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Dragon Lord
龍神, Ryūjin
Nyororon medal
Ryujin YW2-043
Dragon Lord's Image Category
Number
2-043
Attribute Rank
Rank S icon
Drops
Common Rare
None None
Time
Daytime
Type
Present
Skill Special Effect
Dragon Force Dragon Power
Favorite Food
Former Current
None Chinese Food
Stats
Total: 2960
HP
1020
Stat rank D
Spirit
1140
Stat rank C
Power
800
Stat rank E
Speed
1140
Stat rank C
Defence
840
Stat rank D

Dragon Lord is a Rank S Earth-attribute Yo-kai of the Slippery tribe.

The Yo-kai Medallium bio reads; "Draggie has come into his own with dignity and might worth of the title 'dragon'."

Dragon Lord evolves from Draggie when fused with a Dragon Orb.

Appearance

Dragon Lord is a green dragon Yo-kai. It has an ivory-colored, scaly underbelly, lined with orange. He has orange fur on his head with two orange tufts and a purple tuft in the middle. He has two purple horns forked into two. He has blue eyes, two orange whiskers, and sharp fangs. He has clawed feet, and in one he clutches a blue orb. On the tip of his tail, he has a yellow-orange tag. He has orange spines along his back.

Personality

Relationships

Abilities and Powers

Stats

None
Stats Calculation
HP
 
1
STR
 
1
SPR
 
1
DEF
 
1
SPD
 
1
This shows Dragon Lord's stat on level: 99.


Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Maul 80-120 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Meteor 80-120 Earth Single enemy
No description.
Inspirit Dragon Power Single ally
Boosts an ally's STR with a dragon's might.
Soultimate Move Dragon Rock 180 Earth All enemies
Drops a boulder on his foes with the power of the crystal.
Skill Dragon Force
Power will increase when in trouble.

How to befriend

Yo-kai Watch

Fuse Draggie with a Dragon Orb.

Dragon Lord also rarely appears under bamboo trees on the Bamboo Path during the day (Blossom Heights).

Quotes

  • Loafing: "Resting up..."

History

Trivia

Origin

Dragon Lord is based on a ryū, or Eastern dragon. Originally from China, these creatures are less like yo-kai and more like actual deities (for which they're called ryūjin, or "dragon gods") that were worshipped in ancient times, and are unrivaled in both wisdom and power. They're associated with rainfall, rivers, and floods, and tornadoes are said to be dragons rising to the skies (hence the Japanese word for tornadoes - tatsumaki, literally "dragon's coil"). In China they are also associated with the imperial rule.

Texts speak of the ryū's "nine resemblances": they have a deer's horns, a crocodile's head, a demon's eyes, a snake's neck, a tortoise's belly, a fish's scales, an eagle's claws, a tiger's feet and a bull's ears. Alternatively, as part of the Chinese zodiac they are said to incorporate characteristics from all other 11 animals. They are usually portrayed holding a flaming pearl in their claws, which they especially treasure and will fight fiercely over. Somewhere on their body there is an inverted scale, and if anyone touches it they will become infuriated and tear the offender apart. From there, "touching the inverted scale" became an idiom for provoking the emperor's wrath.

Related Yo-kai

In other languages

  • Japanese: 龍神 Ryūjin
  • Korean: 신룡 Sillyong
  • Spanish: Lord Dragón
  • Italian:Drago Reale

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