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Green Dragon (グリーンドラゴン, Gurīndoragon?), also known as Green D., G.Dragon, and Gas D, is a recurring enemy in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

Green Dragon is an enemy initially fought at the Waterfall Cavern and Chaos Shrine, and in the Game Boy Advance and later remakes, at the Lifespring Grotto. In the pre-GBA versions, it is the strongest dragon in the game, but is far less powerful in later releases. It comes with a regular physical attack and the powerful Poison Gas ability. Green Dragons are weak to the Ice element.

Final Fantasy IIEdit

Green Dragon is initially fought as a boss in Cyclone, protecting a chest containing a Wind Flute, and later as an enemy found in the Jade Passage. It attacks with a physical attack and the ability Poison Cloud XVI, and is weak to Lightning-elemental attacks whilst absorbing Poison-elemental attacks. Unlike other dragons, it drops the Healing Staff and Diamond Helm equipment as well as a couple consumable items.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

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Green Dragon is an enemy fought at Crystal Tower, and in the 3D remakes, at ??? where the Iron Giant is fought. It is a powerful foe as it focuses solely on regular attacks that can inflict Confuse while attacking twice per turn, and boosts a very high HP and Attack stat. In the 3D versions, it is notable for dropping the Elixir, Onion Shield, Onion Gauntlets, and Onion Sword, while in the NES version, it may also drop the Onion Helm.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

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Green Dragon is an enemy fought at Tower of Babil from hatching from a Mystery Egg, the overworld of the Underground, and in the Game Boy Advance and later releases, the Lunar Ruins. It is a decently powerful foe, having a moderately strong physical attack and access to the ability Lightning. In the non-3D games, it is valuable for potentially dropping the Siren and Silver Apple, while in the 3D remakes it is much more valuable for the Green Tail it can drop.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Green Dragon returns as a boss fought at the Tower of Babil. Green Dragon now uses Thundara instead of Lightning and has access to Toad. Once defeated, Rydia learns the Ramuh summon, and in addition it may drop the Blue Fang and Silver Apple. It is weak to Holy-elemental attacks.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Green Dragon returns initially as a rare enemy at the Agart Mine during Rydia's Tale, and later as two separate versions at the Subterrane. It is a notable enemy for dropping the Green Tail at the Agart Mine and during the Waning Moon phase on the eighth floor in the Subterrane, while the normal version drops Silver Apples. It otherwise returns to its original Final Fantasy IV version, now using just regular attacks and Lightning to fight the party.

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

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Theatrhythm Final FantasyEdit

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy World Wide WordsEdit

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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.

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