|Dragon Quest monster
Art by Akira Toriyama
|Dragon Quest VIII
At first glance, frogfaces are just magenta-colored frogs with two horns poking up from behind their heads. However, once attacked, they will turn around and reveal the yellow-eyed, blue-tongued face on their backs. If attacked again, they will turn back around to being primarily frogs. As they first appear, frogfaces pose no true threat. They can only execute a weak attack or runaway while acting as frogs. It is when the back-situated face is shown that the monster becomes dangerous: its basic attack becomes much stronger and it gains the ability to cast spells and use breath attacks. The frogface and its amphibious brethren are part of the bug family in their debut title, oddly enough, but are members of the demon family in the Monsters games due to their faces.
Frogfaces appear primarily in the Alexandria Region, notably within the Tower of Alexandra. Because of the threat they can pose to low-leveled characters, especially after being provoked into showing their second faces, it is wise to try and defeat them in a single blow by either using strong abilities or psyching up to bolster attacks that normally wouldn't cut it.
Frogfaces make their second appearance, this time with their backs always facing in battle.
|Two faces can be better than one, providing they can both breathe underwater.
|Spears, Whips, Claws, Staves
|Vulnerable to Frizz, Dazzleproof
|Lump wizard x Khalamari kid
|Whips, Spears, Claws
|Vulnerable to Frizz, Immune to Dazzle
|Heedoo voodoo x Cheeky tiki
Dracky x Drohl drone
Frogface appeared in the standard card pack as a 1★ rarity common monster. As a reference to its original appearance, it would gain 5 attack power if it is in the back row.