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message 1: by Amir is a ßø≤≤ (last edited Sep 08, 2012 03:17PM) (new)

Amir is a ßø≤≤ | 188 comments Mod
Read the rules

Read the rules people. They only appear once and are essential to roleplaying. If you ever forget them, go to the top of the home page and click expand on the rules.

Charries

Respect other Dragonoids. If in a battle, you MUST take damage at least once. Its not fair if you are invincible, even to the smallest attacks.

You are allowed to have up to three dragonoids, seers, or regulars. { three of each.} Dragon masters are only for mods, and only three. Dragon masters are extremely powerful dragonoids.

Age is important. If you are 17+ character wise, you can join the war.

Mods

Respect the mods. If you don't, you can be kicked out.

Nuff' said.

No godmodding

Even if your not a mod, listen up. You cannot kill someone, nor their pets. Unless your in the war, no mortally harming someone. And no doing stuff like trollin


Amir is a ßø≤≤ | 188 comments Mod
Have fun!


message 3: by Sage of Souls (new)

Sage of Souls (sageofsouls) | 178 comments Mod
List of Dragon and Dragonoid Sub-Species

Commonly Known
Dragon -- Main species; prime species; ancestor species of all sub-species. All dragonoid and dragon sub-species are decendents of Dragons.
Dragons are large, scaley beings that have a tough exterior. They have large wings that can span anywhere from 100 feet in full width as a baby to 1,200 yards in width as a fully grown adult on average. Their tails can span anywhere from 80 feet as a baby to 900 yards as an adult on average. Their body length (not including the tail) grows from an average of 120 feet to 1,500 yards over their lifespan. They grow from, on average, 60 feet tall to 800 yards tall over their lifespan. An average Dragon reaches adolecense within 100 years and adulthood within 1,000 years. The average lifespan of a Dragon is roughly 100,000 years. An average Dragon is able to take flight at the age of 300 and breath Fire at the age of 500. They have four apendages along with their wings. They walk on all four apendages.

Drakes -- Decendent species; secondary species; decendents of Dragons. Born from Dragons and other winged reptillian species.
Drakes are smaller versions of Dragons that retain a hard, scaley exterior, but have soft stomachs. They have wings that can span anywhere from 10 feet in full width as a baby to 200 feet in width as a fully grown adult on average. Their tails can span anywhere from 8 feet as a baby to 120 as an adult on average. Their height (not including the tail) grows from an average of 12 feet to 400 feet over their lifespan. An average Drake reaches adolecense within 60 years and adulthood within 700 years. The average lifespan of a Drake is roughly 20,000 years. An average Drake is able to take flight at the age of 170. These species cannot breath fire. They have four apendages along with their wings. They walk on their hind legs.

Not Commonly Known
Wyvern -- Decendent species; mutated species; mutaed decendents of Dragons. Mutated over radiated events from Dragons.
Wyverns are slightly smaller, mutated versions of Dragons that have hardened, but cracked scales. They have large wings that can span anywhere from 80 feet in full width as a baby to 700 yards in width as a fully grown adult on average. These species do not have tails. Their body length grows from an average of 100 feet to 1,200 yards over their lifespan. They grow from, on average, 40 feet tall to 700 yards tall over their lifespan. An average Wyvern reaches adolecense within 80 years and adulthood within 800 years. The average lifespan of a Wyvern is roughly 80,000 years. An average Wyvern is able to take flight at the age of 200 and breath Fire at the age of 400. They have two apendages along with their wings. They walk on their two hind apendages and use the two spines that are at the ends of their wings for balance.

Wyrm -- Decendent species; mutated species; mutaed decendents of Drakes. Mutated over radiated events from Drakes.
Wyrms are smaller, mutated versions of Drakes that have no scales and a softer exterior, but can move quickly. They have small wings that can span anywhere from 6 feet in full width as a baby to 100 feet in width as a fully grown adult on average. These species do not have tails. Their height grows from an average of 8 feet to 200 feet over their lifespan. An average Wyrm reaches adolecense within 40 years and adulthood within 300 years. The average lifespan of a Wyrm is roughly 6,000 years. An average Wyrm is able to take flight at the age of 90. These species cannot breath fire. They have four apendages along with their wings. They walk on their hind legs.

Unique
Dragonkin -- Decendent species; half-breed species; decendents of Drakes. Born from Drakes and Humans.
Dragonkins are a humanoid dragon-like species that retain the hard exterior scales of a Drake, but once again have a hard, scaley stomach. Their exterior is harder than an average Drake, but their size is greatly diminshed from that of a Drake and average that slightly above a Human's. They retain a more similar appearance to their Drake parents than they do to their Human parents. They have small wings that can span anywhere from 2 feet in full width as a baby to 10 feet in width as a fully grown adult on average. These species do not have tails. Their height grows from an average of 4 feet to 12 feet over their lifespan. An average Dragonkin reaches adolecense within 20 years and adulthood within 80 years. The average lifespan of a Dragonkin is roughly 1,000 years. An average Dragonkin is able to take flight at the age of 30. These species cannot breath fire. They have four apendages along with their wings. They walk on their hind legs.


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