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Dragomon Hunter: A Guide to Dragocite and Outfits for Newbies

Hands Dragocite 


Stoneray's Dragocite - Meteor Proc 
This is, by far, the best dragocite that exists in the game for the hands slot. There is no alternative and that's why I have it listed first. It triggers the Meteor proc which deals heavy Physical damage (so it avoids all elemental resistances) and triggers often. This makes it ideal for both PvE and PvP situations. Note that this is a level 20 dragocite, so it can be useful early on. Get it as soon as possible. Windblade and Poison DoT do not produce as much damage output at higher levels, tested and proven. 

Obtained: Dropped by Mantagonist in either the lvl 28 Hoppadrome, the world boss at Marsh Abyss, or from the boss in the lv28 Hunt "Killing me Blaidely". It can also be purchased for 1000 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Chest Dragocite 

Primordiant's Dragocite - Shield 50% Proc 
Again, this is arguably the best dragocite available for the Chest slot. It procs a defensive shield that reduces all incoming damage by 50% and procs often. This should speak for itself. Effective in both PvE and PvP situations. Level 40 Dragocite. 

Obtained: Dropped by Primordiant at Ventari Hill or purchasable for 800 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Level 10 alternative: Fellswine's Dragocite - Shield ??% Proc 
As you develop your character, you can use this as a temporary dragocite until you reach level 45. It is dropped by Fellswine at Cain's Glade or purchasable for 100 Dragomon Points. I believe the shield that this one spawns blocks 25% incoming damage but don't quote me on that. 

Head Dragocite 

Cullcry Dragocite - Crit Dmg 50% Proc 
This dragocite has the chance to raise Crit Damage by 50% for all surrounding allies (including yourself) for 5 seconds and procs relatively often. Extremely useful for PvE and somewhat useful in PvP. Since Crit damage is the main source of offensive power in this game, a boost of 50% makes a huge difference in damage output, and not to mention it boosts your entire party so in groups it helps even that much more. Highly recommended. 

Obtained: It can drop from monsters in the Seasnail Grotto dungeon (lv48) however the drop rate is very low so I suggest purchasing it from the Loot tab for 1200 Dragomon Points. 

Level 20 alternative: Killcry Dragocite - Crit Dmg 25% Proc 
The same as Cullcry but raises Crit Damage by 25%. Still extremely useful for PvE and character development. Highly recommended for developing characters between the levels of 25 and 45. Obtainable as either a very rare drop in Marna Heights dungeon or purchased via the Loot tab for 600 Dragomon Points. 

Shielded Styracosaur's Dragocite - Heal 40% of Attack Proc 
As an alternative to Cullcry, this dragocite can heal the Player for 40% of their attack stat when they land a Critical hit. This does not mean that it heals for 40% of the damage inflicted, that would be a huge difference. This also means that the proc rate is partially dependant on the Player's crit rate, but even with a very high crit rate, it does not proc often. Perhaps 1 in every 10-15 hits. Still, the "life-leech" quality to it can be useful in some cases, mostly if the Player has a very fast attack speed or if other party members are already using the Cullcry dragocite. Another reason to possibly use this dragocite would be if your follower has Cullcry equipped. Since Cullcry cannot stack, your Follower using it allows you to make use of this dragocite instead, but that will be explained further in the Follower section of this guide. Level 40 dragocite. 

Obtained: Dropped by Warley in either the lvl 38 Hoppadrome, the world boss at Ventari Fields, or from the boss in the lv44 Hunt "Did Ya Put Yah Nam.e". It can also be purchased for 1000 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Funny bug with this forum... If i try to put the words "Yah Nam.e" without the period between the 'm' and 'e' ... it completely breaks the forum and doesn't let me edit this post. UM WHAT? o.O 

Waist Dragocite 

Stegodile's Dragocite - Crit Dmg 25% 
Crit damage +25% ... need I say more? There are plenty of other waist dragocites that raise stats but your alternatives are 4% to attack (which overall adds less damage), 4% to pen (meh) or other even less useful options. If you are going for damage output, this is definitely the dragocite for you. The only other somewhat reasonable alternative is listed below. Also, this is a level 20 dragocite so you can get it early. Please note that there is an upgrade to this dragocite purchasable from the Falcon Quartermaster Lulu which adds 30% to crit damage but it requires 15,000 influence so for a while this will be your best option. 

