The wiccan magick of dragons. This website will teach you about dragons.

Dragon Anatomy

How They Fly- The actual force of flight is the continuous down sweep of powerful wings scooping and thrusting the body upwards. Many immature dragons do not have the strength needed for a vertical jump from flat ground to take off. They will usually stay near higher cliffs to use the heat updrafts to keep aloft. It takes experience and conditioning to build the extremely strong flight muscles needed to lift the dragon body from the ground. Many dragons that have wings that are too small for them to fly adequately use a magical means to help them out. This magic helps keep dragons from straining themselves during long flights

Muscle- Western dragons have many more muscles then their Eastern cousins. This is mainly due to their massive flight muscles that have to lift their weight into the sky with the thrust of their wings. The main wing muscles are the Supraspinatus and Flexor alae major. Notice that the actual wing does not have many major muscles, it is all near the chest area. Other large muscles account for a very strong tail, and rear legs. The Western dragon could easily hold a human male's weight while in flight. The large jaw muscle Masseter, this muscle can easily crush bones.

Skeleton- To maintain his enormous bulk in the air, his physical structure has had to be different from that of other reptiles whom many persons inaccurately associate dragon with these. His wing bones fit on to broad shoulders which support the powerful wing muscles; these require an extraordinary articulator system unknown in other species. The bones were tougher than reinforced concrete and much lighter.  It is important to note that the bones of a dragon are hollow like bird reducing their mass, scientifically: any creature with the physiology of a dragon can flight well and at great speed.

The Western dragon Eudraco magnificus occidentalis has a sturdy skeleton structure; large head, long neck, broad shoulders, thick legs, strong tail, and very large wings. The dragon's bones are very strong, but hollow and light. A dragon's jaw is large to accommodate the very strong muscles around it. The dragon is able to dislocate its jaw, as some snakes are able to do, and grab large objects. A dragon is an omnivore, or eats both plants and meat, and thus has two sets of teeth. The canine and incisor teeth are long and razor sharp, but there are also molars to chew their food instead of eating it whole. The shoulder bones are thick to handle the large wing muscles needed to fly. The wing "finger" bones are very long, enabling the thin flight membrane to wrap tightly around them. There are many species of Western dragons, and this is only one example showing the different bones of the skeletal system.

The Oriental (or Eastern) dragon, Dracoserpens Lung Orientalis has a extremely long, thin skeleton structure. It has a medium sized head, very long neck, short legs, small hips, and a long tail. This skeleton is very maneuverable and flexible because of the shape, very much akin to that of a snake's. This type of dragon does not have hollow bones, and the dragon's skeleton is thin because it doesn't need the mass to accommodate flight muscles. This dragon does not have any type of wings; it flies with magic verses brute strength.

Wing Structure- The wings of a dragon are based on the principle arm of any animal. If you look at the skeleton of a dragon front arm and claws, you will notice that the wing is just a very stretched out version. The two thick arm bones run from the body of the dragon, attaching itself with cartilage and muscle to an "elbow" of the wing. There are usually four or five elongated "fingers" on a wing, each ending in a claw or wingspike. One short "thumb" claw is at the "wrist." The "fingers" then attach themselves to the "wrist joints", thus forming the complete wing.

For example, they consist of four lengthened fingers, the whole connected with a membrane as observed in the bat. It is significant to understand that the similar structure between the shoulder, the arm and the hand is homologous, (similar to that of its ancestors and descendents) with the corresponding structures of the wing for the dragon

Wings Used as Weapons- Dragons can also use their wings as an attack weapon if need be, but this is often a last resort. The wing membranes are easily damaged compared to the rest of a dragon body. If a dragon wing membrane is slashed, it takes a very long time to heal, and there is a chance the dragon might never fly again if it does not heal correctly. If attacked on the ground, the dragon will usually run then jump in the air and fly off avoiding the attacker only to dive-bomb the enemy. But if a dragon is trapped on the ground, it often will tuck its wings tightly against its body and use its breath weapon and claws to protect itself. One of the many methods of wing attacks is that it will scoop down and slash with its razor sharp wing claws to immobilize the attacker.

