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    AC- 011 Garland 
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Revolutionary Warrior
"AC-011 Garland reporting for duty."
Voiced by: Isamu Yusen (Japanese), Brian Drummond (English)
Rarity: 5
Debut: Windswept Harbingers

  • Armored Dragons: As described in his dragon story; "It was a dragon, clad in majestic golden armor."
  • Bilingual Bonus: The unit Garland is from, Pravda (Правда), means "Truth" in Russian.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Averted. It at first appears to be this but it's merely a large hilt that covers the hand and part of the arm.
  • The Cameo:
    • Appears in Sharpshooter Sarisse's Adventurer Story.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: The entire Pravda battalion lives by this trope. They intend on ending war forever despite the ancient laws that forbid dragons from involving themselves in human conflicts.
  • Single-Use Shield: If Garland is equipped to a wind adventurer they will be given a one-use divergent shield that nullifies damage less that's less then 40% of the user's maximum HP every 15 seconds so long as they don't get knocked back by strong hits. In addition it also stacks with regular shields and increases their strength by 30% when active.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: His abilities and skill, with the former giving a 65-80% strength buff and the latter dealing powerful wind damage in a line, meaning there's no statuses, buffs or debuffs. But the sheer damage output is worth it.

    Ariel 
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Lion of the Goddess
"The wind calls. It is the divine guidance of the Goddess."
Voiced by: Rie Tanaka (Japanese), Samantha Coughlan (English)
Rarity: 5
Debut: Paragons of Piety

  • Badass Armfold: She does one of these as her idle pose and in the Dragon Roost.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Part 1 of her story has her save a human sacrifice to another dragon by attacking it.
  • But Now I Must Go: Part 2 of her story has her tell the narrator she has to leave, especially after hearing about a team of dragons that sounds like AC-011 Garland's own.
  • Character Narrator: Her Dragon Story is told by a girl named Sarimanote  she rescued from a dragon who becomes a priestess of Ilia.
  • Cool Shades: Wears triangular, light-green tinted sunglasses.
  • Cycle of Hurting: Her Cyclone Kick stuns the enemy for 5-6 seconds, then 6-7 seconds when fully unbound.
  • Diving Kick: Her Cyclone Kick takes the form of a Kamen Rider worthy Rider Kick.
  • Gender-Blender Name: Her name uses the traditional Hebrew male transliteration spelling.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name, as shown in her epithet, means "lion of God". She is the enforcer of Ilia who is worshipped as a goddess in the series.
  • Triangle Shades: She has these on her face.
  • We Will Meet Again: In Part 2 of her story, she tells the narrator, Sarima, that they'll meet once again someday.

    Freyja 
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Harvest Goddess
"Let us make your dream bear fruit!"
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara (Japanese), Aimee Ayotte (English)
Rarity: 5
Debut: Wedding Belles

  • Animal Motif: Cats, like her mythical namesake.
  • Character Narrator: Her dragon story is spoken from her mother's perspective.
  • Green Thumb: She is the Harvest Goddess.
    • In Dragalia Life #228, fellow dragon Konohana Sakuya asked her to bloom a garden of flowers for her.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: She has two cats who she adores deeply.
  • Love Goddess: She's named after the Norse pantheon goddess of this trope.

    Garuda 
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Prideful Gale
"I have come. Shall I call upon the storm?"
Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (Japanese), Kathleen Hunter (English)
Rarity: 5
Debut: Winds of Hope

  • Absolute Cleavage: The scales on her body give off this look.
  • But Now I Must Go: In the Castle Story "The World Beyond," she leaves behind the village Louise and Lowen grew up in, seeing that they no longer need her protection, and she doesn't fear the village being attacked anytime soon thanks to the Prince.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Was previously a gentle dragon, until she suddenly starts demanding a Human Sacrifice from a village she's protecting, kicking off the plot for the "A Wish to the Winds" event. Turns out she wanted a sacrifice because she was isolated and Hates Being Alone.
  • History Repeats: Her dragon story reveals that a young boy named Hiram came up to her nest and struck up a friendship. Hundreds of years later, Lowen comes up to her nest to play with her.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: The reason for wanting a "sacrifice," she feels really lonely and wanted to have a friend.
  • Transplant: She's one of many dragons transferred from Knights of Glory but she received a slight touch up.
  • Poor Communication Kills: It turns out her pride and inexperience in interacting with people resulted in her demanding a human "sacrifice" when all she really wanted was a friend.
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    Gust Drake 
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Rarity: 3
Debut: Launch

