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Dragons (Dragon's Blood)
Associated With
Heroes Davion of Dragon Hold Dragon Knight minimap icon.png Davion
Crystal Maiden minimap icon.png Crystal Maiden
Invoker minimap icon.png Invoker
Lina minimap icon.png Lina
Mirana of Nightsilver Mirana minimap icon.png Mirana
Terrorblade minimap icon.png Terrorblade
Winter Wyvern minimap icon.png Winter Wyvern
Races Eldwurms
Factions The Thunder
Dragon Clan
Dragon Knights
Places The Cosmos
The Dream
Dragon Hold
Gods Worldwyrm
Davion of Dragon Hold Elder Dragon Form icon.png Slyrak
Characters Kaden
Species Air Dragons
Chaos Dragons
Earth Dragons
Ember Dragons
Ionic Dragons
Luminous Dragon
Void Dragons
Water Dragons
Resources Dragon's Fire Whiskey

Dragons are the physical manifestations of the Eldwurms.

All dragons in the story of Dragon's Blood are classified by the four fundamental forces and the four classical elements that they can manipulate. For the elements of nature, there are fire dragons, water dragons, air dragons, and earth dragons. And for the fundamental forces, there are void dragons, ionic dragons, luminous (or gold) dragons, and chaos dragons. They are further classified by their age, starting with the youngest, smallest, and weakest dragons that are known as hatchlings, wyrmlings (who are the equivalent of teenage or adolescent dragons), adults, and eldwurms—the oldest, largest, sleepiest, and the most powerful dragons. Regardless of what stage they are in, they are extremely deadly as Bram notes that even hatchlings can tear a grown man's face off.[1]

When a Dragon dies, A dragon must slay the human to bond their blood giving a human powers from Breathing fire, to turning into a Dragon/Human Hybrid at the cost of a bit of sanity. But a Dragon can also link their communication to other dragons.

A superficial view on these dragons may cause one to think that they are all distinct entities on their own, but that is not the case. All dragons within a single elemental/fundamental species are actually the physical avatars of their respective Eldwurms (note the capital "E" that differentiates them from eldwurms who are just old dragons)[2], mere extensions of the Eldwurm's vast embodiment. Because of this, they lack their own soul (hence its lack of consciousness and self-awareness) until an Eldwurm incarnates/reincarnates into these soulless bodies.[3]


  1. DOTA: Dragon's Blood, Episode 1: What the Thunder Said "Frühling: Hatchlings. Pups. Wee babies!" "Bram: Huh, bite your face off, boyo!"
  2. Tweet by @ashmasterzero "Correct. Thus big E and small e. Remember the DK’s have no idea the Thunder is even a thing until all of this happens. To them, “eldwurm” is just a big ass adult dragon the size of a seven story building (at the smallest). Remind me to get @StudioMir2010 to post a scale drawing."
  3. Tweet by @ashmasterzero "It’s even weirder. There are no individual dragons. Slyrak would not be replaced by some other old dragon named Bob. An adult is just a body. It has no consciousness or self-awareness unless the soul passes into it. All dragons of a type are really a single entity. Like limbs."