Dragons (not to be confused with “dargons“) are among the most dangerous creatures among the The Mythos refers to six of the Seven Peoples of the Earth, i.e. the Sun and the Darkness, the Guardians and the Dream, and the Fey and the Kin. “Among... More and not just because of physical size and strength.
Their intelligence is off the charts. Combined with a tendency to live about four thousand years, an insatiable desire for wealth and power, and the ability to eat almost anything (which is why dragons tend to symbolize things like drought in the Vedas), and you have a fairly dangerous combination.
Like people of the Darkness, they can A skill largely unique to the Darkness, and indeed, one of the defining factors of that People; however, it is not unique to them. On occasion, others have it, too,... More anything. However, they also have a tendency to collect, which is generally a Fey trait.
They also have pouches — yes, pouches — though they’d be the first to tell you that “marsupial” does not apply.
Most can breathe fire, and many can heal. As a result, Dragons are generally given a choice of joining either the Darkness or the Sun upon reaching adulthood.
Rarely, some dragons don’t make that choice at all and end up the Lost – those who are considered outside the The Seven Peoples of the Earth are the seven identifying types applied to every sentient creature in the world. The Seven Peoples of the World divided themselves in this manner... More.