Sunday, May 3, 2009

Species Of Dragon #5 (Sapphirical)

Sapphirical Dragons:
Getting their name from the Sapphire Mountains in which they are found, Sapphirical dragons are considered an oddity in the world of Tarterrior. Their unique ability to emit ice energy is what sets them apart from the other races. Although some Royalic dragons have been known to harness this same power, it is only those who share a Sapphirical background who are able to do so. Sapphirical dragons are dragons built for attack. They are equipped with up to three rows of teeth, two rows of back spines, a hooked claw on their wing fold, jagged talons, and tails built to kill. Ranging from nine to ten and a half feet tall and 375 to 410 pounds, Sapphirical dragons are among the greatest in tracking and use of terrain. Their keen sense of hearing in particular helps them to better attack their enemies. Their typical shade of blue, grey, white, teal, purple, and green help them in their stealthy actions. There has also been subjects who have been known to have fur or hair, due to the cold climate of the Sapphire Mountains. Able to use ice, fire, heat waves, pulse waves, poison, hypnosis, paralysis needles, paranoia, and energy beams, Sapphirical dragons are a deadly force to be reckoned with. It has been realized that being brought up in the dangerous mountains has proved a vice in creating their stubborn and proud personalities. Many suspect Sapphirical dragons to be proud and loyal to a fault, even if they are the most wicked of the dragon species. Some significant Sapphirical dragons of importance include:

Chi-Chi MkHitton (Half Sapphirical, half Royalic)

Sketh Meldwater

Andonta Wenwott

Trill Wenwott (Half Sapphirical, half Royalic)

Let me know if you have any questions about Sapphirical dragons. Thanks!

1 comment:

Kim said...

Good stuff.

I have a feeling that this will be the type of book that you can read over and over again, and never get tired of it, or find something new in it every time. I love those type of books.

For sure it will be one that I read and then read again right away. I'll want to look for clues and hints and foreshadowing that I missed the first time around.