A dragon's life is a very long one compared to humans. On the average, dragons live 1,200 human years. A dragon's life is not boring by any means. They live to learn, and to gather knowledge, as well as a huge hoard of treasure. Gathering knowledge of every type, from how a sword gets forged, to how insects help the environment, is a high priority in a dragons life, and does take up a good part of a dragon's day. If a person has knowledge the dragon does not have, after it learns it (willingly given from the person), it will give that person a token of gratitude such as a trinket from its own treasure. Gathering treasure is a favorite past-time of Western dragons. Dragons begin at a young age, when they get their own cavernous home, to start their own hoard. All dragons love beautiful things. Western dragons are fickle, and only gather the most beautiful goldsmith work, such as crowns, the best cut jewels, and well minted coins. Some theories say that a dragon's hoard is a symbol of rank in dragon-society, but other theories say that the dragons just like the look and feel of the coins and other sundry items. Some dragons inherit previous treasures from their parents, but most of the time dragons will gather items here and there from around the world, and bring them home. Some dragons are very well organized and will go so far as to separate gold, silver, jewels, etc. in separate piles. To find a dragon abode and steal some treasure is a quest for some thieves and rogues to be ranked in their guilds.

The Mating Flight- Dragons usually lead a solitary life until they meet their life-long mate during their mating flight ritual. A female will mate only 1 to 4 times in her life. It is a grand site to see. When a female dragon is ready to mate. She will sound a resonating "mating-call" to all the mature males around the area. She will then fly as fast, and as high as she possibly can. The female can easily out-fly any male, due to her weight, and wingspan. Only the strongest and fastest of the males will catch her. When a male dragon finally catches the female at the climax of their flight, they will literally hang for a second in mid-air with the male wrapping his tail and wings tightly around the female's, and grasp her with all four claws. The female will follow suit as they begin a free-fall which is the mating session. Falling fast, the mating only lasts a few seconds, and both dragons will break off just before crashing into the ground, and glide together to the female dragon's cave to prepare their nest.

Nest Building- The nest building begins the same day as the mating takes place. Both the male and female dragon add to building their nest. The nest materials can consist of woven tree branches, and fresh leaves intertwined with gold and jewels. The floor of the net consists of flat coins that are melted into a bowl by the dragons breathing fire and melting them into the woven branches. Dragons apparently like a very beautiful nesting area. The nest will be built upon part of the two dragon's combined treasures. It is theorized when the dragons sit upon the nest, the body heat will warm the gold and keep the nest warm even when the dragon is not directly on the eggs. Building the nest will be slow, it takes roughly a year and a half, human years to build it.

Egg Laying- After 2 years of gestation, a female will lay several (1-6) ovoid leathery-hard eggs, called a clutch. The ratio of male to female hatchlings is 3 to 1. During the nesting, the male and female will take turns either finding food, and keeping the eggs warm. The dragon hunting will bring an elk, or some other large animal back for both to share in the cave. After both have their fill, the carcass is tossed over the edge of the mountain where the various animals near the lair will get their meal. A tell-tale sign that a dragon-cave is nearvis the fact that there are a large number of bones near a mountain.

The Hatching- After 2 months of nesting, the baby dragons emerge from their eggs. Each baby dragon has an egg-tooth, which is a sharp, pointed bone at the front of their snout. This is used to break out of the shell. When the first dragon starts to emerge and cry, it urges the other baby dragons to hatch. Dragon's hatch ferociously hungry, and if are not fed immediately after hatching, they will eat the yolk and albumen (white part of an egg). If not fed immediately after this they will go after their siblings. It is very important for the parents to know when the dragons are ready to hatch so they can have fresh meat to satisfy their sons and daughters. This first feeding bonds the newly hatched dragons to their parents. After the hatching, both adult dragons fiercely guard their hatchlings. One dragon will always be awake to keep watch over the nest, until the newly hatched dragons can defend themselves.

The Wyrmling-A baby dragon when born, weighs 80-odd pounds and its about 6 feet in length. The wyrmling is born able to see, and hear. They also have a full set of razor sharp baby teeth. Their wings are too small and weak to fly. The tiny scales covering their body are very soft when first hatching, but will harden within a year. Some species of dragon are born with an innate ability (some say magic) such as to become invisible at will. The dragon is considered a wyrmling from hatching until age 15.

During the growing period which lasts 140+ years, the dragon continues to grow over 6 inches a year until young adult-hood when the growing period slows. The hatchling will eventually loose it's egg-tooth around age 15 when the dragon is now considered a dragonet. The dragonet will gain weight, and muscle strength during this time. Horns will start to grow on it's head, and spines will start to show along the dragonet's back. The wings will become strong enough to lift the dragon, but not for extended flight.

