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    Dragons of the Drachenaur

    I've just been reading the articles on this site taken from the d&d mag's,
    the Fire on the Five Peaks article states six dragons inhabit the Drachenaur mountains, i was under the impression Cirilia only had six left living on the whole continent, so is there more dragons inhabiting Cerilia?

    Also has anyone got details on the other Dragons? through excerpts on this site i've found the details on those below, if anyone could point me to any previous threads on anything that i've missed or new info please do

    Infyrna though i've not found any details on her

    Zakhur who i'd never heard of even though i've played Anuirean campaigns for years

    Tarazin the Gray through the piece in the magazine

    Dragon of Vstaive Peak....

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    check the wiki entry for more info
    http://www.birthright.net/brwiki/ind...rilian_dragons
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    Excellent, thankyou Arjan...

    I have read the Brecht book and can't believe i missed the dragon Kappenkriaucheran, i'll have to source that book again, so possibly apart from Tarazin another 2 to 4 dragons could inhabit the drachenaur's. Do they have any fluff written for them or are they a complete mystery, for us to write about as we wish.

    So other than Swampsblood (Coerany's, Swamps??) and Vore Lekiniskiy who reside outside of the Drachenaur mountains no others reside on cirilia?

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    Can't remember his name off the top of my head, but the Gorgon has a dragon locked up under his castle to use as a weapon if he gets attacked. Remember, those are just the numbers that the "experts" think are still around. There could always be a few that nobody knows about sleeping deep within old forests or mts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retillin View Post
    Can't remember his name off the top of my head, but the Gorgon has a dragon locked up under his castle to use as a weapon if he gets attacked. Remember, those are just the numbers that the "experts" think are still around. There could always be a few that nobody knows about sleeping deep within old forests or mts.
    That would be Raizhadik, who may be dead or merely another of the Gorgon's pawns.

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    Someone told me there was two dragon's from the old world ... can't recall who now, it was on original Birthright.net forums. One was like leviathan & other was a flying dragon (stand style).
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