DRACA TYPE INFO

*A Draca type is much more than it’s appearance and attributes, it is a very big part of a dragon’s identity. A dragon’s type defines its personality, tendencies, magical abilities and even its familial identity.
Draca are hatched from eggs that are delivered by a mother and fertilized by a father. However, they bond and form families with dragons of their own type. Two dragons of the same type can have a hatchling that is a different type. However, it is rare that two dragons of the same type to become mates, since dragons of the same type see themselves as related. Four types of dragons exist. The differences between the Draca types are mostly physiological, although much of a dragon’s’ personality is based on its type. The most defining characteristic of a dragon type is the form of magic it specializes in.

 

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DRACA PHYSIOLOGY

The Draca have the ability to take on the form of any living species they come across, at will. They are able to do this with very little effort, so dragons are capable of roaming other worlds for millennia without being discovered. Despite this awesome ability, the Draca prefer to be in their natural state. Or rather, states. Draca have two natural forms: their full dragon form and their smaller, or half-dragon form.

CELESTIAL DRAGON
Color: White
Magic: Spiritual
Personality: Commanding, take-charge.
Domuara’s Celestial Dragons: Caeles, Poli, Obitus, Aboria

Description:
Celestial Dragons are the leaders of the bunch. Their affinity with spiritual magic and their access to ancient spirits imparts an ageless wisdom and unique foresight. This gives them the confidence to make big decisions and provide direction to others. Celestial dragons can be seen as bossy, but older Celestials are usually experienced enough to get dragons (and just about any species they decide to work with) to eagerly do their bidding.

One unique trait of Celestial Dragons is the ability to prophesize. This is basically consulting with the oldest spirits from the celestial plane as to what is most likely to happen in the future, based on past history, events in play that are known to only spirits and the individuals involved in these events, and other mysterious factors. Prophesies are subject to the interpretation of the Celestial dragon performing the act, so it is quite possible for a prophecy to be inaccurate, or even completely wrong.

All dragons have slight variations in appearance, particularly with scale patterns, spines, talons, spikes, and such. As such, each dragon is unique in appearance. Draca color is dependent on its type, as explained on the side column *Dragon Types section.
There are four types of Draca. Click below to learn more about each Draca type