At age 40, the dragon is considered a juvenile. At this age, the juvenile dragon will test its flying abilities, and will make its first flight. The mother and father dragon will teach the dragons on how to take off from a cliff, how to use the thermals, and how to land. There is some natural instincts that the dragons have when first learning to fly, such as how often to flap the wings to stay in the air. The juvenile dragon will revel in the act of flying, and will be in the air most of the time during the next few years to keep gaining wing length and strength in the flight muscles.

At age 60, the dragon is now considered an Young Adult. He has learned all the aspects of flying, including how to take off from flat land which is most difficult for a young dragon, due to the immense force needed to do so. Around age 65 the dragons leave their hatching grounds to find their own caves to take as their own. They prefer to own places that are on sheer cliff faces, with a large enterance, and large living area, with smaller caves and tunnels weaving in and out of the cliff-face.

At age 90, the dragon is almost fully grown and is considered an Adult Dragon. The dragon will search miles around its own territory, and learn every nook and cranny about the area. The adult dragon will mark its territory by secreting a substance, and spitting it on rocks, and trees clearly defining his circular area around his cave. All dragons have an incredible sense of smell and this secretion is a beacon that another dragon is near. During this time, adult dragons will search out an elder dragon to learn magic. An Elder will teach the adult dragon the ways of the past through magic and knowledge.

Around age 100, the dragons will have a hormonal change within their bodies and will get urges to mate. Females will change to a brighter shade of their regular color during the mating season due to this change. The males will notice this change and get riled up so much as to fight with other males that are ready to mate as well. These fights are never fatal, but sometimes do cause some serious damage to the males, especially the wing membrane, which is the most vulnerable part of a dragon's body. The fights usually consist of dragons diving towards each other and butting heads, and swiping with claws on the tough scales of the chest. When the male dragons hear the females mating call, the dragons at once take to the skies to find her, and the chase is on!

At age 150, the dragon is now a Wyrm. This age is a continuing cycle of learning knowledge, learning magic, and raising a few more clutches of young. And of course, hoarding as much treasure as they can find to fill their caves. The pair of dragons will live together for the rest of their lives together even after all matings have finished.

The Great Wyrms- If a dragon lives past the age of 900 years, they are considered a Great Wyrm, and an Elder of the dragon community. All dragons will hold a great meeting to admit the new Great Wyrm to the society of dragons. Great Wyrms are highly regarded for their knowledge, their magical ability, and their prime wisdom. Elders are responsible for the teaching of past history of dragon kind, history of the world, and magic to the adult dragons. If there is an emergency that includes the dragon community, the Elders will call a grand-meeting to discuss the problem and what to do about it. These are the only two times in a dragon's life that they will see so many of their kind in one area.

End of the Life Cycle- A dragon rarely lives past 1,500. When the time comes, the dragon realizes his life-cycle has come to an end. He will gather all Great Wyrms at the rim of a great volcano. All the Great Wyrms will howl a great song named "The Passing Song". This song will continue for a full half hour, and can be heard for 300 miles around. This announces the passing of an Elder. Once the song is heard by Adult Dragons, they will howl the same song for all to hear until all dragons on a world will understand they have lost a great member of their community. During the song, the dying Great Wyrm will circle the live volcano and then dive straight down into the lava to give himself back to the earth that spawned him.

Outside the Body- The dragon can be a huge creature depending on the breed. The one shown here is roughly 20 feet long with a wingspan of 35 feet. This type of dragon has extremely small ears, large eyes, spines down its back, and a bone-type spade at the end of its tail. All dragon breeds are different. Some have long ears, and no spade, and some have a fleshy-type triangle-shaped spade. This type of dragon also does not have scales, it has tough leathery skin. Most dragons have scales of some sort.

Scales- Scales (and horns/claws) on a dragon are densely packed cells made up of keratin, a tough fibrous protein. When born, a dragon's scales are as soft as tissue paper, and slowly harden while the dragon grows. The iron from the blood, or vegetable matter the dragon eats is absorbed by the dragon's blood stream and mixed with the keratin to create steel-hard scales. The process of getting scales as tough as they can get takes about one year after being hatched.

