You can ask any questions about dragons and I'll try to answer them as best I can.
A wyvern is a dragon with two legs instead of four.
A drake has four legs but no wings.
A wyrm has a maximum of two legs and no wings, and looks like a large snake.
A sea dragon (like the Loch Ness Monster) is a wyrm that lives in the sea.
A hydra has a bunch of heads and, when one is chopped off, two more grow back.
A faerie dragon is usually bright colored and has the wings of a butterfly.
An amphithere is a feathered dragon with no legs.
What would you call a dragon that lives in a cold environment and breathes icy shards?
Dragons are included in my story but if I'm being honest I need to know more about them.
I would just call it an ice dragon.
@Wyvern ah, okay. Then I was just over thinking it. Good to know.
It cracks me up when movies feature 'dragons' and I'm just like, 'No, that is a Wyvern.'
*Peers judgmentally at Harry Potter, the Hobbit movies, and several others. *
that's why monster hunter is great because almost everything is some kind of wyvern, but then a kirin is classified as an elder dragon
Best Movie/Book Dragons
I would love to hear your vote on which is the best!
@MadDog I love Toothless
This is kind of a weird question but which dragon would you say would be a great mentor/teacher but is also a hella good flyer.
Not a weird question- it's actually kind of interesting, now I want to know!
I don't know, but I can picture a hydra being the scary math teacher and wyverns being the cool teacher but also kind of suspicious or something, like secretly teaching kids how to kill someone when they should be teaching them 2+2
I can also see a wyrm with glasses though
That thing about dragons in popular fantasy movies isn't true. Those are definitely dragons. Why? Because they said they are. Besides, personally I prefer to either draw dragons with four legs and no wings or with two legs and two wings. Six limbs don't look good in a movie or on screen. Imagine what it would look like, you wouldn't know what was going on because of all the limbs everywhere especially because movies like The Hobbit, Harry Potter and even the show Game of Thrones has a lot going on. It's the same with art. If you can't draw six limbs without making it look noisy and messy, then don't.
Hey im wondering if there is a name for a creature that i half dragon and half human?
@TuneInForTragedy I think there's something in D&D like that.
@WolfieVampire1946 Thanks ill check that out!