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Dragon, known as Kaminari to Tomo ni Arawareru Mono (雷鳴と共に現る者, roughly translated as "He who appears with thunder") in Japan, Tiamat in certain European translations, and Klanvaline in Etrian Odyssey II, is a long, three-eyed draconic serpent which closely resembles oriental dragons and enjoys soaring stormy skies. It has four clawed legs that it probably only uses to attack, as its body is always levitating. It also sports long, red whiskers, a pair of blade-like horns, and a trident-like tail, all of these most likely used to capture and control lightning.

Its breath becomes a rampaging storm of powerful lightning that steals the life of whoever it strikes; its third eye may cast a powerful curse as well.

It is one of the three elemental dragons; usually regarded as the easiest to handle, but still powerful enough to mop the floor with overconfident parties. Its battle theme is usually Scatter About, the exception being the first game, and can only be fought after getting the first ending.

The Dragon is the only one of the trio that is not particular on its chosen habitat. However, it seems to prefer ruins as it inhabits both the deepest level of the Lost Shinjuku and an abandoned portion of the Petal Bridge, indicating that it prefers locations with minimal human traffic.

Dragon (Etrian Odyssey)Edit

Dragon
EO1Dragon

HP

35000

AT

550

DF

164

Exp

0

Skills

Voltage, Curse, Shield, Corrupt

Item Drops

Barbel, Volt Scale

Description

A deadly beast that has no difficulty destroying anything it wishes with its lightning.

Weakness

None

Resistance

Volt, Instant Death, Status, Bindings, Fire, Ice

The Dragon can be found on 25F in the place where you fight Etreant. However, some quests have to be cleared to fight him, as you have to reach the postgame and beat Etreant in order to face this boss. As it is the volt-elemental dragon, it has an elementally themed attack, which can kill your party if not well defended. One method to avoid this is to use Antivolt at least lvl 5 to completely parry this attack. However, it can debuff the party as well if you are buffed. Its "rare drop" is the Volt Scale. Though it has no special requirement to get it, the Volt Scale has a very low drop chance.

Skills

  • Voltage: Deals high volt-elemental damage to all the party, antivolt is the way to avoid this attack.
  • Curse: Very high damage to one party member, drains the HP.
  • Shield: Dragon's defense increase.*
  • Corrupt: Neutralizes your buffs - something like Resolve.

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Dragon (Etrian Odyssey II)Edit

Dragon
EO2Dragon

HP

12000

AT

92

DF

100

Exp

0

Skills

Voltage, Curse, Blow

Item Drops

Volt Scale, Amp Barbel (Conditional)

Description

This yellow dragon, master of lightning has lived since time immemorial.

Weakness

Fire

Resistance

Volt

Dragon reappears on Etrian Odyssey 2 on B17, with now more attacks and much less HP than in Etrian Odyssey. It now possesses HP absorb skills and inflicts Terror, though it is still the easiest of the trio. In order to fight it, a quest must be accepted. Its rare drop is obtained if you kill him with volt damage.

Skills

  • Voltage: Deals very high volt-elemental damage to the party, antivolt can completely parry it at high levels-
  • Curse: Deals very high damage to one party member as if steals his HP; half of the damage is the HP absorbed.
  • Blow: Deals medium damage to all the party, inflicts terror.
  • Fury: Raises Dragon's strength.

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Dragon (Etrian Odyssey III)Edit

Dragon
EO3Dragon

HP

25000

AT

70

DF

77

Exp

207500

Skills

Voltage, Blow, Corrupt, Curse

Item Drops

Thunder Scale, Thunder Horn

Description

A golden beast sent by the divine dragon. Its bright flash can alter entire landscapes.

Weakness

Fire

Resistance

Volt

Dragon later reappears on Etrian Odyssey 3, with more attacks and it is much more difficult to beat, with some status ailments and it can now OHKO if you aren't careful. It can absorb HP and now inflicts paralyze instead of terror, and can lower your defense as well.

Skills

  • Voltage: deals very high volt-elemental damage to all the party (it can deal above 1000+ or maybe less), antivolt at MAX is the way to parry this attack completely. Also it uses it on turns that are multiples of 5 (1, 5, 10, 15, etc. But it may perform another attack in that turns).
  • Corrupt: Removes party buffs and it can OHKO or maybe curse.
  • Curse: Deals high damage to a party member and sucks HP, the damage dealt is the HP absorbed x2 and has a chance to curse.
  • Fangs: Deals medium damage to the party and decreases defense.
  • Blow: Deals high damage to all the party, may paralyze.

