Dragons are not unlike lizards, and range roughly in size from tiny to gigantic. Of the various versions of dragons, they may also be quite humanoid. Some dragons fly, some dragons swim, and some do neither. Though their hides are often considered to be covered in scales, tales and art have depicted them with hair, fur, feathers, or leathery skin. The colours of dragons in fantasy and mythology have been any and every colour and combination.
Advanced Dragon Description
Physical anatomy and physiology.
The Circle of the Dragon
Definitions, comparisons, history, culture and religious influences; origins and modern conceptions; image galleries.
Crystalinks: Dragons - Winged Serpents
Describes their international origins in mythology, history, legends, and fantasy.
Forum, gallery, games, history, and details of multiple types.
Draconity Resource Project
A collection of resources and ideas pertaining to draconity.
The Dragon Stone
Collection of dragon lore including mythology, alchemy, dream analysis, modern literature and television.
Pictures, articles, guest listing, news, membership and hotel information, special events, history, and table information for this large convention for genre and horror, comics, and game fans.
Image galleries, contests, community, forums and chat.
Points considering their possible existence; comparisons of the types around the world.
Fact bites, poetry, image gallery, and collectors resources; eastern and mythological types; fantasy and fiction in literature and film.
Lair2000: Dragon Lair
Evolution, society, psychology, anatomy and skeletons; stories, music, and a coloring book; image gallery with credits.
Wikipedia: List of Fictional Dragons
Encyclopedic entry of the creatures found in fiction; literature, music, games, movies and television.
Plush toy patterns and a directory of sites; shorthand code for the dragon community to describe themselves.
THE YEARS OF THE Dragon
Article about dragons in myths, films, and popular culture. (April 14, 2007)
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