Color- Scale color is determand by the genes of the parent dragons. Usually only red dragons will mate with other red dragons, etc. But if a mating took place between a gold and a green dragon, the result might be a bronze colored offspring. Scales on a dragon are never simply one shade of color. If a dragon is blue, there will be many, many shades of blue. Light, medium, dark, blue-black, etc. Scales are bright and shiny in a healthy dragon, but dull and muted if a dragon is ill.

Camouflage- In some breeds of dragons when the dragon is mature, the cells in the scales are able to change color such as a chameleon due to chromatophore, the pigment cells in the scales.This reaction can be caused by emotion (anger, happiness,etc) or by the will of the dragon to change color. If the dragon is angered it can change from its original color to a bright, fierce color such as red, to look more intimidating or during mating rituals, it can flow certain color patterns on its body to attract other dragons. Since dragons are extremely intelligent, it can choose which colors to change into to match the exact background it is near including subtle shadow and highlights. It is so good at this, most things would just walk past a 65 foot dragon hiding in the sand.

Armor- The main function of scales is protection of the soft skin tissue of the dragon. An adult dragon can easily take a direct blow from a knight's sword and hardly flinch. Adult dragons have 4-6 inch wide, and 7-9 inch long teardrop shaped scales covering its body. The pattern of the body scales is a flat, rotating design that overlap each other. Easy movement is due to the unique depression on the top side of each scale that allows them to lay evenly flat on the body.

The scales on the chest area are the largest; easily being over a foot wide. The chest scales are one to three flat "scale flaps". These are shaped differently than a regular scale as they are more squarish. The pattern of the chest scales is overlapping and flat running from the throat, under body to the end of the tail. All of the scales lightly slide over each other, so when a dragon walks it will make a soft scraping sound. The overlapping scales make it difficult for anything to successfully injure a dragon.

An interesting fact is that the dragon can make the scales stand on end for washing. Also, when angered, the dragon can puff up, spread its scales, and look a lot larger than the dragon actually is. Lifting the scales is also an effective heat reducing element. Making the scales stand on end allows the skin underneath to release heat, thus cooling the large animal down quickly. A favorite past-time of dragons is to stand the scales up and go into a cool pool of water to allow it to run in between the scales and onto the sensitive skin.

The Wing- The part of the dragon that distinguishes itself from all other creatures. The dragon wing is a huge, leathery appendage that is found on several different species of dragon. The wing is usually larger than the dragon's body to accommodate the incredible force needed to lift and maintain flight.

Bones- The wing is essentially another arm and hand. If you look at the skeleton of a dragon front arm and claws, you will notice that the wing is just a very stretched out version. The two thick "arm bones" (humerus and wing radius) runs from the body of the dragon attaching itself with cartilage and muscle to an "elbow" of the wing. There are usually 4 or 5 elongated "fingers" on a wing each ending in a claw. One short "thumb" claw is at the "wrist". The "fingers" then attach themselves to the "wrist joints" to form the complete wing.

Senses- Dragons have the same senses as humans; site, hearing, smelling, touch, and taste. But some have a six sense which is being able to "read" the emotion of another being. Their regular five senses are incredibly sensitive. For example, the sense of smell is about 100 times more sensitive than a bloodhound dog. They can smell and hear a person or animal from a couple miles away!

Their six sense is very accurate at close range. If a person or animal is feeling a strong emotion, such as fear or hate, it will register very strongly to the dragon, even if it is not in visual range of it. This is where dragonfear comes from. Dragonfear is an all encompassing, frozen-in-place fear that the dragon causes upon the animal or person seeing a dragon. The dragons sometimes use this advantage to beat its foes, such as thieves or knights. Only the very bravest (or very dim-witted) are not affected by this terrible fear. This is usually an aura around evil-minded dragons, but in a friendly dragon, such as the Faerie Dragon, this aura is non-existant.

Fire Breathers

Fire: the thing that makes the dragon most feared. It's a hellish belch of flame that can turn flesh and bone into ash. Though, not all dragons breath fire. Some have freezing cold breath, others have acid, and some don't use their breath as a weapon at all! The two that have fire breathing power are the Red Dragon and Fire Drake.

How Do They Breathe Fire?

