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#053 Swee List of Pals Chillet #055

Sweepa (Japanese: ドンモップ Donmop) is an Ice icon.png  Ice element Pal.


Sweepa is a large ball of fur, with small dots for eyes, two dark-blue ears sticking up out of the top, and two bundles of fur in the shape of a mustache,

Sweepa resembles a large elderly version of Swee. Its appearance is mostly similar to Swee but has some differences. Its body is much more fuzzy to where it has a section of fluff that resemble a bushy mustache. Its eyes compared to Swee appear slightly different, having a more mellow or tired look to them. Its tail is extremely bushy, starting with periwinkle fur and ending on a white tip.

Behavior and habitat

Wild Sweepa is invariably accompanied by a retinue of Swee. The entire group will swiftly turn aggressive towards the player if any of the members are provoked.

Daytime Sweepa Spawns
Nightime Sweepa Spawns


Sweepa is a powerful force in combat when used to its full potential. Its Partner Skill increases in power when it and the Swee in the party are powered up through Pal Condensation, granting a fully-enhanced Sweepa a massive boost to attack and defense.

Sweepa's Partner Skill, King of Fluff, has two effects. The passive effect is always active, and, while in the player's party, grants Sweepa a ??% bonus to Attack and Defense for each Swee icon.png  Swee in the party, increasing by ??% per Partner Skill Level. The active effect requires the Sweepa Saddle icon.png  Sweepa Saddle to use, and allows the player to mount the Sweepa and manually activate its moves.

Sweepa has a base Stamina of 100, and a Mount Speed of 500, making it the slowest Mount in the game, tied with Broncherry icon.png  Broncherry and Broncherry Aqua icon.png  Broncherry Aqua.


    • Increased the Alpha Received Damage Rate from 0.4 to 0.48.
    • Introduced.


  • Its Japanese name may come from Mop and Don, the latter which could be a reference to the honorific roughly meaning "lord" used in a few Romance languages or a reference to the suffix "-odon" used in the scientific name of multiple large animals, as well as possibly a reference to the honorific どん (roughly similar to Mr. or Mrs.)