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Types of Draconiformes

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Post by Scortia on Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:53 pm

Types of Draconiformes




As some of you may or may not know, there are many kinds of dragons, from western style to Chinese. And the idea of dragons tended to vary from culture to culture, with the only general consensus being that they are large, terrifying, and scaly, usually breathing some kind of elemental attack. In order to help give you ideas about your character, and provide some in-depth knowledge about dragons and their anatomy, we hope to prevent any confusion you may have about the subject in the future! So, without further ado, let’s begin!


Dragon Taxonomy




As you are likely aware, all draconiformes are large, scaly, and terrifying, as I mentioned above, but each dragon is very different in their external and internal anatomy. Some have long, windy bodies, while other have short, stout ones. Some have sharp, deadly exteriors, while others have fluffy feathers and sometimes even fur. It all varies on the species.

All draconiformes, or dragon-like creatures, come in many different shapes and sizes, with different means of attack and whatnot. I will attempt to give a list of the variety of draconiformes. Most draconiforms age the same way humans age, up until the age of around 24, depending on the draconiform. After around a range between 20-30, the dragon will reach sexual maturity, at which their aging will significantly decrease.

This means a dragon can be 600 and still have the mind/appearance of a young adult.



Draconiforme Limits




To ensure that no character or species of dragon has an unnatural advantage over another, there are a few specifications that every and all draconiforme must abide by. Thus far, they are the following:



  • No draconiforme my fly faster than speeds of 120mph (~53.6m/s). Dives are an exception to this rule, but all the same, may not exceed speeds of 140mph (~62.6m/s).



  • Any fire used, excreted, or breathed by any draconiforme in any way cannot exceed more than 2,200°F (1,200°C). This includes any heated substances, such as slime or plasma.





Western Dragon
Eastern Dragon
Wyrm
Wyvern
Hydra
Drake
Amphiptere
Lindwurm


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Western Dragon








One of the most common kinds of draconiformes, these powerful, winged beasts come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, from short and stout, to tall and long. In fact, the average western dragon usually has a very varied biology, with the average western dragon ranging from sizes as small as five feet tall to as large as one hundred feet tall, some even going beyond that incredibly massive height, and their lengths can also vary from dragon to dragon, sometimes being only about 1.5 times the height, while other times being as much as 4 times the height of the dragon. The average height of a western dragon is 5-130 ft. This goes for their wingspan, with the wingspan ranging from quite small, to so much as 3 times the dragons length, which are very big wings. All western dragons have one pair of wings, four legs, and usually have external ears, as well as usually being covered in either scales or feathers. There a variety of different breeds of western dragons, each adapted and evolved for dealing with different kinds of climate, such as IceWings, which are resistant to the cold, with special pads that allow them to walk across the ice, and dragons like Night furies, which are resistant to fire, heat, and can fly at incredibly high speeds at high altitudes. Each dragon has very different physical capabilities, which all vary depending on what species they are. May sometimes, on rare occasions, have one to three heads. They are known to live up to 3500 years.


Like most draconiformes, their appearance relies heavily based on their location, such as where they were born. Most western dragons generally tend to live in mountainous to taiga environments, though they are not beyond living in more humid areas, as well. Due to their hardiness, most western dragons can live in many areas of the world, and many different kinds of biomes. There are two different kinds of western dragons; Terrestrial and Aquatic.


Terrestrial Western Dragons






Found usually in the mountains, some deserts, alpines, taigas, forests, grassland, jungles, and sometimes may be found in swamps. They feed on a variety of prey, from fish to deer to elk, and some may even eat plants and fruit, though this is rare, and it depends on the species. These kinds of western dragons usually possess magic. While not as potent or powerful as a Nordic wyvern's or an eastern dragon, they can still grow this inherit ability to become quite strong. Unlike Nordic wyverns and eastern dragons, however, not all western dragons are born with magic. However, all western dragons can learn it.

