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The Dragoon is a wind-elemental Eidolon from Final Fantasy Dimensions II. It can be obtained as a signet for Wrieg to equip by completing Wrieg's final episode, "Future Partner".

In the original free-to-play versions of the game, the Dragoon's signet was a god-tier summon that could only be obtained through the game's summon draw shop. However, it taught the Boost Jump ability instead of the Highwind ability. The Dragoon was an SSS rank summon and could be equipped by any party member.

ProfileEdit

The Dragoon summon is based on the recurring job class in the series. The artwork for the Dragoon is based on the character Barbara from Final Fantasy Dimensions, taking elements from the armor design from the character's official artwork and the color scheme from her in-game sprite.

BattleEdit

The Dragoon's special attack is Spring of Heroism, which raises the attack, magic, and speed of all party members for three turns. Summoning the Dragoon costs 2 bar from the Summon Gauge.

StatsEdit

Rank AP Required Max HP Max MP Max Attack Max Magic Max Speed Components Needed
1★ 150/150 371 20 68 23 21 None
2★ 200/200 432 24 78 27 24 Green Gem I
3★ 250/250 503 28 90 31 28 Green Gem II

AbilitiesEdit

The following are the abilities Wrieg can learn from the Dragoon:

Ability-type Name Effect Cost
Highwind I Ability One Enemy: Critical physical wind attack.
Effective against flying enemies/dragons.
MP 80
Highwind II Ability One Enemy: Critical physical wind attack.
Effective against flying enemies/dragons.
MP 80
Highwind III Highwind III One Enemy: Critical physical wind attack.
Effective against flying enemies/dragons.
MP 80
Physical damage dealt when spear is equipped +20% Passive (Unlocked with Final Evolution)

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Etymology Edit

"Dragoon" is the traditional name for a special soldier type in classical European warfare. Unlike in Final Fantasy, the original dragoons did not fight with lances, that being the job of "lancers"—a different soldier class. Dragoons were infantry that rode on horseback, but fought on foot. Originally they fought with a musket called the "dragoon," giving them the name. The dragoons' arsenal expanded to include guns, sabres, and axes. During the Napoleonic Wars they became medium cavalry and reached the height of their popularity.

After the Napoleonic Wars, to make better use of the number of men the European military had, the dragoons were trained to use lances and lancers became obsolete. Thanks to the advances of modern warfare, dragoons lost their niche and modern dragoon units exist only for ceremonial purposes.