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Dragon Slayer is the tenth level of Olympus Maximus, the fifth world in Rayman Legends. It is also the fifth music level in the game. The music in this level is a parody of the song "Antisocial" originally by Trust. Completing this level unlocks the achievement Dragon Rider!.
The heroes land in the rocky labyrinth, where it is quiet from the start. The music begins to play when the first chain of Lums is collected. The heroes cannot stop running, as a force from behind appears. They begin by using grapples to avoid solid lava and by punching stacked Minotaurs. Dark creatures eventually appear; the special mushrooms must be used to destroy them. The heroes later alternate between the room from the Amazing Maze and the rocky labyrinth.
Then, after using the wall run, some dragons will appear, and they can be used like platforms to reach a champibumper. More dragons chase the heroes; three of them breath fire near the final champibumper, which leads the heroes to the end of the level.
The start of the level. Minotaurs can be seen in the background.
The first cage.
A stack of minotaurs which the heroes must hit.
Dark creatures pursue the heroes.
The second cage, found to the right of these drums.
The heroes must wall run while avoiding the fire.
The heroes must jump across multiple dragons.
A Champibumper sends the heroes into the background.
The heroes need to break the skeleton bones while avoiding the dragons.
To the far right an unobtainable Skull Coin can be seen in the distant.
|Dragon Slayer, 8-Bit Edition|
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|Living Dead Party|
Dragon Slayer, 8-Bit Edition is the sixth level of Living Dead Party, the sixth world in Rayman Legends. It is also the eleventh music level in the game. The effect on this level is the same pixel effect that's used in the 8-bit version of Mariachi Madness.
A trail of Lums with the pixellation effect.
Name in other languages
|French||Guitares et dragons|
- Dragon Slayer's playthrough at YouTube (PC version)
- Dragon Slayer (8-Bit Edition)'s playthrough at YouTube (PC version)