History VideoGame / DragonNest

2nd Jun '18 11:04:23 PM Kida
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* PainfullySlowProjectile: The Priests' grand cross. It's so slow that you can simply outrun it. Just make sure you don't get hit with one. It hurts. A lot. Though, it's slow speed is somewhat offset with its huge projectile size.

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* PainfullySlowProjectile: The Priests' grand cross.Grand Cross. It's so slow that you can simply outrun it. Just make sure you don't get hit with one. It hurts. A lot. Though, it's slow speed is somewhat offset with its huge projectile size.


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* RobotMe: One for bosses in Tel Rosa area, the Neo-Apocalypse is a robotic imitation of the Judge Apocalypse, which itself is a some kind of time-travelling ship that came to life by corruption of Vestinel.


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* StoryArc: The main quest is split into arcs by level and the region.
** Level 1-9: The beginning which the story differs by the character's class (though Warrior and Archer share theirs).
** Level 10-24: The arrival to Calderock pass until the defeat of Manticore and the repair of the airship.
** Level 25-32: The first half of Saint Haven arc, which ends in the rescue of Rose from the Black Army.
** Level 33-40: The second half of Saint Haven arc which ends in the attack and defeat of the Sea Dragon.
** Level 41-50: Part One of Lotus Marsh arc which involves the Ancients and the Dragon Cult.
** Level 51-55: Part Two of Lotus Marsh arc which involves the meteorite and the alien lifeforms corrupting the natives. This also marks the [[spoiler:betrayal of Rose]].
** Level 55-60: The Tel Numara and Tel Rosa arcs which involves the following: [[spoiler:The fate of Kali's hometown, The conspiracy of Jasmine, Professor K exploiting the dragon essence within Daisy, and the memories of the Desert Dragon.]]
** Level 60-70: The first half of Anu Arendel arc which returns the Dragon Cult in action that poisons the homeland of the Elves.
** Level 70-80: The second half which is also known as the Monolith arc which marks the [[spoiler: defeat of the Dragon Cult after they attempted to destroy the Monolith.]]
** Level 80-90: The damage of the Monolith weakens the barrier that protects Lagendia from Mistland. The heroes then arrive to Mistland to prevent any eventual threat about to leak into Lagendia, only to find its interal strife.
2nd Jun '18 8:05:01 AM Kida
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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Well, yeah. Various dragons played major roles in both past event and the story itself. Some of them are outright villainous who appeared in raid [[TitleDrop Dragon Nests]] while others disguised as humanoid NPCs.

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Well, yeah. Various dragons played major roles in both past event and the story itself. Some of them are outright villainous who appeared in raid [[TitleDrop Dragon Nests]] while others disguised as humanoid NPCs.[=NPCs=].



** The Red Dragon the fifth raid boss, is the [[spoiler:other half of Feder who returned after his defeat as the Black Dragon. Its other half remain on the original Red Dragon, Rubinart who appeared as a recurring [[=NPC=]] in the Monolith story arc.]]

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** The Red Dragon the fifth raid boss, is the [[spoiler:other half of Feder who returned after his defeat as the Black Dragon. Its other half remain on the original Red Dragon, Rubinart who appeared as a recurring [[=NPC=]] NPC in the Monolith story arc.]]
2nd Jun '18 8:02:48 AM Kida
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* DarkWorld: The Mistland, the world of the [[GodOfEvil evil goddess Vestinel]] is always described as an ominous and barren world filled with evil beings prior to the arrival of the adventurers. In truth, it is almost similar to Lagendia besides it is a bit barren.


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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Well, yeah. Various dragons played major roles in both past event and the story itself. Some of them are outright villainous who appeared in raid [[TitleDrop Dragon Nests]] while others disguised as humanoid NPCs.
** The Sea Dragon which serves as the first raid boss in the game.
** The Green Dragon which is the second raid boss who turned out to be [[spoiler:Karahan]].
** The Desert Dragon which serves as the third raid boss. The raid itself is the memories of the dragon before it was first slain by the first King of Saint Haven.
** The Black Dragon which once the Six Heroes defeated years ago, and returned to haunt Saint Haven again. [[spoiler:It turned out that Velskud stole the dragon's core and became the dragon himself, and later it was taken away from him by the Dragon Followers and its leader Feder became the new dragon.]] He served as the fourth raid boss.
** The Red Dragon the fifth raid boss, is the [[spoiler:other half of Feder who returned after his defeat as the Black Dragon. Its other half remain on the original Red Dragon, Rubinart who appeared as a recurring [[=NPC=]] in the Monolith story arc.]]
** The White Dragon, who didn't appeared as an antagonistic dragon unlike others and only appeared as a [[spoiler:young boy named Iona]].
** The Gold Dragon who is the true identity of [[spoiler:Geraint]].
** The Silver Dragon who turned out to be [[spoiler:Argenta]].
** [[spoiler:Daisy, the little girl NPC also revealed to be a Dragon.]]
** The Ancient and Chaos Dragons, the dragon brothers of goddess Altea who once battled the Beyond Dragon of goddess Vestinel. After the dragons' deaths, their essences are broken and each piece give birth to the aforementioned dragons (except the Sea Dragon).
19th Mar '18 5:11:27 PM nombretomado
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* MultiMookMelee: Gobarta has you fighting, well, ThreeHundred goblins.

