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Dragon-Rearing Tips

Posted by Jon Wood on Sep 14, 2006  | Comments

Dragon-Rearing Tips - Lineage 2 - MMORPG.com

Our friends over at Lineage II have passed along some tips for raising a baby dragon from hactchling to adulthood. According to them, "Only a few faithful caretakers will be rewarded for their perseverance and effort by soaring through the skies on the back of a wyvern."

 

Hatchlings

Baby dragons are known as Hatchlings. A Pet Manager in the town of Giran starts mid-level players on their paths to begin raising the Hatchling. Once they complete a special quest, the new pet owner begins to raise the baby dragon through feeding, care, and battle experience. Owners can also bestow a unique name on their new pet, and use a special flute to call the Hatching to their side.

The Hatchling has its own personality and skills depending on its type. Baby Hatchlings can be attuned to the wind, stars, or twilight. A Hatchling of Twilight grows up to be well-suited for speedy transportation. A Hatchling of the Stars can cast magic to damage an enemy and heal itself. A Hatchling of Wind is a hardy dragon with a skill that damages their target and another that raises its own defense.

Hatchlings gain experience by fighting alongside their masters. After the Hatchling reaches level 55, it is time for the Hatchling to enter its next stage of life.

Striders

A Wiseman in a remote village sets the Hatching and its owner on the journey to become a Strider. Once the Hatchling evolves into a Strider, an owner must continue to feed and care for their charge. The sound of a Dragon Bugle summons the Strider to answer its master’s bidding.

At this stage in the dragon’s life, the Strider is well-suited for fast transportation. Adventurers can ride on the back of a Strider to quickly traverse the spacious lands of Aden and Elmore. Striders move much faster than a player on foot and their speed can save weary adventurers from certain death. Striders can also continue to fight for their master and gain their own experience through combat.

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