Category: Dragons

White dragon

White dragons are covered in a hide that feels like very soft skin. Over that skin is a fluffy layer of fur that is very thick and rests over an insulating layer of……


Green dragon

Green dragons have arms that curve inwards, giving them a slightly bow legged appearance from the front. The hands have three clawed fingers on the front and one on that back that looks……


Blue dragon

Blue dragons have large scales that have a slight gleam to them, though they aren’t as shiny as the scales of a silver dragon. They have two horns on their head that……


Gold dragon

These dragons have a soft hide covering their bodies. Their heads sport a three pronged crest that looks more like three horns. One prong runs over the top of the head while the……


Silver dragons

Silver dragons are covered in scales with a pair of inwardly curving horns at the top of their heads. Their silver eyes are solidly colored and have a liquid quality to them. Silvers are quite……


Diet

Dragons are largely opportunistic predators. They don’t much care what they eat as long as there’s enough of it. They have animals they won’t eat as they don’t provied enough nutrition. This changes as they age and grow.

Bonded dragons don’t often feel the need to hunt as riders keep herds of animals specifically for them……


Language

Dragons have their own language with little variation amongst the species. They don’t share this language outside of themselves, not even with their riders.

Dragons aren’t capable of understanding the speach of the bipedal species of Keverynn, nor can they speak to them. Gold dragons are the exception as their innate gift is universal language. Dragons……


Culture

Culturally, dragons have an oral tradition that dates back to the early days of the world as they are the oldest race on Keverynn, followed by the wyvern. According to them, Amasuyeva is a real being who is the immortal mother of the dragon race. Her First Children are also quite real: Aellar the blue,……


Development

As the eggs age and the embryo develops, the dragon inside will gradually consume all of the material inside the egg. Once this is gone, it leaves the shell brittle, making it easy for the hatchling to break free. A day or two before the hatching, the young dragons are able to hear what is……