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Ladora Buné is Sairaorg's Rook from the House of Buné, one of the extinct families from the 72 Pillars that tames Dragons.

AppearanceEdit

Ladora has the appearance of a tall and lanky man with dark green hair and red eyes.

In his Dragon form, he is an average sized Western Dragon with black scales.

PersonalityEdit

Ladora is very loyal to Sairaorg and follows his orders absolutely. He, however, is shown to be somewhat arrogant as he looked down on Gasper.

HistoryEdit

Not much is known about Ladora's history, other than at some point before the series, he joined Sairaorg's peerage. However, he was likely shunned by the other Devils given his mixed heritage, being a descendant of an extinct household from the 72 Pillars.

PlotEdit

The Heroic Oppai DragonEdit

He and Misteeta Sabnock fought against Xenovia and Gasper Vladi during the Rating Game between his master and Rias Gremory. While they managed to eliminate Gasper, they still, however, lost the match to Xenovia.

The Legend of Oppai Dragon and his Lively CompanionsEdit

In Volume 21, Ladora gathered with the rest of Sairaorg's peerage, traveled to the coastal waters of Japan to support D×D's army who're fighting against Qlippoth's.

Powers & AbilitiesEdit

Demonic Power: As a Devil, Ladora has all the common skills and powers of one.

Enhanced Strength and Defense: As a rook Ladora possesses high strength and defense.

Dragon Transformation: As a member of the Buné Clan, Ladora also has the ability to transform himself into a Dragon.

  • Fire Breath: Ladora has the ability to breathe dragon flames.

Dragon Tamer: As a member of the Buné Clan, Ladora has the ability to tame Dragons.

Flight: Being a Devil, Ladora can use his wings to fly.

TriviaEdit

  • In demonology, Buné is a Great Duke of Hell who has 30 legions of demons under his command. He changes the place of the dead and makes them demons that are under his power to gather together upon those sepulchers. Buné makes men eloquent and wise, and gives true answers to their demands and also richness.
  • Ladora's ability to transform into a Dragon, as well as his family being well-known Dragon tamers, is a reference to Duke Buné's form, a three-headed dragon.

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