Thanks to rattatatouille for the inspiration!
King Tycoon’s job class was Dragoon. His middle name is Highwind and he rides a dragon, and he dies in the presence of the Earth Crystal, from which you get the Dragoon job class.
The Highwinds were Dragoons for as long as Ricard in Final Fantasy II. This name is somewhat of a tradition in Final Fantasy too. If you see a Highwind, they’ll most likely have mastery over Dragons and Wyverns.
King Tycoon owns a wind drake, one of the last of its kind. His full name is Alexander Highwind Tycoon and wears a winged helmet reminiscent of a Dragoon’s, with a visor that covers his eyes.
He’s also the guardian of the Wind Crystal. So far they’re setting him up to be Dragoon.
At the beginning of the game, King Tycoon goes to check on the Wind Crystal, which is under his charge. We meet his daughter Lenna (Reina):
(In Castle Tycoon, King Tycoon walks towards Hiryu, who wakes up. Lenna comes
out after him.)
Lenna: Father! Do you really have to go?
King Tycoon: You know I do, dear. I need you to protect the castle. Under no
circumstances are you to follow me, do you understand?
Lenna: But, Father…
King Tycoon: Something is wrong with the wind… I must go to the Wind Shrine to
make certain nothing’s happened to the crystal.
Lenna: Yes…I’ve noticed it as well. But, to go alone is-
King Tycoon: Lenna. Don’t worry, I’ll be fine. Have faith.
(He climbs onto Hiryuu, who flies into the air. As he flies off, Lenna waves to
him and he looks back before flying away.)
Someone else notices the Wind stops: Faris. And we find out that Faris and Lenna are sisters. They’re both daughters of King Tycoon, and possibly warrior princesses in the Dragoon tradition.
In Final Fantasy V, your characters can be any job available to them. But if Final Fantasy II and IV are any indications, Lenna and Faris readily pick up the Dragoon job class. They do so not due to stats, but lineage.
Curiously enough, we don’t get the Dragoon class from the Wind Crystal. However, we do get it for the Earth Crystal, at the exact spot where King Tycoon dies. Perhaps this is subtle encouragement to avenge their father, and carry on the family business.