- "With her thrusting sword, the Dragon Tamer commands huge dragons and brings out their full potential."
- — Description
The Dragon Tamer is a class in Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis, Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen, Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber and Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together. Where there is a dragon on the field of battle, there is often a dragon tamer behind it, giving it orders.
This class was combined with the Beast Tamer class in the PSP version of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together. See page for details.
The Dragoner has the appearance of a brown-haired man in blue tights, with a drake skull for a helmet, wielding a rapier. A versatile unit that can be used in either row, the Dragoner also boosts the power of dragons within its unit. When the Dragoner reaches Level 20, has a Charisma 60+, and an Alignment 40-60, it can be promoted into a Dragon Master.
A female only unit, the Dragon Tamer has the appearance of a brown-haired woman in blue tights, with a drake skull for a helmet, wielding a rapier. The Dragon Tamer also boosts the power of dragons within its unit. Upgrades into a Dragon Master.
Female human units with 140 HP, 14 MP, and a killcount of 1 or less dragons can be classed as Dragon Tamers. Recruitable enemy Dragon Tamers can also appear in the following locations:
- Favored Weapon: Rapier.
- Favored Armor: Shields, Light Armor.
The Dragon Tamer is a female-only class, counterpart to the Beast Tamer. Despite being a melee class, they can employ Missile-type elemental spells and enjoy high mobility, however their stat growths leave a lot to be desired.
Their highlight is their passive +1 Mental Gauge bonus to ally dragons standing within 3 tiles of distance. This allows dragons to perform overall better in combat as long as they stay within the Dragon Tamer's distance.
Sadly, the Dragon Tamer by herself is a weak class with only a gimmicky function; not even their high mobility and melee-magic combination guarantees them a spot in the party, as the Valkyrie overshadows them in all of those characteristics. At most, they may be worth keeping around during Chapter 1 (Spring) and in dragon-heavy parties, but that's it.
|Requirements||A Beast Master and a Stone of Dragos||Physical||43|
|Deployment Cost||1170 Goth + (200 x level)||White||40|
|Statistic Increases Per Level|
|Row||Description||# of Attacks||PSX Name||SNES Name||Element|
|Front||Stabs the enemy with his rapier||2||Sword||Slice||Physical|
|Back||Stabs the enemy with his rapier||2||Sword||Slice||Physical|
|Class Type||Advanced (Female)|
|Leadership Rank||Unit Leader|
|Statistic Growth Per Level|
|Thrusting Swords||Light Armor|
|Row||Attack Name||Description||# of Attacks||Element|
|Front||Thrust||Thrusts her rapier at an enemy||2|
|Middle||Thrust||Thrusts her rapier at an enemy||1|
|Back||Thrust||Thrusts her rapier at an enemy||1|
|HP||5 ~ 7|
|MP||3 ~ 4|
|Emblem||None||STR||3 ~ 5|
|Element||Wind Earth Fire Water||INT||3 ~ 5|
|Move||7.x||AGI||4 ~ 6|
|140 HP, 14 MP, 1 or less Dragons killed|
|Skills & Magic Slots||Magic Type|
|-- Magic Slot --||Wind Magic [Missile]|
|Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis||Dragon Tamer|
|Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen (SNES)||Dragoner|
|Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen (PSX)||Dragoner|
|Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber||Dragon Tamer|
|Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together (PSX)||Dragon Tamer|