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A sweeping kick that launches opponent into the air. Can be charged for range. Charged attack fires a projectile of wind into the air after kick.
Dragon Kick appeared in the original Final Fantasy XIV after the release of Patch 1.21. It was a Monk ability available after completing the level 45 job quest. When used, the player would unleash a twofold melee attack on a single target. When combo linked from Sucker Punch, Dragon Kick would also prevent the target from using weaponskills.
Dragon Kick appears in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn as a Monk weaponskill available after completing the Leven 50 Monk quest "Five Easy Pieces". It deals an attack to target with a potency of 100, and 150 if the player attacks from the target's flank. Should the player use the weaponskill when under the effects of Opo-opo Form, Dragon Kick will reduce the target's blunt resistance and intelligence by 10% for a period of 15 seconds. After the attack, it changes the user to Raptor Form for 10 seconds. The weaponskill costs 50 TP, has an instant cast time, and shares its 2.5-second recast time with other weaponskills.
Dragon Kick is a Bravery attack for Prishe, costing 20 CP to equip (10 if mastered), 150 AP to master, has a low melee and mid ranged priority, deals physical damage, and is learned at level 19. It is also a follow-up attack after another Bravery attack, which can induce Chase if it connects.
Interestingly enough, if used first to start a chain, Dragon Kick will not chain into any other attacks, making it the only Bravery attack Prishe has that cannot be chained into any other attacks.
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In Asian cultures, the dragon and the tiger are considered equal bestial rivals, with the dragon representative of things of "Yang" polarity and spirit, with the tiger representative of things of "Yin" polarity and matter. In the context of Eastern and Asian martial arts, the dragon is said to represent the aspects of soft style and internal martial arts, focusing on accuracy, mental alertness, and fluid reactivity; in martial arts fiction and fantasy, internal based martial arts are often seen with abilities centered on qi energy and spiritual powers.