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"Dragons always attracted me as a mythological element. They seemed to be able to comprise human malice and bestiality together so extraordinarily well, and also a sort of malicious wisdom and shrewdness — terrifying creatures!"
― J. R. R. Tolkien
"My armour is like tenfold shields, my teeth are swords, my claws spears, the shock of my tail is a thunderbolt, my wings a hurricane, and my breath death!"
― Smaug (J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit)
"We men dream dreams, we work magic, we do good, we do evil. The dragons do not dream. They are dreams. They do not work magic: it is their substance, their being. They do not do; they are."
― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Farthest Shore
"Dragons all possessed their own immense power, and lived freely according to their own will. Now, the fate of the world was dominated by dragons."
― Azazel (Highschool DxD)
"Dragons are incarnations of power itself. They worshiped no Gods, they bow to no Kings. Dragons' purity of thought to live and die by their own will is what makes them supreme."
― God Serena (Fairy Tail)

The power to use the abilities of dragons. Variation of Mythical Bestiary.

Also Called

  • Draconic/Draconian Body/Mimicry/Physiology
  • Draconus Body/Mimicry/Physiology (Scientific Name)
  • Dragon Body/Mimicry
  • Ryū Body/Mimicry/Physiology
  • Vritra Body/Mimicry/Physiology
  • Wyrm Body/Mimicry/Physiology

Capabilities

User with this ability either is or can transform into a Dragon; a legendary creature, typically depicted with serpentine or reptilian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures. There are two distinct cultural traditions of dragons: the European Dragon, derived from European folk traditions and which is ultimately related to Greek and Middle Eastern mythologies, and the Chinese Dragon, with counterparts in Japan, Korea and other East Asian countries.

Broadly speaking, dragons can be divided into following groups:

  • Western Dragons, typically depicted as a huge fire-breathing, scaly and horned lizard-like creature, with leathery, bat-like wings, with four legs and a long muscular tail. It is sometimes shown with feathered wings, crests, fiery manes, ivory spikes running down its spine and various exotic colorations. Dragon's blood often has magical properties. The typical dragon protects a cavern or castle filled with gold and treasure and is often associated with a "great" hero who tries to slay it. Though a winged creature, the dragon is generally to be found in its underground lair, a cave that identifies it as an ancient creature of the earth.
  • Asian Dragons, typically portrayed as long, scaled, serpentine creatures with four legs. Traditionally they symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, hurricane, and floods, and are also a symbols of power, strength, and good luck. They have also extended range of supernatural powers, changing size or form (most are able to take human shape), fly among the clouds or hide in water, form clouds, turn into water, change color as an ability to blend in with their surroundings as an effective form of camouflage or glow i
  • Lesser Drakes is something of a catch-all category, including the lesser dragon-like beings, such as wyverns, worm/wyrms, lindworms, etc., which are generally smaller and more animal-like in mind and behavior.

Applications

Variations

Types of Dragons

Associations

Limitations

  • May become excessively greedy/proud.
  • May not be able to transform back.
  • Size could be an issue.
  • In some, dealing with the issue of using energy to fly or use fire can be a problem since some who constantly breathe fire could have a problem with flying.
  • User gains the fundamental weaknesses of a dragon's body.
    • Eye may not as strongly protected as the rest of the body.
  • May not be innately magical, for example breathe-weapon could be biological.
  • May have restrictions on what kind of magic they may learn.

Universal differences

In some universes, there are a variety of dragons with different abilities; in Dungeons and Dragons, for example, dragons are arranged by type and corresponding element (Red dragons are fire-breathers, Bronze dragons use electricity).

