A thousand years ago dragons were of one purpose, to take this plane as their own. Their war against the dwarves is well chronicled, although they see the history quite differently. Exactly how they see it is outside the realm of PC knowledge but suffice it to say they would not characterize it as a loss! Even Mirithian’s “great betrayal” is merely a footnote. Most will say that they simply lost interest in such a smalltime goal and will wax on about how their current goals (or sleeping) are much more important. Every dragon has different impressions of various races but generally dragons find humans boring, orcs annoying, dwarves undeservedly greedy, and elves with an overly-inflated sense of their own importance. They only take seriously the gods, other dragons, and the most powerful of otherworldly beings such as demon lords, arch devils, or elemental deities.
- Dragons also feel that the business of fighting dragons is best left to dragons. “If a dragon needs to be taught a lesson, we’ll take care of it.” The idea of lesser races slaying a dragon is reproachful to all dragons.
- Elder dragons known to be active during this period are Sureniel, Mirithian, Vishkon, Lalfroth, Mishkrell, Pip, and Ichobod.
- Other dragons include Bugo, son of Ichobod; Melcheron, son of Lalfroth.