The Legend of Dragoon Fandom

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The Legend of Dragoon is a role-playing video game developed by SCE Japan Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation in 1999 in Japan, 2000 in North America, and 2001 in Europe. Set in the high fantasy land of Endiness, the game follows a group of warriors led by Dart Feld as they are caught in a war between Endiness' nations. The player guides Dart's party as 3D character models through pre-rendered environments, fighting battles using a combination of turn-based mechanics and real-time commands. The game took three years to develop, with over one hundred staff members and development costs of $16 million. Yasuyuki Hasebe was the director, game designer, and story writer. Shuhei Yoshida acted as producer, while the music was composed by Dennis Martin and Takeo Miratsu. The game was designed to promote player immersion, realism, and cinematic style. The reception was generally positive, although several critics found it lacking compared to other PlayStation RPGs at the time. A commercial success, The Legend of Dragoon sold over one million copies worldwide, with most of those sales coming from North America. Sadly, it did had a fandom that is dark as time went on.

Why They Can't Discover Their Destiny

  1. They would constantly beg for a remake or a sequel of the game when just simply demanding or making petitions do not help at all since they don't work for Sony or SCE Japan Studio. They would make an echo chamber of this on anything related to Dragoon
  2. Sometimes, it does have nostalgia-tards who say things like "I miss these days" or anything similar.
  3. Back then, they found out about Dart's absence in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (Dart was originally going to be a playable character in that game). You know what they did? They started the #ReleaseDart campaign in order to get Dart in the roster as DLC. How can fan demand make Dart playable if Santa Monica Studios confirmed that there would be no more DLC characters or stages?
  4. Some of them would start some conflict with the Final Fantasy fans. Especially when Final Fantasy VII and VIII (to some extent) were involved.
    • Going over this bullet point, they would start warfare other the deaths of Aerith from Final Fantasy VII or Lavitz.
  5. A selected portion would spam some attacks that are related to the game such as Perky Step, Double Slash, Demon's Gate, Hard Blade, More and More, Crush Dance, Hex Hammer, and many more to the point that it becomes annoying at this point.
  6. They actually wish that this game isn't overshadowed by other PlayStation 1 RPGs and more people played Dragoon when they can't control time and life. Besides, let everyone play the PlayStation games of their choice.
  7. Some would go as far as saying that this game was a major part of a lifestyle. A good reason why it's lame to think a video game is more important than real life (such as politics, good people, money, education, etc.).
  8. They actually wish that this game should be on the Nintendo Switch when it's a Sony property (Wish we were making this up but no).
  9. Back to the topic of Lavitz. Some of them would rage (in anger) over Laivtz's death just because they really do like him a lot. Seriously now, not everyone in fiction has to win all the time.
  10. We don't need to explain this.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Most fans don't cause drama and can handle different views of the game.
  2. Some are fine with Dart's absence in PlayStation All-Stars or Lavitz's death
  3. Some are patient for a possible for a new Legend of Dragoon game or even a remake.
  4. Some do get along with Final Fantasy fandom.
  5. To be fair, questionable fan art is not much of a problem. In other words, most artwork is actually good. Speaking of fan work, there was even a fan-remake of the game that was made by using RPG Maker.