  • Gone Horribly Right: The tastiest, most nutrient packed carrots are grown, but it becomes too much for their stomachs just from the first bite alone, so instead they get used to ward off a swarm of crickets who eat only the carrots and ignore the rest of the crops.
  • Green Thumb: Her magic is about growing the most delicious carrots.
  • Multipurpose Monocultured Crop: Carrots are not only used to feed the villagers in the story, but used to ward off the cricket swarms.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Carrots, as detailed in her Dragon Story.

    Long Long 
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Kung-Fu Master
"I'll lend you my lightning-fast fists!"
Voiced by: Yuichi Nagashima (credited as Cho) (Japanese), Scott McNeil (Credited as Brick Stone) (English)
Rarity: 5
Debut: Springtime Spree

A dragon, NOT a panda, who is the father of Lin You's partner Mao Mao.


    Pazuzu 
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Calamitous Typhoon
Rarity: 5
Debut: Visions of Amity

  • Badass Armfold: He does this in his own portrait.
  • Determined Homesteader: The humans continue to survive in spite of his winds destroying their homes and fields, even building stone waterways to avoid his poison.
  • Injured Vulnerability: Thanks to his passive ability, any Wind adventurer he is equipped to deals an extra 15-20% more damage against enemies that are poisoned.
  • Meaningful Name: Just like his mythical namesake, Pazuzu is a dragon who brings harsh winds, famine and drought.
  • Misery Builds Character: Because the village under Pazuzu has spent years rebuilding their town and crops to withstand Pazuzu's winds and poison on a regular basis, they were the only one in the region to survive the Tyrannical Tornado.
    • Played for laughs in Dragalia Life #324 as living with people like Sinoa and Leif are a daily occurrence in the Halidom.
  • Transplant: He's one of many dragons transferred from Knights of Glory.
  • Walking Disaster Area: Wherever he goes, the air becomes toxic and storms are a daily occurrence.

    Roc 
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Grand Mercenary
Rarity: 4
Debut: Launch

  • Dub Name Change: In Japan, her name is Vogel.
  • Lost Lenore: Her former human master (referred only as the Mercenary Prince), even giving him one Last Kiss after he's mortally wounded in battle.
  • Palette Swap: She's the wind version of Jupiter.
  • Private Military Contractor: Identifies herself as a mercenary, though she prefers to offer her services to humans who seek the same dream of peace as her late master.

    Rose Queen 
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Solitary Rose
"The rose blooms. Its crimson petals beckon."
Voiced by: Rie Tanaka (Japanese), Becky Hachey (English)
Rarity: 5
Debut: Rage of Chronos

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    Stribog 
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Ancient Knight
Rarity: 4
Debut: Launch

  • Arch-Enemy: Agni is this to Stribog not only for his worshippers eradicating his people, but being put on the wrong end of a "The Reason You Suck" Speech.
  • The Cameo:
    • He appears in Chapter 4 of Panther's story where villagers believe he's demanding Human Sacrifice until she, Elisanne and Luca clear up the misunderstanding.
  • Death by Cameo: A Stribog is killed by Emile's androids in Chapter 11 to show how powerful they are now as they were 300 years ago.
  • Enemy Mine: Stribog and Agni are this if they're both recruited.
  • Transplant: He's one of many dragons transferred from Knights of Glory.
  • Trojan Horse: Agni's worshippers used this tactic against Stribog's own by leaving wooden statues of Agni. One instance had the Odo army being Genre Savvy to it and breaking it open... but so was Agni's soldiers, filling it with flammable oil, burning Odo to the ground.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: On the receiving end of this by Agni when he confronts the Firelord. Agni tells him that if he truly loved his people, he would have saved them instead of not interfering so Stribog could have the moral high ground.

    Sylvia 
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Guardian of the Wood
Rarity: 5
Debut: Kindness and Captivity

A dragon that protected Melsa's village.


  • And I Must Scream: The Empire led by Harle infused Sylvia with black mana, causing her to become Hypnos, the raid boss of the Kindness and Captivity event. She recovers thanks to the Prince's group at the event's conclusion.
  • Transplant: She's one of many dragons transferred from Knights of Glory.

