The Nightmare Before the Dream
Currently, dragons are little more than myths to almost all members of the dominant races. Even the oldest of the immortal elves have forgotten a time when dragons actually flew over the skies of Norand and Sorand. Most of the information the world has concerning dragons is pulled from the buried ruins of nameless civilizations, lending credence to the statement that dragons were nothing but fantasies of primitive peoples.
Rubbing of a cave drawing of a dragon
Legends of the giant beasts theorize that only six dragons existed at any one time and that there was a hierarchy among them. All of these dragons were apparently worshiped as gods, and first among them was a monster known as Hulgandrigon. Hulgandrigon’s name is the only title that persists in relation to the dragons. Even then, tales of the dragon’s deeds are few and far between.
Scholars believe that if dragons did exist, it’s likely that The Creator had nothing to do with bringing them into the world. Indeed, it’s said that dragons and The Creator were constantly at odds, though what sparked this feud is unknown.
One dragon has revealed itself to the world (or rather, to a few witnesses) – a black beast called Yoloswaggins. Yoloswaggins was last seen in a hidden Inquisitorial complex beneath Endenmere battling the heroes. The dragon suffered grievous wounds that forced it to retreat. Its current whereabouts are unknown.