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Fantasy Life
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Vincent Lau
Editor(s): Vincent Lau, Claire Farnworth
First Published: 08-09-2014 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 26-11-2018 / 07:16 GMT
Version: 1.1 (????) 12-12-2018 / 01:39 GMT

Fantasy Life Guide Guide Info

Paladin

God-in-Training Rank

  • **Life Bonus** : Max HP +120, Vitality +20
  • **To Next Rank** : 10000 Stars
  • **New Skills** : Rightward Sweep, Leftward Sweep, Crescent Edge, Shield Charge

Challenges

**Challenge** **Description** **Stars**
I Mustache You a Question... Defeat 10 Whisker Worms in Origin Island's Central Grasslands as a Paladin 1500
Stonecutter Defeat 3 Stone Giants in Origin Island's Central Grasslands as a Paladin 1500
Are You Ready To Rock?! Defeat 10 Tribal Tykes in Origin Island's Forest Shrine as a Paladin 1500
Whirlwind Taur Defeat 3 Bowtaurs in Origin Island's Central Grasslands or Forest Shrine as a Paladin 1500
Just Add Water Defeat 3 Marinetaurs in Origin Island's Penguin Beach as a Paladin 1500
Divine Dragon King Defeat 1 Ancient Dragon in Origin Island's Forest Shrine, then cash in the bounty as a Paladin 2500

Tips

The road to Paladin godhood is actually… not too difficult.

For the most part, you’re asked to defeat common monsters wandering around the various zones of Origin Island. Well, the monsters are stronger than the ones in Reveria, but you should have the experience to handle them if you got this far.

Once you get to the boss at the end, things really start to heat up. To find the Ancient Dragon , follow the path north-east from the Forest Shrine’s central plaza.

Upon first glance, it’s yet another Napdragon variant, but because it’s a DLC-exclusive boss, it has a few extra tricks up its sleeve.

Dragon facing you = bad. Dragon distracted by allies = good.

For starters, it’s jaw chomp move inflicts Stun, which is a nasty ailment to have, rendering you immobile every few seconds and preventing you from using items. If you can, equip armour with Stun resistance/immunity or bring an ally who can cure status like Yuelia.

Secondly, unlike previous Napdragons, the Ancient Dragon’s head is solid and harder to manouvere around. It doesn’t help that the arena is fairly small and the Ancient Dragon moves and attacks at a faster pace than the other dragons.

In addition to its dragon breath attack, which now covers a wider and longer, fan-shaped area, the Ancient Dragon will occasionally float up, then create a cross-shaped shockwave when it lands.

Finally, once its HP goes below half, it will roar in the sky, before stampeding forward, while surrounded by dangerous shockwaves. If you’re confident, you can attack the dragon to try and interrupt it; otherwise, run far, far away.

The easiest way to tackle this dragon, like the previous ones, is to keep circling, preferably sticking close–but not too close–to its side so you can avoid its cross-shaped shockwave.

Don’t forget to call on powerful allies if you need a hand; Ophelia is always a good ally to have at any stage of the game.


Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Platforms
    Nintendo 3DS
  • Genre
    Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    8 September 2014
  • Last Updated
    26 November 2018
  • Guide Author
    Vincent Lau

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