El Dragón - Battleborn Character Profile Page
About El Dragón
Francesco Drake ruled the LLC’s professional wrestling circuit as El Dragón until his last match, when the renegade magnus ISIC claimed his title… and his arms. Fit with cybernetic replacements, El Dragón now fights for the Battleborn, patiently awaiting a rematch against his greatest foe.
- Development Name: LeapingLuchador
- Character Concept:
- Character Designer:
- Character Concept Artist:
- Voice: Jim Johnson
M-RBX CYBERNETIC ARMS:
El Dragón’s primary melee combo is a furry of blows, while his secondary is a powerful clap. Activating his off-hand melee while sprinting executes a Dropkick.
CWF CHAMPIONSHIP BELT:
The symbol of El Dragón’s faded glory in the ring provides a synergistic effect with the champ’s abilities, Increasing his effectiveness in battle.
El Dragón charges forward with his arms outstretched, dealing 175 damage to enemies. En Fuego: Apowerful forward leap dealing massive damage to 1 enemy.
Cooldown: 18 seconds
[ULTIMATE] EN FUEGO:
El Dragón explodes, dealing 64 damage to nearby enemies. For 10 seconds, El Dragón attacks and skills take on additional properties.
Cooldown: 60 seconds
[PASSIVE] UNDISPUTED CHAMP:
Each enemy killed grants a stack that boosts El Dragón’s melee damage and damage reduction by 2%, to a maximum of 10 stacks. Half of the stacks are lost on death.
During the course of a gameplay session your Battleborn will earn experience points by taking down enemies or complete challenges. By earning enough XP Points your Hero will level up and gets presented a choice between two different augmentations in the Helix skill tree. Per level you can only choose one of these skills to enhance your character’s abilities.
El Dragón’s Helix skill trees:
Enemies hit by Clothesline are slowed. +30% Slow for 3 seconds
Enemies hit by Dragon Splash deal reduced damage for a short time. -30% Damage for 8 seconds
UNTOUCHABLE (Unlock Rank 3)
El Dragón suffers reduced damage while Clothesline is active. +30% Damage Reduction
Dragon Splash leaves behind an electrical field that deals damage over time to nearby enemies. +200 Damage over 6 Seconds
Hitting a target with Dragon Splash increases El Dragón’s movement speed. Each target hit (to a maximum of 5) decreases the skill’s cooldown. +30% Movement Speed, -10% Cooldown Time per Hit
El Dragón’s Clap attack is accompanied by a powerful shockwave dealing area of effect damage. +100% Attack Range
Replaces El Dragón’s primary melee combo finisher with a powerful, single-target punch.
While in a Clothesline sprint, hitting a wall or cancelling the dash turns El Dragón around, allowing for a second dash.
Deactivating Clothesline mid-sprint stops the dash and executes a ground slam, knocking enemies into the air.
Each Undisputed Champion stack also boosts El Dragón’s movement speed by 3%.
Each Undisputed Champion stack also reduces damage taken by 3%.
UNCANNY (Unlock Rank 5)
Each Undisputed Champ stack also increases skill damage by 1.5%.
Activating Dragon Splash prompts El Dragón’s shield to immediately recharging, as well as imparting health regen. +112 Health Regeneration over 4 Seconds
Increases Clothesline’s damage. +15% Damage
UNSTOPPABLE (Unlock Rank 7)
Increases El Dragón’s melee attack speed for 6 seconds after activating Dragon Splash. +20% Attack Speed
FROM THE TOP ROPE
Reduces Dragon Splash’s cooldown, allowing more frequent use. -20% Cooldown Time
Increases the size of Dragon Splash’s area of effect. +50% Area of Effect Radius
HEART OF THE CHAMPION
Returns all health damage dealt by El Dragón’s Dropkick attack to his health. +100% Life Steal
Enemies struck by Dropkick suffer increased damage for a short time. +16% Damage Amplification for 8 Seconds
Replaces El Dragón’s dropkick with a bicycle kick that launches forward and damages enemies.
