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    Fubuki 
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Rarity: 3
Favorite Gift: Compelling Book

  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Acts as an attorney in a court filled with humans in his Dragon Story. Adorably, he even has on a fitting suit.
  • Kangaroo Court: Participates in one of these as a defense attorney in his Dragon Story for a raven in a town where animals are put on trial the same way as humans, and not able to speak for themselves.
  • Walk the Earth: Has no ties to a specific place; instead, he travels the world. In the process, this makes him an expert on foreign culture.
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    Leviathan 
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Ruler of the Seas
Rarity: 5
Favorite Gift: Mana Essence

    Peng Lai 
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Earthen Emancipator
Voiced by: Kenichi Ogata
Rarity: 5
Favorite Gift: Mana Essence

A dragon that watches over a town that shares his name.


    Poli'ahu 
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Placid Guide
Rarity: 4
Favorite Gift: Kaleidoscope

  • All That Glitters: In part two of her story, Poli'ahu allows the thieves to make off with the beautiful crystals from her hoard as long as they're returned. Those valuable crystals are composed of ice, which angered the aristocrats that bought from the thieves once they melted.
  • Dragon Hoard: The first part of her story talks of thieves who attempted to take from one such hoard that she guards.
  • An Ice Person: Can freeze foes with her special attack, and releases an icy aura once an adventurer calls upon her.

    Poseidon 
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Ocean Voyager
Rarity: 5
Favorite Gift: Kaleidoscope

A powerful dragon that rules over a part of the sea. He is so feared that sailors don't dare go there.


  • Cool Old Guy: To the player, he is very nice and friendly and acts like an old guy. He even calls the player his grandson if he is pleased enough.
  • Lord of the Ocean: He's this, especially being named after the same Greek god. His story reveals that he rules over a peaceful area of the ocean, but that is teeming with monsters.

    Simurgh 
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Caring Mother
Rarity: 5

  • Bubble Gun: She deals out damage in a wave of bubbles.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Luca has to toss a Calmbomb DX at her to get her to stop her rampage and to calm down.
  • I Owe You My Life: The farmer who helped saved her child offers his crops to Simurgh in tribute for her protection against the fiends.
  • Longest Pregnancy Ever: Egg-laying variant: she has been incubating her egg for a few centuries waiting for signs of hatching. The egg does eventually hatch according to the event wyrmprint's story.
  • Mama Bear: She tears through the egg hunt looking for her own missing egg. Her Dragon Story also involves saving her child from a giant snake even as a human was trying to protect it.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: She's based on secretary birds.
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    Siren 
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Spellbinding Singer
Seaside Songstress 
Voiced by: Rina Hidaka (Japanese), Aimee Ayotte (English)
Rarity: 5
Alternate Element: Light (Pop-Star)

A dragon infamous for leading ships to their doom with her voice.


Regular
  • Enthralling Siren: Played quite straight with this trope. Besides luring ships into crashing with her song, it happens during the "A Splash of Adventure" event when Elisanne and Julietta hear her and end up getting tangled in vines.
  • Never My Fault: In part 2 of her story, her song is blamed for causing storms to sink the ship her human friend was on instead of the sailors' own carelessness.
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Part 2 of her story shows that even though she saved her human friend, he's lost his hearing.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: She has a fish tail and is associated with water, but she also has human legs.
  • Sirens Are Mermaids: She fits the popular image of sirens looking like mermaids.
  • Walking Swimsuit Scene: She wears a bikini as her normal outfit.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Played very straight with sea blue hair.

Pop-Star

  • Every Girl Is Cuter with Hair Decs: In her case, she has crab hair decs in her hair.
  • Idol Singer: Her event is about building a stage allowing her to put on a concert. There's even an official video that has her singing and dancing to the songs created for the Summer events on the stage.

    Snow Drake 
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Rarity: 3
Favorite Gift: Floral Circlet'''
A hatchling that constantly clings to companions and likes to cuddle.
  • Eye Scream: If there's someone she doesn't like, she goes straight for the eyes.

    Vodyanoy 
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Ephemeral One
Rarity: 4
Favorite Gift: Juicy Meat

  • Bilingual Bonus: Vodynanoy (водяно́й) is Russian for "he of the water," and he is a water dragon.
  • Fish out of Water: Dragon really, but quite literally in this case, since he has no clue about human ways, like humans not having gills or scales.
  • Hulk Speak: He speaks like this due to not having interacted much with humans.

    Wellspring Imp 
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Rarity: 3
Favorite Gift: Juicy Meat

  • Big Eater: Dragalia Life #72 shows that she's definitely one of these, no thanks to Euden spoiling her. Not to mention she has Juicy Meat as her favorite gift.
  • Dragon Hoard: Owns a treasury, as a queen of a group of animals.
  • The Good Queen: She's regarded as a good queen to her animal subjects as well as her Minister of Finances.
  • Good Feels Good: Her Minister of Finances was originally just a bandit trying to fleece her out of her hoard by taking her treasure piece by piece, taking the money and coming back with cheaper treasures, but the animals loved them anyway to use for their nests which flabbergasted him. It wasn't until the earl of her castle came to kick them out that he took the money he had saved and bought the land for the animals. While he realizes he just gave up most of his money for a rundown castle filled with animals, he doesn't regret it.
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