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|Voiced by||Saki Ogasawara|
|Monster Species||Huang Long|
Fan Long is a Huang Long that appears in Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Online.
Similiar to a Lamia, Fan Long's upper body has a human appearance, she has a cute face and golden blonde hair tied in a pigtail with a red ribbon and sprouts 2 small deer-like antlers, with a small ornament tied to her right antler. She wears Asian-styled clothing and has a similar colored fan in her left hand. Her lower half is a large yellowish, dragon-like tail, with red manes flowing to the very end of her tail.
Skills and TraitsEdit
- Huang Long Physiology:
- Cold Blooded: Fan Long, like all dragons, is poikilothermic due to being a reptile. Because of this, whenever the surrounding temperature drops, she will feel the need to hibernate.
- Dragon Skin: Being a subspecies of Dragon, Her scales are stronger than steel, able to block cutting weapons and even deflect bullets. However, this only counts on her tail.
- Prehensile Tail: Fan Long can use her tail to grab things.
- Superhuman Strength: As a Huan Long (a subspecies of Dragon), Fan Long has greater strength than a human (*If counting the tail as support*)
Attacks 1 opponent 2 times at 1.5x damage
Huang Long are a demi-human race of Dragons prevalent in Chinese mythology.
Considered to be physical incarnations of the Yellow Emperor (a Chinese deity said to have been involved in the origin of China's civilization and was said to have turned into a Huang Long at the end of his life to ascend to Heaven), the Huang Long thought to be the fifth mythical animal tribe that keeps the other four mythical tribes (the Azure Dragons, the Vermilion Birds, the White Tigers, and the Black Turtles) in balance.
And they are the inspirations behind the Chinese Royal Dragons.
- Huang Long means "Yellow Dragon" in Chinese, a notable monster in Chinese mythology, usually referring to a guardian named Yellow Deity that incarnating to Huang Long. Known to be born to a Chinese concubine, became the Chinese Royal Dragon.
- Huang Longs are sometimes confused with Ryu-jins for some reason, as both the Huan Long and the Ryu-jin are based off of Asian dragons, if hailing from different parts of Asia (the Ryu-jins are from Japan, while Huan Longs are from China).
- Huang Long is more related to the Ryu-jins rater than Lamias (since they are both Asian Dragons)