It all starts when the dragon catch their prey. When dragons eat, they digest the food in a regular stomach. The digestion then continues in a second stomach that breaks down the food even further. After the dragon's body has used all it can from the second digestion, the body then turns the leftover food and acid into a byproduct of hydrogen. The dragon can hold the hydrogen in various large glands in it's body for later use, and can call upon it at any time it needs to. When the dragon needs to belch it's flame, the glands release the hydrogen into the lungs where it mixes with other various chemicals the body creates. Once this mixture finds oxygen, it burns extremely hot, and very quick. The dragon usually has enough hydrogen in its body for about three spits of flame, but that should be plenty for anything coming up against a large red dragon. This explanation is about the same for dragons that breath other types of breath. Their bodies just break down food into different compounds. For another explination of firebreathing

Dragons have a code of ethics that covers both mundane and magickal, spiritual levels. As with all Dragon teachings, each line of the code carries more than one level of meaning. Dragons will not point out the different meanings. You have to discover those on your own.

1. Little seen gets more done.- You can accomplish more in your studies and work if you don’t waste time trying to impress your peers. Let your life and actions speak for themselves.

2. Look for truth in the Heart of hearts.- The personal Dragon center within you is called the Hidden Dragon Heart. You will always find the truth there by calling upon your dragon teachers and by using common sense. So, don’t be concerned with what others think.

3. A lie burns both the liar and the silent listener.-  No lie ever escapes reward; when the truth finally is revealed, the listener who said nothing to expose the liar will share the liar’s social punishment.

4. Be true to the responsibility of balance.- All are responsible for keeping the balance of the Multiverse, magickian or not, consciously or subconsciously.

5. Silence and magick: both are needed.- Not speaking about your magickal works keeps the spell strong, while talking about it draws away energy.

6. Honor your elders, for they carry important ancient knowledge.- Elders of any culture on any world are valuable for their firsthand knowledge of may things; true history and ancient natural healing would be lost without our elders.

7. Evil gives no forewarning and no pause for relief.-  Never expect any negative minded person or negative event to announce itself before it enters your life. And don’t expect negativity to follow any code of ethics except its own. And those ethics will never be positive, or even the same, twice in a row.

8. Dignity speaks well of a messenger.- Messenger hardly ever carry welcome news. Maintaining poise and dignity in the face of hostility reveals one’s level of self-control. To walk away from such with grace, the messenger learns how to use the ability to detach emotion. She or he also learns by intuition which people can handle the plain unvarnished truth, and which ones must be given a softer version.

9. You color you own light.- People who can see or feel aura colors can easily recognize the type of person you are, the real you. All the exposed and hidden emotions and intentions leak into the aura around each person. Each color has a specific meaning. For magickians who are observe and listen to their intuition, it takes only seconds to determine what path a fellow practitioner follows.

10. What happens to one stone reflects on all.- Everything in the Multiverse is connected to the Web of Life. Everything, animate or inanimate, is alive and connected. The ripple effect is felt on all the other worlds, not just our own, be it positive or negative.

The dragons, to whom time has no meaning, have a firm grasp of planetary energy on every level of the Multivere, and the spiritual vibrations behind it all. They don’t recognize such things as time, not in terms of hours, days, weeks, or months. Time is an abstract division created by humans and exists only in our minds. However, the dragons do seem to acknowledge the four seasons. These seasons, or similar ones, appear in one form or another on every planet in the Multiverse. Most seasonal changes on planets are quite noticeable, while others on different planets require close observation to detect.

Spring Equinox: March 21

This dragon Eiglis is yellow-green. Works with the Air elements and the dragon Sairys. Good for things pertaining to the mental realm. This season is useful for beginning new ideas or cycles that will require longer periods of time to complete. This is a good time for self-improvement efforts, creating motivation, changes in career or housing, improving material status, setting future goals, and strengthening yourself spiritually. A period of gentle but persistent flow of renewing energy.

Summer Solstice: June 21

Ths dragon Suuriy glows a garnet red. Works with the Fire element and the dragon Fafnir.Best for anything involving the action realm. The energy flow cycles become longer and faster now. This is a good season, as is Spring, to store vibrational energy in red cord for use when Earth tides become low. Faeries, elves, and other nature spirits are quite active and willing to communicate. Continue to work on long-term spells and goals. Plant an herb garden, or grow herbs in pots, to better communicate with the nature spirits. Spend time outside in nature for firsthand instructions form the Fae.

