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Kaiser is a hammer and part of the Dragon Pig Set.

Obtaining

Crafted by Hammer smith (Lv. 80) from

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Final Fantasy

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Final Fantasy VI Advance Enemy
Kaiser Dragon
#383
Level HP MP
97 65,500 (262,000) 60,000
Battle Power Magic Power
30 22
Defense M. Defense MBlock
200 200 0
Speed Hit Rate Evade
90 ??? 0
EXP Gil
0 0
Japanese カイザードラゴン
Romaji Kaizā Doragon
Location Dragons' Den
Common Steal None
Rare Steal Celestriad
Item Dropped None
Morph Antidote, Green Cherry, Eye Drops, Gold Needle
Morph Miss Rate 100%
Abilities Last Breath (8x damage)
Rage None
Sketch Attack, Hyperdrive
Control None
Weak Against Varies
Resistant to None
Immune to Varies
Absorbs Varies
Status Immunity Blind, Zombie, Poison, MagiTek, Vanish, Imp, Petrify, Instant Death, Doom, Critical, Blink, Silence, Berserk, Confusion, Sap, Sleep, Slow, Stop
Other Information Auto-Float; Can't Meteor Strike; Can't Control; The party cannot escape.
"Humans and your insatiable greed... Your lust for power leads always to a lust for blood... This place is a sanctuary for wayward souls... What business have you filthy creatures here? You slaughter my brethren, and befoul their rest with the profanity of your continued existence... You should not have come here. In the name of all dragonkind, I shall grant you the death you desire. I am the dealer of destruction... I am the font from which fear springs... I am Kaiser... And your time is at end."
—Kaiser Dragon

Kaiser Dragon, also known as simply Kaiser, is an optional superboss in the game Final Fantasy VI Advance and is fought in the Dragons' Den. Easily the most difficult opponent in the entire game (barring Omega Weapon), Kaiser Dragon has 262,000 HP and never seems to run out of MP.

Kaiser Dragon has 65,500 HP per stage. He has four stages. He moves onto the next stage when he Wall Changes. He Wall Changes after a period of time or if you are able to completely deplete his HP in a turn.

The attacks, spells, and counters Kaiser Dragon employs are dependent on the results of Wall Change and what life he is on, and are as follows:

Kaiser Dragon Barrier Change/Spell List
Spells cast/Counters Elemental Weakness/Timing
Casts: Firaga, Meteor, Flare, Meltdown, Flare Star

If attacked by anything: Southern Cross

Fire
Casts: Blizzaga, Absolute Zero, Avalanche, Northern Cross

If attacked by anything: Freezing Dust

Ice
Casts: Plasma, Thundaga, Gigavolt

If attacked by anything: Wave Cannon

Lightning
Casts: Scintillation, Venomist, Doom, Lullaby, Crypt Dust, Disaster, Cloudy Heaven

If attacked by anything: Bio

Poison
Casts: Physical, Aero, Tornado, Cyclonic

If attacked by anything: Wind Slash

Wind
Casts: Reflect + Reflect???, Protect + Shell + Haste, Physical, Lv. ? Holy Holy

If attacked by anything: Hyperdrive

Holy
Physical x3, Physical x2 + Last Breath (800% physical damage), Last Breath x2 Earth
Aqua Breath x2 + El Nino, Tsunami x2 + Flash Rain Water
Physical, Shockwave, Physical x3, Metal Cutter, Blaster, Trine

If attacked by anything: Physical

None
Heartless Angel, Mind Blast If Timer >= 15
Meltdown, Quake, Hyperdrive, Flash Rain, Gale Cut, Absolute Zero, Physical x2 + Last Breath

If attacked by anything: Last Breath or Revenge Blast

Last Stage

When Kaiser Dragon's HP hits zero during his last stage, he casts Ultima, causing massive damage to the entire party.

Kaiser Dragon is actually the CzarDragon; a dummied superboss that was taken out of the final product of the original SNES game. While CzarDragon's appearance was merely a palette swap of Fiend Dragon and Blue Dragon, Kaiser Dragon was given an all-new look, unique to himself, though its sprite is actually a modified version of CzarDragon's.

Defeating Kaiser Dragon rewards the player with the Diabolos Magicite.

Strategy

Equip as much elemental-resisting equipment as you can. Ribbons will help against his Poison mode and Mind Blast.

