|Introduced in||Dragon Quest|
The she-slime (originally Red Slime in Dragon Warrior) is a recurring enemy in the Dragon Quest Series. Introduced in the very first game, they are basically slimes with a red hue rather than the normal blue.
There are not too many differences between the she-slime and its run-of-the-mill counterpart besides color. She-slimes are usually ever so slightly stronger than slimes.
Despite the name of she-slime, their genders are as ambiguous as those of regular slimes. The change from red slime may be on account that their modern interpretations, with more shades available to them then what the graphical limitations of the NES allowed, are more of an orange color than red.
According to the games, the she-slimes are a different color than ordinary slimes due to an uncommon genetic mutation; this relative rarity has led them to be referred to as "don't-often-see-slimes".
|Game Appearance||[[Dragon Quest]]|
|Experience|| 1 (NES)|
|Gold|| 3 (NES)|
|Description||Not just the debut of the slime, but the she-slime as well.|
|Haunts||They are encountered in the same spots as slimes and are just a touch stronger than they are.|
Due to text restrictions, there is no space between Red and Slime in the Gameboy Color remake of Dragon Quest.
|#105 - Red Slime|
|Game Appearance||[[Dragon Quest III]]|
|Console||NES, SNES, GBC|
|#018 - Red Slime (She-slime)|
|Game Appearance||[[Dragon Quest IV]]|
|Console||NES, PSX, DS|
|Dropped Item||Medicinal herb|
|Haunts|| Zalenagrad outskirts (Chapter 2)|
Taborov outskirts (Chapter 2)
Laissez Fayre outskirts (Chapter 4)
Aumont du Monde outskirts (Chapter 4)
Palais de Léon outskirts (Chapter 4)
|#21 - Red Slime|
|Game Appearance||Dragon Quest VI|
|Dropped Item||Fairy Water|
|#21 - RedSlime|
|Game Appearance||Dragon Quest VII|
|Haunts|| Falrod |
|#008 - She-slime|
|Game Appearance||Dragon Quest VIII|
|Dropped Item|| Medicinal Herb (Common)|
Slime Earrings (Rare)
|Description||Slimes of a different color, apparently due to a sudden mutation. Although commonly referred to as 'she-slimes', their true gender remains unknown.|
|#14 - She-slime|
|Game Appearance||[[Dragon Quest IX]]|
|Dropped Item|| Medicinal Herb (Common, 1/8)|
Slimedrop (Rare, 1/8)
|Description|| Game description: These slimes are the result of a rare genetic mutation, and are also known as "don't-often-see-slimes."
Guide description: They're bitter rivals of standard slimes, who they match for shape, size and colour, but can't beat as far as fan base goes.
|Haunts||Western Stornway, Eastern Stornway, Zere area (southern, daytime), Angel Falls area (high ground)|
Most often found near Stornway. These slimes won't call reinforcements or use spells.
|Game Appearance||[[Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker]]|
|Description||Slimologists have recently discovered that carnivorous slimes turn a reddish shade.|
She-slimes cannot be found on any of the main islands in Green Bays, but they can occasionally be encountered on any uncharted islands players may happen across while traveling between the main locations. A she-slime can often be synthesized using a healslime and a monster of equal or lower rank of the she-slime desired.
The two (technically 3) she-slimes are Bo, the player's sister, who wears a bow, and Gootrude (there is also a king she-slime--a Queen slime, if you will).
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She-Slime can be Unlocked by 20 missons as Slime, or She-Slime misson at Star Cup.