Autumn Equinox: September 21

The dragon Shadalyn appears smoky brown. Works with the Water element and the dragon Naelyon. Is most useful for the emotional realm. The tides of Earth energy begin to slow down. Now in preparation for nature’s rest period. From the beginning of this season until the end of October, you can still store energy, but this time by means of knots in a blue cord. This time period is for harvest of any completed seasonal spells. For spells that will need more months, perhaps another year, to ripen, you need to do extra visualization and meditation, as their growth period will be slower at this time.

Winter Solstice: December 21

The dragon Aettall is a very watery blue. Works with the Earth element and the dragon Grael. Good for things in the physical realm. Earth’s energy tides are in semi-hibernation in this season. This is a good time for practicing divination, physically and spiritually cleaning your sacred place, doing an inventory of your magickal and spiritual progress, and setting goals for the next year. Do short-term spells that will be ready to manifest close to the next Spring Equinox. Work on you long-term spells to keep them strong and also to see if they show signs of manifesting early.

Dragons by Color (or Clan)

Note: Dragons are some of the most wonderful and wise beings in the other world and because of this, demand a lot of respect. Do not under any circumstances call a dragon lightly or attempt to do anything  against a dragon because you *will* regret it. However, if called properly and given the right respect, we can learn a lot from the wisdom of dragons regarding the astral realm, the history of the world and the natureof the Gods.

Red Dragons: Desire, passion, fire, rage. These dragons literally eat darkness, and transmute it to light. Intensity is only matched by the amount of fire these dragons wield.To them energy is energy, food, grub.

Gold Dragons: The golden ray, the creative spark. The keepers of phi. They speak the language of the heart.  Art and music are brought here by gold dragons. Gold dragons can be channeled for healing. See sacred geometry, and the golden means.

Silver Dragons: Reflection, they inhabit the meridians of the universe. These dragons come around when we look into ourselves. Perspectives is a good word  for silver dragons, and they see every perspective  from every reflection.

White Dragons: They maintain the purity of the collective, the grace connection. They often are guardians. These dragons can also be channeled for healing.

Blue Dragons: They are about the consciousness, communication, and mental awareness. The are also intricately linked with what illusion is, how to see threw it, and how to create it. There are many illusions on this plane,  and the blue dragon can guide one threw them. There insight into the etheric plane, and how it moves and works, because it is one of the primary realms for these dragons  to do their mental work.

Orange Dragons: The will is the color orange. These dragons bring in strength, confidence, and bravery. Fire dragons by nature, they move with a quickness. They don't inflate ego's, they merely instil confidence.

Brown Dragons: Physicality, and all it's properties. They are masters of physics, on all realities. Shaping matter (shape shifting), gravity, physical form.

Green Dragon: The planet dragon, or earth dragon. Material in a big sense, however green is the color of life in the big picture. Lessons of "the material", are a big part of the way they teach.

Yellow Dragons: They get knowledge and information transferred. They are linked to the subconscious (but aren't that), and usually bring in the information that is needed  from one side to the other.

Purple Dragon: The purple dragon, sometimes referred to as "the ancient one", is the embodiment of the highest level of the dragon collective (the wisdom.)


Personalities - Color & Their Meanings

All dragons have a different personalities. Their personality all depends on what color they are. Here is a list of colors and their meanings.

DEEP RED - Strong willed and passionate. When the put their mind to something there is no stopping them.

DARK GREEN - These dragons are more in tune with nature. Very caring and excellent healers.

PURPLE: Dramatic and vibrant. Can be a little snobby sometimes.

YELLOW - A color to match their sunny personalities. Cheerful and upbeat, but sometimes these dragons are a little bit too carefree. They are always willing to lend a hand, but they are a little too egotistical.

WHITE - Kind and modestly elegant, but are quite shy.

LIGHT GREEN - Fidgety by nature, these dragons are always alert and not happy unless they are busy.

LIGHT BLUE - They are spacey and their head is always in the clouds, but very friendly.

ORANGE - These optimistic, artistic dragons are quick-witted but have a short temper at times.

ROSE - Although rather submissive, these dragons have great ideas, but look at the world though rose-colored glasses.

BLUE - Deeply intelligent, these dragons hate to be interrupted when they are thinking. Love to read and good at magic.

SILVER - Very rarely seen, silver dragons are similar in size to white and crystal dragons. They are highly magical in nature.

GOLD - Superior to all dragons, the most powerful and the purest.