Jellyfish Girl, or Kurage as a companion, is a monster in Monster Girl Quest: Paradox.

Monsterpedia Entry

“An aquatic monster that lives in the sea. The Jellyfish Girl usually feeds by grabbing men off of boats with her tentacle; she will also capture men who have fallen into the sea. Her venomous tentacles are able to paralyse her prey, sealing their movements as they are eaten.

Though she is able to feed by using her elastic tentacles, the Jellyfish Girl is also known to force her prey into her umbrella. Once her prey is inside her umbrella, she will squeeze his entire body and force them to ejaculate. After ensuring she has squeezed out all of his semen, she will then eat the man. With her stomach located in her umbrella, she is able to digest him as is.

Her digestive juices have extremely powerful aphrodisiac effects. She uses her juices to ensure that her prey doesn’t struggle while inside her soft body.”


  • Attack -One Foe, Normal Attack
  • Tentacle Dance - 3 Random Foes, Physical
  • Tentacle Caress (M) - One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
  • Tentacle Caress (F) - One Foe, Pleasure Attribute
  • Paralysing Tentacle - One Foe, Physical, Paralysis 75%
  • Tentacle Capture - One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute, Bind(1 Turn Break)
  • Tentacle Penis Torture - Rape
  • Jelly Prison (Act.) - Rape
  • Jelly Prison (Cont.) - Rape, Bind 50%
  • Jelly Prison (F) - One Foe, Pleasure Attribute, Bind 50%


Her most dangerous movement is Paralysing Tentacle. Other that that, she is easy enemy.


Toyed with by the Jellyfish Girl until your death. Were the thousands of tentacles in her umbrella pleasant? You dont have to come back just yet, you know? Jellyfish Girl's Bind and Paralyzing skills are quite bothersome. This disgusting opponent does high damage with her tentacle skills. Since she's weak to Earth and Lightning, focus on using those. Also it seems that status ailments are usually effective. Now go, oh brave Luka. While i look for a replacement hero 

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