At the time of their death, a dragon will return to the earth.
A slender dragon with large wings and a body covered in scales. Their head is protected by one large-scale, formed like a helmet. They grow a second, smaller horn when they are older.
A bipedal dragon with a fluffed ruff of feathers on its neck, two horns protruding from their head, and bird-feet. They do not have wings, and likely lack the ability to fly.
A stone-like dragon with one large horn protruding from the front of its head. Despite being bulky, they have the ability to fly.
A Wu-il dragon that died and became the nourishment for a flowering tree. As a last wish, he asked that the tree that grew atop his body be used in making Chise staff.
The dragon partnered with Lindel.
Dragons may shift from one size to another to fit their needs.
Like Magi, dragons are capable of collecting magic from the area around them. With enough, they can devolve into a primal state once built to hunt humans, growing back the vestigial organ that allowed them to breathe fire.