Aquatic Western Dragons




Found primarily in the ocean, sometimes appearing in swamps, and rarely appearing in lakes. They are never found near cold or hot areas, as it dries out their scales. They feast primarily on aquatic life, from fish to dolphins to seaweed, depending on the species. It is rare for aquatic dragons to possess magic, and like western dragons, is something that needs to be taught, but it usually is a lot harder to learn and rare for aquatic dragons to be born with magic. Aquatic dragons possess gills, and fins, that allow them to more easily speed through the water.


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The Eastern Dragons, or Long dragons, are just as they sound, being almost snake like, and perhaps the 2nd to 3rd most common kind of draconiform. They are incredibly long, often times being as much as 10 times the height of the dragon. Most eastern dragons, however, don’t get much taller than about 3-60 feet, but there will always be exceptions. One of the rare characteristics of the eastern dragon is their lack of wings. However, despite this lack of wings, most eastern dragons are still able to fly. This is probably due to the eastern dragons being incredibly proficient in magic. They are generally usually covered in either scales, fur, and/or feathers. Most eastern dragons have external ears, but some have internal ones. Some eastern dragons are depicted with antlers in the place of horns, and having birds feet. The average eastern dragon is usually varied from color and what not, but their general shape does not change, unlike with the western dragon. All western dragons have both hind legs and front legs.


Unlike western dragons, the eastern dragons have a much more specific requirement for survival. The majority of eastern dragons live near rivers, lakes, streams, and generally near running water. A majority of eastern dragons can also be found by oasis’ in the desert, in swamps, and in the jungle, where the air is moist and wet. Some species of eastern dragon live up in the alpines, but not very many, and none enjoy the hot temperatures of the desert, with the exceptions of the ones that live out in the oasis.

Eastern dragons are much more adept in magic than the average draconiform, even more so than western dragons. All eastern dragons are born with the adept ability to spell cast and use their own magical abilities at will, without having to be taught how to use these abilities. Thus, they make up for their lack of variety in breeds in their vast knowledge of elemental and manipulative magics. Generally, eastern dragons are depicted as wise, but this isn’t always the case, as all eastern dragons have their own unique personalities and appearances. In general, these creatuers live up to 4000 years.
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Wyrm



Little is known about the wyrm, other than that they are large, snake like beasts, that come in many kinds of lengths, and all are equally terriyfying. These draconiformes are rather unique ones, because they resemble something, kind of like a legless lizard. While the average viewer would dispiss them as a basilisk or a giant serpent, as those are some of their nicknames, Wyrms are actually very clearly draconiformes. So, how do you tell a wyrm from a basilisk? Simple. The head. Most giant serpents like basilisks have large, snake-like heads, while wyrms have dragon like heads instead. The features are rather distinguishable, if you know what to look for. The average wyrm isn’t often very tall, usually being only about 5-30 feet tall. However, a wyrm can get incredibly large, as it is said that wyrms never stop growing. If a wyrm were to get old enough, they could grow up to as much as 1000 feet long. As such, height and length of wyrms are unreliable, as all of them vary greatly. While rare, it is not impossible for wyrms to have wings. The wings of a wyrm are usually much smaller than that of an amphiptere. Generally, wyrms have rough, rigid scales, but are not beyond soft ones, as well. They may have horns and spikes, but never anything too outrageous. They don’t really have very many unique elemental features. Some aquatic and rare species of wyrm may have fins. Can live up to 1500 years.


The average wyrm operates much like a snake, with a similar internal structure, often slithering around, and or burrowing to get around, sometimes even swimming, if they can. As such, most wyrms tend to live in forests, deserts, bodies of water, and sometimes even in the mountains, cold taigas, alpines, and rarely grasslands and swamps. They can really live anywhere, depending on the kind of wyrm that they are.


Wyrms also possess little to no magic. Due to their lack of spellcasting knowledge, and the fact they are not born with magic, causes them to be prone to not remembering any.

Terrestrial Wyrm

These are the most common kinds of wyrms. They generally live in places like the deserts or mountains, sometimes even grasslands and savannahs. They are one of the longest of the wyrms, and generally, like wyverns, can be very territorial and violent when they hunt. They are quick, and actually a lot more intelligent than the might seem.

