Drakengard
Creative director Yoko Taro cites the novel Hybrid Child by Ohara Mariko as a source of inspiration for the Nier portion of the series.
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The Drakengard 10th Anniversary -World Inside- material book contains a gag ad for "Drag-On Dragoon 4". The ad features art done by Kimihiko Fujisaka, concept artist for the Drakengard series.
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The design for the fire spirit Ifrit was originally planned to be used in Drakengard. However, elements of the design were later used in Drakengard 2 for Zhangpo's pact partner. The design was finally used and fully realized in Drakngard 3 as the Flame Centaur enemy.
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Each of the games take place on there own timeline, rather than being direct prequels/sequels.
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In Japan, the series is known as Drag-On Dragoon. The name was changed to Drakengard during localization.
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Dragons and Divine Beasts are usually named after biblical angels while human characters are named after demons.
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