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Dragonians


Appearance


The Dragonians are named somewhat misleadingly for they do not resemble the great dragons that are often seen in the sky or the much smaller Wyverns, they more closely resemble the even smaller lizard. They have almost triangular heads with elongated snouts and a lightly scaled skin that can be of many different colours. In height and build they somewhat resemble humans and have a similar life span, however the resemblance ends there. Dragonians have prehensile tails which are fairly thick and often have an arrow shaped tip, they also have talons on their fingers rather than nails, their teeth are also all pointed and quite sharp.



History


As a people the Dragonian lay claim to many great beliefs of their origin. To listen to them talk there are vast cities beyond the walls of the great storm, built of pearly white marble with incredible feats of architecture like nothing seen upon the Trium isles. They also often talk of how they have descended from the great dragons and can call them cousins. The Grengans who have such long and accurate memories have refused to confirm or deny these statements, however Council records do evidence some fairly impressive cities having belonged to the Dragonian people, but not on the scale they talk of. Further suspicion is held by the fact that the Dragonians have not managed such impressing building feats since the forming of the Council suggesting that they borrowed the cities they talk of rather than built them. The fact they they also bear very little actual resemblance to the dragons leads further suggestion that there is no blood ties there.



Society


Dragonians keep a patriarchal society, the males rule...or so the females let them think. They prefer to keep to rigid rules on how to interact, often keeping quite formal rituals and outwardly appear to be a humorless people. Many Dragonians can be seen wearing formal attire, be it ceremonial armour or dress uniforms. Their habits extend to other races and they can often be intolerant and offended by other races not observing their rituals, feeling that the council should ensure that other races are aware of these rituals. This appears to be something that is taught as many young Dragonians appear to be as playful and mischievous as any other child of the races that have shorter life-spans. It has been observed by a rare few that their more private rituals involve objects that do not appear to be possible to make, what these objects do or how they were made it is unknown, but it hints that the Dragonian people may have a different origin than that which they so adamantly hold to.