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Dragon Lord is a variant Fighter archetype that models their tactics after the ferocity of dragons to demoralize and subdue their enemies. They excel in crowd control, defense, and Draconic power. Introduced in Update 66.

Dragon Lord is free to VIP, and can be unlocked for free by claiming it during the first month of Year of the Dragon, running from February 28th to March 26th, 2024. It will become available in the DDO Store for purchase on March 27th, 2024 for 995 DDO points.

Changes from base class[edit]

Ability Lose Gain
Enhancements Kensei enhancements
Vanguard enhancements
Dragon Lord enhancements
Dragon Lord Ravager enhancements
Feats Shield Proficiency (any)
Fighter bonus feats at level 1, 8, 16
Draconic Aura feats available at levels 1, 8, 16
Saving throws - Strong Will save

Draconic Aura[edit]

Dragon Lords gain a draconic aura ability. Select which aura you want as feats and upgrade the effect via Dragon Lord enhancements.

Auras grant morale bonus. This does not stack with everything, especially low level spells such as Good Hope. Upgrades in the Dragon Lord tree eventually help these exceed the bonuses of those spells. Game designers do not intend to change this to a unique typing. DDO Forums

Basic aura (available at Dragon Lord level 1)
  • Nevalarich's Hunger: You and allies close to you get a +2 Morale Bonus to Attack Rolls
  • Aussircaex's Defiance: You and allies close to you get a +2 Morale Bonus to Saving Throws
  • Thraxata's Instinct: You and allies close to you get a +2 Morale Bonus to Tactical Feat DCs
Secondary aura (available at Dragon Lord level 8)
  • Velah's Fury: You and allies close to you get a +3 Morale Bonus to Damage Rolls
  • Sinvala's Toughness: You and allies close to you get a +3 Morale Bonus to PRR
  • Eternity's Ward: You and allies close to you get a +3 Morale Bonus to MRR
Tertiary aura (available at Dragon Lord level 16)
  • The Truthful One's Might: You and allies close to you get a +4 Morale Bonus to Melee Power
  • Aurgloroasa's Ascended Wrath: You and allies close to you get a +4 Morale Bonus to Ranged Power
  • Kor Kaza's Forbidden Power: You and allies close to you get a +4 Morale Bonus to Universal Spell Power

Past life[edit]

You were a Dragon Lord in a past life. Others find you strangely compelling when you speak or take to the battlefield. Each time you acquire this feat you gain +1 Damage with Melee Weapons and +1 Breath Weapon DC. This feat can be stacked up to three times.