Avoid bringing Edgar and Mog, unless the latter has been trained as a tank mage, since they will not be awarded Ribbons because their main damage source, Dragon Horn + Jump, uses both relic slot, making the party mage waste time with Esuna. Bring as many Celestriads as you can for the mages, since they don't have the time to spend using Osmose. At the exception of those mentioned, characters should abuse their main ways of dealing damage (Quick - Ultima x 2, Valiant Knife while wounded, throwing Impartisans, Blitz). Have as many buffs (Hastega, Valor and such) on your party as possible. Reraise is always useful too.

After he Wall Changes for the last time, make sure you always have someone with Reraise, since Kaiser always ends the battle with Ultima, dealing over 6.000 damage to all, making it very unlikely for you to survive.

It is advantageous to attack the Kaiser Dragon as much as possible when it is in the status-ailment-inflicting stage (listed as fourth on the chart above), because it will only counter attacks with the relatively weak Bio, which can be nullified with Ribbons.

See also

Related enemies


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Star Wars Fanon

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Kaiser was the only elected official of the Par government. Their job was to propose laws for the citizens to vote on.


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Transformers

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Mr. Kaiser is a human character in the Masterforce portion of the Generation One continuity.
Right Guard. Anything else would be uncivilized.

Mister Kaiser is a teacher at the International School, although it is not known what subject he teaches. His worst student is the Autobot Headmaster Junior Cab, who is a genius at playing pranks, but an idiot at everything else. Kaiser takes his royal student's failings personally, and has vowed to bond with his stupidest student, and thus inspire him to perform. Cab, in turn, has taken to avoiding Mr. Kaiser like the plague, and trained his pet parrot and armadillo to attack him on sight.

English/Malay dub name: Mister San
Note: Yes, StarTV elected to translate "Kaiser-san", which means "Mr. Kaiser", as "Mr. San". Believe it.

Fiction

Super-God Masterforce cartoon

Cab had to do detention with Mr. Kaiser after getting a zero on his test. After the detention, Mr. Kaiser doggedly tracked Cab down to deliver a letter from his caretaker Donq, and remind him the distress he was causing his elderly teacher. Cab accepted the letter, but appeared unaffected by the guilt trip. A Fierce Battle!! The Autobots Are in Trouble


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Yugioh

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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Zane Truesdale

Zane Truesdale

Kanji

丸藤亮

Rōmaji

Marufuji Ryō

English

Zane Truesdale

Alternate names

Ryo Marufuji (Japanese translated)

Hell Kaiser (Japanese nickname)

Kaiser (Manga and Japanese nickname)

Debut (Manga)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 016

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 001

Appears in

Manga

Anime

Age

20 (17 at debut)

Gender

Male

Deck(s)
Seiyū (Japanese)
Voice actor(s) (English)

Zane Truesdale, known in Japan as Ryo Marufuji, or "Kaiser Ryo", is the top Duelist of Duel Academy in Jaden's first year, Zane serves as one of Jaden's rivals during the series' first season, though he takes a more brutal approach to dueling after experiencing a transformation of mind in the second. In subsequent seasons he develops fatal heart conditions and seeks an opponent worthy enough to give him his final and greatest duel before he expires. (Though in both versions after dying due to his loss to Yubel he is revived when Jaden's soul fuses with Yubel.)

Contents

Character design

Zane's design incorporates multiple layers of clothing and a wide range of expressions. Depicted here is the duelist in full Obelisk Blue regalia from the front, rear and alongside views with views of his head from different angles.

Zane's character design was overseen by Kenichi Hara. His first season outfit (left) consists of the standard Obelisk Blue uniform with a more pronounced collar, tighter-bound sleeves, and pointed rims coming out the costume's lower back. His blue hair is sectioned in three layers, his blue eyes positioned directly beneath the bangs of the layer closest to his face. He carries an Academy-issued Duel Disk on his left hand.

Zane's second outfit consists of a black overcoat with white trimmings and sharp edges. The letter "R" is centered on his belt buckle, drawn from the first letter of his name in the Japanese version. (This feature has been occasionally removed from the English version.) Zane's facial expressions also elicit more angered and/or sadistic nuances than those of his previous design.

Character biography

17-year old Zane Truesdale is the stronger older brother of Syrus who stays in the Obelisk Blue dormitory. Zane is highly respected, and a duel with him is reserved only for the elite. He is also good friends with Alexis and her brother, Atticus. In the original version of the series, he is nicknamed "Kaiser Ryo" (カイザー亮 Kaizā Ryō).

