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  • Purple Dragons
  • Purple Dragons
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  • The Purple Dragons (also know as the Flaming Dragons) are a common enemy of the Ninja Turtles in many incarnations of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, with their first appearance in the opening pages of the very first comic. They are a New York street gang mostly consisting of low-level thugs.
  • Formed durring The War of the Scepter in order to defend Hirvatyknia from the armies of Deinksvund; the Purple Dragon Knights where a group of elitle heavy armoured horsemen who have always defended Hirvatyknia's borders. The knights are know as much for their fairness and mearcy as their speed and ferocity in battle. They have, over the years, turned their focus from the western boarder Hirvatyknia shares with Deinksvund and now operate mostly along their boarder with Aremenastan their Arunni neibours to the south.
  • Die Purple Dragons (Die Purpurnen Drachen) sind eine New Yorker Straßengang, welche in mehreren Versionen der Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-Franchise ihre Auftritte hatte, besonders in der 2003 Zeichentrickserie.
  • All loyal Cormyrean citizens were eligible to join the Purple Dragons by taking an oath. Although the oath was available to non-humans provided they are Cormyrean citizens, extra measures may have been imposed on non-humans to ensure their loyalty, due to the fact that Cormyr was predominantly human. Nobles were actively expected to take the oath, and would generally be given positions of leadership. Non-nobles would form part of the militia with an initial service of two years.
  • In MNT Gaiden, Purple Dragons are a favorite target of vigilante fights involving Raphael Hamato, Casey Jones and Shadow Jones, the latter two fighting the Purple Dragons while masked. According to Chapter 13: Back into the Shadows, the renegade NYC Foot Clan leader Eikichi Gotoh holds the Purple Dragons in contempt as an organization, because Purple Dragon members only follow their own individual desires, whereas the NYC Foot Clan establishes a common group goal that is served by all its members as a whole. An unnamed gang that is similar to Purple Dragons was featured in 1987 TV Series. They were led by Bebop & Rocksteady.
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Allegiances
Alignment
  • Non-Evil, Non-Chaotic
Attack
  • Aether
  • Earth
  • Fire
  • Ice
  • Life
  • Magic
  • Undead
  • Water
  • Wind
  • Darkness
  • Nature
  • Tech
  • Air
  • Electricity
  • Dragon Time
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Heimat
  • New York City
Beruf
  • Verbrecher
  • Straßengang
Spezies
  • Mensch
Zugehörigkeit
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Appearances
  • Spyro the Dragon (video game)
  • The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon
  • Spyro: Year of the Dragon
  • The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning
  • The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night
  • Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure
  • Spyro: Shadow Legacy
  • Skylanders: Return of the Dragon King
Goals
  • Stand its own two feet and spread its own influence in the NYC.
  • Become Foot Clan's equal.
  • Dominate NYC.
  • Kill TMNT and their associates.
Origin
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise
Skills
  • Allied with Foot Clan
  • Being dangerous
  • Numerical strength
  • Numerous quantites of members to help the gang
  • Proficient melee fighters
  • Tenacity and persistence
Organization
  • Purple Dragons
Races
  • Humans, half-elves
Role
  • Antagonists
  • Protagonists
Name
  • Purple Dragons
  • Purple Dragons
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Foundation
  • The Foot Clan
Alias
  • Flaming Dragons
  • Purple Dragon Gang
Base
Species
  • Dragon
Commanders
  • Hun
  • Johnny
  • Dragon Face
  • Fong
  • Spuds
  • Bebop & Rocksteady
Headquarters
  • Lower East Side in New York City
HG
  • #3e3351
  • #65467f
Homeworld
Fullname
  • Purple Dragons
Bild
  • 250
Size
  • 300
Agents
  • Angel
  • Dagger
  • Max
  • Claw
  • Mohawk
  • Sid
  • Sunny
  • Vang
  • Waxer
  • Bam-Bam
  • Ruffington
  • Spike #1 and Spike #2
  • Tsoi
  • Two Ton
Erstauftritt
Schöpfer
type of villains
  • Street-Gang, Thugs, Fighters
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  • The Purple Dragons (also know as the Flaming Dragons) are a common enemy of the Ninja Turtles in many incarnations of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, with their first appearance in the opening pages of the very first comic. They are a New York street gang mostly consisting of low-level thugs.
  • All loyal Cormyrean citizens were eligible to join the Purple Dragons by taking an oath. Although the oath was available to non-humans provided they are Cormyrean citizens, extra measures may have been imposed on non-humans to ensure their loyalty, due to the fact that Cormyr was predominantly human. Nobles were actively expected to take the oath, and would generally be given positions of leadership. Non-nobles would form part of the militia with an initial service of two years. The first six months consisted of an extensive training regime, before starting active duty, such as patrolling Cormyr's borders or guarding its cities and towns. After the two-year service came to an end, the Purple Dragon may choose to continue his or her role, or return to his or her former life. In times of conflict the individual could be called back into service. Training could take one of three paths, including basic combat training, leadership training, or training in the protection of key personnel, often War Wizards. Training was conducted in a range of weapons, and covered subjects such as defense of others and battlefield awareness, in addition to basic combat training.
  • Formed durring The War of the Scepter in order to defend Hirvatyknia from the armies of Deinksvund; the Purple Dragon Knights where a group of elitle heavy armoured horsemen who have always defended Hirvatyknia's borders. The knights are know as much for their fairness and mearcy as their speed and ferocity in battle. They have, over the years, turned their focus from the western boarder Hirvatyknia shares with Deinksvund and now operate mostly along their boarder with Aremenastan their Arunni neibours to the south.
  • In MNT Gaiden, Purple Dragons are a favorite target of vigilante fights involving Raphael Hamato, Casey Jones and Shadow Jones, the latter two fighting the Purple Dragons while masked. According to Chapter 13: Back into the Shadows, the renegade NYC Foot Clan leader Eikichi Gotoh holds the Purple Dragons in contempt as an organization, because Purple Dragon members only follow their own individual desires, whereas the NYC Foot Clan establishes a common group goal that is served by all its members as a whole. An unnamed gang that is similar to Purple Dragons was featured in 1987 TV Series. They were led by Bebop & Rocksteady. In the 2012 series, the Purple Dragons are a Chinese American gang that, up until Casey Jones vs The Underworld, consisted of 3 members, Fong, the unofficial leader who (occasionally) wields a butcher knife, Sid, the muscle who (occasionally) wields an axe and Tsoi, a mustached middle-man who (occasionally) wields a sledgehammer. The Purple Dragons mostly commit stereotypical street level crimes, mugging citizens, robbing bank vaults, forcing business owners to pay protection money and doing lackey work for bigger crime lords (Shredder and one off villain Ho Pan). Unlike in other versions, the Purple Dragons are portrayed as straight up joke villains who couldn't put up a single decent fight with the teenage Casey Jones, much less the turtles. Despite their numerous failures, the Dragons are a respected and feared gang who commit crimes in broad daylight unopposed. In Casey Jones vs The Underworld, the Dragons become a much bigger threat when they are now lead by Hun, who, unlike in the 2003 version, is a quick and nimble martial arts master who is clearly a homage to Bruce Lee. With Hun in tow, the Purple Dragons are now seen as a much bigger, yet slightly inconsistent, threat who now can easily take on the likes of Casey Jones, Michelangelo and Karai with her friend Shinigami at the same time.
  • Die Purple Dragons (Die Purpurnen Drachen) sind eine New Yorker Straßengang, welche in mehreren Versionen der Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-Franchise ihre Auftritte hatte, besonders in der 2003 Zeichentrickserie.
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