Tome of Dragons

This book is very old, with the dialect of Drákonic that makes it a difficult read.   The book is the product of a self-centered self-righteous scholar of dragons that purports to be a compendium of dragon all knowledge.

Document Structure


Chromatic Dragons

Section one of the book describes the Chromatic dragons: Black, Blue, Green, Red, and White Dragons.  

Metallic Dragons

Section two of the book describes the Metallic dragons: Brass, Bronze, Copper, Gold and Silver dragons.  

Lost Dragons

Section three of the book describes the lost dragons, such as the gemstone dragons, and ferrous dragons. The Ferrous dragons include the Chromium, Cobalt , Iron, Nickel, Steel, and Tungsten dragons.   The book elaborates that these dragons haven't been seen in tens of millenia and are thought to be lost.  

The Dragon Gods

The final section describes the gods of the dragons, and the various conflicts and how the categories of the dragons is based on the relationship with their gods.
Journal, Scientific
Vellum / Skin
Authoring Date
Approximately 1000


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