When Syrus was younger, he almost used the card Power Bond without thinking during a duel. He was stopped by Zane who revealed that if he used it, he would have lost the duel at the end of his turn because of the card's drawback. Paying off Syrus's opponent to end the duel, Zane sealed the card, stating that his brother could only use it when he was truly ready. Syrus, believing himself to be a disgrace to his older brother, did not unseal the card until much later after his friend Jaden faced off against Zane. Zane was selected by Camula, the second member of the Shadow Riders, as a victim of her shadow duel. Though he easily overpowered her, the vampire forced him into an intentional loss by offering his brother's soul as payment for her "Illusion Gate" card. As a result, he was turned into a doll for a short period of time, before Jaden managed to defeat Camula.

Zane is one of three people to have defeated Jaden in a duel during the anime, the others being Kaibaman, and Aster Phoenix. He later faces Jaden in a rematch, choosing him as his opponent for his ceremonial graduation duel. The duel ends in a tie after Zane and Jaden use a variety of cards to raise their monsters' attack strengths to astronomical levels, but ended up taking damage equal to both monsters' attack points, due to Final Fusion. Zane goes on to compete in Duel Pro League after his graduation.

Zane's design incorporates multiple layers of clothing and a wide range of expressions. Depicted here is the duelist in the outfit he wears beginning partway through the second season from the front alongside views of his head from different angles.

A fan favorite in the Pro League, he suffers his first true loss at the hands of Aster Phoenix, who continuously tells him that his defeat is "predetermined by destiny." The duel that the two engage in marks the first time Zane takes damage from "Power Bond". The battle takes its toll; from then on, Zane finds himself perpetually trapped in a losing streak. He is approached by Mr. Shroud, a promoter who offers him the chance to redeem himself, and although reluctant at first, Zane ultimately accepts.

Hell Kaiser Ryo aka Dark Zane

Hell Kaiser Ryo / Dark Zane

Zane is pitted against Mad Dog in the "Underground Duel," a competition in front of a shady audience wherein both contestants are sealed inside a cage and forced to wear electrodes that shock them each time life points are depleted. Zane again finds himself on the losing end, but realizes that his former philosophy of respecting the opponent above the desire to win has limits towards the end of the game. Frustrated and desperate, he resorts to cruelty and aggression and summons the "Chimeratech Overdragon", which wins the duel, and practically destroys the dueling ring in the process. As the smoke clears, Shroud is amazed (he calls Ryo a "monster" in the Japanese version). The next time Zane is seen, he proves his strength to the dueling world once more. He is now addressed as "Hell Kaiser Ryo" (ヘルカイザー亮, Heru Kaizā Ryō) in the Japanese version. He has donned a dark outfit, and a personality to match. In English Yu-Gi-Oh! video games, this version of Zane is referred to as "Dark Zane" to differentiate him from his former persona, who is also a possible opponent.

Zane returns to the Pro League and goes on a new winning streak, and many of his opponents are left seriously injured at the hands of his monsters' direct attacks, possibly due to the same reasons the deck gave him heart problems. In episode 83, after firing his promoter, Zane travels into the mountains to confront Chancellor Sheppard in the dojo where he was brought up dueling, hoping to acquire the forbidden Underworld, known in Japan as Cyber-Style Reverse (サイバー流裏, Saibā Ryū Ura) Deck that existed opposite of his own "Cyber Dragon" deck. Though Sheppard manages to keep Zane at bay with his "Cyber Ogre" and various methods of manipulating his opponent's monsters, he is defeated by his own "Cyber Ogre 2" when Zane betrays his "Cyber End Dragon". Zane takes his prize, but Sheppard believes that he will regain the respect he once held for others during the Genex Tournament, and thus gives him a medal that will allow him to participate.

Zane during his duel with Syrus.

Shortly thereafter, Atticus Rhodes duels Zane under the impression that his friend has fallen to the dark side, much like himself when he was taken in by the Shadow Riders, using the deck of Nightshroud to symbolize his belief that, just as he was able to break free from the darkness that had corrupted him, so too could Zane. Using his new deck, Zane easily dispatches his opponent, causing the dark power of Nightshroud to once again envelop Atticus as he loses faith in his friend's salvation. Zane, however, tells him upon his defeat that there is no darkness in his heart, and that his only wish is to achieve victory through unrelenting force and the accumulation of power. In turn, the monster that others perceive him to have become has merely been born of his inability to cope with failure.

