The Age of Dragons
hen the gods had finished creating the universe they settled on the
world of Necromium to discuss those who would live in their world. To this
question did BoneZ take a piece of pure Necromium and mold it into a great
being with a thick hide, wings and claws. With scales of pure gold and
a mind holding all the wisdom of the gods did the first dragon rise into the
air and take ownership of the world of Necromium.
n turn did each of the gods transmutate Necromium into a dragon, and
as they did the dragons created took on a color representative of the main
element the Necromium was transformed into. To Demigo was created a great
red dragon, burning with fire. To Zari was a blue dragon born, charged with
lightning and the power of air. From Treestump did come a green dragon;
from Visions a white. And from Emitria, angry that the great void was
disturbed, did come a dragon black as night. And in such a manner were the
first dragons born.
owever, the gods did err in that not all the Necromium used to create
the dragons was consumed in the process. Thus, pure Necromium existed in the
scales, blood, and body of these great beasts. The dragons soon learned how
to control this gift in many ways. With great regenerative powers, the
blood sustained life making dragons near immortal. From their bellies could
they create an endless supply of gases for their deadly breath.
oon the dragons learned to control magic itself and began to create
other creatures on their own. These beings, the dragonspawn, born of dragons
soon filled the world of Necromium and began to worship the dragons as their
gods. A few of the true gods grew angry at their creations and brought forth
a more flawed being to hold dragonkind in check. And so with the arrival of
man did the age of dragons' end.
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