As a kid of the 80 ‘s, dragons have always caused me. Whether it was through movies, video games or dungeons, and dragons, these fictitious monsters had an influence on my resource. With this succession of reaps, I wanted to show a different line-up of the animal.
Often dragons are illustrated as villainous, treasure hoarding monsters but I wanted to break past the stereotypes and delve into the different identities of each reputation. As far as the styling of the pulls themselves, I wanted to go for an old fashioned review of classic explain, maybe even having a was of the view that the latter are sketched from life in some explorer’s journal.
“Raniik the Obvious” fancies himself an superb disguise and seek player.
This book wyrm adores to hoard her literary treasures.
“Cole the Diminutive” is just a small dragon in a big nature hoping to find a realm of his own that he was able to godforsaken all he wants.
Chapter 14 gets to “AAgar the Emotional” every time.
“Varlad the Improviser” was fortunate to come across a helpful princess during his quest to meet his missing mount rope.
This peckish dragon is always up for a late gallant snack.
“Gorng the Skittish” has an extreme case of Ovinaphobia.
Once upon a epoch a foolhardy king decreed that his empire building on the most important one crest in the region. His advisors warned against the construction as it was a sacred place but were put to death for their revolt. Woe to the king when Garnyx awakes…
This sea serpent desires amazing the regional mermaids with impromptu acrobatic displays.
Many an gallant traveler has sought the ability of this ancient forest force, but Cyr’nyth exclusively materializes to those he sees are worth his knowledge.
“Swenti the Loyal and Sir Button-nose the Brave” learn us that even swear opponents can be friends if they look into each others hearts.
“Seru the Maternal” facilitates her hatchling take flight for the first time.
“Koga the Optimistic” lost his ability to fly centuries ago but his spirit still surges through the kites that he creates.
A month of bickering dragons can be quite exhausting.
“Vorloc the Impenetrable” has the thickest of dragon flakes to ascertain minimal distractions at tea time.
“Ron’u the Immovable” is the most old of stone dragons. In reality, he is so old that most people are undecided if there is always a living creature or simply a towering tombstone etched into the mountain side by the winds of time.
“Dormar the Ponderer” and “Seerfin the Impatient” have been locked in an epic clash of the minds for the last 259 years, Seerfin hopes to get a turn before the next century.
This eclectic dragon is known in all areas of the acre for her organic pumpkin juice.
There is nothing worse for a forest than a dragon with a cold
“Sariin the Insecure” elevates the quite comfort of his treasure chest more than the hubbub and flurry of the world around him.
Like all dragons, Dorble cherishes his vast fortune.
“Wrathar the Blunderous” has learned the hard way that castles do not make good chairs.
Only in the deepest of caves will one find this evil drake. He has no hunger for amber. His rich are the minds of the nonsensical wanderers who dare disturb him.
“Jaxin the anxious” was not expecting to be ambushed by his fearsome foe.
This hydra acts as a sentinel for a remote island rich in rare earth. Though many have tried , no person has been able to set hoof here undetected.
“Norith the Lackadaisical” knows the best interests of making some time off from the pillaging of amber and the desolating of grounds every now and then.
Even the swiftest of dragons is delayed by a pit residence bog.
There is no treasure in the moor that is safe from this roguish drake.