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The Feral Dragon (Japanese: 竜 Dragon) is a dragon class which was introduced in Fire Emblem Fates. It exclusively belongs to Corrin and their child, Kana, and appears temporarily in scenes where these characters first discover their dragon powers. They use the water-themed Draconic Rage breath weapon, whose animation shows the dragon attacking their opponent with their horns or tail while water swirls in the air. The dragon animation this class uses is the same one that the Nohr Prince, Nohr Princess, Hoshido Noble, and Nohr Noble use when equipped with a dragonstone. They are incapable of making use of Pair Up or Tag Team.
The first of two appearances of the Feral Dragon is in Chapter 5, when Corrin transforms into their dragon form for the first time. During this event the player can use the class, but only for that chapter. Corrin then reverts back to Nohr Prince or Nohr Princess at the end of the chapter, and from that point they are able to use dragonstones to assume dragon form again without turning feral. The second appearance is when Kana goes through something similar in their recruitment paralogue, but unlike Corrin, is an NPC while in dragon form for the duration of the chapter.
Class growth rates
Playable Feral Dragons
|Corrin||Fates (Only for the duration of Chapter 5)|
|Kana||Fates (Only in the Heirs of Fate II DLC)|
|Playable Feral Dragon units in the Fire Emblem series.|
Notable NPC Feral Dragons
|Kana||Fates (Only as an NPC in their recruitment chapter before joining)|
|Neutral Feral Dragon units in the Fire Emblem series.|
|Fates||A ferocious beast that was once
- Since the characters that have this class are descended from a Silent Dragon, that is the likely dragon species of the Feral Dragon, and it shares that dragon breed's association with water. This is unspecified in the class name presumably to avoid spoiling the plot of the game.
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
Officially romanized as Dragon.
Corrin's dragon form portrait from Fire Emblem Warriors.
|This article is part of Project Classes, a project focused in writing articles for every class present in the Fire Emblem series.|