Red dragons are the most greedy of all dragons. They are always looking for opportunities to increase their collections. Red dragons are extremely confident, which can be seen from their arrogant demeanor and contemptuous expressions. As red dragons age, their scales become larger and thicker, making them as hard as metal. The red dragon's pupils will fade with age and will eventually have eyes like lava balls. Red dragons build their lairs in caves deep underground, filled with the smell of sulfur. However, red dragons always have a higher resting place, and everything below can catch their eyes. Red dragons are often sworn enemies with silver dragons. Red dragons have a preference for meat, especially human or elf children. Sometimes the red dragon will charm ignorant villagers into offering regular sacrifices of maidens. Once the red dragon finds the target, it will immediately decide whether to attack, and if it does, it will immediately choose a feasible tactic. Claw and bite attacks are used against weaker opponents, and flame breath is used only against stronger enemies. The main dragon breath is fire.
As the strongest and largest dragon among the five-colored dragons, the black dragon is famous. Black dragons are short-tempered and treacherous. They have deep-set eye sockets, and the skin at the base of the horns and around the cheekbones gradually degenerates. When first hatched, black dragons have thin, small, and smooth scales, and as they age, these scales become larger, thicker, and darker in color, making it easier for black dragons to hide in swamps. Black dragons generally build their dens in large damp caves in swamps or in dungeons with many rooms, and they smell bad. Black dragons mainly feed on aquatic animals, but also go out hunting for fresh meat. Black dragons often use their surroundings as cover to pounce on their targets, and when fighting in swampy areas in dense forests, they try to stay in water or on the ground, as woods can limit their air superiority. But if you can't beat the opponent, the black dragon will fly away.
The night is the world of the black dragon, and no human being is willing to fight a black dragon in the dark night.
In terms of combat, the black dragon's flame ability is good, but the acid is its killer, so its main dragon breath is acid. The black dragon's melee ability is the strongest among all the giant dragons, and even the golden dragon is not willing to fight with a black dragon. The magic ability is basically the same as that of the green dragon. The black dragon is quite fond of gold and silver treasures, and can always find golden treasures in its dragon cave, but it can't use it, it is just a simple collection. Although the black dragon ranks below the red dragon, the danger is above it. Some black dragons have a special hobby that likes to collect the weapons and armor of the enemies they kill, while some black dragons are used to leaving scars left after battle. Older black dragons sometimes grab people and ask where their gold, silver and platinum coins are kept before killing them.
One of the five-colored dragons, its territory concept is very strong. They are the most adept at digging the ground among all dragons. Blue dragons are easily identifiable, characterized by their large ears and a single horn on the tip of their snout. Their scales range in color from brilliant sky blue to deep indigo. Their skins often crackle and crackle due to a powerful electrostatic effect that is greatly intensified when the blue dragon is enraged, filling the air with the smell of ozone and sand. The blue dragon often hides in the sand and gravel of the desert, only a little of its head is exposed, or it flies over the desert, and the color of its body blends with the sky. Blue dragons build their lairs in large underground caverns, and their favorite is gems, especially sapphires. The blue dragon's favorite food is camels, which they roast with lightning and feast on. Blue dragons usually wait for their prey to come within 100 feet before rushing out to attack from above or underground. Older blue dragons use various special abilities to increase the success rate of the raid. Blue dragons only withdraw from combat if they are seriously wounded, and they regard retreat as a sign of cowardice. The main dragon breath is thunder and lightning.
Sapphire dragons have a strong sense of territory, and they especially hate other dragons that invade their territory, whether on the Elemental Earth or the Material Plane. Sapphire dragons do not like to deal with any race, especially those evil races in the Underdark as enemies, and sometimes directly conflict with those races due to territorial issues. Such dragons rarely gossip with others unless the subject of the discussion is about military strategy, a field in which they consider themselves experts, if not geniuses. In fact, if the outsider can bring some kind of military strategy-related competition game to the Sapphire Dragon, the Sapphire Dragon may be more welcome, of course, if the outsider makes the Sapphire Dragon lose, it is very unwise. The scales of sapphire dragons range from light blue to dark blue, and they will shine in any light, so that on the stone walls of their daily habitats, they will reflect a glittering waterfall like a waterfall. Light. Unlike other dragons, a sapphire dragon's scales don't change with age, but its pupils still fade with age.