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* MultiMookMelee: Gobarta has you fighting, well, ThreeHundred Film/ThreeHundred goblins.



** Do not forget the ThreeHundred Sparta Goblins! There are Persian Goblins as well. The player fights both sides and their leaders -- which fittingly enough happens in a carnival attraction -- and the quest dialog dismisses the lot of them as raving lunatics.

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** Do not forget the ThreeHundred Film/ThreeHundred Sparta Goblins! There are Persian Goblins as well. The player fights both sides and their leaders -- which fittingly enough happens in a carnival attraction -- and the quest dialog dismisses the lot of them as raving lunatics.
3rd Jan '18 4:35:35 AM Cryoclaste
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** You can get mail from an [[SuperMario unknown plumber with an Italian (typing) accent]], asking why you're chopping up the mushrooms he needs to get "[[PowerUp big and-a strong]]".

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** You can get mail from an [[SuperMario [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros unknown plumber with an Italian (typing) accent]], asking why you're chopping up the mushrooms he needs to get "[[PowerUp big and-a strong]]".
30th May '17 3:19:38 PM DeeeFoo
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Combat is similar to the ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'' series, where even normal attacks will (barring glitches or lag) hit everything the animation connects with and enemy attacks can be dodged on sight. Skills are huge, devastating and gorgeously animated especially for the spellcasting classes. Despite all the power at the players' disposal caution is still necessary as ''all'' enemies have at least one attack than can stagger or launch the PlayerCharacter and even {{Mooks}} have a nasty habit of [[GangUpOnTheHuman cooperating to juggle or 'stun-lock' the player to death.]] Most bosses are usually much larger than the {{Player Character}}s, much more resistant to interruption and have proportionally more massive attacks. They also have a horrifying tendency to show up in the same capacity as a DegradedBoss later on -- only ''without'' the degradation!

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Combat is similar to the ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'' series, where even normal attacks will (barring glitches or lag) hit everything the animation connects with with, and enemy attacks can be dodged on sight. Skills are can be huge, devastating devastating, and gorgeously animated animated, especially for the spellcasting magic-based classes. Despite all the power at the players' disposal disposal, caution is still necessary as ''all'' enemies have at least one attack than can stagger or launch the PlayerCharacter and even {{Mooks}} have a nasty habit of [[GangUpOnTheHuman cooperating to juggle or 'stun-lock' the player to death.]] Most bosses are usually much larger than the {{Player Character}}s, much more resistant to interruption interruption, and have proportionally more massive attacks. They also have a horrifying tendency to show up in the same capacity as a DegradedBoss later on -- only ''without'' the degradation!
2nd Nov '16 11:39:59 AM personastar
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* BribingYourWayToVictory: The standard Nexon formula of fancy costumes that give extra stat bonuses. As with other Nexon [=MMO=]s the perks have been growing with each update but the game's demanding mechanics require skill from even the most monumentally geared players.

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* BribingYourWayToVictory: The standard Nexon formula of fancy costumes that give extra stat bonuses. As with other Nexon [=MMO=]s the perks have been growing with each update but the game's demanding mechanics require skill from even the most monumentally geared players. Now that the game is published by Eyedentity themselves, this trope is noticeably much more watered down.



* CriticalHit: There's a stat to increase chances of this, then there are sharpshooter skills that give either double the critical chance.... or give a ''[[OhCrap 100% chance]]'' of critical hits for 13 seconds... and also juggles the target(s) [[CycleOfHurting with each shot.]] And then there's the sharpshooter skill that increases the whole party's critical by ''600 percent'' for a few seconds. OhCrap indeed...

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* CriticalHit: There's a stat to increase chances of this, then there are sharpshooter and the Archer (and the Assassin to a lesser extent) specializes in this trope a ''lot''. She has two skills that give either double the which boost critical chance.... or give hit rate, one that ''maxes it out'' for around 30 seconds, and a ''[[OhCrap 100% chance]]'' of 10% boost for 6 minutes. The Sniper's first skill, Lucky Shot, gives a fairly high chance to nearly ''double'' critical hits for 13 seconds... and also juggles the target(s) [[CycleOfHurting with each shot.]] And then there's the sharpshooter skill that increases the whole party's critical by ''600 percent'' for a few seconds. OhCrap indeed...hit damage.



** At the end of the level 32 to 40 main questline, your character will grab a heavy metal pole and swing it wildly [[spoiler: at the Sea Dragon's mouth to free Gerrant.]] Fine if you are a Warrior or Cleric, but watching a [[SquishyWizard weak Sorceress]] or [[GlassCannon Archer]] do it? Wow.

