Djinn genie (vocation)

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The Djinn Genie is an available monster vocation in the game Dragon Quest VII.


The Djinn Genie is a portly parody of the common perception of genies. This monster vocation offers a sharp increase in strength but a slight drop in Resilience and Style. At rank 8, characters will gain a weak resistance to all elements except breath attacks and strike-rock skills, and a strong resistance to all status ailments.


In order to become a Djinn genie, a character must first master the Malevolantern and Barbatos classes. A player can also obtain a Djinn genie heart from battling a the species in the Cave to Another World. However, the only way a player can fight one is by allowing a Vigilantern to summon a Djinn genie. In the Nintendo 3DS version, it is also possible for Lover lamps to summon Djinn genies.

Stat Changes[edit]

Statistics Change
Battles to Master 220
Strength +30%
Agility +10%
Resilience -5%
Wisdom Null
Style -10%
Max HP +10%
Max MP Null
Mastery Bonus +20 Bonus to Strength


Level Title
Learns Battles Needed Target Info MP
1 Genie in a Bottle
Nothing 0
2 Juvenile Djinn
Oomph 25 One Ally Doubles the attack of one ally for a couple of turns 6
3 Errand Boy
Absorb Magic 50 Self Absorbs the MP from one magic spell cast against the user 0
4 Wish Granter
Insulatle 80 All Allies Reduces the damage of fire and ice attacks 3
5 Deal Maker
Hocus Pocus 135 Random Random Effects, good, bad or neutral 20
6 Fate Changer
Call to Arms 165 All Enemies Summons an army to attack all enemies. Four attacks. Cost of the attack is the caster's gold times 50. 0
7 Djinn General
Backdraft 173 Self Reflects fire and ice breath once 0
8 Giant Among Genies
Scorch 220 All Enemies Causes ~160 HP in fire damage to all enemies 0


  • The accolades for the Budoo in the PSX version come from the Qur'anic tradition and many Arabic stories.
    • Ampharool is a genie described in the medieval grimoire The Book of Power who presided over the power to travel instantly from one place to another by magic. He was called the "King of the Genies of Flying" by King Solomon.
    • The Djinn is an alternate spelling for Genie.
    • Shaitan is another word for the devil of Islam, also known as Iblis. The root of the word can be used as an adjective or an noun. As an adjective, it can mean adversarial. As a noun, it can mean mischief. Shaitan is related to the word Satan of Christian tradition.
    • The Efreet, also spelled Ifrit, are another class of Djinn that are associated with the underworld.
    • The Marid is a djinn associated with the open waters and seas.
  • The name Djinn genie may be a reference to "The Jean Genie", a song by David Bowie.
    • The Djinn genie's first rank may be a reference to "Genie in a Bottle", a song by pop singer Christina Aguilera.