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Mountainmover is a spell in the Dragon Quest series. It impales a group of enemies with a series of stalactite skewers.

Localization history[edit]

ジバリーナ was first localized into English in 2017 as Mountainmover, debuting in Dragon Quest Heroes II: Twin Kings and the Prophecy's End and reappearing in Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age. In 2023 with the released of Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince, the spell would receive a second English name through Kacrag, better matching the series syntax established by Richard Honeywood.

Due to there being two sets of names for the same line of spells, this article will cover the instances in which the Mountainmover term is used along with the games featuring ジバリーナ that were not translated into English.


Dragon Quest X[edit]

The spell costs 16 MP and deals 130~150 Earth damage. It is learned by rangers at level 69.

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age[edit]

Erik learns Mountainmover at level 42, and it costs 20 MP to cast. It will cause damage to enemies just before they take action for three turns, dealing 96~120 base damage and reaching 188~212 once the former thief's magical might hits 200.

  • In the 3DS version the spell activates at the very beginning of combat, independent of turn order.

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3[edit]

Mountainmover costs 28 MP and will deal 114〜126 Earth damage to all enemies at the start of the next turn cycle.

Terry's Wonderland 3D & Iru and Luca's Marvelous Mysterious Key[edit]

Mountainmover has the same attributes as in Joker 3.

Dragon Quest Heroes II: Twin Kings and the Prophecy's End[edit]

Dragon Quest of the Stars[edit]

Mountainmover is an A-rank spell that deals major Earth-element spell damage to all enemies, has a CT of 40s (26s at max level) and can be obtained from the Falcon Knife Earrings.

Battle Visuals[edit]