Known Dragon Types

  • Warcraft: These dragons are the guardians of Azeroth, they are divided into different Dragonflights which protect a different Aspect of Azeroth.
    • Red: Life
    • Blue: Magic
    • Green: Dream
    • Bronze: Time
    • Black: Earth, after Corruption: Death
    • Infinite: Anti-Time
    • Chromatic: Biological
    • Netherwing: Space
    • Twilight: Twilight
  • Dungeons & Dragons: The powers and personality depend on scale colors. There are two main categories of dragon: chromatic (the Evil-aligned) and metallic (the Good-aligned). Keep in mind that dragons tend to change in Dungeons and Dragons, as different editions are created and discarded. Here is a sample selection of what you might encounter:
    • Black, Copper and Green dragons breathe acid. Black and Copper dragons breathe a line of acid, whereas Green breathe a cone of acidic gas.
    • Brass, Gold and Red dragons breathe fire. A Red or Gold dragon's breath is a cone, whereas a Brass dragon's breath is a line. NOTE: Brass dragons can also breathe a cone of sleep.
    • Silver and White dragons breathe cold. Both dragons breath cones. NOTE: Silver dragons can also breathe a cone of paralyzing gas.
    • Bronze and Blue dragons breathe lightning. Both dragons breathe in lines. NOTE: Bronze dragons can also breathe a cone of repulsion.
  • Metallic Dragons: Dragons that also have extra breath weapons with spell-like effects, breathed in cones.
    • Copper dragons breathe slow gas.
    • Brass dragons breathe sleep gas.
    • Silver dragons breathe paralyzing gas.
    • Bronze dragons breathe repulsion gas.
    • Gold dragons breathe weakening gas.
  • Spyro universe: These dragons are much inspired by the classic European, with powers of flight and a breath weapon, but are limited to the mastery of a single element. In the original series of games, there were six breaths: Fire, Water, Bubble, Electricity, Ice and Wind. Other breaths added later include Fury, Earth, Poison, Shadow and Fear.
    • Purple dragons are a special and rare breed of dragon. They have the ability to harness the power of multiple elements as opposed to a single one.
  • Skylanders Universe: These dragons vary in size and appearance, as well as powers. Younger dragons are highly adaptive to their surroundings, making their environment and childhood a key factor to their adulthood, powers, appearance, and personality. Their powers are mainly linked to the elements of Skylands, these dragons also possess powerful magic which also makes them immune to mind control. There are multiple species of dragons as well, which all possess their own unique abilities.
    • Purple Dragons Much like the purple dragons from the Spyro series, purple dragons in Skylanders can harness the powers of all the elements.
  • Rave Master: In this world, a sentient species known as the Dragon Race reside from a dimension known as the Mystic Realm. These Dragons take on human for hand-to-hand combat and have their own style of martial arts mixed with magic using Dragon based techniques such as utilizing different Dragon elements from their realm into their attacks.
  • Fairy Tail: In this universe, there are dragons corresponding to each element, and each dragon race is attuned to their element. These Dragons can consume their element from an external source to replenish their strength. Their power can also be taught to humans as Dragon Slaying Magic, as Dragons in this world can only be harmed by a Dragons power. This magic also gives them Dragon enhanced senses but makes them sensitive to any type of motion sickness except for flying creatures. These humans also run the risk of turning into Dragons upon over use of this magic. Some Dragons even use magic to transform into humans.
    • Fire Dragons: Resembling classic European dragons, having red scales with black markings, horns and utilize the element of fire, capable of consuming and spewing flames. Some fire dragons are entirely composed of flames.
    • Water Dragons: Resembling a large aquatic sea serpent with blue scales and fin-like wings used for swimming and flight. Water dragons can blast a breath of water at high pressure.
