|Type of Creature||Other|
|Creature Classes||Ground, Melee|
|Number of Souls||1|
|Attack Speed||1.5 s|
|Movement Speed||10 m/s|
|Resistances and Weaknesses|
Breath of Life
It's not controllable during the campaign, however it can be controlled in custom scenario maps.
It has no entry in the manual nor is a description of it given in-game.
Dragons are obviously named after the mythological reptiles.
Dragons are a reptilian species probably not originating from the world of Sacrifice. While in some other worlds they were hunted to extinction, for their teeth, scales and hearts, in the world of Sacrifice the dragon culture thrives in worship of the Goddess.
The most prominent Dragon known is the dragon matriarch Sirocco. While the hierarchy of their culture is unknown, as well as Sirocco's position in it, she most certainly has a strong influence on the rest of her race. As all dragons beside her have male voices, it is possible she is one of rare females and acts as a "queen" to their "swarm".
While dragons have no specific place they call home, they have been known to nest in the Glebe, far from Persephone's native lands of Elysium. Particularly, in Solis where a dragon boneyard stands and in Quorog where the Dragons have had a long tradition of using the local caves as breeding grounds in which Dragon Hatchlings would shelter and an older Dragon would watch over them. During the time of Sirocco's madness caused by the Ragman, a conflict between James and Persephone broke out after the Dragon Hatchlings began killing and terrorizing the local fungus farmers. After the threat was forcefully subdued by the Yeomen of the Glebe, Persephone proclaimed the destruction of dragon breeding grounds and possible slaughter of the Hatchlings to have been justified.
- What is thy wish?
- I was awaken from a five hundred year slumber for this?
- I'll just be over here when you make up your mind.
|Creatures in Sacrifice|