Dragons are huge four-limbed, two-winged reptilian predators. These powerful and intelligent serpentine creatures exist across the multiverse. They have formidable physical strength, and many of them also score high on intelligence and magical capabilities. Head shape, wing shape, body shape, scale colors and breath weapons vary from plane to plane and from dragon to dragon. They can be found in all colors, although more dragons are aligned with red than with any other color.   In fact, dragon is the iconic creature for the color red, and at least one red Dragon has appeared in every core set. 
Baby or miniature dragons are referred to as "hatchlings" and "whelps".
Ancient dragons[edit | edit source]
The Ur-Dragon[edit | edit source]
The Ur-Dragon is the essence of all dragonkind within the Multiverse. The Elder Dragons were spawned from the storms caused by its wings. The Primeval Dragons of Dominaria each bear its characteristics and its scion is known to be found there. This may be related to Dominaria being the Nexus of the Multiverse.
Elder Dragons[edit | edit source]
The Elder Dragons were ancient dragons of Dominaria. Their vast power was said to rival that of planeswalkers. The chronologically oldest bit of Magic lore we have is that about the Elder Dragon War, a conflict that shook the plane of Dominaria and killed most of their kind. The winners of the war became the ancestors of all dragons and drakes, while the losers were stripped of their wings, limbs and most of their power and became the Elder Land Wurms, which spawned all other wurm species. Viashino are also descendants of them, although it is unknown how.
The Elder Dragons differed from other dragons in being conscious the moment they hatched, instinctively knowing their name. Their internal hierarchy originally derived from the time it costed them to hatch. According to Nicol Bolas, they have multiple hearts.
Only seven Elder Dragons seem to have actually survived the war. They are the siblings Chromium Rhuell, Arcades Sabboth, Palladia-Mors, Nicol Bolas, Ugin (the latter two are actually twins), their cousins Vaevictis Asmadi, and Piru, Chromium's lover. However, only the five Elder Dragon Legends were remembered as the survivors, because after Piru was killed by Dakkon Blackblade in ages past, only some faint memory of her remained. Presently, Nicol Bolas and Ugin are the only known Elder Dragons that still live.
Scarzam dragons[edit | edit source]
The Scarzam dragons were a race of dragons that took their name from a planes-traveling being, Sivitri Scarzam, that used them to wage war on Corondor. They were nearly wiped out by a magical, poisonous flower created by Sol'Kanar to destroy Sivitri's power. Only one, and the biggest of these dragons, survived.
Hellkites[edit | edit source]
Powerful Hellkites known as Hellkite Overlords inhabit the shard of Jund.
Alaran dragons[edit | edit source]
Grixian Dragons[edit | edit source]
In the Shard of Alara known as Grixis, there is one known dragon remaining, the demon-dragon Malfegor. The bones of a massive dragon do exist, and surround the necropolis of Unx. Malfegor was ancient and powerful, with breath that could easily incinerate his enemies. At one point, Malfegor was in Bant. There, he killed an archangel named Asha, but was exiled to Grixis, which led to the denizens of Bant to believe him killed. After the Mending, the elder dragon Nicol Bolas told Malfegor to prepare an army to attack the other Shards. After advancing through Esper and nearly driving the Sphinxes extinct, he attacked Bant, where he was killed by Elspeth Tirel and Rafiq.
Jundian Dragons[edit | edit source]
In the Shard of Alara known as Jund, dragons are the dominant race on the top of the food chain. They are worshiped by the goblins who consider it an honor to be eaten alive by them. The most powerful dragons were known as hellkites, ruled by hellkite overlords. Hellkite overlords are among the most powerful dragons in the multiverse--they attack swiftly and mercilessly, incinerating or devouring their prey with brutal ease. Overlords are also difficult to kill, as they possess the ability to regenerate from wounds that would kill lesser dragons.
Hellkite overlords are dark red in color, with massive, crimson wings. They have a row of spines down their back, which prevents attack from behind, and also deters anyone from riding them. A hellkite overlord's head is angular, with a crown of spikes along the back. These spikes protect the overlord's neck, and look like a crown, which could have earned the overlord its name.
Amonkhet dragons[edit | edit source]
The dragons of Amonkhet are fierce firebreathing monsters with heavy reptilian bodies, crocodilian heads and leathery wings. These dim-witted beasts live mostly in the remote reaches of the desert. On occasion, they are taken captive to be used in the Trials.
