Panzer Dragoon Websites

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A list of websites dedicated to the Panzer Dragoon series. Along with current websites, this list contains many web archives excavated from the Ancient Age (aka the 90s/early 2000s).

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Current Websites

Panzer Dragoon: Remake Official Website
The official website for Panzer Dragoon: Remake from Forever Entertainment. You can also receive updates on their Twitter and Discord.
Microsoft Store: Panzer Dragoon Orta
The official Microsoft Store page where you can buy and find out further information about the Xbox game Panzer Dragoon Orta.
The Panzer Dragoon Saga Oasis
A site dedicated to Panzer Dragoon Saga from Legaiaflame and Justin Pasternak. View info about the game, characters, books, theories, locations, maps, enemy lists, a comprehensive in depth Panzer Dragoon Saga guide and much more.
Panzer Dragoon World Petition
A campaign for a rebooted open-world action RPG Panzer Dragoon game from Eliot-Ness who also runs the Panzer Dragoon World social media accounts.
Panzer Dragoon Arts (French)
A French Panzer Dragoon website made using JavaScript. It features lots of information and art about the Panzer Dragoon series. The ultimate resource for the series in French.
Panzer Dragoon Saga Video Project
The webmaster of this site has succeeding in recording the whole of Panzer Dragoon Saga in video format. The videos were available as downloads or in the Google Video streaming format, however no longer seem to be available.
Panzer Dragoon Saga (Upscaled Widescreen)
A long play of all four CDs of Panzer Dragoon Saga on the Yabause emulator, upscaled it about 16 times and using HexEdit to changed some values to enable a proper aspect ratio 16:9 widescreen.
Panzer Dragoon Wikia
A community driven wiki on Fandom about the Panzer Dragoon series. Although not as comprehensive as our peer-reviewed encyclopaedia, it differentiates itself by being editable by anyone.
GameFAQs Panzer Dragoon Saga Message Board
An alternative message board to post questions about Panzer Dragoon Saga. This site also contains boards for the other games in the series but the Saga board has traditionally been the most active.
Panzer Dragoon Deviantart Group
A Deviantart group dedicated to sharing Panzer Dragoon fan art. Much of the art on this website originated here.
Panzer Dragoon Fan Group (Facebook)
A group on Facebook for discussing the Panzer Dragoon series. Not affiliated with Panzer Dragoon Legacy.

Archives of English Language Websites

Azel Online (Web Archive)
Before there was Panzer Dragoon Legacy, and even before it was called The Will of the Ancients, there was a predecessor that I ran called Azel Online. This is an archive of the second version of Azel Online.
Die Welt von Panzer Dragoon (Web Archive)
A former Panzer Dragoon fan site run by Lord Craymen and Senor Kaffee that used to host the Panzer Dragoon community forum. It was the main fan site during the run up to Panzer Dragoon Orta’s release.
Lagi: The Art of Panzer Dragoon (Web Archive)
Created by Lagi, this was once the definitive online gallery of official Panzer Dragoon art. An older design is also archived. It was merged into Panzer Dragoon Legacy.
Panzer Dragoon Legacy (Web Archive)
Not to be mistaken with this site, Panzer Dragoon Legacy was a fan site from Draikin dedicated to just Panzer Dragoon Orta. It was merged into the current Panzer Dragoon Legacy website.
Sarah’s RPG Page (Web Archive)
A former RPG fan site from Sarah Cabry. While not specifically about Panzer Dragoon, there’s a big Panzer Dragoon Saga section which could be worth mining for content.
Sky Rider: The Panzer Dragoon World (Web Archive)
A precursor to a later site called Sky Rider: The Imperial Archives from Aitrus, but covering all aspects of the series. Created in 1998, Sky Rider was one of the first Panzer Dragoon fan sites. It even has a link to a Panzer Dragoon for Dreamcast petition.
Sky Rider: The Imperial Archives (Web Archive)
The successor to Sky Rider: The Panzer Dragoon World, but focusing on just the Empire this time around, since Aitrus felt there were already enough general purpose Panzer Dragoon sites. It was merged into Panzer Dragoon Legacy.
The Panzer Place (Web Archive)
A former Panzer Dragoon site from Stephan Dolby about the three Saturn Panzer Dragoon games. Works best in Internet Explorer 6. ;) It was merged into Panzer Dragoon Legacy.
The Panzer Lagoon (Web Archive)
This former site, created by James Duffy, contains information on the Panzer Dragoon series. It includes details on how to get hold of the Panzer Dragoon games as well.
The Panzer Dragoon Language Dictionary (Web Archive)
Duncan Burris was translating ‘Panzerese’ into English, so we could understand how to speak phrases from the language used in the Panzer Dragoon games. The site has since been shut down, but is available on the Internet Archive.
The Temple of Sestren (Web Archive)
An archive of a former Panzer Dragoon fan site run by Arcie. Unfortunately only the first page was successfully archived by the Wayback Machine.
The Panzer Dragoon Academy Awards (Web Archive)
A website created by Shadow that was set up to showcase the winners of the Panzer Dragoon community “Academy Awards” in 2003 and 2004.
The Panzer Dragoon Yahoo! Club (Web Archive)
Before there was our community on Panzer Dragoon Legacy and before Die Welt von Panzer Dragoon, fans used to post on the Panzer Dragoon Yahoo! Club run by Aitrus. The post links no longer work, but at least you can see what it looked like.
The Will of the Ancients (Web Archive)
The second design of The Will of the Ancients, the former name of this site. It was redesigned a third and fourth time before becoming Panzer Dragoon Legacy.
Xbox.com: Panzer Dragoon Orta (Web Archive)
The Panzer Dragoon Orta page on the United States official Xbox website. The live page is no longer available; this is a web achieve.

