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Elder Dramillions are a group of Dramillions that appear in the game Dragons: Titan Uprising.

Official Description

Elder Dramillions are old enough to remember the campaigns. These long- lived Dragons have been around. They've seen it all. They remember the times before, when Dramillions had their run of the Archipelago. They remember the freedom of being able to go anywhere they wanted, to eat sheep on cliff sides overlooking villages. They remember the Vikings rising against them and driving them back. They remember the horrors of the cage, and the grinding death of their comrades in Dragon Hunter training camps. All these memories will never be told, for Dragons lack the language to communicate such things across the generations. Younger Dramillions will never know of those hard times, and maybe that is for the best.

The Elder Dramillions, however, will never forget. That makes them hard to train. In fact, it could be argued that it makes them impossible to train. They just simply will never allow a human to tell them what to do. But it also makes them fearsome fighters, in particular when their children are in danger. The key with Dramillion taming is not to think of it as taming. Think of it as an alliance, and all will go well. As long as they are happy fighting for a righteous cause, they'll add their intense firepower to help that cause. You just have to make sure that whatever you ask them to fight for is a just cause.
  Dragons: Titan Uprising  

Physical Appearance

Standard Dramillions are bright red with white underbellies. They have bright blue spots on their heads and wings and black stripes on their backs, wings and tails. Their claws and spikes are grey. Their eyes are yellow.

In-game Statistics



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