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"I have returned!"

- Dragoon(src)

Dragoons appear in the Legacy of the Void campaign, representing the Aiur faction in the "ranged attacker" role.

Game UnitEdit

Legacy of the Void CampaignEdit

Compared to stalkers and adepts, the other two options for ranged attackers, dragoons have higher stats, with a stronger attack, longer range, and more HP. However, they lack the support abilities of the stalker and adept, have slower movement speed, and have a larger collision size that can hamper them in tight quarters. Their slow projectile speed and wind-up also means they have a tendency to overkill enemies, wasting shots.

Additionally, despite that their damage per shot is stronger than the stalker or adept, its poor rate of fire means its DPS is actually lower than the stalker.

Co-op MissionsEdit

Dragoons are playable in Co-op Missions if the player selects Artanis.[3] Once Artanis reaches level 4, dragoons can be upgraded at the twilight council.

UpgradesEdit

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Singularity Charge

Increases dragoon attack range by 2.

Acquisition
Cost 100 Minerals Terran SC1 100 ProtossVespene SC2 Game1 60Time SC2 Game1
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Trillic Compression Mesh

Increase the dragoon's maximum HP by 40.

Campaign Acquisition
Unlock Reach Artanis Level 4
Acquisition
Cost 150 Minerals Terran SC1 150 ProtossVespene SC2 Game1 90Time SC2 Game1
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DevelopmentEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 2014-11-07, StarCraft II Legacy of the Void Campaign Overview. YouTube, accessed on 2014-11-13
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2015-08-08, StarCraft II: Showcase von Verbündete Kommandanten auf der gamescom #BlizzGC2015. YouTube, accessed on 2015-08-11
  3. 2015-08-08, Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void - Allied Commanders Mode - GamesCom 2015. YouTube, accessed on 2015-08-13