Sapphire dragons prefer the Elemental Plane of Earth, but they also prefer to inhabit deep, dry caverns on the Material Plane, and typical sapphire dragons use geomotion and stone-shaping to hide the entrances to caves. Inside the cave, it will spread the treasures it collects in various stone halls and arrange it in a decorative way. Trophies from drow, illithids, or aboleths are often placed in prominent locations to remind and show past victories against these foes. The Sapphire Dragon will use the "Spider Walk" or "Teleportation" to sneak up on the opponent. Its breath attack is a sonic energy that can damage the enemy and cause them to panic.
Green dragons are very intelligent, but their aggressive nature is revealed by their toothy jaws and raised horned crowns. As green dragons age, their scales become larger and lighter, and their color changes to emerald or olive green, making them more integrated into the forest environment. Green dragons build their dens in forests, and for them, the older and larger the forest, the more suitable it is. Green dragons like to live in caves on cliffs or mountainsides, and their dens are easily recognizable by the pungent smell of chlorine. Green dragons eat everything. A green dragon will attack any creature if slightly provoked, or not provoked at all. The character of the green dragon is a bit weird, but there is no lack of gentleness. Because the forest is not suitable for hand-to-hand combat, the green dragon generally likes to use magic when fighting, but the enemies who underestimate their hand-to-hand combat ability have paid a sufficient price. If the opponent seems scheming or difficult to defeat, the green dragon will track the opponent for a while to find the best timing and tactics to attack. If the opponent seems weak, the green dragon will simply appear, using "intimidation" or "hinting" to control the humanoid, forcing out all the information they want. The main dragon breath is venom or acid.
Green Emerald Dragon
Green jade dragons are curious by nature, especially interested in the history and customs of various places. They tend to know more about certain regions than the most knowledgeable sages. However, this dragon is also very suspicious, so it is very difficult to communicate with them. In the juvenile stage, an emerald dragon's scales are clear sea green, and as it ages, its scales harden and take on a variety of shades of green from deep emerald to mint, even in the dimmerest These scales also shimmer in light. The emerald dragon's pupils gradually fade with age, and when it is the oldest, its eyes resemble green spheres that shimmer with light. Emerald dragons like to live near areas settled by some civilized races, but not close enough to make their presence known.
On the Material Plane, emerald dragons build lairs on extinct volcanoes and raise their young there. Emerald dragons do not trust outsiders very much, and there are all kinds of traps in their lair. If these can't stop outsiders, the jade dragon will hide first, but if its treasures or cubs are threatened, it will Will appear to attack. Emerald dragons generally use the "cloud spell" to blind the opponent before using a charge attack or grabbing the opponent into the air. Emerald dragons are the least likely of all gem dragons to get into close combat with their opponents until they are completely weakened. The Emerald Dragon's breath is a cone of sonic energy that temporarily deafens the creature. The eldest emerald dragon can use the spell-like ability "Shield of Early Warning" to sense the impending future for an additional defense.
The white dragon is the lowest ranked dragon among the five-colored dragons, and it is also the one with the lowest IQ. It is the smallest and weakest of all dragons. Adult white dragons can reach lengths of more than 50 meters. Most white dragons are just beast-like predators. Their expressions reveal that they are fierce but simple-minded, not as shrewd as other dragons. A white dragon's lair is usually an ice cave deep underground, away from the sun. They store treasure in ice caves, which reflect the gems' light. White Dragon is particularly fond of diamonds. While white dragons, like other dragons, can eat almost anything, they have a strange peculiarity in that they only eat frozen food. After killing its prey with its cold breath, the white dragon will swallow the corpse that is still frozen. The White Dragon's nemesis is the Frost Giant. White dragons like to make surprise attacks, swooping down from heights, or appearing suddenly from the bottom of the water, in the snow, or under the ice. The main dragon breath is ice.