Obtained: Dropped by Blaidely in either the lvl 28 Hoppadrome, the world boss at Marsh Abyss, or from the boss in the lv28 Hunt "Killing me Blaidely". It can also be purchased for 800 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Crocosaur's Dragocite - Max HP 8% 
As mentioned, there is one reasonable alternative to the Stegodile dragocite and this is it. This dragocite adds 8% to max HP. Obviously, if you are going for damage output, then this is not what you want however if you are headed for a more tank build or you want to try and survive better in the Arena, then it may be good to have one of these on-hand, at least as a swap-out option for when you need it. Level 40 dragocite. 

Obtained: Dropped by Jojo in either the lvl 48 Hoppadrome, the world boss at Everfrost Berg, or from the boss in the lv49 Hunt "Trust Nobody". It can also be purchased for 600 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Feet Dragocite 

Feet dragocite are a bit more difficult to explain but when it really comes down to it, there are 2 possible approaches. Either you stack elemental damage, or you stack buffs/debuffs. In either case, the dragocite you choose for this slot will be dependant on what you select as your Weapon dragocite, as well as your equipped Outfits. 

Dracopard's Dragocite - Target Lightning Res -30% Proc 
This dragocite has the chance to reduce the target's Lightning resistance by 30% and procs very often. I personally use this option and against bosses it's active almost the the whole time. Obviously, this should only be your option if you plan to stack Lightning damage through Chain Lightning, Lightning Shield, or if you are a Mage that makes good use of your Lightning damage skills. 

Obtained: Dropped by Dracopard at Everfrost Berg or purchasable from the Loot tab for 400 Dragomon Points. 

Arcane Damage alternative: Nautilubus's Dragocite - Target Arcane Res -30% Proc 
This would be the option if you are stacking Arcane damage (Arcane Missile or various mage skills). There are dragocites that lower Ice and Fire resistances but they are not as commonly used as there aren't many dragocites that proc decent skills of these elements. 

Obtained: Dropped by Nautilubus at Everfrost Berg or purchasable from the Loot tab for 400 Dragomon Points. 

Horrorbloom's Dragocite - Attack 7% Proc 
As mentioned, the alternative to stacking elemental damage is to stack buffs/debuffs. This dragocite has the chance to raise your Attack by 7% for 5 seconds whenever a Crit lands and procs relatively often. Arguably better than the elemental options since this is a 7% buff to all damage and not just the damage of your selected element, but that's for you to decide. Level 20 dragocite.

Obtained: Dropped by Krellborn in either the lvl 38 Hoppadrome, the world boss at Sporefall Core, or from the boss in the lv29 Hunt "KB Noise". It can also be purchased for 800 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Debuff alternative: Broot's Lustrious Dragocite - Target Attack -7% Proc 
As a more defensive option, this dragocite has the chance to lower the target's Attack stat by 7% and procs relatively often. 

Obtained: Dropped by Broot in the lv38 Hallowshrowd Tree dungeon or purchasable from the Loot tab for 500 Dragomon Points. 

Weapon Dragocite 

Blazing Leo's Dragocite - Arcane Missile Proc 
There's a reason why so many of these are cluttering up the auction house and that reason is that this is the highest damaging weapon dragocite available for now. It triggers Arcane Missile which is a single-target burst damage attack similar to firebolt. It also cannot miss its target, which is very nice in PvP. It should be evident that the damage type is Arcane, which is its only downfall; it is therefore susceptible to arcane resistance. Still, its damage output is very high and it procs often. Please note that Arcane Missile can hit multiple targets if they are very close together (practically on top of eachother). Level 40 dragocite. 

Obtained: Dropped by Simmbal in either the lvl 38 Hoppadrome, the world boss at Ventari Hill, or from the boss in the lv47 Hunt "Dragomon Music Video". It can also be purchased for 900 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Torrkus' Radiant Dragocite - Chain Lightning Proc 
A Lightning element alternative to Arcane Missile, this dragocite triggers Chain Lightning which is a reasonably damaging skill, and procs often. If you are stacking Lightning damage, then this may be a better option than Leo's dragocite, but that's for you to decide and test yourself. Note that Chain Lightning hits multiple targets so if engaging multiple enemies, it may produce higher damage output than Arcane Missile, however this will never be true for single target damage where resistances are equal. Level 30 dragocite. 

Obtained: Dropped by Torrkus in the lv38 Prison of Ancients dungeon or purchasable from the Loot tab for 700 Dragomon Points. 

Bladed Hornoceros' Dragocite - Light Flash Proc 
If you really want to avoid elemental damage entirely, this dragocite triggers Light Flash, a physical damage, single target skill. It also cannot miss its target which is nice for PvP. The end result damage, however, will be lower than the two alternatives that I already mentioned but the fact that it is physical damage rather than elemental makes it worth considering in some cases. Level 30 dragocite. 

