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The Boss Troll in is a stronger variety of the common Troll in the Dragon Quest series. Though a common enemy and boss in the games, its debut in Dragon Quest III was that of a main villain, impersonating the king of Manoza and living its life as a tyrant.
The Hero needs to procure Ra's Mirror from the Manoza Cave, infiltrate into the castle at nighttime, reach his bed chambers and use the artifact for the monster to reveal its true nature. Then, the protagonist needs to defeat the fiend and free Manoza from its grasp, only then will the Hero be able to get back the Mod Rod for the old magician at Hermitage. This monster is known for its high attack power and resistance to elemental spells. More start to show up by the time the Hero reaches Alfegard, though only in the NES verison.
Boss Trolls reappear in Dragon Quest VI, with one first appearing alongside a Bad Karmour during General Demon At Arms's attack on the Real World's Weaver's Peak. More show up at the Pillar of Pegasus. Two boss trolls appear in Dragon Quest VIII as the bosses of the dungeon Troll Maze, they had kidnapped the minister of Kingdom of Argonia and is ready to eat him, however, the Hero and his party decided to save the minister and fight the boss trolls, the boss trolls are no match for the Hero and are slain easily, while more appear in the Black Citadel, as well as the overworld of VIII in locations like the Alexandria Region and the Kingdom of Ascantha after Rhapthorne absorbs the Black Citadel into him. They also appear in the Altar of Wroth, though only in the 3DS remake. In IX, they appear in the Gittingham Palace, the outskirts of the Gittish Empire, and the Oubliette. In X, In XI, they appear in Snifheim after Mordegon rules over all of Erdrea, as well as the Pillar of Pegasus once again. Like other monsters, they can go Vicious, though only during the post game. They appear in the Dragon Quest Monsters series like in DQMJ2 as a tough monster, usually one of the hardest to recruit.