Human in appearance, but descended of dragons. The blood of the Holy Dragon flows in her veins.Description
Dragonkin, also known as Dragoner, is a special job from Final Fantasy Tactics. Reis's default job, the Dragonkin is about taming dragons and using dragon powers to aid allies in battle. It costs 3,350 JP to master.
Dragonkin has the highest HP, MP and Magick growth among all jobs, as well as an excellent Attack stat that surpasses even that of the Sword Saint's. The Dragonkin's impressive stat growth comes at a price: she can equip only female-exclusive equipment.
|Move Rate||Jump Rate||Speed||Physical Evasion Rate||Base Attack||Base Magic||Base HP||Base MP|
|3||3||11||7%||Very High||Very High||Very High||Very High|
Dragonkin job command. Only usable by those with dragonblood in their veins.Description
The damage formula for Holy Breath is as follows:
The damage formula for all other attacks are as follows:
|Attack with breath of flame.|
|Attack with breath of ice.|
|Attack with breath of lightning.|
|Persuade a foe to become an ally.|
|Forfeit the user's HP to restore that of an ally, curing status effects at the same time.|
Removes: Blind, Confuse, Silence, Oil, Berserk, Toad, Poison, Stop, Sleep, Immobilize, Disable.
|Harness dragon spirit energy to increase Bravery, Speed, and physical and magickal attack power.|
|Harness a peculiar power to warp time, filling the target's CT gauge and immediately giving it a turn.|
|Attack with breath of sacred power.|
|Counter Tackle||Counterattack with a tackle.||Physical Attack||180|
|Equip Axes||Equip axes, regardless of job.||170|
|Adds an ability to all monsters in neighboring tiles with an elevation difference of 3h or less.||200|
|Defend||Defend oneself against an attack. Adds the Defend command.||50|
(Gained JP Up)
|Increase the amount of JP earned in battle.||250|
|PS1 Name||Description||JP Needed|
|Move +1||Increase Move by 1.||200|
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
dragon is a legendary creature, typically with serpentine or reptilian traits, which is featured in the myths of many cultures.A
"-Kin" is a suffix which denotes close relation to the root word by characteristics and/or ancestry.