CUT THE LINE
Each target hit (to a maximum of 5) with Clothesline reduces the skill’s cooldown. -10% Cooldown Time Per Hit
Health Damage dealt by Clothesline is returned to El Dragón as health. +100% Life Steal
Activating En Fuego creates a ring of fire, dealing 133 damage to enemies as they enter or exit.
While En Fuego is active,El Dragón’s Clap attack fires a massive fireball, dealing 43 damage.
While En Fuego is active, Clothesline leaves behind a trail of electricity that damages foes. Up to +720 damage over 6 seconds
El Dragón Video Guides by the Community
El Dragón Tips
- alone your rather useless due to your low health while with a proper team to back you up your burst damage and crowd control can demise the enemy opponents make sure not to charge in alone
Images / Screenshots / Artwork
El Dragón Skins & Taunts Preview
El Dragón Let’s Play
- FIRED UP
Kill 20 players while En Fuego.
- ARMED AND HANDSOMEST
Play 3 matches on the same team as Kleese
- THE FALL OF THE LUCHADOR
Destroy 100 minions with Dragon Splash.
- THE PRICE OF DISARMAMENT
Strike 4 enemies with a single use of Clothesline, 100 times.
- THE RISE OF THE DRAGON
Land the killing blow on ISIC in “The Algorithm”.
El Dragón’s legendary gear is rewarded to the player when all lore challenges are completed.
El Dragón Lore
The Price of Disarmament
–== LLC EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
–== BILLING AND ACCOUNTS
Dear [name(s) of formerly gravely injured or mangled person(s)],
Greetings from the LLC Emergency Medical Services billing and accounts department. Please see the attached statement outlining your treatment and our services rendered:
• Emergency resuscitation
• Debris removal and disposal (two  human arms)
• Emergency transport
• Facility admission charge
• Surgery – Removal of Stumpy Bits from Where Arms Used to Be
• Facility discharge fee (accidental, waived)
• Facility admission charge (not our fault, not waived)
• Surgery – Neural Implantation
• Prosthetic requisition: two  Cool-Ass Robot Arms
• Surgery – Prosthetic Installation
• Surgery – Car Keys Retrieval (waived)
• Facility discharge fee
• Pharmacy charges
• Room charges
• Miscellaneous charges
• Miscellaneous fees
• Fee enumeration fee
TOTAL BILL: 847,482,901 Credits
These charges have been automatically withdrawn from your account.
Your current balance is -2,948,011 credits.
You should probably get a job or something!
|| BATTLEBORN RECRUITMENT SEMI-MANDATORY BACKGROUND CHECK
|| PERFORMED BY: Gunnar Kleese
|| SUBJECT: Françesco Drake
|| DATE: y.19958, d.224
Captain Ghalt has asked me to run background checks on several prospective combatants for our little fighting circus. I believe I have a prime candidate!
Françesco Drake was born in the LLC Arcfleet to a well-muscled family of Aplian immigrants. His father was a menial labor AI programmer within the Minion Robotics Manufactory. Don’t remember his name. Not worth the bother.
Drake grew up with, well, let’s call it a “bashy-bashy temper thing” towards the minions, and learned a myriad of wrestling and combat moves by fighting de-bladed M1 units as a child.
He took a job with the Manufactory in his early twenties, but was fired for practicing wrestling moves on the very robots he was paid to assemble. Such a waste. Of good robots, I mean.
Unemployment wasn’t even a brief setback for Drake, though – he began moonlighting as a luchador, of all things. In a sense, being fired put Drake directly on the career path of his dreams.
He rose quickly as an aspiring star of the LLC Holomatches under the assumed name “El Dragón”. Drake’s particular brand of destructive insanity mixed with eccentric style was exactly the thing the Last Light elite loved to see before a warm drink and a cold bed. Or something of the sort. Anyway.
The bemasked El Dragón won nearly every championship the Arcfleet could provide for him. That is, until one robotic contender contested his title as Grand Champion and pulled off his arms. Right off. Literally, right there on holomatch broadcast.
Drake’s story is all rather plain after that, I’m afraid. He was rushed to cybernetics where the quick and skilled aid of a handsome and devilishly clever engineer saved Drake’s life and attached two beautiful robotic arms.
I guess you could say he found the experience quite disarming.
You really have to give him a hand.
