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The God-Dragon is the final boss of Soul Sacrifice Delta. It can be fought by finishing Revised: The Memories Remain and viewing A Legacy of Hope.

Lore[edit | edit source]

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Like the Dragon, God-Dragon does not have a lore entry in Librom, but in reality the God-Dragon is actually the twin gods, Romulus and Druid, controlling Magusar, and in turn transforming him into the tyrant that the player is a prisoner of. Furthermore, if the player reads the true version of what happened before the end of the world, it's revealed that the world has constantly gone through many rebirths, known as the Eternal Recursion. After finishing the revised version of The Memories Remain, the player can choose to fight the Gods instead of Magusar.

Magusar, under the control of the Twin Gods.

Upon the defeat of God-Magusar, the player will comment on how Magusar has been resisting the control of the gods for a long time. However, the Twin Gods take control of Magusar's Dragon form, turning it into the almighty God-Dragon, the true final boss of the game.
Default archfiends
Centaur · Cerberus · Cyclops · Dragon · Elven Queen · Gargoyle · Griffin · Harpy · Hydra · Illecebra · Jack Frost · Jack-o'-Lantern · Kraken · Leviathan · Minotaur · Pegasus · Phoenix · Siren · Slime · Unicorn · Valkyrie · Werewolf · Wyvern
DLC archfiends
Behemoth · Dullahan · Basilisk · Wraith · Beelzebub · Cat Sith · Dwarves · Ogre · Ouroboros · Troll · Leprechauns · Incubus · Iron Maiden · Romulus · Cert
Delta archfiends
Abyssal Fiend · Alice · Bahamut · Chimera · Chthonian Fiend · Cinderella · Dionaea · Frog Prince · Gigas · God-Dragon · Hansel and Gretel · Lizardman · Marduk · Musicians of Bremen · Naked Emperor · Odin · Pied Piper of Hamelin · Red Riding Hood · Snow White · Succubus · Terrwyn · Three Little Pigs · Tortoise and the Hare
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