Dragons –Some have wings and breathe fire. Have scales and claws. Some have horns.

Can be
venomous. Can have more than one head or tail. Can have any number of legs, most have four. Very
intelligent, live in remote areas, in places that are dark, damp. Can live almost anywhere.
yrm – snake!like form, with a dragon head.
Dragonlet – small, venomous dragons.
"astern – held in high respect. #ive in some sort of damp place, like a lake or the ocean. $sually
benevolent and kind. Can control the rain, rivers, lakes, and the seas. Can ward of evil spirits, protect
the innocent. Have serpentine bodies, four legs, and usually don%t have wings. Composite of various
other animals, body of a snake, antlers of a deer, talons of an eagle, soles of a tiger, scales of a carp and
eyes of a demon. &ine types'
(ianlong – Celestial Dragons, said to pull the chariots of the gods and guard their palaces.
Shenlong – Spiritual Dragons, control the wind and rain.
)ucanglong – Dragons of Hidden (reasures, underworld dragons that guard treasures, both natural and
manmade.
Dilong – $nderground Dragons, earth dragon, preside over rivers and streams, female counterpart of
the Shenlong, fly in order to mate.
*inglong – inged Dragons, oldest of all eastern dragons, only kind with wings.
+iulong – Horned Dragons, the mightiest dragons.
,anlong – Coiling Dragons, water dragons, inhabit the lakes of the -rient.
Huanglong – *ellow Dragons, emerged from the .iver #uo, brought writing, known for scholarly
knowledge.
#/ng 0ng – Dragon 1ings, rulers over the four seas. Can shapeshift into human form.
estern – Viewed as monsters. (end to live in deserts and dry places. 2reathe fire. Have wings. Can be
greedy, keeping hordes of gold and other precious treasures. (wo main types metallic which are
considered good and chromatic which are considered evil. Start out as egg from 3!4 feet in length. 5s
adult can be up to 67 feet long with a wingspan of 389 feet. "ye has a large iris and vertical pupil like a
cats. (he whites of its eyes are usually yellow, gold, green, orange, red, or silver. hen born the scales
are as soft as tissue paper and harden as the dragon ages.
Chromatic – usually evil
2lack – vile, evil tempered, and obsessed with death. #ive in fetid, swampy habitats. )ind comfort in
the aroma of drowned, rotting carcasses. Domain is swamps and :ungles. 5busive and ;uick to anger,
malevolent. Has a grim, skeletal appearance. "yes lie in deep sockets. (wo great horns curve forward
and down. )lesh of face has partially deteriorated. 5cidic drool. Smells of rotting vegetation, foul
water, and poisonous acid. Dine mostly on fish, eels and other water creatures. ill eat meat, but prefer
the victims to float in the water awhile before eating them. <ost active in the darkest of the night.
2reathes a poisonous, si==ling acid.
.ed – greedy and covetous, obsessed with increasing their treasure hoards. #ive in warm habitats, like
volcanoes or tropical island. Domain is the mountain and island. Vain, cunning and terrible. #ong
wings, two long horns. #ong red, forked tongue. (iny flames often dance in nostrils when angry. "yes
gleam with unrestrained greed when sees treasures. Smells of smoke and sulfur. )iercely territorial,
prefer to eat meat, especially people. Have been known to force villages to sacrifice maidens to them.
2reathe fire.
2lue – pensive, lawful and vain. #ive in hot dry areas, such as sandy deserts or arid steppes. Has frilled
ears and a single horn. "yes are smooth, glossy and without pupils. Smells of o=one and sand.
Dedicated carnivore, will eat snakes, li=ards but prefers herd animals. ,refers to attack in ambush,
en:oy sitting and reflecting, is lawful and has some sense of morals. >ood at tracking, is large and
vibrant, breathe lightning.
>reen – 2elligerent, master of intrigue, politics, and backbiting. ?s cruel. ,refers forests, the older and
bigger the tress, the better. ,refers to concoct elaborate schemes to gain power or wealth. <ay make
liar behind waterfall, or near a lake, pond, or stream that provides a submerged entrance. "vil hangs in
the air around their lair, there is a presence of foul order. Head is covered in hornlets, has a long neck
and legs, reeks of chlorine. ?s a liar and master of verbal evasion. hen attacking will usually stalk the
prey first, sometimes for days. "n:oys the taste of elves, likes to play with prey. ill eat anything
though. -bsessed with life and growth, wants to live eternally, is envious. >ood at tracking, likes to
instill terror, en:oys torturing opponents to death. 2reathes poisonous gas, to@ic chlorine gas.
hite – small and intelligent. #ive in frigid icy climate, usually arctic areas but sometimes high
mountains. (ravel alone, have very good memories, prefer the solitude of snowy plains and caves. Has
sharp intelligent looking eyes and intense e@pression. Scales resemble fur or feathers. )eet are wide and
has sharp claws to help walk on top of snow. ,refer their food to be chilled, if the victims haven%t
fro=en to death already, will pack them in snow until they are fro=en enough. ?s swift and alert,
sometimes known to be cowardly. 2reathes a chilling frost.
<etallic – usually good
2rass – most gregarious, famous for love of conversation. Crave sunlight and dry heat, fre;uent hot,
arid regions, like deserts. #ike to make their lairs in high, rocky caves. Have dull, motted brown scales
at birth, as they age the scales become more brassy. Have supple e@pressive lips. Can breathe fire.
2ron=e – have a strong sense of :ustice. Do not tolerate cruelty or anarchy in any form. Very
in;uisitive, find humanoids fascination. #ive near deep water especially in tropical coastal areas and
islands. #ive in caves or near underground streams or lakes. Have a beaklike snout and pointed tongue.
)eet are webbed and have webbing behind their forelimbs. Scales are smooth and flat.
Copper – incorrigible pranksters, :oke!tellers, and riddlers. #ive in dry, rocky uplands and mountains.
#ive in narrow caves. Have massive thighs and shoulders, are e@cellent :umpers and climbers. #ike
other metallic dragons the scales are dull and birth and become shinier with aging. #ove sharing :okes
and will eat almost anything.
>old – Champions over evil and foul play. -ften embark on self!appointed ;uests to promote good.
<ake lairs in secluded areas like deep gorges or high plateaus. Have large twin horns that are smooth
and metallic, have whiskers around its mouth like a catfish. Smells of saffron and incense.
Silver – en:oy helping the meek and lowly. -ften concern themselves with protecting the innocent and
healing in:uries. #ove high mountains and vast open skies. #ove flying. Have a beaklike nose, a strong
chin and pointed tongue. &onviolent and avoid combat whenever possible. 5re most sensitive of all
dragons.
yverns – a cousin to the dragon, winged serpent!like creatures. Have only two legs, a barbed tail, and
cannot breathe fire. Smaller than dragons. #ack the grace and intelligence of dragons. Has bat wings.
Has a poisonous tail stinger and the talons of an eagle. (ypically eat deer, goats, and other such
creatures. ?s unambiguously malicious.
2asilisk – a small snake with a white spot on its head resembling a crown, over time the spot became a
crest. has the body of a serpent but the head of a cock. <oves by raising the front half of its body and
moving forward with its head held erect. 5ble to kill anything that meets its ga=e including humans,
animals and plants. ?ts touch is poisonous, all other serpents will flee from its hiss. 2reath can wither
vegetations. #eaves a path of poison and death. Causing it to ga=e on its own reflection is the easiest
way to kill it.
?moogi – relative of the dragon living in 1orea. Hornless, large benevolent, python!like creatures that
live in water or caves.