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This page is about Dragon eggs. For other uses, see Dofus (disambiguation).


Dofus (singular and plural) means "Dragon egg" in the draconic language. As the name implies, a real Dofus can only be laid by Dragons, but some fake Dofus also exist. Dragons will only lay a Dofus when they are in love, hence the limited number of Dragons and Dofus in the world.

The power of a Dofus Edit

Some Dofus are more powerful than others, but they all confer various powers to their owners, such as increased strength or speed. The first idea behind the Dofus MMO was that the players were adventurers hunting for the six Primordial Dofus, which would make them the equal of a god. Ogrest, the second being to ever collect all six, did obtain enough power to defeat the gods on his own when they came to stop him.

As early as the creation of the World of Ten, some of the gods as well as Rushu expressed interest in the possible presence of Dofus after Osamodas's Dragons had breathed life upon the planet. While the gods needed the Dragon eggs to remain in the world to preserve its balance and hoped that their respective followers would find them and bring prestige to their cult, several of Rushu's servants have tried to bring some back to Shustuft Crust, to no avail so far.

Some of the fake Dofus also hold a certain power, but none compare to the Primordials, and some are mere hoaxes.

Multiple copies of a Dofus Edit

In Dofus: Les Larmes turquoise, the antagonist collects two Primordial Turquoise Dofus. Ereziah Melkewel explains that a Dofus can exist in several places at once, each being a facet of the same egg, which explains why the Soft Oak and the Dragon Pig both supposedly guard the same Dofus in completely different locations. He adds that alchemists disagree on whether one Dofus is the original and others are mere copies, or they all hold the same power. When the player retakes the Dofus at the end of the adventure, they both merge into one.

True Dofus Edit

Primordial Dofus Edit

The first six Primordial Dofus were laid by the Primordial Dragons, the first to incarnate on the World of Ten after it was found by the gods. There is one for each element as well as black magic and white magic, and their pulse was used to create and maintain the world's harmony. Although the harmony didn't last, they are still among the most powerful and well-known Dofus to this day.

While "Primordial Dofus" often refers to those six only, the rest of the Primordial Dragons can also lay Dofus even though they didn't in the early days. For example, it was revealed in GAMAKNA #3 that the Primordial White Dragon Croulaklakoss had laid the Dofus of Kings.

Image Name Origin
Emerald DofusDofus émeraude Emerald Dofus Aerafal, Primordial Dragon of Air
Turquoise DofusDofus turquoise Turquoise Dofus Aguabrial, Primordial Dragon of Water
Crimson DofusDofus pourpre Crimson Dofus Ignemikhal, Primordial Dragon of Fire
Ochre DofusDofus ocre Ochre Dofus Terrakourial, Primordial Dragon of Earth
Ivory DofusDofus ivoire Ivory Dofus Dardondakal, Primordial Dragon of White magic
Ebony DofusDofus ébène Ebony Dofus Grougalorasalar, Primordial Dragon of Black magic

Eliatrope Dofus Edit

The Eliatrope Dofus are in a distinct category from the rest for a few reasons. First, they were all laid by the Great Dragon after his second union with the goddess Eliatrope. Second, in addition to giving birth to a Dragon, the eggs also contain an Eliatrope twin. Lastly, when either of the twins dies, their Wakfu returns to the egg until they have both returned and are ready to reincarnate with the same body. This gives the first six Eliatropes and Eliatrope Dragons a very potent form of immortality. Even when Yugo and Adamai "exhausted all of their Wakfu" to fight back the Mechasms and killed themselves in the process, they could still reincarnate although it took thousands of years.

OAV Eliatrope Dofus

Eliatrope Dofus in Wakfu OAVs

Depending on the media, the appearance of those eggs either matches that of the Primordial Dofus or uses a specific design. For instance, GAMAKNA #3 shows which Dofus belongs to each Eliatrope Dragon using images identical to the Primordial Dofus. It is possible that Eliatrope Dragons and Dofus are each linked to an element or to white or black magic, as is the case with the Primordial Dragons.

Image Name Twins
Emerald DofusDofus émeraude Emerald Dofus Yugo and Adamai
Turquoise DofusDofus turquoise Turquoise Dofus Nora and Efrim
Crimson DofusDofus pourpre Crimson Dofus Qilby and Shinonome
Ochre DofusDofus ocre Ochre Dofus Mina and Phaeris
Ivory DofusDofus ivoire Ivory Dofus Glip and Baltazar
Ebony DofusDofus ébène Ebony Dofus Chibi and Grougaloragran

Other true Dofus Edit

Any other Dragon egg is also a true Dofus, sometimes called Minor Dofus.

Image Name Origin
Vulbis DofusDofus vulbis Vulbis Dofus Crocabulia
Kaliptus Dofus Kaliptus Dofus Unknown Dragon
Dolmanax Dolmanax Unknown Dragon
Dofus turquoise Turquoise Dofus (Bolgrot) Aguabrial, tricked by Djaul
Dofus nébuleux Cloudy Dofus Khelebragon (in love with Priestess Methea)
Ice DofusDofus des glaces Ice Dofus Aguabrial (rumored not to be an actual Dofus)
Dofus gresgaoulian Nameless white Dofus Gresgaoulian (in love with Calypso di Mettronome)

Fake Dofus Edit

Image Name Origin
Dofus abyssal Abyssal Dofus Created by Sufokian Foggernauts.
Dofawa Dofawa "Eerily looks like a wild Dragoturkey egg" according to its in-game description.
Dokoko Dokoko The Kanniballs believe that Moon's Tree is actually a sleeping dragon and that this is his egg.
Cawwot DofusDofus cawotte Cawwot Dofus Crafted by Wabbits.
Dotruche Dotrich A mere Strich Dofus Wiki favicon egg.
Ice DofusDofus des glaces Ice Dofus Aguabrial's "frozen hole" (rumored to be a tear or a ball of snot). Given by Jiva to Count Harebourg.
Grofus Grofus Obtained as a reward in the MMO on Vulkania after killing several Sauroshells.
Fake Dofus Fake Dofus A quest item in the MMO that cannot even be equipped and looks particularly forged.
Watchers dofus Watchers' Dofus "This Dofus was fashioned on the basis of someone's hazy recollection of what an authentic dragon egg looked like."

Hoax Dofus Edit

Lastly, some players have invented their own Dofus to spread rumors or trick other players. These Dofus are not fake eggs in the world, they simply do not exist within the canon. The Black-Spotted Dofus is one such example that gained some notoriety, and a few unnamed images can also be found around the Web.