    • Earth Dragons: Resembling Western dragons with scales composed entirely of earth and rocks. Unlike most dragons, this breed lacks a sense of sent due to lack of noses.
    • Sky Dragons: Are colored white while covered in tissue similar to bird feathers, rather than scales. Sky Dragon manipulate the element of wind, capable of inhaling wind and blasting a breath attack. Sky Dragons also use magic as support, capable of healing most injuries and enhancing either its own or others power.
    • White Dragons: Light-colored dragons with feathery, angel-esque wings, and has two comparably small antlers protruding from the top of his head instead of horns. This breed of dragons utelizes the element of light and other holy attributes, White Dragons can consume light (and anything colored white) and blast a lazer beam of light from their mouth.
    • Shadow Dragons: Black-colored dragons that utilizes the element of darkness and shadows, capable of changing its entire body into shadows in an intangible state to move swiftly, dodging efficiently and making surprise attacks on its prey. While in its shadow form, their senses are heightened to a large degree. Shadow Dragons are capable of consuming shadows and blasting a breath it from their mouths. They can also condense their shadows to form various weapons such as blades.
    • Lightning Dragons: Dragons that are able to control and manipulate element of lighting as well as turning their bodies into lightning as form of intangibility and to move at high speeds. They posses an incredibly high voltage, being particularly destructive, and the electricity of which they’re composed of seems capable of momentarily paralyzing foes or obliterate them. This breed is capable of absorb and consume lighting as well as firing it as a breath attack.
    • Iron Dragons: Dragons whose bodies are covered in armored metallic scales thus having high durability. Iron Dragons can consume all forms of metallic matter and spewing vortex of metallic shards that tear through anything. Iron Dragons are capable of forming various weapons and tools from their bodies.
    • Poison Dragons: Purple-scaled dragons that are capable of freely producing and manipulating poison, manifested in the form of a toxic gas, thus granting them immunity to any form of venom or poisons. Said gas seems to be "tangible", and can thus be used as an effective blunt weapon, inflicting physical damage to foes while at the same time infecting them.
    • Wood Dragons: Dragons whose bodies are entirely made of wood and are the largest known breed of dragons in this world. Wood Dragons are capable manipulating plant-life specifically trees, growing large wooden appendages and spawning wooden figures on its body as guards.
    • Adamantine Dragons: Dragons whose near-entire body is covered with large, thick, swirl-patterned scales that are entirely made out of Adamantine, making the most durable breed of them all.
    • Stellanium Dragons: Dragons with blue-colored scales that are also covered with crystals known as Stellanium that are capable of absorb starlight and energy which is then blasted into a breath attack.
    • Blade Dragons: Dragons that utilize magic to form blades from any appendage unleash powerful slashes as well as in the form a breath attack. These blades can be used to cut down a persons strength as well as their mental state, rendering them in a state of submissive.
    • Armor Dragons: Dragons with the power to generate armor with powerful durability that can withstand to receive any attacks targeted at them while also not feeling any pain, as well as able to materialize armor-like substance such as passageways on water to cross on. The armor it generates can also be used offensively, causing sheer blunt damage.
    • Corpse Dragons: An un-dead breed of dragons that are able to manipulate the element of ash. It has the ability to bind their targets and turn them as well as any other element like water and fire into ashes. Dragons of this element can also dissolve their own bodies into ash to be intangible and even teleport themselves and their targets. This element can also be create various objects out of ash.