In episode 95, Zane approaches Aster Phoenix for a second duel. Syrus, however, intervenes and demands to be his opponent instead. Similar to his previous duel with Mad Dog, both players wear electrodes, subject to the intense physical punishment of the "Hell Duel." It becomes clear that, in his current mindset, Zane spares no one; he is cold, ruthless, and sadistic, regardless of whom his opponents are, and enjoys seeing others suffer, even if it is his brother he is torturing. Despite Syrus's impressive plays, Zane defeats him when he defuses "Cyberdark Dragon" back to its three original fusion components. He then makes his exit, stating that if there is anything he respects at all anymore, it is only victory itself. He appears again in episode 102 following a brief run-in with the disguised Blair Flannigan, giving her his tournament medal as he is no longer interested in participating, and leaves Duel Academy Island. Every single character that met him on the island is shocked by his change, including Aster. Up to this point Jaden was also revealed to have thought that Zane had just "tried on a new look".

He is not seen again until midway through the third year, when he returns to duel Jesse Andersen to supply the energy necessary for the awakening of Rainbow Dragon card. Later, after hearing about Yubel, he designates it as his final opponent. Soon after, along with Aster Phoenix, he sees Jaden and company off on their journey to rescue Jesse in the different dimension, only to get sucked in as well with Aster. By this time, it is believed that prolonged usage of electrodes (later revealed to actually be his Underworld Deck) has left him with fatal heart conditions. In the dub he says that his heart is weak from the electrodes, but he never says that his heart condition is fatal (although it is heavily implied).

While in the alternate dimension, along with Aster, he helps Jim Crocodile Cook and Axel Brodie in their effort to defeat The Supreme King after he possesses Jaden. After this task, he decides to restore a traumatized Jaden back to his old self, but is unsuccessful as he didn't understand the extent of the trauma. He decides to duel a Yubel-possessed Jesse in order to fulfill his dying wish of being immortalized, but is ultimately defeated and dies from his heart conditions. However, he manages to grant his wish by making his "Cyber End Dragon" an eternal symbol of his skill and strength. Zane's performance in the duel and last words along with the wisdom of the others allows Jaden to put his problems aside so he may face Yubel. He is later discovered to be alive, and held prisoner with everyone else who died in the Duel Spirit world in an alternate dimension by Yubel.

Under unexplained circumstances, he returns to Duel Academy after washing up, unconscious, on the beach. His heart is still in bad shape, but he is put under the care of his brother to recover. It is revealed that his heart condition was caused not by the electrodes but by his Cyberdark Deck. He later duels Inotsume Makoto, a practitioner of the Psycho-Style, who has made it his goal to destroy all those who use the Cyber-Style. The duel takes its toll on Zane, as he becomes so weak he cannot even reach to his own deck to surrender. Syrus attempts to do it for him, then announces that his brother will not surrender, but will merely pull out of the duel. Syrus then takes Zane's Duel Disk to finish the duel himself, but instantly comes to regret his decision as he starts to suffer the same heart problems as Zane, where the deck attempts to inflict more quickly on Syrus due to the cards realizing Zane will no longer use them. Syrus overcomes this by "making the deck his own" by combining it with aspects of his own Vehicroid deck. After the duel with Inotsume, Zane allows Syrus to keep the deck with Zane saying he will start over with a new deck.

Manga

Zane in the Manga
In the manga, Zane was studying in America until recently returning to Duel Academy with two American duelists, David Rabb and Reggie MacKenzie, in tow. It remains to be seen if he plays the same deck he did in the anime, although in one clip from the manga, we see Zane superimposed over "Cyber End Dragon" in a website article. Also, in the most recent issue of the series, he is seen wielding new Cyber Dragon cards based off of constellations while dueling against Chazz Princeton. He doubts Syrus' willingness to do what is necessary to advance in the dueling world, but after seeing him fight, and declare that he wants to "fight as" a pro duelist, acknowledges him as a good duelist.

Voice/Mannerisms

Personality-wise, Zane is calm and collected, with a deep respect for his opponents and his own cards. He feels that the connection between a duelist and his opponent, as well as the duelist himself and his deck, makes victory meaningful. His dubbed personality is harsher than his Japanese counterpart, which is surprising.

Following his duel in the underground against Mad Dog, his personality is much harsher, crueler, and sadistic; as he enjoys watching his opponents suffer. Some people say that he acts a lot like Seto Kaiba in the sense that he is constantly wanting more power. In the dubbed version, he even rants about how the world is made of hurt, and that dueling is all about dealing with pain and inflicting pain on those who are weak. It was originally believed to be the electrodes that were the cause of Zane's heart problems but it was later revealed the cause of his heart problems was the use of his Cyberdark deck; the cards' desire to win at all costs were what inflicted the damage to his heart (in the original, Judai also mentions a wide variety of reasons why the cards might do so). This isn't very evident until his final duel against Jesse in the alternate dimension as he says he wishes to enjoy his last duel whether he wins or loses.

Deck

Main article: Zane Truesdale's Decks

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