Dominarian dragons[edit | edit source]
Primeval Dragons[edit | edit source]
The five Primeval Dragons are supposedly the second generation after the elder dragons. They were self-proclaimed gods and once ruled Dominaria until the Numena managed to imprison them and steal their power. The Primevals were ordinary dragons until all of them were awakened, when their combined magic unlocked their magnificent powers.
During the Phyrexian Invasion, Tevesh Szat revealed the existence of the Primevals to Rhammidarigaaz, also known as Darigaaz, who was in fact a reincarnated Primeval himself. After they were all reawakened, they went on a rampage against both Dominarians and Phyrexians, until Karn convinced Darigaaz of his folly. Darigaaz committed suicide by plunging into a volcano after which the other Primevals could be defeated.
Their names had a special meaning in Old Draconic describing the stages of a dragon's life. The first Primeval was Rhammidarigaaz ("conception"), the second was Rith ("childhood"), the third was Treva ("youth"), the fourth was Dromar ("adulthood"), and the last was Crosis ("death").
In addition to being godlike themselves, each dragon has a characteristic associated with belonging to the Ur-Dragon, the spirit of all dragonkind. Each characteristic can be found in the flavor text of its respective attendant golem.
Dragon species[edit | edit source]
Alabaster dragons[edit | edit source]
Artifact dragons[edit | edit source]
Draco is a powerful artifact dragon. It is not known what Draco is or originally was, but the artwork suggests that it might had been a natural dragon (Instead of a pure artificial construct) that was later modified with certain metallic parts. Other artifact dragons are Tek and the Clockwork Dragon  Teeka's dragon was an artificial dragon created by the artificer Teeka in the short story "Better Mousetrap" in the Distant Planes anthology.
Canopy dragons[edit | edit source]
Krosan dragons[edit | edit source]
The Krosan dragons of Otaria have no wings but have six legs, are covered in thorny armor and breathe a magical vapor that causes wild vegetation to grow in their presence. Smaller Krosan dragons called dragonettes were used in the Cabal's pits. However, this caused a fully-grown dragon to come to Cabal City to try to avenge its kin.
Nalathni dragons[edit | edit source]
Nekoru[edit | edit source]
Nekoru, or Cat-Dragons, are cat-like beings with reptilian wings from Jamuraa. It is unknown whether they where actually descendants from the Elder Dragons, although their non-reptilian bodies seem to suggest otherwise.
The nekoru Wasitora played an important role in the second Legends Cycle. The race was revisited in Time Spiral — when Teferi's host is transported to Madara near Talon Gates thanks to the call of Nicol Bolas, the party meets the nekoru prince Yurei-teki.
The name "Nekoru" comes from the Japanese word "Neko", for "cat", and "ru" (or "ryu"), for "dragon". Literally translated it means "cat-dragon".
Shivan dragons[edit | edit source]
The red and gold Shivan dragons are the most powerful red-aligned dragons and hail from the island of Shiv. They are as intelligent as humans, and are adept at spellcasting. They are bound together in bands called broods, each led by a broodlord. Sometimes they allied themselves with the Viashino of their homeland; sometimes they fought against them. Historically, the strongest of the Shivan Dragons bears the title of Champion of Shiv. After Teferi phased out a large chunk of Shiv, some of these dragons tried to rebuild their native land and many journeyed away to seek any opportunity to restore the broken pride of their race; Rorix Bladewing was one of those dragons. Rorix fought and died in the Grand Coliseum, but after his death he was reanimated as Bladewing the Risen.
Th dragons of Shiv have spent centuries in hiding after the devastation of the Phyrexian invasion, but they have taken flight again after the Great Mending. They are now part of the Shivan Nation. However, the reign of the reincarnated Darigaaz is contested by the Bladewing brood.
Vampiric dragons[edit | edit source]
Viashivan Dragons[edit | edit source]
Viashivan dragons were Jamuraan dragons rivaling the Shivan dragons in power.
Innistrad Dragons[edit | edit source]
Dragons are extremely rare on Innistrad, mostly confined to the remotest parts of the Geier Reach in Stensia. Most of these dragons are brutal fire-breathers that prey on any creature that strays into their territories. However, some do prefer vampire or werewolf game, making them "benevolent". These are the Moonveil Dragons, named for their shimmering wings that reflect moonlight, which are considered good omens when seen flying.