I suppose he really “shouldered” his injury well?
El Dragón was never one to stay down long. Or at all. Taking a job as security for the Hemsworth family, he squeezed his way back to the top, not nearly as bitter I would have expected. Nowadays, he spends most of his free time hunting down any info he can, searching for that elusive robotic bastard who plucked off his arms.
(As far as I’m concerned, ISIC can STAY missing. I don’t plan on running into him any time soon.)
The Fall of the Luchador
(Broadcast excerpt from the historic CWF Heavyweight Holo-Championship, live from the Arcship Holotronica on y.19954, d.150, where Cosmic Grand Champion El Dragón faces off against a mysterious new challenger, later discovered to be the Magnus ISIC.)
Hardcastle: This is Dave Hardcastle, and you’re listening to LLC News. Tonight’s highly anticipated brawl between CWF heavyweight champion El Dragón and newcomer ISIC wasn’t the epic showdown that fans had anticipated. The fight came to a sudden and decidedly violent conclusion when ISIC seized the champion by the wrists and tore his arms from his body. Lasting just 45 seconds, ticket-holders immediately demanded refunds, calling the bout “the greatest rip-off in CWF history”.
Heh. I just got the joke. That’s kinda funny, I guess.
Anyway, we now go live to our own Manny Fetzer, backstage at the Arcfleet Arena, for a word with the fallen champion.
Fetzer: Thanks, Dave. El Dragón, you were the longest-reigning champion in CWF history before tonight’s crushing defeat. What happened? How did ISIC succeed where so many others have failed?
El Dragón: HE RIPPED MY ARMS OFF, YOU IDIOT! GET OUT OF MY LOCKER ROOM! WHERE IS THE DOCTOR?! WHERE ARE MY ARMS?! WHAT IS HAPPENING?!
Fetzer: Some are speculating that due to the CWF’s prohibition on cybernetically-augmented organics in competition, this may very well be a career-ending injury. What’re your plans for retirement?
El Dragón: Retirement?! What?! El Dragón… El Dragón will never retire! No matter how m-much… how much blood he loses.
Fetzer: Word is that the CWF has already ruled against you, so… you kinda already retired.
El Dragón: But I… but… no! It cannot be! I… I… I…
(El Dragón’s knees buckle and he falls out of frame with a thud.)
Fetzer: The ex-champ appears to have passed out, so it’s back to you at the studio, Dave!
The Rise of the Dragon
(Advertisement, circulated late y.19957 and paid for by Holomatchtastic, a newly-formed subsidiary of the Hemsworth Barony.)
From the ASHES! From the PIT! Rising up from the FIRE!
No, not The Phoenix!
He was defeated a decade ago!
She was lost in the tragic Darkening of Vulcanus 17.
(Along with his new friends.)
Rebuilt! Re-armed! And ready for the rematch of a lifetime!
The amazing El Dragón issues the following challenge:
To the disguised robotic coward who wounded the PRIDE of El Dragón during the Arcfleet Holomatch Grand Championship of 19954…
I will RAM your FACE and CRASH your DRIVES! I will reclaim my title, and be victorious FOREVER!
the one, the only,
Armed and Handsomest
(Letter addressed to the Hemsworth Barony.)
Dear Most Distinguished, Brave, Capable, Wealthy, and Employers-To-Be Sirs or Madams of the Hemsworth Barony Guildship,
I am… FRANÇESCO DRAKE! Yes, that lacks the panache of “EL DRAGÓÓÓÓÓN!”, a name you might better know me by, along with my incredible Holomatch career, but it is the name I was born with.
If you’ve heard of me (and I’m sure you have), you will also have heard of the recent loss of my spectacular bulging-with-biceps arms. You might say that my opponent… DISARMED ME.
My cybernetic doctor, one Gunnar Kleese, has recommended me to you, starring in the role as YOUR PERSONAL HANDSOMEST SECURITY GRAND CHAMPION! Yes, it is true! I can provide you not only with my glorious trademark moves of combat (for example, my brutal CLOTHESLINE! and awe-inspiring EN FUEGO!), but I can also protect your family at an affordable cost with a capable and attentive skill for protection and intimidation.
I am also proficient at bedazzling.