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- For the main article on Dragons, see Dragon
Origins and DistributionEdit
Sea Dragons are found only in the depths of the oceans, lurking among reefs and within caves, waiting for ships to smash on the corals and rocks before tearing through the weakened hulls and taking any gold they find. It can be assumed that they were moulded into this form by Hydana rather than Kilanirax, since the Sea god is infamous for simply taking things from the surface to adapt to his own watery realm.
The typical Sea Dragon will grow up to about 30 metres in length, exchanging the greater weight and overall size of their land cousins for a more streamlined form, and their scales are a brilliant green-blue. They have a massive fin-like ridge along the top and back of their skulls, but only small ridges down the rest of their length. Their snouts are also extremely pointed, resembling more a beak than anything else, and their eyes are far larger than those of their land cousins.
They have no wings or front legs, possessing instead a pair of relatively small but extremely dexterous fins about a sixth of the way down their body, and webbed feet with small claws about halfway down. The rest of their length is tail, ending in a wide fin that they use to help them turn and for speed bursts.
Sea Dragons are confined to the underwater realms, and appear to lack any breath weapon whatsoever. However, they retain the awesome strength of land Dragons, as well as the ability to speak several languages, of both humanoid and animal races.
- Sea Dragons are one of the few Dragon races that are not mentioned in Out of the Pit. They also fail to make an appearance in Night Dragon along with the other major kinds of Dragon.