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Dragon's Crest IX

Dragon's Crest in Final Fantasy IX.

Deals physical damage to the enemy.
—Description, Final Fantasy IX.

Dragon's Crest (竜の紋章, Ryū no Monshō?) is a recurring ability in the series, used exclusively by Freya Crescent.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IXEdit

IX

Dragons killed Damage
10 100
20 400
30 900
40 1600
50 2500
60 3600
70 4900
80 6400
90 8100
100 9999

Dragon's Crest is part of the Dragon skillset utilized by Freya, and increases in power as the party defeats dragon-type enemies. Freya doesn't have to be in the party for Dragon's Crest's power to increase; dragons that were defeated before Freya learns it count as well.

The formula is as follows

Damage = (Number\ of\ dragons\ defeated)^2

For example, if the party has defeated 50 dragon-type enemies, Dragon's Crest will deal 2500 damage while having 75 dragons defeated will mean that Dragon's Crest will deal 5625 damage. As such, killing only 100 dragons throughout the game will power it up to its maximum 9999 damage.

Dragon's Crest requires 45 AP to learn from the Holy Lance and Kain's Lance. It costs 16 MP to use. It is potentially one of the strongest attacks in the game, tied with Zidane's Thievery, Beatrix and Steiner's Shock, and Quina's Frog Drop, as it completely ignores the target's defense as well as the Protect status.

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EtymologyEdit

A dragon is a legendary creature, typically with serpentine or reptilian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures.