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Orochi
Dragon Warrior III
DQIII - Orochi
Japanese name やまたのおろち
Rōmaji Yamatanoorochi
Gender Male
Title(s) Queen (as Pimiko)
Race(s) Human (as Pimiko)

Orochi is a monster in the Dragon Quest game series. It first appeared in Dragon Quest III and closely mirrors the legendary Japanese monster Yamata no Orochi.

Appearance

Personality

Biography

Games

Main Games

Dragon Quest III
Battles

Encountered as an orb guardian in Jipang, Orochi is infamous for terrorizing the village and demanding young girls as sacrifices. The Hero and his party confront Orochi and, after battling, prepare to slay him, only for him to slip away into the village below. Here it is revealed that the queen of Jipang, Pimiko, is really Orochi in disguise. The dragon supposedly killed the original Pimiko prior to the beginning of the game and worked in secret to fulfill his own desires whilst under Baramos' hand.

After learning this, The Hero and party fight Orochi again and succeed in slaying him, returning peace to the village and obtaining an orb.

First Battle

# - Orochi
Dragon Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
300 (NES)
1800 (SNES, GBC and iOS)
12 120 (NES)
130 (SNES, GBC and iOS)
68 50 (NES)
40 (SNES, GBC and iOS)
Exp Gold Drop Orochi's sword
8040 200 G
Note:
Abilities
Acts twice
Flame Breath
Regenerates 100 HP (NES)
Spells
None
Haunts at:
Orochi's Lair


Second Battle

# - Orochi
Dragon Family
[[File:|100 px]]
HP MP Attack Defense Agility
1800 12 140 68 50
Exp Gold Drop None
8040 1000 G
Note:
Abilities
Acts twice
Fire Breath
Flame Breath
Spells
None
Haunts at:
Jipang


Side Games

Monsters

Orochi can be fought after obtaining 100 monsters. Upon completing this, Terry can find a secret portal leading to Orochi's lair, where he can be fought as a bonus boss monster.

He can be obtained in two ways using the Starry Shrine. The first is by breeding any dragon with any boss monster, and the second is by breeding an Andreal or GreatDrak with a MedusaEye.

Additionally, he is one of the components needed to create a Xenlon.

Joker 2

Orochi can be obtained in Joker 2 by combining the first four Giant Monsters encountered in the main story. These are Wormonger, Missing lynx, Bjørn the Behemoose and Empyrea.

In order to create a Xenlon, Orochi must be synthesized alongside an Ethereal Serpent, Boreal Serpent, and Alabast dragon.

Additionally, in order to obtain Leonyx, Orochi must be synthesized alongside a Wildcard, Marquis de Léon, and Don Mole.

His body size is 3.

Joker 2 Professional

Unlike the regular version, Orochi must now be synthesized through a quadrilineal synthesis using Torai Wanda + Torai Wanda & Bilhaw + Bilhaw. His body size remains 3.

Terry's Wonderland 3D
Super Light

Synthesis

Joker 2

Joker 2 Synthesising
Monster Monster Result
Wormonger + Missing lynx + Bjorn + Empyrea = Orochi
Synth type Special

Joker 2 Professional

Joker 2 Professional Synthesising
Monster Monster Result
Triwinder + Triwinder + Bilhaw + Bilhaw = Orochi
Synth type Special

Terry's Wonderland 3D

Terry's Wonderland 3D Synthesising
Monster Monster Result
Unknown + Unknown = Unknown


Iru and Luca's Marvelous Mysterious Key

Iru and Luca's Marvelous Mysterious Key Synthesising
Monster Monster Result
Unknown + Unknown = Unknown


Rank and Slot No.

Joker 2

Joker 2 Rank and Slot No.
Rank X
Slot No. Three

Joker 2 Professional

Joker 2 Professional Rank and Slot No.
Rank SS
Slot No. Three

Terry's Wonderland 3D

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Iru and Luca's Marvelous Mysterious Key

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Other languages

Other languages
French Hydragon
German Orochi
Spanish Hidra
Italian Unknown
Dutch Unknown
Swedish Unknown
Greek Unknown
Portuguese Unknown
Russian Unknown
Chinese Unknown
Korean Unknown

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