Mercadian dragons[edit | edit source]
Two-headed dragons[edit | edit source]
Mirrodin dragons[edit | edit source]
Clockwork dragons[edit | edit source]
Furnace dragons[edit | edit source]
The furnace dragons lived on Mirrodin. They were brought there by Memnarch's soul traps and parts of their bodies were turned into metal by the mycosynth that grows inside Mirrodin. The metal components augmented their offensive power and mobility. Furnace dragons had a literal furnace inside their chest, which generated both their breath weapon and bursts of fire from "exhaust vents" in their wings. Unlike most other dragons, they didn't glide on wind currents; they flew through Mirrodin's skies on pure explosive power. Their metallic modifications left them inherently unstable. Overloading their furnaces for particularly large periods of flame-production could have explosive repercussions. A known (although possibly mythic) furnace dragon is Chiss-Goria.
Hellkites[edit | edit source]
Steel Hellkites were dragon that lived on Mirrodin before its corruption. Hellkite Igniters were known to wreath themselves into flame when taking flight. Hoard-Smelter Dragons hoarded large amounts of metal, collecting the precious metals and smelting the rest.
New Phyrexian dragons[edit | edit source]
Kaladeshi dragons[edit | edit source]
Dragons on Kaladesh are more feline, with tiger-like features. Their favorite prey are the sky whales that drift through the aethersphere, but they also hunt other large creatures that intrude into their territory. Some are believed to to nest in the highest towers of the Freejam, where they occaisonally harass skyships.
Kamigawa dragons[edit | edit source]
Dragon Spirits[edit | edit source]
The dragon spirits are powerful kami of Kamigawa. There are five, one for each color of magic. During the Spirit War, they did not side with O-Kagachi (who himself is considered a dragon, but this has no relevance in the plot), but remained true to their pledge to protect several important places of the mortals.
- Yosei, the Morning Star protected Eiganjo. He was ripped apart in the battle against O-Kagachi, but survived and helped the Eiganjoan refugees in the battle against the hordes of the Myojin of Infinite Rage.
- Keiga, the Tide Star protected Minamo. She was killed (if kami can be killed) by Hidetsugu and his yamabushi minions during their attack on the school.
- Jugan, the Rising Star protected the forest of Jukai. In the initial stages of the war, he was summoned by the monks of the Order of the Sacred Bell to fight in the Battle of Silk. He was killed, but blessed the monks with power even after he was gone. During the final stages of the war he was summoned by Sosuke and Sachi to aid the Orochi against the Soratami invaders. Apparently he had the ability to come back from the dead (perhaps all kami can).
- Kokusho, the Evening Star was the guardian of the Takenuma swamp.
- Ryusei, the Falling Star was the guardian of the Sokenzan mountains.
The Kamigawa vignette on Kiki-Jiki reveals that there are more dragons on Kamigawa and that not all of them sided against O-Kagachi. Nothing more is known about them though.
It is important to note that while they have the shape of a dragon, they are in fact spirits foremost. This is an important distinction when considering the planeswalker Ugin who is known as a spirit dragon and therefore does not have as much in common with them as one would assume.
Dragons here are more closely based on the lung of chinese mythology, much as Kamigawa's dragons are based on the ryu. They are divine creatures associated with white mana, giving them a light-oriented spin on 'firebreathing'. The primordial dragon Yinglong gave birth to kirin and phoenixes and latter to all hairy and flying creatures of the world, granting it the title of Ancestor Dragon.
Phyrexian dragons[edit | edit source]
Dragon engines[edit | edit source]
Dragon engines were dragon-like creatures of unknown origin that lived in the first sphere of Phyrexia. Phyrexian dragon engines are as intelligent and swift as organic dragons, not in the slightest hampered by their mechanical origins. They were used by Mishra during the Brothers' War (he used real Phyrexian dragon engines and his own versions, only pale shadows of the original Phyrexian ones) and by Phyrexia itself in the Invasion.
Remains of them can still be found in Dominaria among the wreckage of the Invasion. Many of Dominaria's goblin tribes believe that carrying a gear or cog from a dragon engine will keep other dragons from attacking the bearer.
Ravnican Dragons[edit | edit source]
On the plane of Ravnica, with dragons deemed too dangerous to exist, the Guildpact was signed in part to rid the world of such beings; around the Decamillennial nearly all of them had been killed. The most significant exception being Niv-Mizzet, the parun and Guildleader of the Izzet League who had led the hunt against the others of his kind.
Shadowmoor Dragons[edit | edit source]
Shandalar Dragons[edit | edit source]
Not much is known about the dragons of Shandalar, only that they seem to prefer to make their lairs away from civilization, like in the mountains of Valkas. One specimen, Kalyntri, lived near the Kapsho Sea and ruled over the local drakes. His rule was ended by Talrand when the dragon refused to submit to the hydromancer.
