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Men in rage strike those that wish them best.
  Wilhelm Seax, the Bard  

Glaivedriver is a male Deathgripper appearing in the game, Dragons: Titan Uprising.

Official Description

Phantoms of evolution live in the distant crags of the Archipelago. Among the fjords of the most remote areas live enormous and awe inspiring creatures that only reluctantly come out of hiding.

The most rarely seen of these is Glaivedriver, who's solitary demeanor might be considered a boon to all other dragon species, as Glaivedriver is also known for the brutality of his predatory nature.

His arsenal of natural weapons are rivaled only by his stealth skills. Glaivedriver's claws are designed to sever limbs, and his teeth serve as a rostrum to inject a deadly poison into his prey. His favorite tactic is to stalk an unsuspecting victim using the sound of the wind to cover his movements. He then drops from above, immediately scooping his victim into a net of talons while injecting them with paralyzing venom until the fight goes out of them.

Death is seconds away, but Glaivedriver ignores the formalities. He's already feeding.
  Dragons: Titan Uprising  


Physical Appearance

Glaivedriver has broad black markings over a strong red foundation, coupled with yellow eyes.

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Trivia

  • The author of the header quote, Wilhelm Seax, is a play on the name of the English poet William Shakespeare, who is the original writer.

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