Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire – Jagira and Skaroth Dragon Boss Reveals

D3 has begun revealing some of the dragon bosses featured in the forthcoming Wii hack-n-slash adventure game Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire, starting with Jagira the water dragon and Skaroth the stone dragon. Below you can find descriptions, concept art and video footage introducing these two monstrous bosses. Keep an eye out for Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire later this month when it slashes onto store shelves on September 25th, hopefully it’s as much fun as it appears to be. Back with additional boss updates if/when they come along.

Jagira – Description:

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Jagira, the water dragon lords over kingdom of Gamar from his lair deep beneath the sewers of a decrepit castle. Because he can transform his body into liquid, he has flooded the land with rains, and overflowing streams and rivers so he can silently stalk the inhabitants. The only warning of his presence is a few seconds of water bubbling to the surface before he emerges and engulfs his prey.

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Skaroth – Description:

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Skaroth is known as the Lord of the Dark Below who makes his home deep within the caverns in the heart of a snowpeaked mountain range. He wears an impenetrably thick shell of armor and bony horns atop his back made from the rocks of the mountain. The stalactites of his cavernous lair are his favorite weapon as he inflicts tremendous damage to anyone who crosses his path.

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