    • Spirit Dragons: Dragons with the qualities of ghosts such as being invisible, intangible and possessing others. They attack with ethereal energy, attack their target with the souls of the dead and harvest the souls of others to consuming them.
    • Clinging Dragons: Dragons that produce a sticky substance to cling to various surfaces, they are also capable of wall crawling. This substance can also be used to attack their targets from afar and wrap it around their enemies and incapacitate them. This magic also has an advantage over wind based attacks making them ineffective against its sticky substance. This breed can consume any sticky substance such as gum and quickly releases a roar made up of a sticky substance onto their target.
  • Edens Zero: Dragons are large creatures who live in space. They resemble robots, with gears on their bodies. They fly through space at their own pleasing at incredible speed. These Dragons swarm in a sector known as Dragonfall, the border to the entire Sakura Cosmos, Separating it from outer space.
  • High School DxD: In this universe, the Dragons are divided into many different classes based on their strength, higher class Dragons each have their own special magic abilities unique only to them. Dragons souls are also sealed within Sacred Gears that allow Humans to use that Dragons abilities.
    • True Dragon: The highest class in this world that solely belongs to a singular Dragon, who is known as the "Dragon of Dragons (D×D)", far surpassing gods and satans.
    • Dragon God: A class that also belongs to a singular Dragon that is one of the most powerful Dragons in existence, rivaling that of the True Dragon class.
    • Heavenly Dragons: Dragons with powers that can kill both Gods and Satans, and are considered to be one of the highest class of Dragons with only two belonging to this class.
    • Great Dragon Kings: A group of unique Dragons with high destructive powers, rivaling those of Ultimate-Class Devils or even the Satans, with only 6 Dragons belonging to this class.
    • High-level Dragons: A Dragon class that belongs to normal Dragons, the highest class a Dragon can generally achieve.
    • Low-level Dragons: A Dragon class that belongs to normal Dragons, the weakest class and starting point for Dragons.
  • American Dragon: Within the universe, dragons are shape changers who can easily shift between human and dragon form to move between the mystic & human worlds. They have the traditional set of powers, but utilize their chi to make Thinking Duplicates of themselves and as an excess supply for Mysticism and spell casting. More experienced users can utilize their chi for making Life-Force Constructs such as energy claws.
  • How to Train Your Dragon: In the Book of Dragons (also known as the Dragon Manual), Vikings of the Barbaric Archipelago recorded information about dragons and classified them.
  • Dragonalt The Resonance: The dragons are mecha-like beings, that can transform into humans and return to their natural form using a process called Actualizing
  • Dragon Crisis: Dragons born in human form with scales on their hands. They use a color-classification system similar to that of Dungeons and Dragons.
    • Red: Fire Dragons
    • Black: Darkness Dragons
    • White: Ice Dragons
    • Blue: Water Dragons
  • Breath of Fire: Dragons of the Brood Clan can interbreed with other species due to having a human form. Such individuals can turn into a dragon via Ascension, and have the power to transform into different forms of dragons.
  • A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones: These dragons are inspired by the European version, but more closely resemble the Wyvern, having wings attached to their forelimbs. Most of the members of House Targaryen (and their ancestors, the Valyrians) tamed dragons and frequently used them in warfare. Hatching the eggs is no easy task, requiring a combination of fire and a blood sacrifice. Scale color also varies.

