Frizzle is a recurring offensive spell in the Dragon Quest series. It is an intermediate-level spell that roasts a single enemy with a cannonball-sized flare, and is often learned by magi and mage-like characters.
- 1 Appearances
- 2 Enemy versions
- 3 Battle Visuals
- 4 Gallery
Maya learns this spell at level 19. Singes an enemy for 4 mp, and deals between 70~90 damage.
Torches an enemy for 4 mp and deals between 70~90 damage.
This spell is granted by the fifth rank of the Mage vocation, and features the same parameters as before.
Jessica learns this spell at level 21 and can cast it for 4 MP. It deals 56~72 base damage, and will deal 104~120 damage once her wisdom surpasses 200
Learned by Mage at level 30 Roasts a single enemy with a large fireball for 4 MP. It deals 70~80 base damage, and will steadily grow once the caster's magical might surpasses 100. The cap for this spell is 190~210.
Magi will learn Frizzle once they reach level 28, and it costs 6 MP to cast. Damage is calculated as Magical Might x 0.305 + 32.9, raising the base range of 58~66 to 180~188 once the caster's magical power passes 496.
Called Blazemore in this game, it is an upgraded form of Blaze. Blaze will grow into Blazemore when the monster reaches at least level 13 with at least 46 MP and 64 intelligence. Blazemore grows into Blazemost when the monster reaches at least level 28 with at least 112 MP and 146 intelligence.
Blazemore now requires 116 intelligence to learn and 263 intelligence to upgrade.
Frizzle appears as the Hero's neutral special move in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It is a more powerful version of the Frizz spell that is launched after a brief charge period, and can be charged up further to turn into Kafrizz. Frizzle costs 16 MP, and sends out two intertwining fireballs that deal 9% damage each. Each volley counts as a separate projectile, meaning opponents and block one and be hit with the other under the right circumstances. This is a reference to the spell's original depiction in Dragon Quest V, VI, and the 16-bit remake of III wherein it was animated as two shots of Frizz fired at the same enemy.
The enemy version of the spell dealt 52~62 damage, and remained that way until VIII, where it inflicted 42~49 damage. In IX, frizzle deals 52~71 damage.