    Tsumuji 
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Rarity: 3
Debut: Launch

  • Genki Girl: Very perky, with an outlook that raises spirits of those around her.
  • Transplant: She's one of many dragons transferred from Knights of Glory.

    Vayu 
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Violent Gale
Rarity: 5
Debut: Windswept Warriors

  • Friend to All Living Things: Vayu was reluctant to destroy an island he accidentally created from a mountain once there's signs of life, much to the sea dragon's chagrin.
  • Palette Swap: He's the wind version of Agni.
  • Status Buff: A fully unbound Vayu gives Wind units Skill Damage +90% damage increase. He also increases the damage of the next skill used by whoever he is equipped to after using Parusha Prana.
  • Tsundere: He's very heavy on the Tsun side, especially when you gift him a gift in the Dragon's Roost.
    "Uh, here. This is for you. ...Gaaah, would ya just hurry and take it already?!"
  • Weak, but Skilled: Boasts a rather weak dragonform and small strength buff comparable to Tsumuji, but makes up for it with a massive 70-90% Skill damage buff and an extra 30-40% skill damage increase when using his dragonform skill.

    Yulong 
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Celestial Steed
Rarity: 5
Debut: Echoes of Antiquity

A dragon who accompanies Xuan Zang as she seeks Qilin relics.


  • Kirin: While the species' name is instead used to refer to Tai Wu's Horned elf-analogues, Yulong is modeled after the mythical creature itself.
  • Monkey King Lite: Based on Yulong from Journey to the West. Like his namesake, he serves as a mount for this version's Xuan Zang.
  • Transplant: He's one of many dragons transferred from Knights of Glory.
  • Unreliable Narrator: His dragon story is told by Wu Kong, who more than likely twists the story by giving Xuan Zang a more dominant attitude. Needless to say, the latter is not amused when she hears about this.

    Zephyr 
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Adulated Protector
Guardian Of The Plains 
Rarity: 5
Debut: Launch (Regular), Gala Dragalia (Reborn)

A Powerful Dragon who rules over the Plains, and is worshiped heavily by the tribes who live on those plains.

Having been freed from the Black Mana thanks to the effort of Ranzal and the people of the Plains have caused him to be reborn. This rebirth has lead him to a new mindset for how to live life, one of change.


Regular
  • Dub Name Change: In Japan he's called Waukheon.
  • Giant Flyer: Based on the Native American thunderbirds, specifically Waukheon of the Sioux tribe.
  • Gold Fever: In his story, he had taken a liking to gold and asked for more of it. A river tribe took to stealing from other tribes in order to appease him for protection. They amassed so much gold that, when fiends attacked, they called Zephyr for help, and when he arrived, he mistook the hoard for the sun and withdrew, leaving the river tribe undefended. They, unfortunately, ended up being destroyed.
  • Like a Son to Me: He has a chance to say this when raising his bond level.
    "I've almost started to think of you like my own child."
  • Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: Is named after the personification of the west wind in Greek mythology. Meanwhile, his Japanese name Waukheon is the Lakota word for thunder and usually refers to the Thunderbird of Native American legend.
  • Transplant: He's one of many dragons transferred from Knights of Glory.
Reborn
  • Big Damn Heroes: He makes his appearance blowing aside the Grams templars as well as Volk even after he's used his Agito power.
  • Death from Above: His auto attacks and Skill has him do this.
  • Desperation Attack: If there's a target nearby when the Shapeshift gauge expires, Zephyr will perform Howling Fury on said target, even if he already used Howling Fury already.
  • Fisher King: As told in his Dragon Story, his time as a Void Dragon ruined the land he held domain over turning the lush plains into a land of death. Interestingly despite his rebirth the land still does not get better, at least in his story.
  • The So-Called Coward: Though he is willing to eliminate anything that would threaten him for peace and tranquility. He believes that his desire for caution and no change was what caused him to Fall From Grace, and he seeks to atone for that by having the remaining people of the Plains make a new life, far from the dead land to find true peace.
  • Thunderbird: Leans into this far more then before, with him now showing control over Thunder and Wind.
    Zephyr: I am Wind and Thunder incarnate. None can catch me.

    Zephyr Imp 
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Rarity: 3
Debut: Launch


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