Seasaur (Vocation)

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The Seasaur is a monster class available in the game Dragon Quest VII.

Description[edit]

The Seasaur is a massive Elasmosaurus that feeds on sailors. This monster class offers a moderate increase to strength and Max HP and moderate to severe drops to all other categories.

Requirements[edit]

To become a Seasaur, the character needs to master the Nostso Macho, Lips, and Jawtoise classes. A Seasaur heart can also be obtained in battle by fighting the species in the Ocean and the Cathedral of Blight but only the path available when using the Water Amulet.

Upon mastering the class, characters will receive a weak resistance to fire breath, ice breath, and sap, as well as a strong resistance to woosh and all other status ailments aside from poison, which they become immune to.


Stat Changes[edit]

Statistics Change
Battles to Master 200
Strength +15%
Agility Null
Resilience -10%
Wisdom -20%
Style -30%
Max HP +10%
Max MP -20%
Mastery Bonus +15 Bonus to Strength

Abilities[edit]

Level Title Learns Battles Needed Target Info MP
1 Drip
/Puddler
Nothing 0
2 Puddle-Jumper
/PondScum
Chilly Breath 13 All Enemies Causes ~55 HP in ice damage 0
3 Paddler
/PondLord
Nothing 26
4 Wader
/LaGoon
Body Slam 52 One Enemy Reduces the user and the enemy to 20% HP if successful 0
5 Swimmer
/SeaMonster
Nothing 83
6 Diver
/EatPirate
Inferno 130 All Enemies Causes ~70 HP in fire damage 0
7 Deep-sea Diver
/Kraken
Nothing 150
8 Lord of the Ocean
/Leviathan
Freezing Blizzard 200 All Enemies Causes ~130 HP in ice damage 0

Trivia[edit]

The PSX accolade for rank 7, Kraken, is a mythological Scandinavian monster. Its common perception is that it is an octopus/squid monster able to sink a ship due to its sheer size.

the rank 8 accolade, Leviathan, is mentioned in the book of Job in the Old Testament. God asks Job if he is able to hook Leviathan like a fish and tie down its tongue with a rope to demonstrate the powerlessness of Job. In modern demonology, Leviathan is associated with the sin of envy.