Seed of agility

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Seed of agility
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Kana
Old localizations AGLseed
Found in Dragon Quest
Dragon Quest II
Dragon Quest III
Dragon Quest IV
Dragon Quest V
Dragon Quest VI
Dragon Quest VII
Dragon Quest VIII
Dragon Quest IX
Buy for n/a
Sell for n/a
Effect Permanently raises agility of a single party member.

A seed of agility is an item that permanently raises agility to whoever eats it. It can give off 1-3 agility points. Seeds of agility can be found in treasure chests, pots, drawers, or some enemies may drop them. They cannot be bought at shops.

Appearances[edit]

Dragon Quest[edit]

Due to text limitations in the Gameboy Color, the seed of agility was renamed to AGLseed.

Seed of agility (すばやさのたね subayasa no tane)DQ-SNES-LOGO-ICON.PNG
Buy Sell Effect
N/A 100 gold Found only in the remake versions. Increases agility permanently by +1 ~ 3. Consumed after a single use.
Can Be Used Outside Of Battle? Can Be Used In Battle?
ICON-YES-CHECK.png YES ICON-NO-X.png NO
Shop(s) This item is not sold in any shop.
Location(s) Tantegel
In-Game Description
Mobile Increases agility by 1-3 points.


Dragon Quest II[edit]

A Seed of Agility will be found in the Lake Cave's first floor.

Dragon Quest III[edit]

Seeds of agility are dropped by Weaken Beacons (1/16), Metal Slimes (1/32), Ursa Mega (1/64), Raven Lunatic (1/64), and Armfuls (1/256).

They will also be found in the Dreamer's Tower, Norvik, Asham, the Pyramid, Aliahan castle, Persistence, Manoza, and Tantegel castle.

Dragon Quest IV[edit]

Seeds are found in the Auld Well, Zalenagrad Taborov, the Vault of Vrenor, the desert bazaar, the Imperial Pantry of Parthenia, Burland castle treasury, Con Cave, the Colossus, Mamon Mine and Zenithia.

Dragon Quest V[edit]

The seeds may be found in the Dwarf's Den, Whealbrook Adit, Zoomingale, the Pass to Gotha, as well as prizes in the Nadirian and Stark Raving Mad TnT boards.

Dragon Quest VI[edit]

Located in Weaver's Peak, Haggleton, Moonmirror Tower, the Underkeep, the Hallowed Hollow, the sunken ship, Felonia, Castle Graceskull, and the Gallows Moor.

Dragon Quest VII[edit]

Dragon Quest VIII[edit]

The seeds are found in the house above the waterfall cave, the Tower of Alexandria, the ship ferrying the party to Pereguin Quay, Ascantha, Chateau Felix, Argonia, Red's home, and the World of Darkness.

They are dropped by metal slimes and liquid metal slimes. They can be sold for 13 Gold Coins.

Dragon Quest IX[edit]

The seeds are carried by killing machines, which are dropped and stolen at a rate of 1/256.

They can also be picked up in Tywll Cave, inside the player's ship, and also given as a reward for completing quest #41 and #57.

Description[edit]

GameDescription
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Increases agility by 1-3 points.[1]
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Any party member can eat this to increase agility.[2]
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Any party member can eat this to increase agility.[2]
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Permanently increases the agility of a single ally.[3]

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