Book of Realms

This is purely fictional, dragons do not exist. I believe they do, in some alternate reality that we can’t even imagine would be possible. For as of right now though, you can read my view on dragons. Enjoy!

Dragon History

            There are many worlds in the dragon realm, almost too many to number, but not all are inhabited by dragons. Some have other creatures such as unicorns, or faeries, which exist on the dragon inhabited worlds as well. We are here to talk about dragons, though.

            Let me first point out the different class of power a dragon could possess, and that would determine what type of spells they could cast. There are single categories: fire, earth, lightning, ice (water), black, power, holy (white), and light. (There is no such thing as a Wind spell in the dragon world, don’t ask me why.) Then there are categories which combine two spells, such as: fire-ice, fire-earth, fire-lightning, black-power (only one of these spells exist), earth-lightning, earth-fire, earth-ice, ice-lightning, ice-fire, and holy-light. (You get the idea.) The more powerful spells are the combinations, because it takes twice the amount of energy, and two spells are cast simultaneously. The order of power goes as follows:

  1. Power
  2. Holy
  3. Light
  4. Black
  5. Fire
  6. Lightning
  7. Ice
  8. Earth


When a dragon reaches a certain level after training, he or she can choose what class to be next. The way dragons level up is through extensive training. And it’s not like the type of training a monk or priest would go through. This is the most brutal and tiring training that one could not possibly fathom. They do hold tournaments, where they can either fight in their human form or dragon form. They are stronger in their dragon form, so they often use it in the tournaments (or rounds as they are called). In the rounds, each dragon is paired with another that is equal in strength, as to not discriminate others. The dragon race has a sense of pride, they do not usually boast about their abilities or how many spells they have mastered, usually.

When a dragon dies, they can live up to 1,000 years, they are taken to what is known as Hollow’s Cove, a holy place where a mighty dragon had fallen in battle. The dragon’s name meant Hollow, and it is near a large pond, hence the name. There are few dragons left that know of the fallen one, since it happened over 500 years ago. The dragons never go there unless there is a funeral, which is a very extensive process in the dragon universe.

This concludes the first chapter in the Book of Realms; the book of dragon history. Hope you have enjoyed so far and continue reading and post comments!

Chapter 2

Dragons do not like to be trained, well, by humans anyways. They train on their own. If a person is able to communicate with dragons, which few humans can, he or she can make sure the dragon is completing the training properly or not.

As this book has mentioned before, there are many different types of training exercises, if you want to call them that, that a dragon must go through. Dragons are built strong, their scales can withstand pretty much anything that’s thrown at them. Though sometimes if one is weak, say they have not eaten in a day or two, they will lose the training exercise. Each dragon has its limit, even though they are extremely strong.

The training can last up to twenty years (dragon years) before a dragon is satisfied with its strength. Even then it may not be completely happy with the training. It is completed one task at a time, so it can be very tedious.

The exercises include endurance tests and tournaments. These tournaments are held regularly throughout the year. During the endurance tests the dragon must be in dragon form, but during the tournaments they can choose what form to take. The way they get stronger in the tournaments is that each time a dragon wins, their magic is increased.

This concludes the training portion of the Book of Realms.

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