The most powerful member of the Dragovians. After the tragic events involving the Hero's parents, he started to believe that humans and Dragovians could never coexist, and thus he cast a spell in himself in order to remain forever in his dragon form. This made him lose control over his mind and begin draining the life energy from the rest of the Dragovian population.
Just when the remaining Dragovians were about to lose hope, because none of them could be able to stop their Lord, the party arrived in the Dragovian Sanctuary, and Chen Mui asks them for help.
After the party's first victory against him, the Lord of the Dragovians returns to his senses. Amazed and ashamed by the fact the same boy he and his people had estranged had saved his tribe from certain doom, he gives them the right to perform the Dragovian Trials: a series of battles against him in dragon form, where each victory allows access to one of the Dragovian treasures. Each time the Lord of the Dragovians is defeated, he morphs into an even stronger dragon for the following battle.
His seven forms are the Vermillion Dragon, the Emerald Dragon, the Silver Dragon, the Golden Dragon, the Darksteel Dragon, the Divine Dragon, and the Ultimate Dragon. In the final Dragovian Trial, the Hero must beat all six dragon forms in a row, and then he must confront the final form, the Ultimate Dragon. Even in his weakest form, the Vermillion Dragon, the Lord of the Dragovians reveals himself as an opponent even more challenging than any other in the game, including Rhapthorne himself.
As an homage to the original game, each form of the Dragovian bears a striking resemblance to the Dragonlord of the first Dragon Quest game, as noted when the dragon stands upon his hind legs. The Ultimate Dragon, however looks identical to the Dragonlord.
The treasures include Dragovian armor, an improved alchemy pot, a legendary monster team monster and some other surprises.
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