There are sixteen types of dragons, each with a different elemental affinity and, likely, breath power. The following types are known: Flame, Earth, Lightning, Silver, and Void. These types can be reasonably assumed: Ice or Frost, Shadow, Air or Wind.
Dragons are believed to be quasi-immortal, so they will never die to disease or old age.
The System doesn't seem to acknowledge them, thus being unable to obtain Classes/Levels and Skills.
Behavior and Culture
Dragons are very touchy and dislike losing immensely.
They are very formal and conscientious about traditions, which make them rather predictable.
Once, Dragons ruled over their descendants, the Drakes, as they were slaves and fought bitter wars with every nation on the globe.
- Teriarch - Fire-type Dragon
- Rafaema - Lightning-type Dragon
- Cirediel Anvi’dualln Olicuemerdn - Earth-type Dragon
- Yderigrisel - Silver-type Dragon (Soul Consumed)
- Muzarre - Earth-type Dragon
- Xarkouth - Void-type Dragon
- Unknown young Dragon killed by Tulm the Mithril
- Rhetorical questions were first invented by the Dragons, or so Teriarch claims.
- The Dragon race has almost become extinct. Every few thousand years another member is being slain.
- It has been ages since a Dragon was last seen anywhere in the world. Usually, there are only rumors—such as stolen cattle or strange burn marks. Terandria, for instance, is one of the places where these rumors come from.
- Dragons are not capable of leveling.
- There are at least 3 dragons in Izril, 2 of whom Niers is aware of.
- Dragonflesh does not rot.
- There may be two more fully grown dragons hiding somewhere in the world. They both would have been grievously wounded in the Creler Wars and have not been seen since.
- There is a possibility that Rhisveri Zessoprical, uncle to [King] Itorin Zessoprical II of Ailendamus, is actually a Dragon in disguised, and would be responsible for the sudden empowerment of the nation. If it is true, his goal is probably taking the Eternal Throne of Calanfer, which was a Dragon Throne. Theory form from Chapter 8.19 H.