Archives of Other Language Websites

Azel Panzer Dragoon (Japanese, Web Archive)
It has what looks like a novel of Azel: Panzer Dragoon RPG. Also a comic based on Panzer Dragoon Zwei can be found here.
Fly High Pandra (Japanese, Web Archive)
A simple page on Panzer Dragoon which is rather meaningless unless you understand Japanese.
Panzer Dragoon Academy (Japanese, Web Archive)
Lots of info and a forum for Japanese Panzer Dragoon fans. There is a section called the “Panzer Dragoon III Project” which appears to relate to the Xbox sequel.
Panzer Dragoon Language Dictionary Japanese Version (Japanese, Web Archive)
These people were translating the Panzer Dragoon language into Japanese. The site is no longer online, but a web archive is available.
Panzer Dragoon Revival Movement (Japanese, Web Archive)
Also hosted on SEGACLUB, this appears to be a petition to get SEGA to release a new Panzer Dragoon game. An English translation of the site is also available.
Panzer Force (Japanese, Web Archive)
An archive of a small Panzer Dragoon site with very little content. Most of the images weren’t archived properly, but the other content may be of use to someone.
Panzer Dragoon Orta Official Website (Japanese, Web Archive)
The official website of Panzer Dragoon Orta. While there is a small English language section, most of the content can only be found in the Japanese section.
Sega Japan: Panzer Dragoon Orta (Japanese, Web Archive)
An archive of the official Panzer Dragoon Orta page on SEGA’s Japanese website.
Team Andromeda Presents… (Japanese, Web Archive)
Once this was Team Andromeda’s official website, but it was taken down after they split up. This web archive, recorded in the Wayback Machine, contains art and information about Panzer Dragoon Saga, such as the official timeline.
The Book of Azel: Panzer Dragoon Saga Bible (German, Web Archive)
This archived site has most of the content found in the English sites, only in German. A good place to go for information if you’re a German-speaking Panzer Dragoon fan.
The Twilight Primary School (Japanese, Web Archive)
A Japanese Panzer Dragoon page that features original artwork and a Panzer-sounding MP3. There is also a ‘Panzer Dragoon Side Story’ with more than 15 episodes!
We Love Panzer Dragoon!! (Japanese, Web Archive)
Part of the SEGACLUB website, not only does ‘We Love Panzer Dragoon’ have a fitting name but also has some good MIDIs and artwork.

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