Known Users

See Also: Dragon Tropes, especially Our Dragons Are Different.

Video Games

  • Drago (Animal Crossing)
  • Leonidas (Bakugan Battle Brawlers: The Game)
  • Dragon Kazooie (Banjo-Tooie)
  • Chilli Billi (Banjo-Tooie)
  • Chilly Willy (Banjo-Tooie)
  • Gruntydactyl (Banjo-Tooie)
  • Steamy (Banjo-Pilot)
  • Ryu (Breath of Fire franchise)
  • Valerie (Breath of Fire II)
  • Yua/Patty (Breath of Fire II)
  • Fou-Lu (Breath of Fire IV)
  • Draggadon (Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker)
  • Gold Draggadon (Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker)
  • Grim Matchstick (Cuphead)
  • Everlasting Dragons (Dark Souls Series)
  • The Ancient Dragon (Dark Souls II)
  • Smokey the Dragon (Diddy Kong Racing)
  • Dogadon (Donkey Kong 64)
  • Dragon Knight (Dota 2)
  • Dragons (Dragon Age)
  • Dragons (DragonVale World)
  • Dragons (DragonVale)
  • Dragons (Dragalia Lost)
  • Dragons (Drakengard Series)
    • Angelus (Drakengard)
    • The Wyrm (Drakengard)
    • Legna (Drakegard 2)
    • Michael/Mikhail (Drakegard 3)
    • Gabriella (Drakegard 3)
    • Ezrael (Drakegard 3)
    • Zophiel (Drakegard 3)
  • Kraken (Earthbound)
  • Bionic Kraken (Earthbound)
  • Dragons (Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)
  • Dovahkin/Dragonborn (Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)
  • Luna Bianca (Epic Seven)
  • Yufine (Epic Seven)
  • Jack of Blades (Fable, Fable: The Lost Chapters and Fable Anniversary)
  • Dragons (Feral)
  • Reis Duelar (Final Fantasy)
  • Bahamut (Final Fantasy)
  • Dark Emperor (Find Mii)
  • Manaketes (Fire Emblem)
    • Tiki (Fire Emblem)
  • Robin (Fire Emblem: Awakening); through joining with Grima
  • Corrin/Kamui (Fire Emblem Fates)
  • Kana (Fire Emblem Fates)
  • Sash Lilac (Freedom Planet)
  • Midgard Dragons (God of War 2018)
    • Hraezlyr
    • Fafnir
    • Reginn
    • Otr
    • Dagsetr
  • Sol Badguy (Guilty Gear)
  • Berserk Leech Hydroe (Hey! Pikmin)
  • Benares (Honkai Impact 3rd)
  • Volga (Hyrule Warriors)
  • Ice Dragon (Kirby)
  • Galbo (Kirby)
  • Miasmoros (Kirby Planet Robobot)
  • Acchi (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
  • Fangora (Kirby’s Epic Yarn)
  • Flame Galboros (Kirby: Triple Deluxe)
  • Winged Eggers (Kirby: Triple Deluxe)
  • Parallel Landia (Team Kirby Clash Deluxe)
  • Water Galbo (Kirby’s Return to Dream Land)
  • Water Galboros (Kirby’s Return to Dream Land)
  • Landia (Kirby’s Return to Dream Land)
  • Computer Virus (Kirby Super Star);via the Red Dragon/Great Dragon
  • Drakor (Star Fox Adventures)
  • Shyvanna (League of Legends)
  • Aurelion Sol (League of Legends)
  • Dragons/Drake (League of Legends)
    • Cloud Drake
    • Infernal Drake
    • Mountain Drake
    • Ocean Drake
    • Elder Dragon
  • Divine Dragon (Sekiro Shadows Die Twice)
  • The Dragoons (The Legend of Dragoon); via Dragoon Spirit
  • Dragons (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Farosh (The Legend of Zelda Series)
  • Naydra (The Legend of Zelda Series)
  • Dinraal (The Legend of Zelda Series)
  • Mecha Dragon (Mega Man Classic series)
  • Magma Dragoon (Mega Man X4)
  • Ridley (Metroid)
  • Ender Dragon (Minecraft)
  • Elder Dragons (Monster Hunter)
  • Rathalos (Monster Hunter)
  • Liu Kang (Mortal Kombat)
  • Ryu Hayabusa (Ninja Gaiden); through Art of the True Inferno
  • Drogoz (Paladins)
  • Hooktail (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)
  • Gloomtail (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)
  • Bonetail (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)
  • Bonechill (Super Paper Mario)
  • Dragon-type Pokémon (Pokémon)
  • Pokémon that learn Dragon-type moves (Pokémon)
  • Pokémon that are in the Dragon Egg Group (Pokémon)
  • Charizard (Pokémon)
  • Gyarados (Pokémon)
  • Aerodactyl (Pokémon)
  • Lugia (Pokémon)
  • Dragons (Skylanders)
  • Metal Overlord (Sonic Heroes)
  • Perfect Chaos (Sonic Adventure)
  • Zavok (Sonic Lost World)
  • Dragons (Spyro)
    • Spyro
    • Cynder
    • Ember
    • Flame
  • Dragons (Suikoden)
  • Gobblegut (Super Mario Galaxy 2)
  • Lord of Lightning/Ruined Dragon (Super Mario Odyssey)
  • Yoshi (Super Smash Bros.); via Super Dragon
  • Snowdrake (Undertale)
  • Snowdrake's Dad (Undertale)
  • Snowdrake's Mom (Undertale)
  • Chilldrake (Undertale)
  • Sad Dragon (Undertale)
  • Amphis And Baena (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Dragon Princess (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Dragons (Valkyrie Crusade)
    • Azure Dragon
    • Red Dragon
    • Huang Long
    • White Dragon
    • Black Dragon
  • Dragons (Warcraft)
  • Dragon Aspects (Warcraft)
  • Puff! Users (Dragon Quest series)

