|“||The silver haired Lloyd is a magnificent swordsman. He hungers for a world that has long since passed for he is one of the last surviving Winglies.||”|
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Lloyd (ロイド, Roido) is the Dragoons' main adversary for most of the game, traveling throughout the Continent of Endiness and causing all sorts of disasters in the name of a utopia promised to him by the mysterious Emperor Diaz. He is one of the few surviving Winglies that did not come from the Forest of Winglies.
The Man in Hood
|“||He is a mysterious figure quietly giving orders from the shadows. He commends the respect of even the most brutal men. He overseas the kidnapping and imprisonment of Shana but is surely connected to even darker deeds.||”|
The Man in Hood, also known as the Man in Black, is first seen during the attack on Seles. Using a mysterious gem that resonates with the moon's power, the Man in Hood confirms that Shana is the one they've been looking for. The Great Commander questions the destruction of an entire neutral village all just to abduct one girl but is curtly told by the Man in Hood that it is His Majesty's, Emperor Doel's, command. After that he is seen in Hellena Prison talking to and later threatening Fruegel for losing Shana.
The Man in Hood is later seen in the Kingdom of Basil as King Albert's left hand man, opposite of Minister Noish. He was chosen by King Albert to help him out with a few things, not knowing he was a danger to Serdio. However, a few knights in Indels Castle had their suspicions and thought the Man in Black was a Sandoran spy. Their doubt was correct because the Man in Black, posing as a tactician, made a "miscalculation" which ended up costing the lives of nearly the entire First Knighthood of Basil. He is later found in King Albert's chamber and recognizes Dart as the man from Seles, though he is tells him not to intrude in the king's chamber.
The "Last" Surviving Wingly
Lloyd is the primary antagonist of The Legend of Dragoon during Chapter 2: Platinum Shadow and onward until the end of Chapter 3: Fate and Soul. First introduced in Lohan's Battle Competition, he appears as a mysterious and powerful fighter of unknown origin. He is then revealed in Hellena Prison to be the Man in the Hood who had manipulated King Albert and caused Basil untold hardships in the war.
Protagonist Dart pursues him after the closing of Chapter 1: The Serdian War both for having stolen Albert's Moon Gem, as well as for having killed Lavitz in Hellena Prison, where he is revealed to wield the Dragon Buster an Ancient Weapon from the Dragon Campaign. After stealing the Moon Dagger with the help of a Wingly named Lenus, he beckons the party to follow him to Mille Sesseau where he later forces Queen Theresa to show him where the Moon Mirror is kept. First on the Mountain of Mortal Dragon, he steals the Spirit of the Divine Dragon from the freshly defeated corpse and rushes off leaving Dart and company in pursuit, while escaping Dart's Party, he activates his wings of light and uses magic on the party, revealing he too is a Wingly.
Lloyd is not the LAST Wingly, but he is the last to carry on a dark name, other than the Bardel Brothers. According to a Wingly in the Forest of Winglies, Lenus did not come from their forest. It seems likely that Lloyd found Lenus elsewhere, and went on to hatch their plan to obtain the Moon Objects and the Dragon Buster.
Lloyd is also an excellent swordsman and a very powerful Wingly. He is betrayed by Emperor Diaz; when Diaz tells him that a new Utopia will come after they destroy the world and restart it, this angers Lloyd, who says he did not want a Utopia to come at the expense of the present world. He takes out the Dragon Buster and is ready to charge towards Diaz; Diaz penetrates him first with his attack and hurls him downward in a seemingly bottomless pit.
Lloyd is seen later on by the party as they go through the Moon to stop the Birth of the God of Destruction only to find out that this was Melbu Frahma's plan all along for 11,000 years. Lloyd does not accept this and fights along side Dart and uses his powerful magic against Melbu. Lloyd is severely hurt and gives Dart the Divine Dragoon spirit and gives Rose the powerful Dragon Buster. Lloyd fades away a few seconds later, implying that he dies.
Chapter 1: The Serdian WarLloyd makes his first appearance in the competition in Lohan. Dart can't wait to fight his old friend Haschel in the Finals. Haschel is beaten by Lloyd with ease. Haschel warns Dart to be careful with him. Dart and Lloyd fight but Dart loses the fight really fast. After that Dart gives him a huge compliment. Lloyd tells him soon he'll be stronger. Dart gets confused and asks what is that supposed to mean. Lloyd doesn't respond. Lavitz says he would like to fight Lloyd sometime, but Lloyd says he's too good for Lavitz.
The group takes off from Lohan once they hear King Albert has been taken to Hellena Prison. The group enters and fights Fruegel. Lavitz watches on as the Man in Hood takes the Moon Gem from him. This in turn angers Lavitz so he transforms into a dragoon. The Man in Hood grins and takes out a legendary ancient sword, known as the Dragon Buster. Rose recognizes the sword and says "that sword." Lavitz charges with his harpoon at the Man in Hood. The Man in Hood stabs Lavitz' dragoon armor through the chest fatally wounding him. As he finished attacking the hood comes off revealing the one behind it all, Lloyd. Dart gets angered by this but Lloyd takes off in the direction of Kazas. Dart and Lavitz share their last moments together as Lavitz tells Dart to end this pointless war and stop Lloyd. The group heads for Seles and then to Kazas. Here they fight Emperor Doel, Doel loses the fight and is fatally injured. He tells the group that Lloyd is heading for Tiberoa. Albert says they should trust him for these are words of a dying man. The group heads for the land of Tiberoa.
Chapter 2: The Platinum Shadow
The Dragoons encounter Lloyd many times but only have a full-on battle with him twice, and some might say the Hero Competition is more plot device than fight in any case. The Tower of Flanvel is the first time a full party gets to test Lloyd's abilities, and he does not disappoint. Lloyd uses various attacks during each fight; the attacks he uses are listed below. It should be noted that when Lloyd obtains the Divine Dragoon Spirit, it does not choose him as its master and the armor he wears is not the Divine Dragoon Armor, but instead great Wingly armor.
- Main attack: Lloyd slashes Dart with his sword.
- Phantom Charge: Lloyd hits Dart six times inhumanly fast with his sword.
- Final Strike: Lloyd hits Dart three times across his chest in a final Phantom Slash.
Wingly Armor Form
- Multi-Strike: Lloyd hits a party member five times.
- Dragon Impale: Lloyd uses the Dragon Buster to remove a Dragoon from combat, instantly killing them.
- Wingly Magic: Lloyd draws a rune in the air and performs one of several elemental magic attacks.
- Wingly Purification: Lloyd creates a platform with a large black dome that traps the party as Lloyd explodes with golden energy.
- Energy Barrage: Lloyd creates a gigantic spherical barrier and fills it with energy and hurls it at a party member.
- In the second battle with Lloyd, it's a good idea to put the Talisman on the character who you want to safely be in Dragoon form, since Lloyd then can't instantly kill you with the Dragon Buster due to the Talisman. (The Talisman is found in the Valley of Corrupted Gravity).
- Like Lenus, Lloyd is one of the few Winglies who neither came from the forest of winglies nor Ulara.
|Dart Feld · Lavitz Slambert · Shana · Rose · Haschel · Albert · Meru · Kongol · Miranda|
|Melbu Frahma · Zieg · Emperor Diaz · Lloyd · Lenus · Doel · Fruegel · Virage · Black Monster|
|Martel · Fester · Princess Emille · Charle Frahma|