Dragon's Prophet was developed by Taiwan-based Runewaker Entertainment. The game was a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. It featured an action-based combat system, using the controls to lock-on and execute multiple combinations. Dragon's Prophet was published by Aeria Games in Japan, Gamigo in EU, and Sony Online Entertainment in North America. The game had an official launch release in September 2013. It was available for Microsoft Windows. The North American service ceased operation in November 2015, with the EU and Taiwan service shut down in May 2020.
How Many People Play Dragon's Prophet?
We estimate that 0 people play per day, with a total player base of 14,055.
- Subscribers: 14,055
- Daily Players: 0
- Genres: Action, RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2013-09-18
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Dragon's Prophet Description
Set in the world of Auratia where ancient dragons ruled the skies, Dragon's Prophet is a free-to-play MMORPG where you can tame and control these magical creatures.
Dragon's Prophet has 4 classes to choose from: Guardian, Oracle, Ranger, and Sorcerer. Each of these classes fulfilled the Tank/Hybrid DPS, Melee DPS, Range DPS, and Magic DPS. However, the real meat of the game is taming dragons. Dragons add their abilities to further customize character classes from simply being DPS machines. Depending on the Dragon characteristics such as color, location, rarity, and level, they can drastically alter the player characters' combat capability. Aside from combat, tamed and befriended dragons function as mounts.
Progress requires leveling both the character and the dragons. There are quests such as Road Quests, Public Events, and Dungeons that reward high experience and loot, as well as potentially powerful and rare dragons and dragon eggs to acquire.
Large groups of players can congregate and build Guilds. Aside from having a wider social circle in the game, Guilds in Dragon's Prophet gain access to the Draconic Sanctuary. This summons guild bosses, gives buffs for questing and during the Territory Wars, Storage, and other amenities.