Obtained: Dropped by Maverick in either the lvl 28 Hoppadrome, the world boss at Viridian Forest, or from the boss in the lv34 Hunt "I Feel the Need". It can also be purchased for 800 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Follower Dragocites 

First of all, if you expect your Follower to do any significant amount of actual damage, then get that idea out of your head and move on. Followers just simply cannot dish out damage anywhere near comparable to the player, so for this reason it's best to focus their dragocites on buffing/debuffing. 

Head Dragocite 

Cullcry - Crit Dmg 50% Proc 
Yes it's Cullcry again, but only use this dragocite on your follower if you do not use it on your main character. This is a popular option since it frees up your character's head slot to put Shielded Styracosaur's dragocite for Crit heals. Just remember that if your follower has slow attack speed or dies a lot, then Cullcry will trigger less often and therefore less damage output. 

Warcry - Attack 5% Proc 
If you use the Cullcry on your character, then this is a good option as it buffs the party with 5% to Attack and procs often. Available for purchase via the Loot tab for 600 Dragomon Points. 

Chest Dragocite 

Torrkus' Lustrious Dragocite - Stun on Defend Proc 
An excellent way to make good use of your follower is to have it stun your opponent and this dragocite has a chance to trigger stun when your follower is hit. It has a pretty good proc rate also. Dropped by Torrkus in the lv38 dungeon Prison of the Ancients or purchasable from the Loot Tab for 600 Dragomon Points. 

Kragg's Radiant Dragocite - Transmogrify on Attack Proc 
Similar to stunning your enemy, this dragocite has a chance to turn your opponent into a Fungus for a short time (3 seconds I believe). The duration is longer than stun, but keep in mind that this does not work on Bosses so it's mostly reserved for PvP. Dropped by Kragg in the lv48 dungeon Seasnail Grotto or purchasable from the Loot Tab for 1000 Dragomon Points. 

Primordiant's Dragocite - Shield 50% Proc 
Same as the dragocite listed as the common option for Players' chest slot, it can also do well at keeping your Follower alive but keep in mind that since your follower's damage is basically irrelevant, keeping them alive doesn't serve much purpose if they aren't buffing/debuffing/stunning your opponent. 

Waist Dragocite 

Crocosaur's Dragocite - HP 8% 
There aren't many great options for your Follower's waist dragocite so 8% to HP is about the best you can get. Drop details listed in the Player section. 

Darkslate Reptillion's Dragocite - Shield 50% on Attack Proc 
A similar dragocite to Primordiant's dragocite, this dragocite has the chance to spawn a shield that blocks 50% damage but triggers on attack rather than on defense. I would personally just go for Crocosaur but this is another option. Drops from Darkslate in any of the lv40+ material hunts or puchasable for 600 Dragomon Points via the Loot tab. 

Weapon Dragocite 

Blazing Leo's Dragocite - Arcane Missile Proc 
Or any level 40 Dragocite. 
There's really not great option for the weapon slot as all weapon dragocites just proc an offensive skill and your Follower's damage is so low that it really doesn't do much. When it really comes down to it, just get a bunch of level 40 dragocites and pick the one that has the best Transform stats (HP, Defense and Attack). 

Feet Dragocite 

See Player section - Feet Dragocite - The options for your Follower's Feet dragocite are essentially the same as for your Player so whatever route you choose to go for (Elemental Stacking or Buffs/Debuffs), you just want to make sure that you choose a different dragocite for your Follower than the one for your Player. So if you're going with 7% Attack Proc on your Player, then go for the -7% Target Attack Proc on your Follower. If you're going for Elemental damage and only have 1 element to stack, then go for a Buff on your Follower rather than trying to stack the same Elemental dragocite. This is because the same buff or debuff cannot stack so having it on both your Character and Follower is a waste. 

Hands Dragocite 

Glacial Tyrant's Dragocite - Poison Physical DoT Proc 
Or any level 40 hands dragocite. 
Since the damage output of your Follower is irrelevant, and since all Hands dragocites are attack Procs, your only focus for this slot should be to make sure that it's a level 40 dragocite (to maximize potential for Transform stats). Glacial Tyrant's dragocite would be ideal in this case but really it doesn't matter, any level 40 dragocite will do. 

Head Outfits 

Body Outfits 

Honorable Mentions 

Crocargot's Dragocite - Healing 15% (Healers) 

Glacial Tyrant's Dragocite - Poison DoT (PvP) 

Masterstrike - Recover 20SP on Attack (Healers, Mages, PvP) 

Sabertooth Dragon's Dragocite - Knockback (PvP) 

Rockmane Raptor's Dragocite - Free Jumping (O.O) 

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Credits: Special thanks to TrueUltima for this guide.