Aquatic Wyrm

Alongside terrestrial wyrms in length, and perhaps slightly less common that the terrestrial wyrm, aquatic wyrms spend their time swimming through the ocean like a sea serpent. Some can even live in large enough lakes, and small ones may be found in large rivers. They feed only on seafood, primarily meat, and have gills, so seeing one of these out of the water is rare.

Aerial Wyrm

The shortest kind of wyrm, and also the rarest, these wyrms live primarily in the mountains. They possess short wings, and their longer, more awkward flying bodies are one of the things that distinguish them from amphipteres, as wyrms look as if their wings showed up one day, whereas amphipteres look like their wings were there from birth.


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Wyvern


These sneaky, trouble-making draconiformes are best known for their sly personalities and feral natures, often times with the mindset of a thief. The average physical appearance of a wyvern is that of a bipedal dragon, without its wings. Some wyverns stand upright, while others will walking on their wings, giving them the appearance of a regular dragon. All wyverns have only two hind legs, and may have one to two pairs of wings. Some wyverns may have two years, but this is very rare. Like western dragons, most wyverns vary greatly when it comes to their environment and physical appearance, some appearing short while others appear long, each with very varied upright or down body structures. Each wyvern varies greatly in its height to length ratio, with most wyverns being from 7-90 feet tall, with a length that varies greatly, and usually very large wings, sometimes even larger than that of the average western dragon. Usually have internal ears, and a varied bone structure, unlike most other draconiformes, which all have a similar hip structure. In general, all of these creatures live about 2500 years.


Most wyverns enjoy grasslands, forests, mountains, and deserts. They usually tend to avoid wet places, as they prefer the warm, dry places, though there are some arctic wyverns. The average wyvern will usually prey on whatever might come across it’s path that it can fit in its mouth, and has an affinity for shiny objects, though, as mentioned above, this is generally not the case for all wyverns. Most wyverns enjoy smaller prey, such as rabbits, deer, however, are much more territorial than dragons, and can be much more aggressive. Some wyverns are prone to cannibalism, attacking small dragons and wyverns that get in their way.

Nordic Wyvern


These are the rare, powerful, wise wyverns of folklore. Often times, these wyverns are referred to as dragons, due to travelers often mistaking them as such due to their comprehensive knowledge of magic and their wisdom. They appear to walk on their wings, and have a bended over form, which is one of the reasons someone could mistake them for a dragon. They can, however, also be incredibly territorial and often malicious, taking what it wants without any regard for those around it. This being said, as mentioned above, Nordic wyverns are unique in the sense they can use magic. It is a skill they are inherently born with, and master quite fast, rivaling the magic mastery skills of certain western dragons and eastern dragons. They are found primarily in cold, alpine, mountainous environments, but are sometimes found in forests and near the coast.

North American Wyvern



The more common kinds of wyverns, these ones tend to walk on their hind legs, with their wings folded to the side, like that of a bird. They do not often have a very comprehensive knowledge of magic, but there are always exceptions. They can be found anywhere, from jungles, to forests, to mountains, to alpines. The only place they can’t be found is the ocean. Everywhere else is pretty open game for the North American wyvern.


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Hydra


Largely debatably the most terrifying kind of draconiform, these monstrous beasts have a very unique physical appearance, often varying, just like that of a dragon, but all being equally horrific. If you know dragons, you likely know what a hydra is, as well, as they are hard to miss. Their unique characteristic of having multiple heads is what distinguishes them from dragons. While some dragons can have up to three heads, on rare occasions, the thing that separates a hydra from a multi headed dragon is simple. If you cut off a hydra’s head, it will grow back two more. If you cut off a dragon’s head, it will never grow back. Another distinguishing characteristic of hydras and dragons is that dragons have wings, while hydras do not, or very rarely do. Another distinguishing characteristic is that dragons tend to have much shorter necks than that of a hydra, which have long, winding necks, like that of a snake. They also sometimes have multiple tails, as well, and come in a variety of colors and appearances. The average Hydra is about 15-125 feet tall. These creatures can live up to 3000 years.


