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Dorgann Klauser, also known as Drogan Klauser, is a character from Final Fantasy V. He is Bartz Klauser's father.

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StoryEdit

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Dorgann is Bartz's father and raised Bartz alone after the death of his wife, Stella. According to Bartz, Dorgann kept many secrets from his son. After Stella's death, they moved around until Dorgann fell terminally ill and died three years ago. His final wishes were to be buried next to his wife and for Bartz to explore the world.

Warriors of Dawn

Dorgann and his fellow Warriors of Dawn sealing Exdeath.

Dorgann was a member of the Warriors of Dawn from another world, who had sealed the evil sorcerer Exdeath thirty years ago. Dorgann opted to remain on Bartz's world to watch Exdeath's seal while the other three Warriors returned to their world. Along with the other three warriors, Dorgann appears at the end of the Interdimensional Rift to give the new generation of Warriors, the Warriors of Light of which Bartz is a member of, the strength to fight and destroy Exdeath once and for all.

Spoilers end here.

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK

FFRK Dorgann
One of the four Warriors of Dawn who came from another world and imprisoned the sorcerer Exdeath. Remaining behind to ensure the sorcerer did not escape, he met a woman, Stella, and with her had a child, Bartz.
—Character profile.

Dorgann is a playable character who could be initially recruited during the Challenge Event Heir of the Dawn as a First Time Reward for completing the event's Xezat's Fleet stage in Part 1.

Assessment

Dorgann is a Dawn Warrior, whose combat role is Physical Attack.

Stats
Level HP Attack Defense Magic Resistance Mind Accuracy Evasion Speed
1 231 11 11 7 9 8 19 20 87
10 899 28 33 14 19 20 19 20 91
20 1,643 48 54 24 31 33 19 20 97
30 2,385 68 74 34 44 47 20 21 102
40 3,129 87 92 45 58 60 20 21 108
50 3,872 107 109 56 73 74 21 22 114
60 4,614 127 126 67 88 87 22 23 119
RankMax: 5 4 4 4 1 2 2 3 3 2
Record Spheres
Sphere S.Lv 1 S.Lv 2 S.Lv 3 S.Lv 4 S.Lv 5
Warrior +1 ATK +70 HP +1 DEF +1 ATK +2 ATK
Knight +1 DEF +1 ATK +100 HP +1 DEF +3% Knight Ability Damage
Red Mage +1 ATK +1 DEF +1 ATK +60 HP +2 DEF
Gladiator*Requires mastery of Warrior's Record Sphere. +3 ATK +3 DEF +200 HP +4 ATK +3% Sword Damage
Paladin*Requires mastery of Warrior and Knight's Record Spheres. +3 DEF +3 ATK +4 DEF +250 HP +6% Knight Ability Damage
Spellblade*Requires mastery of Knight and Red Mage's Record Spheres. +3 ATK +3 DEF +170 HP +5 ATK +6 ATK
Aegis Strike Use 6★ Knight Abilities Aegis Strike +3% Knight Ability Damage
Abilities

Dorgann can use Spellblade abilities up to rarity rank 3, Combat abilities up to rarity rank 5, Support abilities up to rarity rank 4, Knight abilities up to rarity rank 5, and Samurai abilities up to rarity rank 2.

His default Soul Break is Shirahadori, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment temporarily lowers the Defense of one target a small amount a raises the user's Attack and small amount.

Equipment

Dorgann can equip the following weapon types: daggers, swords, katanas, axes, and spears.

He can equip the following armor types: shields, hats, helms, light armor, heavy armor, and bracers.

He can equip accessories.

Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

TCG

Dorgann TCG

Dorgann has a single card part of the Shine set.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

Klauser is a German family name derived from the medieval given name Klaus, short for Niklaus or Nicholaus, which means "people's victory".

TriviaEdit

  • In the GBA/PSP/iOS remakes of the original Final Fantasy, Drogan is one of the automatic names the player can choose for the Monk job.
  • In Dissidia Final Fantasy, the artwork for BartzDissidiaBartz is in the same pose as Dorgann's original artwork. In addition, one of Bartz's exclusive weapons, Dorgann's Blade, is named after him.
  • The sword Dorgann is wielding in his Yoshitaka Amano artwork is similar to one of the swords seen in the Onion Knight art from Final Fantasy III.
  • Final Fantasy XII features an airship model named Durga. It is a Dalmascan carrier ship called Dug, appearing at the opening cinematic.
  • Dorgann, along with the other Dawn Warriors, has a trophy/achievement named after him in Final Fantasy XIII, "Dorgann's Trophy".