Could the dragon's mind have attached itself to the dragon program in order to survive the length of all four games? This theory discusses how and why Lagi could have survived in such a fashion.
While Panzer Dragoon Orta may have been different in style from the older games, there are still a lot of references to the old saga. Various Imperial ships, creatures and characters from the Saturn trilogy return to make an appearance.
The upcoming Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed has an entire Panzer Dragoon track called "Dragon Canyon" that contains several cameos from the Panzer Dragoon series.
An analysis of the regions depicted by the different maps, and a look at how all of these maps fit together.
Coolias seem to come in many shapes and sizes as evidenced in this theory. The question is, are we seeing evolution at work with different coolias adapting to different environments, or a lack of consistent modelling?
Orta's ending suggests that she will return for the next game as the main dragon rider, but is her return really set in stone? Perhaps a less known character will take her place instead.
More speculation about the origins of Orta's gun. In this article, KBlack discusses the possibility that the dragon's body itself may have been designed to create other types of biological weapons, such as the gun.
What did the Ancients really look like? We may never know the true answer, but this theory discusses one of the possibilities, based on ruins found in the Panzer Dragoon Saga.
A Panzer Dragoon fan's review of Crimson Dragon.
The gold four winged starfish-like creature seen in a flashback at the end of Panzer Dragoon Saga was an enemy of the Heresy Dragon Program, but who or what exactly was this creature supposed to be? Sestren... or something else?
With Sestren controlling the world and people sleeping for thousands of years, Panzer Dragoon Saga has some seemingly far fetched moments. But could time travel be possible in the world of Panzer Dragoon?
Did the Ancient rebels built bio-weapons, Azel among them, to defeat other Ancients? And was Azel stolen from the rebels instead of by them as is usually believed.
It is commonly thought that the dragon had the same physical body in all four Panzer Dragoon games. But what if the Heresy Program controlled different bodies in each game (with the exception of Panzer Dragoon Orta)?
Is the truth behind the Divine Visitor crystal clear for all to see, or have we yet to delve into the truth? This little theory explores an idea ignored by an unquestioning status quo.
A theory that examines the dragon forms that the dragon morphes into in Panzer Dragoon Orta and how assimilating other creatures helps shape these forms.
This article discusses the first screenshots of Panzer Dragoon Saga that Sega released and how they differ from the final product.
If you're lucky enough to have played through Panzer Dragoon Saga, you've probably wondered what happened to Edge after the game's conclusion. This article argues that Edge died.
A discussion of ethics in the Panzer Dragoon world, ranging from anthropocentric stances that place humans at the centre of concern to ecocentric views which put the environment first.
A journey through the unexplored Panzer Dragoon world, looking at how previously mysterious regions can be located on the maps.
This theory explains exactly what the gold and black four winged starfish creatures (that we see in the ending of Panzer Dragoon Saga) are and resolves the confusion surrounding them.
Could there be more to the green light the villagers of Elpis saw than meets the eye? It's hard not to wonder where their belief originated, and when. This theory argues that the Heresy Dragon Program scattered his essence in multiple coolias.
How exactly was Azel awoken from her ten thousand year sleep? It's difficult to come to any solid conclusion, but here are several possible answers to the mystery.
Here we look back on the events seen in Panzer Dragoon Orta with the benefit of hindsight.
An interpretation of the books of Zoah, speculating that even humans could have been the creations of those who called themselves gods.
What's in a name? Here newcomers to the series can read about the meaning and origins of the words 'Panzer Dragoon' to bring themselves up to speed.