Anime/Manga

  • Drago (Bakugan)
  • Apollonir (Bakugan)
  • Helios (Bakugan)
  • Dharak (Bakugan)
  • Grunbeld (Berserk)
  • Dragoon (Beyblade)
  • Hyōrinmaru (Bleach)
  • Dai (Dai's Great Adventure)
  • Baran (Dai's Great Adventure)
  • Dragon Knights (Dai's Great Adventure)
  • Dramon-type Digimon (Digimon)
  • Mafuga (Doraemon)
  • Dragons (Dragonaut The Resonance)
  • Shenron (Dragon Ball)
  • Porunga (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Shadow Dragons (Dragon Ball GT)
  • Paccalachi/Drago (Eto Rangers)
  • Dragons (Fairy Tail)
  • Acnologia (Fairy Tail)
  • Elefseria (Fairy Tail: The 100 Years Quest)
  • Yui Hongo (Fushigi Yûgi)
  • Ice Dragon Robot (Kirby Right Back at Ya!)
  • Ozone Hole Monster (Kirby Right Back at Ya!)
  • Tornadon (Kirby Right Back at Ya!)
  • Seiryuu (Fushigi Yûgi)
  • Shōryūki (Ghost Sweeper Mikami)
  • Issei Hyoudou (High School DxD)
  • Dragons (Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon)
  • Vritra (Kubera)
  • Sura from the Vritra clan (Kubera)
  • Kasak Rajof (Kubera)
  • Guardian ÄRM, V (Fünf) - Dead Dragon (Marchen Awakens Romance)
  • Ryukyu (My Hero Academia)
  • Kozuki Momonosuke (One Piece); via Artificial Devil Fruit
  • Kaido (One Piece)
  • Lugyao (One Piece: Mugiwara Theatre)
  • Dragon Race (Rave Master)
    • Let Dahaka
    • Julia
  • Dragons (Seikoku no Dragonar)
  • Echo (Seikoku no Dragonar)
  • Haku (Spirited Away)
  • Sigmund (Unbreakable Machine-Doll)
  • Derous (Toriko)
  • Dragons (While Killing Slimes for 300 Years, I Became the MAX Level Unknowingly)
    • Leica
  • Dragon Archetype (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
  • Bago (Zatch Bell!)
  • Ashuron (Zatch Bell!)
  • Elzador (Zatch Bell!)
  • Jin Toujou (Shinmai Maou no Testament)

Cartoons/Comics

  • Dragons (The 7D)
  • Neddy (Adventure Time)
  • Blanket Dragon (Adventure Time)
  • Flame Princess (Adventure Time); via Elemental Purification spell
  • Dragons (American Dragon: Jake Long)
  • Alien Dragons (Ben 10: Alien Force)
  • Anthropomorphic dragons (Blazing Dragons)
  • Dragons (Bone)
  • Professor Thurdigree Burns (Casper's Scare School)
  • Prince Aragon (Danny Phantom); via Amulet of Aragon
  • Princess Dorathea (Danny Phantom); via Amulet of Aragon
  • Dragons (The Dragon Prince)
  • Dragons (Dragon Tales)
  • Dragonlord (Dragon Warrior)
  • Clarathea (Fables)
  • Trogdor the Burninator (Homestar Runner)
  • Belloc Rosenblatt (Image Comics)
  • Duncan Rosenblatt (Image Comics)
  • Savage Dragon (Image Comics)
  • Drago (Jackie Chan Adventures)
  • Shendu (Jackie Chan Adventures)
  • Dragon (Jane and the Dragon)
  • Dragons (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu)
  • The Overlord (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu)
  • Experiment 228/Melty (Lilo and Stitch)
  • Dragon Man (Marvel Comics)
  • Makluans (Marvel Comics)
  • Lockheed (Marvel Comics)
  • Puff (Marvel Comics)
  • Shou-Lao (Marvel Comics)
  • Dragonwing (Marvel Comics)
  • Fang (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir)
  • Dragons (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
  • Stormy (Mysticons)
  • Tong Tong (Pororo the Little Penguin)
  • Dragon (Pororo the Little Penguin)
  • Dragon (Potatoes and Dragons)
    • Master Chem
  • Pongo (Oswald)
  • Princess Kyra (Reversal of the Heart); via dragon heart
  • Dragons (Sofia the First)
  • Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Mobian dragons (Sonic SatAM/Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Spike Gong (Super Monsters)
  • Dragons (Tara Duncan)
  • Drako (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • Ninja Tribunal (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • Oroku Saki (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • Ice dragons (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012 TV series)
  • Malchior (Teen Titans)
  • Dojo Kanojo Cho (Xiaolin Showdown)
  • The Sapphire Dragon (Xiaolin Showdown)
  • Chase Young (Xiaolin Showdown)

