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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

EverQuest II Alternate Advancement Information
AAs » Bruiser AAs
Drag Rank (*/1)
1 point
Requires 20 points in Knockouts
 
Force an enemy to target you for a while
 
Target Enemy
Casting 0.5
Recast 90
Duration 4
Range Up to 5 meters
 
Effects:

You can drag target enemy around for a short duration. That enemy is forced to target you while drag is active.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Dragon article)

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Dragon may refer to:

Monsters & NPCs
Items

See also

  • Dragonkin, a race of powerful and intelligent vulture-like creatures
  • Mr. Mordaut, a dragon NPC who appears only as part of a random event
  • K'klik, a fairy dragon that players can summon by rubbing a dragon token obtained during the Recipe for Disaster quest
  • Skeletal Wyvern, the re-animated skeleton of a dragon-like being, combat level 140
  • Dragonstone, a purple gem
  • Snapdragon, a herb used for making super restore potions
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010
(Redirected to Draagax article)

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Draagax
Designation

Nonsentient

Planet of origin

Relkass

The Draagax, sometimes called "drag" for short, was a large omnivorous rodent-like creature that inhabited the planet of Relkass. Standing two meters tall with long ears and venom filled teeth, the Draagax was also a dangerous predator when it ate the narcotic Relkass sentinel plant. Using its sight, which was capable of normal and infrared, the frenzied animal would hunt down anything warm-blooded foregoing its normal diet of razor grass and small rodents. The Draagax was a pack hunter, and frequented the equatorial regions of Relkass.

Due to the danger posed by a Draagax under the influence of the sentinel plant narcotic, Relkass officials placed a reward for hunters to cull Draagax herds during the dry seasons, though few were able to take up the offer due to the hazards associated with Draagax hunting.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Dragon article)

From TibiaWiki

File:Dragon.gif
This creature is in the Reptiles class and has history.
Dragon

1000 Hit points
700 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/-- (Illusionable)
Abilities: Melee (0-120), Fire Wave (100-170), Great Fireball (60-110), Self-Healing
Pushable:
Push Objects:
Est. Max. Damage: 400 hp per turn
Immune To: Fire, Invisibility, Paralysis
Strong To: Energy (-20%), Earth (-80%)
Neutral To: Physical, Holy, Death, Drown?, Life Drain?
Weak To: Ice (+10%)
Sounds: "FCHHHH"; "GROOOOAAAAAAAAR".
Behavior: Dragons are known to retarget. This often causes shooters in a team hunt to be burned or killed. A dragon will run away from attackers when its hitpoints bar is in very low yellow.
Field Notes: Dragons are very slow-moving, but have a potent set of attacks; however, a mage or paladin can often kill one without taking any damage once they master the art.
Location: Thais Ancient Temple, Mount Sternum Dragon Cave, Mintwallin, deep in Fibula Dungeon, Kazordoon dragon (near Dwarf Bridge), Plains of Havoc, Elven Bane castle, Maze of Lost Souls, southern cave and dragon tower in Shadowthorn, Orc Fortress, Venore Dragon Lair, Pits of Inferno, Behemoth Quest room in Edron, Hero Cave, deep Cyclopolis, Edron Dragon Lair, Goroma, Ankrahmun Dragon Lairs, Draconia, Dragonblaze Peaks, some Ankrahmun Tombs, underground of Fenrock (on the way to Beregar), and Crystal Lakes.
Strategy: All players should stand diagonal from the dragon, whenever possible, to avoid the Fire Wave.

Knights: Only one knight should be present in a team hunt, as they, the blocker, must be able to move freely around the dragon and to maintain their diagonal position as the dragon takes a step (players sometimes call this "dancing with the dragon."). It is quite easy for a Knight of level 40 or higher to block a dragon without using any Health Potions at all.
Around level 60, a knight with good skills (70/70) and, optionally, a Two-Handed weapon can solo a dragon with healing and have very little waste. Remember to stand diagonal to it and always be prepared to use potions.

Mages of level 28 or higher can kill dragons without help from other players. They can Summon two Demon Skeletons and drink a few extra mana potions afterward. They should try to keep enough mana to to heal, if needed. They should enter, lure the dragon out, attack it with the demon skeletons, then move to a different floor so the dragon will target the demon skeletons. It is advisable to move to a space about 3 squares diagonal and use a strike spell (exori frigo if possible) or icicle runes to kill the dragon faster. Heal when your hp drops under 280-300. You can take some icicles with you in case the dragon flees into some narrow cave.

Paladins with a distance skill of 60+ and enough hitpoints to survive a fire wave are welcome additions to a team dragon hunt. Just be sure to have exura san spell ready to use, and stand where you can escape if the dragon starts to attack you. A paladin's ability to solo a dragon depends greatly on the terrain. Icicles are always an option. Keep in mind that a paladin can convince a demon skeleton at level 47.
Loot: 0-110 gp, 0-3 Dragon Ham, 0-12 Burst Arrow, Mace, Short Sword, Steel Shield, Crossbow, Longsword (semi-rare), Steel Helmet (semi-rare), Broadsword (semi-rare), Plate Legs (semi-rare), Double Axe (rare), Dragon Hammer (rare), Green Dragon Leather (rare), Green Dragon Scale (rare), Serpent Sword (rare), Wand of Inferno (rare), Strong Health Potion (rare), Dragon Shield (very rare), Dragonbone Staff (very rare), Small Diamond (very rare), Life Crystal (very rare). (Loot Statistics)
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