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Recruitable Dragons (Flame | Water | Wind | Light | Shadow)

Dragons who are obtainable by the gacha, special events or the trade store.

In General

  • Badass Adorable: The 3* dragons are small hatchlings that can still handle a fight.
  • Badass Bookworm: The dragons who love the Compelling Book gift are this trope.
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  • Bond Creatures: Can become these to dragonblooded individuals by forming a pact with them, and all dragons the player recruits from the summoning pool are specifically bonded to Euden, save Marishiten (who is instead bonded to Ieyasu).
  • Character Title: Only the 4 and 5* dragons have them to go with their achievement for finishing their stories.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Like the adventurers, the dragons are color-coded by their elements with Flame dragons in red, Water dragons in blue, Wind dragons in green, Light dragons in yellow or gold and Dark dragons in purple or black. The two exceptions are Erasmus (a blue Fire dragon) and Peng Lai (a Green water dragon).
  • Face–Heel Turn: Audric's story reveals many of them become servants in the empire in the Bad Future he hails from. Pele, Sylvia, and Phantom leading the assault against the adventurers they were once allies with at the behest of their master to kill Audric.
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  • Flower in Her Hair: Most of the dragons that like the Floral Circlet gift tend to be female or sensitive males.
  • The Imp: The Imp section of dragons qualify as this trope while still being on your side.
  • Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: The vast majority of 4* and 5* dragons are named after gods, heroes, legendary creatures, or saints.
  • Olympus Mons: The 5* dragons are the prime examples of these, being the only dragons that can get to level 100 after becoming fully unbound. Of course, they're also the rarest ones to pull from the gacha.
  • Palette Swap: Each 3* dragon class contain members that are recolors of the others, with colors matching their element. The imps downplay this by sporting features matching their elements.
  • Physical God: Most 5* dragons function as this.
  • Super Empowering: Along with allowing adventurers to shapeshift, dragons also provide an additional passive ability (usually in the form of a significant boost to attack and/or HP) to adventurers of a shared element.
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  • Your Favorite: Monday through Friday has a gift of the day that cycles that gives 1800 bond points to a dragon that favors it, otherwise they just give 1200 points.



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