Astral dragons[edit | edit source]
Theros Dragons[edit | edit source]
Dragons are also among the numerous beasts found in Theros. Theran Dragons range from about the size of a monitor lizard to the size of a small kraken. They rule the skies above the highest mountains of Theros, preying on rocs, griffins, and large animals such as boar. The Akroans revere the majesty of the large dragons and fashion their helm crests to resemble a dragon's dorsal crest. Most of the dragon broods are associated with a powerful dragon called Thraxes, who is believed to rest in Purphoros sacred peak. Sparks from Purphoros forge are told to fill the belly of every dragon. Theran dragon variants have been observed to use lightning and magma besides their usual fiery breath.
Tarkir Dragons[edit | edit source]
In present day Tarkir, dragons were originally extinct, leading to Sarkhan Vol's fascination with them as a planeswalker. They were born from Ugin's elemental storms, which spawned different types of dragons in accordance to the mana in different terrains.  These beasts once terrorized the plane's inhabitants; as such, the local clans hunted them to extinction, a task made easier by Ugin's death at the hands of Nicol Bolas and the subsequent end to the elemental storms. However, Sarkhan eventually traveled back in time, bringing dragons back to life as he saved Ugin's life, and thus the storms. As the dragon slumbered, the storms increased over several years, to the point that Tarkir was more overrun by dragons than ever. Eventually, however, each of the clans surrendered to the reptiles, and the dragons have lorded over them ever since in the timeline.
Dragon Broods[edit | edit source]
- Dromoka's Brood, named after their female champion, were revered by the Abzan Houses for their endurance. They were robust, ankylosaur-like beasts well protected by scaly armor, and breathed beams of light. They were drawn to Tarkir's hot and sunlit deserts. They attacked the Abzan over their "necromantic" ways, seeing their summoning of the spirits of the ancestors as an affront to nature and life, and thus massacred them until their khan, Daghatar, was brought before Dromoka's presence in the new timeline, years after Ugin's injury. Learning why she acted as she did, he ordered the end of the Abzan kin-tree traditions, installing instead a pact with the dragons.
- Ojutai's Brood, named after their male champion, were admired by the Jeskai Way. They were lithe, feathered winged creatures drawn to Tarkir's cold peaks, and with an icy breath. They were cunning and treacherous, forcing the Jeskai into a battle of wits for their own survival. Though Ojutai's motivation to kill the Jeskai was never made entirely clear, he and his brood established themselves as exceptionally dogmatic individuals after taking over the Jeskai, when they attacked the meeting of the khans. Accepting Shu Yun's terms of surrender, Ojutai ordered the execution of every ghostfire Jeskai warrior. Finally, as the new leader, he demanded that the records of the Jeskai were edited to rewrite history in his favor, declaring himself ruler and the clan abolished. 
- Silumgar's Brood, named after their male champion, were inspirational to the Sultai Brood. They were snake headed creatures with a corrosive, venomous breath, associated with the misty jungles and swamps, stealing treasure and spreading death everywhere. In the new timeline, the Sultai khan offended the Rakshasa and the Nagas, prompting them to abandon the clan, forcing them thus to make a pact with Silumgar and his brood. Tasigur betrayed the other khans by revealing to the location of their meeting, under the promise of a special place of power under Silumgar's regime. 
- Kolaghan's Brood, named after their female champion, were imitated by the Mardu Horde. They were slim creatures with four feathered wings and an assortment of frills and spines, capable of conjuring lightning. Taking dominion over the hills and steppes, they fought viciously against the Mardu. In the new timeline, Kolaghan and her brood initially established themselves as the sole non-tyrannical dragons, not interested in enslaving the Mardu. In time, however, the dragonlord became a fearsome leader, using violence, cruelty, and her trademark unpredictability to keep the clan in line. 
- Atarka's Brood, named after their female champion, were honored by the Temur Frontier. They were robust, bestial dragons with antlers and horns and fur, breathing green flames. Preferring the cold slopes, they were driven by hunger alone. In the new timeline, Atarka's barely sapient mentality proved to be the salvation to the Temur, as Yasova satiated her hunger by feeding her mammoth carcasses, distracting the dragons from attacking her clan. 