Folklore/Mythology

Television/Movies

  • Taro (The 7th Voyage of Sinbad)
  • Ragonas (Ang Panday 2)
  • Dragons (Barbie as Rapunzel)
  • Mal (Descendants 2)
  • Draco (Dragonheart)
  • Drake (Dragonheart: A New Beginning)
  • Griffon (Dragonheart: A New Beginning)
  • Sarah Daniels (Dragon Wars)
  • Dragons (Game of Thrones)
  • Dragons (How to Train Your Dragon)
  • Dragon-Themed Kamen Riders (Kamen Rider Series)
  • Dragonna (Komiks Presents: Dragonna)
  • Tagon (Komiks Presents: Dragonna)
  • Acid spitting mini dragon (Level Up)
  • Kilgarrah, Dragons, and Wyverns (Merlin)
  • Emperor Han (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor)
  • Maleficent (Once Upon A Time)
  • Elliot (Pete's Dragon)
  • Various Zords and Villains (Power Rangers franchise)
  • Devon and Cornwall (Quest for Camelot)
  • Dragons (Reign of Fire)
  • Dragon (Shrek)
  • Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Various Mecha and Villains (Super Sentai franchise)
  • Dragonstorm (Transformers: The Last Knight)

Literature

  • The Dragon (Beowulf)
  • Dragons (Discworld)
  • Dragon (Dragon)
  • The Blood Family (Dragon DelaSange)
  • Peter DelaSange (Dragon DelaSange)
  • Don Henri DelaSange (Dragon DelaSange)
  • Chloe Blood/DelaSange (Dragon DelaSange)
  • Henri DelaSange (Dragon DelaSange)
  • Lizzie DelaSange (Dragon DelaSange)
  • Elizabeth Blood/DelaSange (Dragon DelaSange)
  • Jim Eckert/Gorbash (The Dragon and the George)
  • Smaug (The Hobbit)
  • Dragons (Harry Potter)
    • Antipodean Opaleye
    • Chinese Fireball
    • Common Welsh Green
    • Hebridean Black
    • Hungarian Horntail
    • Norwegian Ridgeback
    • Peruvian Vipertooth
    • Romanian Longhorn
    • Swedish Short-Snout
    • Ukrainian Ironbelly
    • Catalonian Fireball
    • Portuguese Long-Snout
  • Temperaire (In His Majesty's Service)
  • Dragons (Inheritance Cycle)
  • Alucard Lemuel (The Omnia Iunctus Saga)
  • Perry Gomez (Shadow Falls)
  • Steve (Shadow Falls)
  • Glaurung (The Silmarillion)
  • Ancalagon the Black (The Silmarillion)
  • Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire)
  • Sigmund (Unbreakable Machine-Doll)
  • Dragons (Wings of Fire Series)
  • Patrick Donovan (The Young Guardians)

Web Original

Other

  • Makuta Miserix (Bionicle)
  • Dragons (Dungeons & Dragons)
  • Dragonborn (Fourth Edition Dungeons and Dragons)
  • Dragons (Heroscape)
    • Mimring
    • Charos
    • Braxas
    • Nelfhim
    • Zelrig
  • Ugin (Magic: the Gathering)
  • Figment (Journey Into Imagination)
  • Dragon-family Monster Girls (Monster Girl Encyclopedia)

Known Objects

Gallery

Cartoons/Comics

Anime/Manga

Video Games

Live Television/Movies

Literature

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