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Metal medley
DQIX - Metal medley
Japanese name メタルブラザーズ
Rōmaji Metaruburazāzu
Family Slime
Introduced in IX

Metal medleys are monsters who appear in the Dragon Quest game series.

Characteristics

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Appearances

Dragon Quest VII 3DS

#S42* - Metal medley
Slime Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
6 200 70 999 255
Exp Gold Drop Seed of resilience
12288 60 G
Note: None
Abilities
Flees
Spells
Frizzle
Locations:
Unknown
Monster Meadows Quotes:
3DS:
Slurp-a-doop!♪

Slurp-doop-a-sloop!♪

Slurpity-sloop!♪ Slurpity-sloop-a-doop!♪


Dragon Quest IX

#89 - Metal medley
Slime Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
6 Infinite 70 256 135
Exp Gold Drop Slimedrop (1/8)
Mythril ore (1/126)
12288 60 G
Description: A towering team of titanium tykes who can combine their clout to cast Kerfrizz.

Some say that the stout slime playing the supporting role in the stack is made of steel instead of the standard metal slime stuff.

Abilities
Flees
Spells
Kerfrizz
Haunts at:
The Bad Cave
Lonely Coast (nighttime)
Magmaroo
Angel Falls (Slime Hill)
Grottoes


Dragon Quest X

# - Metal medley
Slime Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Weight
6 77 176 255 178
Exp Gold Drop Molten globules
3618 18 G
Description:None
Abilities
Metal body
Flees
Spells
Kerfrizz
Haunts at:
Unknown


Synthesis

Super Light

Super Light Synthesising
Monster Monster Result
Unknown + Unknown = Unknown
Synth type {{{Synth type}}}


Joker 3

Joker 3 Synthesising
Monster Monster Result
Metal Slime + Metal Slime = Metal Medley
Synth type Normal

Rank and Slot No.

Super Light

Super Light Rank and Slot No.
Rank {{{Rank}}}
Slot No. {{{Slot number}}}


Joker 3

Joker 3 Rank and Slot No.
Rank C
Slot No. {{{Slot number}}}

Sprites

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Etymology

A medley is a musical performance where excerpts of several different pieces are strung together as a single piece without breaks, and the word forms a solid alliteration with "metal".

Other languages

Other languages
French Métaggluantin
German Stahlstaffel
Spanish Unknown
Italian Unknown
Dutch Unknown
Swedish Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown


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