Friday, May 1, 2009

Species Of Dragon #2 (Phoenical)

Phoenical Dragons:
Like their Dryskinic cousins, Phoenical dragons are somewhat bland in appearance of color. Often found in shades of red, orange, yellow, purple, or brown, Phoenical dragons are very birdlike in their structure. Their snouts and jaw bones are narrow and pointed, and their wingspan is one of the largest of the different species. Due to their lean build, Phoenical dragons range from 370 to 390 pounds and are often found to be between ten and ten and a half feet tall. Their body structure consists of one or two rows of spines along their back, a tail used to defend or attack (often in the shape of a foreboding weapon), one to two sets of razor sharp teeth, long and crooked talons, and a set of wings boasting a jagged claw at the folding point. Phoenical dragons are somewhat less limited than their Dryskinic cousins in their available forms of energized attack. Known forms include: fire, electricity, poison needles, paralysis needles, heat waves, pulse waves, and occasionally hypnosis. The second most common species of dragon in Tarterrior, Phoenical dragons have been around for ages and are known for their keen eye, causing many of them to be trained as archers in war training. Their agility and speed while flying is hard to match, and they tend to stray away from the swamp areas of Tarterrior because of their enhanced sense of smell. Some Phoenical dragons of significant importance include:

Forde Barrick

Mordin Grimsparr


Zech Grimsparr

Griff Grimsparr

If you have any questions concerning this specific type of dragon species, please let me know. Thanks!

1 comment:

Kim said...


You paint a good picture with your descriptions. You should maybe all drawings of what the different types of dragons look like.