Drakon

From Heroes 3 wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Fortress
Beastmasters
Alkin Alkin
Broghild Broghild
Bron Bron
Drakon Drakon
Gerwulf Gerwulf
Korbac Korbac
Tazar Tazar
Wystan Wystan
Witches
Andra Andra
Merist Merist
Mirlanda Mirlanda
Rosic Rosic
Styg Styg
Tiva Tiva
Verdish Verdish
Voy Voy
Adrienne Adrienne Armageddon's BladeMap Editor
Kinkeria Kinkeria Horn of the Abyss
Towns
Castle Stronghold Inferno
Rampart Fortress Necropolis
Tower Conflux Dungeon
Factory Cove
Drakon the Beastmaster
Basic information:
Drakon Class: Beastmaster
Gender: Male
Race: Gnoll
Drakon was the greatest warrior in his village, and later the region, before choosing to serve King Tralossk. His charismatic demeanor (at least with other Gnolls) has troops volunteering to join his armies in droves.
Specialty: Gnolls
Specialty Gnolls Increases the speed of any Gnolls or Gnoll Marauders by 1 and their Attack and Defense skills for each level attained after 1st level.
Starting primary skills:
Attack 0 Defense 4 Spell Power 1 Knowledge 1
Starting secondary skills:
Basic Armorer  Basic Armorer
Basic Leadership  Basic Leadership
Starting troops:
Gnoll Gnoll 10–20 Always
Gnoll Gnoll 10–20 88%
Gnoll Gnoll 10–20 25%
Starting troops Horn of the Abyss:
Gnoll Gnoll 15-25 Always
Gnoll Gnoll 15-25 Always
Gnoll Gnoll 15-25 Always
Starting movement points:
1630

Drakon the Beastmaster is a Fortress hero.

Not to be confused with Wizard Dracon Dracon the Wizard.

Trivia[edit]

In the Armageddon's Blade campaign Playing with Fire (level: Burning of Tatalia), Drakon uses an alternate profile: Drakon (Burning of Tatalia).

Specialty[edit]

The in-game description lacks the speed bonus information. (Description is fixed in HotA Horn of the Abyss).

Unlike the native terrain speed bonus, the creature specialty speed bonus can affect the hero's movement points in case the creature is the slowest one in the army.

Drakon Gnoll Gnoll Marauder Gnoll Gnoll Marauder
Level Attack Defense Attack Defense Level Attack Defense Attack Defense
Level 3 5 4 6 Level 3 5 4 6
1 +1 +1 +1 +1 41 +7 +11 +9 +13
4 +1 +1 +1 +2 44 +7 +11 +9 +14
5 +1 +2 +1 +2 45 +7 +12 +9 +14
6 +1 +2 +2 +2 46 +7 +12 +10 +14
7 +2 +2 +2 +3 47 +8 +12 +10 +15
9 +2 +3 +2 +3 48 +8 +13 +10 +15
11 +2 +3 +3 +4 51 +8 +13 +11 +16
12 +2 +4 +3 +4 53 +8 +14 +11 +16
14 +3 +4 +3 +5 54 +9 +14 +11 +17
16 +3 +4 +4 +5 56 +9 +15 +12 +17
17 +3 +5 +4 +6 57 +9 +15 +12 +18
21 +4 +6 +5 +7 61 +10 +16 +13 +19
24 +4 +7 +5 +8 64 +10 +16 +13 +20
26 +4 +7 +6 +8 65 +10 +17 +13 +20
27 +5 +7 +6 +9 66 +10 +17 +14 +20
28 +5 +8 +6 +9 67 +11 +17 +14 +21
31 +5 +8 +7 +9 69 +11 +18 +14 +21
32 +5 +8 +7 +10 71 +11 +18 +15 +22
33 +5 +9 +7 +10 73 +11 +19 +15 +23
34 +6 +9 +7 +11 74 +12 +19 +15 +23
36 +6 +9 +8 +11 75/88 +14 +22 +18 +27
37 +6 +10 +8 +12

User commentary

[Show user commentary]
[Hide user commentary]
Some may find the information in this section subjective or irrelevant.


In the currently known Russian localizations, Drakon and Dracon have the same name spelling (Дракон, Drakon, which also exactly matches the capitalized spelling of the Rissian word for a dragon), since letters C and K are transliterated in the same way, namely as К (e.g. Korbac is "Корбак", Korbak, in Russian), and because the translators didn't bother to prevent the multi-level confusion (e.g., by doubling the crucial letter in one of the names and perhaps a different letter in the other), as a professional (paid) translate team should be supposed to do.

(Interestingly, Mutare Drake is known in Russian by a freestyle phonetical transcription of her name, as Мутаре Дрэйк, which, while maneuvers away from more unwelcome matches, in the same time makes the name less meaningful for a Russian localization adept, rather bringing to mind references to famous people with Drake being their last name than anything drake-ish.)


See also: