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Dragonkin | Human-like Intelligence | Semi-Aquatic Race | Uncommon
Living in the Southern Swamps in hot and humid areas near water. They are a shamanistic group inclined to earth magics.
“ The forest was dense and primal. Its canopy was ruled by willows and glowing-lichen infested mangroves. Little light passed through their crowns, and a melody of reeds and grasses erupted from the shallow, muddy ground. Brambles, vines and decorated talismans dangled down.
A chorus of beastly sounds, crickets and croaking toads, filled the humid and stale air. A set of cracked stone stairs emerged from the mud, surrounded by crumbling ruins with carvings of writing from old.
A low, growling, serpentine voice spoke with a threatening and ancient tone.
“Leave before I swallow you whole, this is your only warning.”
Dragon-Kin that live in arid, dry areas require special lotions made of plants from the swamp areas. They are unable to live in freezing temperature without wearing heavy furs and a constant source of heat.
Dragon-Kin villages tend to be made out of their local materials - trees, plant matter most commonly, and raised above swamp waters on docks and stilts.
Nesting pools, are often created in community areas and clutches of eggs are incubated nearby each other. Eggs are frequently eaten and nesting pools are raided by local wildlife, thus communities who nest together have a higher success rate. New hatchlings live in the pools that they are born in, until they are able to climb out themselves (see Life Cycle).
Dragon-Kin are able to attune to a variety of elements depending on the area they are hatched and raised in. The most common, is earth, water, healing and their magical abilities grow as they age and peaking after death in their Spirit Form. Though not a magical ability, all (Dragon People) are hatched with acidic saliva, which helps them fend off predators and digest meals.
The Dragon-Kin eat primarily fish, though can also eat small game meats, fruits, vegetables and plant matter to supplement their diets. A favoured dish is seared koi, whose scales can be dried and ground into powder that is useful in alchemy.
Common folk attire generally consists of shawls, ponchos, cloaks, and ragged wrappings. Clothing made of moss, seasonal plants and flowers, feathers, furs and natural materials.
Many of the Dragon-Kin are inclined to herbalism, alchemy, natural magics, healers, shamanism, druidism careers and lifestyles.
Females lay a clutch of 5-8 eggs 1-2 times in their lifetime. usually only 1-2 hatch. eggs incubate in a nest built next to a nursery pond. eggs like heat and moisture and they incubate for several weeks
hatchlings & juveniles 3 months - 6 years
Adolescents 6 years - 20 years
Young adult (21 -74 years)
adult 75-299 years
young Spirit (0-1,000 years after death)
Ancient spirit (1,000+ years)