Basic Information


Dragons have six limbs, four legs, and two wings, they also have tails and long necks.  All dragons are covered in scales which have two shades to them the inner shade is darker and makes up most of the colour seen the outer shade is usually metallic in colour which causes a dragon to seem to sparkle when seen from a distance

Genetics and Reproduction

Dragons are capable of breeding with any sentient race on Corrigenda.  Due to their magical nature they have the ability to alter The Balance when breeding with giants.  Most giant females are unaware of this ability and so, are not actively looking for dragon partners.

Ecology and Habitats

Most Dragons prefer high mountain caves or deep desert sands.  If possible they would choose a high mountain cave with the deep desert sands.  As the heat from the sands helps incubate the eggs.

Biological Cycle

Dragons mature slowly and thus only moult once a decade.  Though this does not affect the reproductive cycle.  By their second moult, they can reproduce

Additional Information

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Dragons have exceptional eyesight and hearing.  With the ability to alter visual perceptions from fifteen miles down to six inches. Their audio perceptions are so extreme they can hear a bat's call or the subliminal rumblings of the world. They have the ability to communicate telepathically, and are magical by their very nature.

Civilization and Culture

Interspecies Relations and Assumptions

These majestic creatures are capable of interbreeding with any of the other races on Corrigenda and thus expanding both gene pool of the mother's race since the child is born into the race of the mother but will on occasion pick up some aspects of the father race in appearance.
Scientific Name
1500 years
Conservation Status
In the Kingdom of Herigmark Dragons are a protected species since it was a dragon that helped to end a war nearly 500 years ago. Most other countries don't care one way or the other.
Average Length
anywhere from 4' to 70'
Related Myths
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