While a majority of hydra are usually land dwelling, there are also quite a few that can live in the ocean, and whatnot. Most hydra, however, live in places like mountains and ravines, some living in forests. The aquatic kinds of hydra tend to enjoy living in the ocean, as it is the only one that can withstand its massive size. As such, due to their size being larger than most, they generally will feed on anything that isn’t a hydra.

While surprising, it actually isn’t all that rare for a hydra to be born with powerful arcane skills. While hydra are normally not recognized as intelligent, they actually rival some wyverns and dragons’ skills in magic with their own. But this is not always true for all hydras.


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Drake



While from far away, one of these could be mistaken for some kind of dinosaur, or a demon from hell, they are actually much more intelligent and stronger than both of those. Drakes are often mistaken for these creatures that aren’t dragons due to their lack of wings, as this is their most distinguishable characteristic. Another thing unique about drakes is that, generally, most drakes are smaller than dragons, being only about 5-80 feet tall, similar to an eastern dragon. They usually have pretty stoic, strong muscled builds, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t be slender as well. They make up for wings in their own speed. A drake’s running speed can reach as much as 80 mph, which is much higher than that of a cheetah, the fastest land animal. This makes them unique from other draconiformes, due to the average draconiform only being able to run about 50 mph. The drake’s tail also tends not to be as long as most dragons or draconiformes, due to its lack of needing one to help control its flying. Can live up to 500 years.


The average drake can be found in many different locations, from deserts, to forests, mountains, grasslands, tundras, and taigas. There are no known kinds of drakes that can swim, and thus, wetlands and oceans are locations where drakes are not usually located. Due to their generally smaller size, a drake will general feast on anything that they can get their claws around, due to their primal instinct.

Drakes know virtually no magic, but they can be deceptively intelligent. Often times, a drake can trick someone into thinking they know magic, when they actually know none. There have been no documented records of a drake knowing any magic, but that doesn’t mean it still isn’t impossible. It just means that they have never inherited it before.


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Amphiptere

These majestic, winged beasts are the wyrms of the sky. Amphiptere, or Winged Snake, as they are often called in folklore, are draconic creatures without any legs, and have only wings. They are nicknamed winged snakes because they are often very long in length, sometimes with their tail having some kind of flattened fin at the end of it, or some kind of feathery accessory to help them fly better. They are usually known for being quite small compared to other draconiformes, usually ranging from 5-70 feet tall, but usually more commonly only being about fifty feet tall, at most. Their length is a lot like that of a wyrm, often being so much as 10x their height. Their wings are their most distinguishable characteristic. Some people can often get wyrms and amphipteres confused, but the easiest way to tell is by simply looking at their wings. Winged wyrms generally have shorter wings, while an amphiptere’s are very long. They are known to have the largest wingspan of any other type of dragon, and this pays off. To make up for their lack of legs, Amphipteres are the fastest flying creatures of all the draconiformes, able to reach top speeds of 135 mph, and have a diving speed of 200 mph, much like that of a peregrine falcon. Can live up to 2000 years.


As to be expected of a primarily flying animal, they live primarily in the high mountains, however, they also tend to live in places like jungles, and coastal regions, as well, if there happens to be a place for them to roost. Like drakes, there are no aquatic forms of amphipteres. Amphipteres are sort of like the birds of the dragon world, and come in many kinds of shapes and sizes. As such, they can be located in places you wouldn’t normally find such creatures. They feed primarily on smaller prey, like deer and the whatnot. They don’t like the water, and usually despise swimming.

Amphipteres are actually pretty average when it comes to magic. They are no masters, but they definitely aren’t ignorant in the subject. It tends to be something they don’t often practice, however, and generally they will use their own skills. Amphipteres are quite smart, and diligent. They can be very ambitious creatures, similar to most western dragons. That being said, if they desired to learn magic, that capability is not beyond their reach.


