Dragon (culture)

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About

Origins

Geography

Language

Family

Structure / Size

Roles of Family Members

Importance

Influence

Orphans

Religion

Primary Beliefs

Religious Figures

List of Religious Observances

Structure

Ceremonial

Birth

Naming

Age

Apprenticeship

Adulthood

Marriage

Divorce

Death

Despite being solitary predators most of their lives, dragonkind will mourn the loss of their own. If possible they will gather at the remains and burn the remains over an entire night using their own flames. Some may eat portions of the departed to ensure they carry their memory inside them.

Inheritance

Diet

Dragons are primarily carnivores, eating a variety of large game animals they hunt, and take back to their dens. Such meals are cooked with their own flames.

Fashion

Textiles

Dyes

Embellishments

Outfits

Daily by Class

Ceremonial

Costumes

Jewellery

Makeup

Leisure Activities

Sports

Games

Gambling

Social Gatherings

Arts

Storytelling

Writing

Poetry

Fiction

Theatre

Acting

Plays

Dance

Gymnastics

Music

Singing

Percussion

Strings

Wind

Painting

Sculpture

Time

Timekeeping

Daily Routine

Timeline

Known Dragons

List of Known Dragons

Stories

See Also

Dragon (people)
Etausi (religion)