Dragons

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Search Synonyms (completed, but not necessarily updated): basilisk, cockatrice, couatl, draco, dracolich, draconne, dragon-ette/-elle (etc.), dragonne, dragonsnail, dragonturtle, (cold/fire) drake, feathered serpent, hunting horror, hydra/hydrette, jabberwock(y), lizard/lizzard/lyzard/lyzzard, Loch Ness Monster, Nessie, pseudodragon, quetzl, sea serpent, serpentine, shredni, tarragon, worm\wurm\wyrm, wyvern.


Cautions: The collection is sorted not by name, but by unpainted visual appearance, with the defining characteristics given under the section titles. So what you might know as a "cold drake" may not be listed under the drake heading if the figure has wings. Since this collection will exceed the page length limit, links will be provided for each category as they become overlarge. Also, the collection cannot be expected to be kept up to date, as it is not the main purpose of this wiki to indulge the viewer with these special galleries; hence, a proper search should ensue if your figure cannot be quickly identified from this gallery. Yes, we intentionally coined the words "Lyzard" and "Hydrette." At this point, we don't differentiate by reptilian or avian heads, but that may come as the list grows.

To find the identity of the figure: Simply click on the thumbnail, then, on the page with the pic, scroll down to see what links to that pic and follow the links.

Editors: Please observe the rules and requests at the top of the edit page.

Sculptors: Take note what categories seem neglected!

Collectors: Enjoy the eye candy!

Contents

Wyrms: legless, wingless giant serpents


Ouroboros - serpents eating their own tails


Winged Serpents

Hunting Horrors (as in H.P. Lovecraft's legless, bat-winged serpent-horrors)


Couatls: legless, plume-winged serpents


Swimming Serpents

Sea Serpents: flippered

Search also for "plesiosaur" in Dinosaurs.


Sea Dragons: fin-winged


Walking (Only) Dragons

Missing Link?: wingless and bipedal


Orientals: wingless, sinuously long, 4 tiny legs


Drakes: legged, but wingless

Old World Lyzards ("Dragon-lizards"): wingless quadrupeds, no breath apparent

These are similar to Dinosaurs.


Basilisks: polypedal


Coldrakes: Lyzards with icy breath apparent


Firedrakes: Lyzards with fiery breath


Pseudodragons: winged, but flightless quadrupeds


Flying (Legged) Dragons

Wyverns (bipedal, winged, usually w. barbed tailknot)



Cockatrices (small, bird-headed wyverns)


Western Dragons: quadruped, winged

Serpentine (atypical winged Oriental)


Teutonic Dragons (typical tub-bellied firebreather)

See also the unsorted section below*, as most dragons will fall into this category.


Jabberwock(y): (Lewis Carrol's grotesque-headed teratosis)


Multiheaded Dragons

Two-Headed Dragons


Hydrette: 3-8 heads


True Hydra: 9 heads (- or more...!)


Dragon Kindred

Dragonturtles


Dragonsnails


Dragon-Newts


Dragonnes (Hairy and Mammalian-footed)


Humanoid Dragons

The halfway humans here will be moved to another page when enough are collected.

Naga: snakes with human torsos and arms

See Naga

Snakemen: snakes with human limbs

See Snakemen and Serpentmen.

Carocs: Humanish Crocodilians


Dragonmen, Draconians


Mandragons


The following sections are sorted by name, and the appearance is expected to follow:

Dragon Eggs and Nests


Young Dragons, Dragonettes (incl. Familiars)

Listed in this section are only those figures whose name implies youth or tinyness.


(Un?)Dead Dragons


Dracolich


Demon Dragons: Dragonlike Bodies w. Undragonlike Heads


Dragon Statuary


*Unsorted Figs




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