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**[ Lemmy]
**[ Lemmy]
**[ Ludwig]
**[ Ludwig]
*[ Koopa Kid] (''Mario Party Series'')
*Ninja Turtles (''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series''); via otherworld forms
*Ninja Turtles (''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series''); via otherworld forms
**[[w:c:turtlepedia:Donatello (2012 TV series)|Donatello]]
**[[w:c:turtlepedia:Donatello (2012 TV series)|Donatello]]

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Power to use the abilities of Dragon Turtles. Variation of Gestalt Dragon Physiology. Combination of Dragon Physiology and Turtle Physiology.

Also Called

  • Dragon Turtle Mimicry
  • Dragon Tortoise Mimicry/Physiology
  • Lóngguī Mimicry/Physiology
  • Ryuki Mimicry/Physiology


User with this ability either is or can transform into a Dragon Turtle, a legendary Chinese creature that combines two of the four celestial animals of Chinese mythology: the body of a turtle with a dragonlike head. It is promoted as a positive ornament in Feng Shui, symbolizing courage, determination, fertility, longevity, power, success, and support.

In other media, the dragon turtle is depicted as being a much more fearsome and ferocious creature, rather than a peaceful entity, with aquatic variants being capable of capsizing the largest of ships. Depending on the source material, some of these dragon turtles can either sport powerful fire or water-based abilities, or have a combination thereof.

Depending on species, dragon turtles are capable of adapting on land, in sea or in both.



Chinese Mythology

Types of Dragon Turtle:



  • Very likely slows the user.

Known Users


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