Drops

In order to obtain the Dragon conditional drop, the Thunder Horn, you have to kill it with volt damage

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Storm Emperor (Etrian Odyssey IV)Edit

Storm Emperor
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HP

30000

AT

70

DF

68

Exp

207500

Skills

Volt Breath, Roaring Thunder, Deadly Fangs, Volt Domain

Item Drops

Thunder Scale, Charged Horn (Conditional)

Description

A legendary golden dragon alive for aeons. Its thunderous strength can change the very landscape.

Weakness

Fire

Resistance

Volt

The Storm Emperor can be fought in the Scarlet Pillars after beating the final boss, completing the quest Lady and the Dragon and accepting the quest Battle Against the Storm. Successfully defeating the Storm Emperor will raise the level cap by 10 levels.

TacticsEdit

The Storm Emperor attacks with many area of effect moves that can easily wipe your entire party if you come unprepared. He will always attack with Volt Breath on the first turn. The damage on Volt Breath can easily wipe your party; however, eating the Black Diamond (Plant) that is found near, using a Runemaster's Volt Rune, and carrying a Volt Charm will bring the damage down to single digits. The rest of his moves are still immensely powerful, and are highly likely to kill your party members. Getting off an Arm bind will greatly increase your odds of survival.he can also use a skill that binds/curses/paralyzes your party making the battle alot harder

The swiftest way to defeat the boss is to use heavy amounts of Flame elemental damage. You may be tempted to use a Runemaster's Flame Rune, but know that doing so will lose your resistance to his Volt Breath. Imperials are very good at piling on tons of Elemental damage, as is the Runemaster.

If you are fighting the Storm Emperor as a part of its quest, Wiglaf can join the party as a guest party member to help you.

Item DropsEdit

In order to get the Charged Horn, you must defeat the Dragon with a volt based attack.

  • Thunder Scale
    • Its edge is the crackle of lightning condensed.
    • 11,960 en
      • Along with Fire Scale and Reverse Scale, unlocks Dragonbane, a powerful sword.
  • Charged Horn
    • Its constant roar calls down the thunder.
    • 30,000 en
      • Defeat Storm Emperor with volt based damage. Prevents his standard drop.
      • Unlocks Genmou, a powerful club with 6 forge slots.

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Storm Emperor (Etrian Odyssey Untold) Edit

Storm Emperor

HP

22000

AT

85

DF

58

Exp

400000

Skills

Volt Torrent, Judgement, Binding Dance

Item Drops

Barbel, Volt Scale, Thunder Eye (conditional)

Description

A deadly beast that has no difficulty destroying anything it wishes with its lightning.

Weakness

Fire

Resistance

Volt

The Storm Emperor in Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is one of the three postgame dragons, and is considered the easiest of the three. It also will not appear until the quest 'Awakening the Serpent', which will not appear until after the quest 'Remnants of an Age Past' is completed. It will be found in the spot that Entreant was previously. Defeating it will increase the level cap by 10.

Skills Edit

  • Volt Torrent - Attacks the entire party with a powerful volt attack
  • Judgement - Attacks the entire party, may paralyze
  • Binding Dance - Randomly binds party members
  • Corrupting Howl - Nullifies all party buffs and can inflict curse or terror randomly
  • Ancient Curse - Hits two party members, will heal itself proportionally to damage done

Strategy Edit

Although the Storm Emperor is considered the easiest of the three dragons, it should still not be underestimated by any means. It is best to wait until all party members are at least level 70. Make sure to bring plenty of nectar and medica for the battle. It is strongly recommended to equip items that resist status conditions, such as the Toxic Gage.

The Storm Emperor will always start the battle off with Volt Torrent, but that can be blocked with a Volt Wall. Other than that, it will use its standard attack, Binding Dance and Judgement. Every few turns, it will use Corrupting Howl, which will not only remove all party buffs, but can inflict either curse or terror. It is also always followed by Volt Torrent, so make sure to prepare yourself the next turn.

After it reaches 50% health, the Storm Emperor will change things up slightly. It will now start using the move Ancient Curse along with the previous list of moves, but the overall strategy is the same.

Conditional Drop Edit

To get the Storm Emperor's conditional drop, the Thunder Eye, you must finish it off with a volt attack.

Related Monsters Edit

  • Great Dragon
  • Blizzard King

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