Silver dragons are majestic and graceful in appearance, and they are more than willing to assist those kind creatures who really need help. When silver dragons deal with humans, they often turn into kindly old men or beautiful maidens. There are two different versions of the power they control: one is the power of metal; the other is the power of space. In the magic works, the power of space is mostly used. According to legend, the silver dragon is an excellent space mage. You can never know where it will appear in the next second, or it will remain in place at all, until it is almost instantaneous. Dimension Slash is something you can't ignore. With the growth of age, the scales of the silver dragon will become brighter and brighter, and the color of the pupils will become lighter and lighter. At the eldest stage, the eyes look like mercury balls. Silver dragons like to build their lairs in high places, such as on isolated mountain peaks, or surrounded by clouds and mist. There is always a slight smell of rain on them.
Silver dragons seem to have a strong preference for the human form, and they often become friends with mortals, even developing deep friendships. Silver dragons like to eat human food, which they can live on all the time. Because silver and red dragons nest in similar environments, the two often clash. The confrontation between them is often fierce and deadly. Silver dragons are not ferocious in their personalities, and will not go into battle easily unless they are confronted with extremely evil or rudely provocative foes. Before attacking, they use the "cloud spell" to make the opponent invisible, and also use the "anti-gravity" to make the enemy fly helplessly into the air.
Brass dragons are extremely talkative and articulate, and they can sometimes provide some useful information, but usually only after long hours of small talk and constant hints of giving it a gift. The pupils of a brass dragon gradually darken with age, until they resemble balls of molten metal. Brass dragons love dry heat and spend most of their time basking in the desert sun. They give off a strong smell of metal and sand. They like to build their dens in high burrows. Brass dragons can eat almost anything, but they usually eat very little, and they can get their nutrients from the morning dew. Since the habitat of the brass dragon and the blue dragon is the same, the blue dragon is the most dangerous enemy to the brass dragon. If the two sides are in a one-on-one conflict, the larger blue dragon will prevail. Therefore, brass dragons usually avoid their opponents first, and then attack after gathering allies around them. For brass dragons, talking to adventurers is more appealing than fighting. Faced with dangerous situations, young brass dragons will fly out of sight of their enemies and hide in the sand, while older brass dragons will try to gain the upper hand in combat.
Bronze dragons are very inquisitive, and they often transform into small, friendly animals to observe adventurers who enter their territory. They are fascinated by war, often eager to join the army in order to exercise justice and to get a good reward. Bronze dragons are very good swimmers, with webbed feet and smooth, smooth scales. At the eldest stage, their eyes are like glowing green balls. Bronze dragons prefer to stay near deeper freshwater or saltwater, and they often dive to the bottom of the water to cool their body temperature or to search for pearls and sunken treasures. Bronze dragons prefer to live in caves that can only be accessed by water, but the interior of the lair will remain dry at all times. The body of bronze dragons smells of sea water, and they feed on aquatic animals and plants, especially shark meat. Bronze dragons do not like to kill, and they use "detection thoughts" to detect the intentions of intelligent creatures. When fighting, the bronze dragon will first block the enemy's sight with "cloud and mist", and then sprint. Against foes sailing at sea, they summon storms or slam the hull with their tails.
The dragon is the largest, strongest, and the highest IQ of all dragons, and has a strong aggressiveness. Dragons are born the size of other species of adult dragons and grow rapidly. As the dragons grow, their scales become larger and thicker, hard as metal, and no weapon can harm it. Dragon flames, lightning, and ice can be sprayed. It also has a special function "Dragon Roar", which can destroy everything in front of it through the huge energy generated by the roar. Before it attacks, its "Dragon Might" scare away those creatures with insufficient courage, and then determines the most effective attack method according to the number and strength of the enemy.