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Lindwurm



Very similar to wyrms, these draconiformes are often mistake for the burrowing snake creatures. The one key distinguishing characteristic of lindwurms is their front legs. Unlike wyrms, all lindwurms have a pair of front legs. However, they greatly lack a back pair of hindlegs, and thus will either do a half slither, or, more commonly, will fly through the air, as this is much more comfortable for them. While it is unusual, it is not uncommon for lindwurms to be born with wings. They usually only have one pair of wings. Speaking of pairs, Lindwurms can often have more than one head, sometimes having up to three. Each head can operate somewhat like that of a hydra, each with a unique personality. They have exceptional night vision, and both great burrowing speeds and flight speeds, though both lower than the burrowing speed of a wyrm and the flying speed of an amphiptere. All lindwurms come in a unique variety, some including fins, others covered from head to claw in spikes. Some even have multiple tails. Average height ranges from 5-60 feet. Can live up to 1000 years of age.

Aquatic Lindwurm



A rare kind of lindwurm, these creatures are found primarily in the water, and almost never have wings, though even rarer varieties do have the possibility. They sometimes have gills, and sometimes don’t, but are fully capable of breathing on land, and walking around outside of the water. They are not very proficient magic wielders, and rely primarily on their own skills and abilities to get them by. Though, that isn’t much, seeing as lindwurms are not exactly a draconiform known for their magical capabilities. No aquatic or land dwelling lindwurm is born with magic, and if one were to learn it, they would have to be exceptionally intelligent and ambitious.

Terrestrial Lindwurm



The more well known kind of lindwurm, which is already rare, considering the fact most lindwurms aren’t the most well-known creatures, the terrestrial lindwurm is just as it sounds. It lives on land, and the rare species that have wings fly through the skies and mountains. Most lindwurms live in the forests, mountains, swamps, jungles, and sometimes savannahs and grasslands. They, like their aquatic brethren, are not at all very proficient in magic, and stay to their inborn abilities.


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Draconiform Species List
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Wyvern

Nebula Wyvern

Location: Mountainous Areas, only between 20k and 30k feet.
Draconiforme Type: Wyverns
Abilities:
Nebula Sight: This ability has no prowess other than the changing of their scales. Each Nebula Wyvern chooses a Nebula at birth. No Nebula is used by the same two Wyverns. From then, they grow to imitate that nebulas colors and patterning. The process used to imitate the nebula is similar to that of photosynthesis.
Plasma Blast: The Nebula Wyvern's only offensive ability lies in their plasma blast, that being her breath attack. It's composed exactly of what you might find inside of a star, and often explodes after a few seconds of contact with oxygen. These form as small pockets of heat inside their stomach, which they regurgitate. As they exit their throat, the heat of both the inside and the outside burns through the protective layer surrounding it, and causes it to explode once it becomes too thin, much like a balloon when filled with too much air. Their bodies can only make eight of them at a time, and they generally take about an hour to form.
Dangerous Saliva: A Nebula Wyvern's saliva is dangerous to all but their own kind. The poison is secreted from a sac on the underside of the throat and is the only reason the saliva is flammable. It comes with the severe weakness, however, of being able to catch fire if flame somehow touches one's mouth while it is open. Their mouths are generally more flame resistant than a humans', but not fire-proof in the slightest. One can easily get third-degree burns if a good hit to their mouth is made, and they can't access water to put the fire out. As such, one rarely uses this outside of hunting and safe situations. The poison in the saliva holds little function other than it's flammability. If they manage to lick an open wound, the poison can cause damage to the area around the wound, as well as the wound itself, but it would take ingestion of a large quantity of it for the poison to have any fatal effects.
Description: A group of elusive dragons, Nebula Wyverns are known for 2 things: their scales, and their solitude. Save mated pairs, Nebula Wyverns most often live alone, the biggest exception being the group that lived among the Vuari tribe.
When it comes to their scales, things get a bit complicated. From the moment they're hatched from their egg, Nebula Wyverns are intensely interested in the night sky. They choose one nebula, and for the rest of their life, this is the nebula they keep as a patron. Some dedicate their nebulas to gods, others worship their nebula as its own god, others view it as neither. Whichever way is chosen, there is no Nebula Wyvern that is without a nebula. The choosing is an instinctual action, and unavoidable.


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