Draconic Blog

  • Smaug the Dragon

    Smaug the Golden is a dragon belonging to the legend of the British writer J. R. R. Tolkien and intervening in his novel The Hobbit (1937), of whic...
  • Brosno Dragon

    The Brosnensky also known as the Brosno dragon is a dragon-like cryptid, according to local beliefs, supposedly living in the lake Brosno in the Tv...
  • Kukulkan

    Kukulkán or Kukulcán (Yucatec Maya: Kꞌukꞌulkaan 'feather and serpent') is a deity of Maya mythology. It has similarities with the Feathered Serpent...
  • Ancalagon The Black

    Ancalagon, also known as Ancalagon the Black, is a dragon that appears in the legendarium of the British writer J. R. R. Tolkien, and more particul...
  • Glaurung

    Glaurung (ˈɡlaʊ.ruŋ) is a dragon of the legendary by British writer J. R. R. Tolkien. He appears primarily in the posthumous works The Silmarillion...
  • Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcóatl (literally "quetzal-serpent," i.e., "quetzal-feathered serpent," in Nahuatl) is the name given in central Mexico to one of the incarna...
  • Ouroboros Dragon

    The Ouroboros is a design or object depicting a snake or dragon biting its tail. It is an ancient Greek word, οὐροϐόρος / ourobóros, formed from th...
  • Welsh Dragon

    The Welsh dragon (Welsh: Y Ddraig Goch, i.e. 'the red dragon') is one of the symbols of Wales. It appears on its Welsh flag and is probably a trace...
  • Typhon Greek Mythology

    In Greek mythology, Typhon, or Typheus (Ancient Greek Τυφῶν / Tuphôn or Τυφωεύς / Tuphōeús, from Tῦφος / tûphos, "smoke") is a primitive evil deity...
  • Dragon King

    Longwang (simplified Chinese: 龙王; traditional Chinese: 龍王; pinyin: Lóngwáng; Wade: Lung Wang; EFEO: Long Wang; Japanese: Ryûô 龍王). In both Chinese ...
  • Vietnamese Dragon

    Vietnamese dragons (in Vietnamese, Rồng 龍) are symbolic creatures of Vietnamese mythology. According to an ancient myth, Vietnamese are descendants...
  • Korean Dragon

    Korean dragons are legendary creatures in Korean mythology and folklore. The dragon's appearance reflects its influences from its counterpart, the ...