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In the beginning, there was the Dragon Titan, an immortal being capable of burning an entire world, or rekindling a soul's lost spark.
~ History of Fire Magic

Summary

The Dragon Titan is the son of Grandfather Spider and Grandmother Raven and the sibling of the Ice Titan and the Storm Titan. Some time after the creation of the three original Titans, Bartleby sang a song that duplicated them into a race of Lesser Titans which would go on and inhabit the First World. The Fire Titans held dominion over the land, whereas the Storm Titans ruled the sea and the Ice Titans governed the sky. Eventually, the three elder races would go to war with each other, which would ultimately destroy the First World. Desperate to save what they could, Grandmother Raven and Bartleby joined together to sing the Song of Creation and fashion the Spiral out of the First World's broken fragments. As punishment for the First World's destruction, as well as assurance that such an event could not happen again, Bartleby sang the Titanic Lullaby which would place most of the three races to sleep.

Millennia later, Malistaire Drake would seek out the Krokonomicon in an effort to resurrect the Dragon Titan and force it to resurrect his deceased wife, Sylvia. However, due to the immense danger faced with awakening the Titan, Malistaire was ultimately stopped and put to rest by the Wizard.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 1-A, possibly High 1-A

Name: The Dragon Titan

Origin: Wizard101

Gender: Unknown

Age: Unknown

Classification: Fire Titan, Ruler of the Land, Embodiment of Fire Magic

Attack Potency: At least Outerverse level, possibly High Outerverse level

Speed: Irrelevant

Lifting Strength: Irrelevant

Striking Strength: At least Outerversal, possibly High Outerversal

Durability: At least Outerverse level, possibly High Outerversal

Stamina: Inexhaustible

Range: Irrelevant

Standard Equipment: None Notable

Intelligence: Unknown

Weaknesses: None Notable

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Damage-Over-Time: Many Fire Magic spells are built to deal multiple instances of damage over time, continuously harming their opponents.
  • Smokescreen: Decreases opponents' accuracy.
  • Firespear: Adds a piercing charm to the target of the spell.
  • Backdraft: Increases the damage of the next incoming Fire spell by varying amounts depending on how much power is put into the spell.
  • Damage Reduction: Reduces incoming damage from the various schools of magic (including their own).
  • Steal Charm: Steals a positive charm from the opponent.

Notes

  • For a summary of how magic works in Wizard101, click here.
  • For a detailed explanation of the terminology used in the game, click here.

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