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- For the lore about this character, see Dragon Knight (lore).
The Dragon Knight is a vehicle on the Dragon Shire battleground. Heroes can liberate the Dragon Knight by activating the shrines and interacting with the Knight's statue in the middle of the battlefield, taking control of him temporarily.
Once a noble knight of Dragon Shire, the Dragon Knight was cursed by Queen Nightshade into his monstrous form. The knight's children sealed him away within a statue in the middle of Dragon Shire, taking up the fight against Queen Nightshade to protect the kingdom from her infestation. Although the Dragon Knight was slain by the Lady of Thorns after being corrupted by the Raven Lord, his power lives on for worthy heroes to wield.
The Dragon Knight is obtained by first capturing the Sun and Moon Shrines, located in the Top and Bottom lanes respectively, which will activate the Dragon statue in the Middle lane. The Dragon Knight can then be summoned by sending a Hero to channel the statue. The Hero then turns into the Dragon Knight, getting a bigger, separate health pool as well as new abilities to use during Dragon Knight form. It has the abilities Dragon's Breath, breathing a cone of fire, and Savage Charge, which winds up then punts a hero away. The Dragon Knight also deals increased damage to structures.
The Dragon Knight should be used to destroy buildings, not to team fight. If you must team fight, use Savage Charge to kick away key enemies, preferably over walls. Once you are around level 20, the Dragon Knight can easily destroy the enemy core.
The Dragon Knight scales similar to mercenary camps with time, except for the Fire Breath and punt abilities. Those two both scale linearly with game time, meaning they early minutes are a much larger power up than the later ones, relative to the AA and HP scaling.
Breathes fire towards the target area, burning enemies and leaves a patch of fire on the ground that deals damage over 4 seconds.
After a short delay, charge a target to knock them back and deal damage.
Damage dealt to structures is doubled. Damage received from structures is reduced by 60%. The Dragon Knight explodes on death, dealing damage and knocking back nearby enemies.
|Dragon Knight Portraits|
Carbot O.G. Dragon Knight
Plush Dragon Knight
Stained Glass Dragon Knight
|Dragon Knight Sprays|
Carbot Dragon Knight