Blizzard
Scorch
Glaring balefully (Lullab-Eye)
Location(s) Cloudsgate Citadel
Item Dropped Seed of Strength132
Evasion Fire Resistance * Crack Resistance * Woosh Resistance *
064 0% 0% 0%
Zap Resistance * Drain Magic Resistance Whack Resistance * Kamikazee Resistance
0% 100% 100% 100%
Poof Resistance Fuddle Resistance Snooze Resistance Dazzle Resistance
100% 100% 100% 100%
Fizzle Resistance Sap Resistance * Deceleratle Resistance *
100% 100% 100%
Remakes (SNES, GBC, Mobile)
Sprites Notable Changes
Xenlon.png None



This divine dragon is by far the strongest foe in the game, and will make Zoma look like a chump. She has immunity to every status debuff, and even Drain Magic, so the only way to approach this fight is with a full frontal assault with Oomph and Falcon Blades. Her specific action attacks like chewing on a character will ignore defence, so don't even bother with Kabuff. Instead, keep Acceleratele up at all times to make life easier for healers. Also, because Xenlon only has one spell and an equal chance to use any of her actions, Insulatle is a better idea than Bounce.

On the bright side, Xenlon has no resistances to offensive spells, meaning that if the hero has enough MP, the player can cast Kazap over and over again to whittle down her health. Magi and Sages should only cast Kafrizzle when healing and buffing have already been covered for the turn.

Dragon Quest Monsters[edit]

Divinegon DWM Logo.png
Sprite Level cap * HP growth MP growth
Divinegon.png 70 5/5 5/5
Strength growth Resilience growth Wisdom growth Agility growth
5/5 3/5 5/5 3/5
Family Dragon
In-game description If you defeat it, your wish will be granted
Abilities FrigidAir, Meditate, BigBang
Habitat Only obtainable through breeding
Breeding chart SkyDragon x Orochi
Frizz Resistance * Sizz Resistance * Fire Breath Resistance * Bang Resistance *
Strong Immune Immune Immune
Crack Resistance * Ice Breath Resistance * Woosh Resistance * Rock/Army Resistance *
Strong Strong Strong Strong
Zap Resistance * Gigaslash Resistance Magic Burst Resistance Drain Magic Resistance *
Strong Strong Weak Strong
Whack Resistance * Kamikazee Resistance * Poison Resistance * Paralysis Resistance *
Strong Immune Strong Immune
Fuddle Resistance * Snooze Resistance * Dazzle Resistance * Fizzle Resistance
Immune Strong Strong Strong
Ban Dance Resistance Gobstopper Resistance Stun Resistance * Sap Resistance *
Strong Strong Strong Strong
Decelerate Resistance * Curse Resistance
Strong Strong



Dragon Quest Monsters 2[edit]

Divinegon DWM2 Taras Adventure Logo.png
Sprite Level cap * HP growth MP growth
Divinegon 1.png 70 8/10 8/10
Strength growth Resilience growth Wisdom growth Agility growth
8/10 7/10 7/10 5/10
Family Dragon
In-game description
Abilities BigBang, FrigidAir, Meditate
Habitat
Breeding chart SkyDragon x Orochi, Serpentia
Frizz Resistance * Sizz Resistance * Fire Breath Resistance * Bang Resistance *
Strong Immune Immune Immune
Crack Resistance * Ice Breath Resistance * Woosh Resistance * Rock/Army Resistance *
Strong Strong Strong Strong
Water Resistance * Zap Resistance * Gigaslash Resistance Magic Burst Resistance
Weak Strong Strong Weak
Drain Magic Resistance * Whack Resistance * Kamikazee Resistance * Poison Resistance *
Strong Strong Immune Strong
Paralysis Resistance * Fuddle Resistance * Snooze Resistance * Dazzle Resistance *
Immune Immune Strong Strong
Fizzle Resistance Ban Dance Resistance Gobstopper Resistance Stun Resistance *
Strong Strong Strong Strong
Sap Resistance * Decelerate Resistance * Curse Resistance
Strong Strong Strong



Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart[edit]

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2[edit]

Xenlon
Family Dragon
Rank X
Size M
Weapons Claws, Staves
Traits Big Hitter, Zapmeister, Tactical Genius
Resistances Immune to Whack, Poison, Gobstopper, Confusion, Inaction, Paralysis, and Sleep
Skill Breath
Location -
Breeding chart Boreal serpent x Ethereal serpent x Alabast dragon x Orochi


Trivia[edit]

  • In Dragon Quest III, due to Monster Medals being saved automatically, the player can save wishes by defeating her and getting all of her sets of medals, then resetting the game.
  • This character is likely a tribute to Akira Toriyama's Dragon God Shenron. Not only do they look extremely similar (the only differences being Shenron's glowing red eyes and Xenlon's purple accents), they also grant wishes. In addition, the kanji for Shenron's name in Dragon Ball is 神龍 (meaning "god dragon"), which can be read as "shen long" in Mandarin Chinese (which, when the Chinese reading is said aloud by a Japanese person, becomes "シェンロン shenron" - the same as his name in Dragon Ball), whereas it is read as "しんりゅう shinryū" in Japanese, the same as Xenlon's name in the Japanese version of Dragon Quest.

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