“Wah ha ha hah! Dice, shops, locks and barrels, I shall command them all!”
Dragonlord, sometimes referred to as Dracolord, is the main villain of the first Dragon Quest and the first major villain in the Dragon Quest series. He is a powerful sorcerer who can transform into a dragon and once conquered the kingdom of Alefgard. He makes his first appearance in the Mario series as one of the playable characters in Itadaki Street DS.
In Dragon Quest, Dragonlord was the ruler of Charlock Castle and prior to the game he had stolen the Sphere of Light to allow his evil monster army to invade the kingdom of Alefgard. He then kidnapped Princess Gwaelin to prevent the king from organizing a resistance, leading to the nameless Hero of the game to beginning his adventure to rid the land of his tyranny and save the princess. Despite his appearance of a physically weak humanoid sorcerer, it was revealed that he was in truth a large and powerful Dragon.
He also appeared as a monster in Dragon Quest Monsters series and as a playable character in Itadaki Street Special.
Captain N: The Game Master
He appeared in Captain N: The Game Master where he was portrayed as a dragon at all times. He was often featured as a villain in the series and appeared to be king of all dragons. Unlike in the games, his dragon form is red instead of purple.
Itadaki Street DS
He appears as a playable character in Itadaki Street DS. Items called Dragonlord Hat, Dragonlord's Robe and Dragonlord Staff are collectible items that can be equipped on customizable characters.
Dragonlord returns as an unlockable character in the sequel to Itadaki Street DS, Fortune Street, for the Wii. He is the third character to be unlocked, and is unlocked by placing first or second on the Alefgard board in Tour Mode. He still has a similar appearance as in the previous game. This time, however, the area around his robe is lighter in color, the jewel on his necklace has spikes, his hat resembles bat ears rather than horns, and most notably, he now has a visible nose.
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