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** At the end of the level 32 to 40 main questline, your character will grab a heavy metal pole and swing it wildly [[spoiler: at the Sea Dragon's mouth to free Gerrant.]] Fine if you are a Warrior or Warrior, Cleric, Lencea, or Machina but watching a [[SquishyWizard weak Sorceress]] or Sorceress]], [[GlassCannon Archer]] Archer]], [[TokenMiniMoe Tinkerer]], and [[FragileSpeedster Kali]] do it? Wow.



** The Engineer gets two skills; Make it rain, which a bomb is thrown into the air and the explosions rains missiles, and Chemical Missile, which is what the name implies.

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** The Engineer gets two skills; Make it rain, Rain, which a bomb is thrown into the air and the explosions rains missiles, and Chemical Missile, which is what the name implies.
14th Oct '16 2:37:58 PM personastar
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* BigBadWannabe: Elena the Dark Elf Queen attacks Carderock Pass at least two times with an army of monsters, and seems to consider herself TheRival to [[ActionGirl Argenta]]. Ironically, she considers Elena little more than a nuisance. To put things in perspective, the (presumably) true BigBad has administered several {{Curb Stomp Battle}}s to both Argenta and the player character, while Elena is ultimately defeated by a [[spoiler:hobgoblin and a poochum after he mutates the former's family]].

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* BigBadWannabe: Elena the Dark Elf Queen attacks Carderock Pass at least two times with an army of monsters, and seems to consider herself TheRival to [[ActionGirl Argenta]]. Ironically, she considers Elena little more than a nuisance. To put things in perspective, the (presumably) true BigBad story's current antagonist has administered several {{Curb Stomp Battle}}s to both Argenta and the player character, while Elena is ultimately defeated by a [[spoiler:hobgoblin and a poochum after he mutates the former's family]].
30th Sep '16 3:34:41 PM personastar
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''[[http://dragonnest.com]]'' is a free-to-play MMORPG developed and published by Eyedentity Games. In ''Dragon Nest'', players pick one of nine classes (which can specialize at higher levels) and fight through hordes of standard and not-so-standard fantasy nasties in a cutesy, SuperDeformed world. The game has an AlwaysOverTheShoulder camera (with the ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' angle more akin to [=MMO=] fighters like ''VideoGame/S4League'' rather than the traditional position in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' -- era {{MMORPG}}s) and plays like a ThirdPersonShooter with a focus on short-to-middle-range combat and melee.

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''[[http://dragonnest.com]]'' com Dragon Nest]]'' is a free-to-play MMORPG developed and published by Eyedentity Games. In ''Dragon Nest'', players pick one of nine classes (which can specialize at higher levels) and fight through hordes of standard and not-so-standard fantasy nasties in a cutesy, SuperDeformed world. The game has an AlwaysOverTheShoulder camera (with the ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' angle more akin to [=MMO=] fighters like ''VideoGame/S4League'' rather than the traditional position in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' -- era {{MMORPG}}s) and plays like a ThirdPersonShooter with a focus on short-to-middle-range combat and melee.
30th Sep '16 3:34:28 PM personastar
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''[[http://dragonnest.nexon.net/ Dragon Nest]]'' is a free-to-play MMORPG by Eyedentity Games and published by {{Creator/Nexon}}. In ''Dragon Nest'', players pick one of nine classes (which can specialize at higher levels) and fight through hordes of standard and not-so-standard fantasy nasties in a cutesy, SuperDeformed world. The game has an AlwaysOverTheShoulder camera (with the ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' angle more akin to [=MMO=] fighters like ''VideoGame/S4League'' rather than the traditional position in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' -- era {{MMORPG}}s) and plays like a ThirdPersonShooter with a focus on short-to-middle-range combat and melee.

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''[[http://dragonnest.nexon.net/ Dragon Nest]]'' com]]'' is a free-to-play MMORPG by Eyedentity Games developed and published by {{Creator/Nexon}}.Eyedentity Games. In ''Dragon Nest'', players pick one of nine classes (which can specialize at higher levels) and fight through hordes of standard and not-so-standard fantasy nasties in a cutesy, SuperDeformed world. The game has an AlwaysOverTheShoulder camera (with the ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' angle more akin to [=MMO=] fighters like ''VideoGame/S4League'' rather than the traditional position in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' -- era {{MMORPG}}s) and plays like a ThirdPersonShooter with a focus on short-to-middle-range combat and melee.



On September 28, 2016, Nexon will no longer publish the NA server of Dragon Nest, instead handing control over to Eyedentity, the developers themselves.

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On Prior to September 28, 2016, Nexon will no longer publish the NA server version of Dragon Nest, instead the game was published by Nexon, before handing control over to Eyedentity, the developers themselves.
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