- Not to be confused with Goodie Bag.
Artwork of Gumdrops from Fortune Street
|First appearance||Dragon Quest III (1988, Dragon Quest series)|
Itadaki Street DS (2007, Super Mario-related media)
|Latest appearance||Fortune Street (2011, Super Mario-related media)|
- “OooOOH! GooDy GOODY! GumDrOps is heRE! SHop tiLL you GUMDrop, 'tIS whAT I SAy!”
- —Gumdrops, Fortune Street
Goodybags, also known as Dancing Jewels, are recurring enemies in the Dragon Quest series since Dragon Quest III. A Goodybag appears as a support character in Itadaki Street DS. Once Chance Card No. 28 is obtained, the player can summon it on the field for help.
A Goodybag named "Gumdrops" returns in Fortune Street, where it appears for a few turns after a player chooses Venture Card #28. During its turn, it rolls the die and pays out the owner of any shop it lands on.
Gumdrops' name is a reference to the recruitable Goodybag from Dragon Quest V. In English translations, its dialogue erratically alternates between letter cases, matching the style in the source material.
Names in other languages
|Italian||Sacco Ghiottone||Glutton Bag|
|Spanish||Saco de joyas||Bag of jewels|