April 26, 2010, 15:43:36 |
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Quote (Glacior @ 09 February 2010 18:17)
Let's clear this even more.
People, there ARE subbed episodes. Just use a very useful gadget called "Google"...
Yugo = Eliatrope. Eliatrope is a human that is born from a little bit different Dofus, along with a Dragon (Adamai, in this case - that makes him Yugo's brother). They are called Eliatropes for the Dragon... Female Dragon that laid them. She was killed, but her Dofus (yes, that is the plural!) stayed.
Also, Dragon DOES actually look like a giant winged beast in here. They just change form -.- Grougaloragran (Yugo's and Adamai's father, the man who carried him to Emelka) is shown in his original Dragon form, and he also fights Nox (the Xelor mage). Thanks to Eliacube (a cube which needs enormous quantums of Wakfu, but then gives the user a power of God), Nox won - and Grougaloragran "died". All Dragons, which die are "added" (or whatever) to the Prime Dofus. Not sure if they hatch or something, but I think we won't know this until Ankama decides to.
Az, Yugo's tofu pet, is just a messenger. Grougaloragran used him first to let Yugo's adoptive father know his powers at the right time. He also tells him that he has to find his real family (which he does, when he meets the Dragons).
So, technically, Eliatrope isn't a class like the other Twelve, but rather a species of Dragons. Which are monsters / animals / creatures - but hey, Osamodas is blue, so what?
I have seen all the subbed episodes (22, by the time of writing), so feel free to ask anything.
EDIT: Oh, right - someone said "How could he hatch from a Dofus when Ogrest has them?" or something like that. Well - Ogrest took the Six Dofus - Dofus of the first six Dragons.
Just to clear that about the 6 "original" dofus. Those 6 dofus were found inside the stomach of dragon Bolgrot (Dofus time) when his friend killed him. Here the excerpt from the Dofus English page:Bolgrot is a mysterious dragon whose destiny shook up the World of Twelve. Begeted by Aguabrial, Bolgrot hid for the first centuries of his existence until the day he met Rykke Errel, at the gates of Amakna. Rykke came to challenge Bolgrot but instead of fighting, they became the best of friends. However, their friendship ended when, mad with rage, Bolgrot killed Helsephine, Rykke's beloved. A titanic duel began until they both died. The wise men of Amakna discovered in Bolgrot's bowels 6 eggs in strange colors. That's how the legend of the Dofus was born.
If you remember the legend told by Grougal, the first dragon fell in love of the goddess Eliatrope, then all dragons (but suppose only females are able to) started to lay eggs/dofus from where it hatched dragon whelps and some kind of "human" at the same time, to honor the union of this couple.
These new "humans" were called Eliatropes in honor of the goddess, and their powers were to use wakfu to create portals and teleport themselves. Eliatropes gathered and isolated themselves on their particular cities while dragons just lived their own lives. Then they "did" something (actually this is spoiler, but I know who were the culprits) and vanished themselves from the World of 12 and left the Eliacube and the remains of their civilization, remains that since Otomai time are still being dug.
There is still this "plot-hole" which must explain what's the difference between a born and a reborn dragon, and if that "produces" more Eliatropes or if they just born once from a laid egg. I have a theory on which probably the cache of dofus that dragons are meant to lay (as told by Otomai), one produces a dragon and a Eliatrope and the rest are just "capsules" for when dragons or Eliatropes dies (if Eliatropes reborn, which I dunno). Or perhaps they are just surplus of concentrated wakfu, which would explain why these particular dofus bestows powers to anyone that possess them.
Also, what happens if Eliatropes get "in love"? Can they reproduce normally? lol (hope they do, but I think that would unstabilize wakfu's balance itself, but would be interesting to see Eliatrope parents).