Tarkiran Elders[edit | edit source]
Following the rise of the broodlords and the passage of time, the dragons matured to new levels of power, gaining the additional title of Elder. While these five dragons are no doubt the most powerful on Tarkir, the term is used separately of the Elder Dragons that once waged war across the multiverse, making them a distinct breed of dragon rather than dragons of the same caliber as those ancient creatures. 
Zendikar Dragons[edit | edit source]
The dragons of Zendikar are mainly found on Akoum, but have appeared in mountainous regions all over the plane. The dragons of Zendikar are not particularly intelligent, focusing solely on the hunt for prey and the devastation of perceived threats.
Dragon tokens[edit | edit source]
|Dragon||Red||Creature — Dragon||2/2|| Flying
: This creature gets +1/+0 until end of turn.
|Red||Creature — Dragon||4/4||Flying|
|Red||Creature — Dragon||5/5||Flying|
|Red||Creature — Dragon||6/6||Flying|
|Red/Green||Creature — Dragon||1/1||Flying, devour 2|
|Dragon Egg||Red||Creature — Dragon Egg||0/2|| Defender
When this creature dies, create a 2/2 red Dragon creature token with flying and ": This creature gets +1/+0 until end of turn."
named Karox Bladewing
|Red||Legendary Creature — Dragon||4/4||Flying|
|Dragon Spirit||Blue||Creature — Dragon Spirit||5/5||Flying|
|Cat Dragon||Black/Red/Green||Creature — Cat Dragon||3/3||Flying|
|Dragon||Gold||Creature — Dragon||4/4||Flying|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Dragon Engine isn't a dragon, it is a construct.
- Nalathni Dragon is the only dragon with banding.
- The lord-like enchantment Crucible of Fire grants +3/+3 to dragons you control.
- Dragonshift changes creatures into 4/4 blue and red dragons with flying.
- Dance of the Skywise changes creatures into 4/4 blue dragon illusions.
- The Shichifukujin Dragon is one of only a handful of unique Magic cards in existence (meaning there's only one copy in existence).
- The Nira, Hellkite Duelist's keywords of Heroes of the Realm are an equivalent of Mega Dragnai Dragon's keywords of Duel Masters.
- Catacomb Dragon, Crux of Fate, and Glorybringer are the only cards that refers to non-dragons.
- "Dragons" is used as an anchor word for the Siege-cycle in Fate Reforged
See also[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Alaran Dragons[edit | edit source]
A young dragon from Jund. Art by Daarken.
A Broodmother with her young from Jund. Art by Jaime Jones.
A dragon from Jund. Art by Jaime Jones.
A demon-dragon from Grixis. Art by Karl Kopinski.
A subjugated dragon on Esper. Art by Jesper Ejsing.
Dominarian Dragons[edit | edit source]
An Alabaster Dragon. Art by Bob Eggleton.
A draco. Art by Sam Wood.
A Nalathni dragon communicating with an Olesian ally.
A canopy dragon. Art by Alan Rabinowitz.
An Imperial Hellkite. Art by Matt Cavotta.
A Rimescale Dragon. Art by Jeff Easley.
A Quicksilver Dragon. Art by Ron Spencer.
A Shivan dragon. Art by Donato Giancola.
A Volcanic Dragon from Shiv. Art by Chris Rahn.
A Viashivan Dragon. Art by Ian Miller.
A Bogardan Hellkite. Art by Scott M. Fischer.
A young Nekoru. Art by Cynthia Sheppard.
Wasitora, an adult Nekoru. Art by Cynthia Sheppard.
Worldgorger Dragon, a draconic nightmare. Art by Wayne England.
Innistrad Dragons[edit | edit source]
A malevolent dragon of Innistrad. Art by Eric Deschamps.
A benevolent dragon of Innistrad. Art by Todd Lockwood.
Mirrodin/New Phyrexia Dragons[edit | edit source]
A young Furnace dragon. Art by Matt Cavotta.
An adult Furnace dragon. Art by Matthew D. Wilson.
A furnace dragon on its hoard. Art by Eric Deschamps.
A phyrexianized dragon affiliated with Urabrask. Art by James Ryman.
Ravnica Dragons[edit | edit source]
A dragon on Ravnica in service of the Izzet. Art by Dan Scott.
An enslaved dragon of the Rakdos on Ravnica. Art by Kev Walker.
A free dragon on Ravnica. Art by Mark Zug.
Tarkir Dragons[edit | edit source]
A dragon from the Dromoka brood. Art by Clint Cearly.
A dragon from the Ojutai brood. Art by Zack Stella.
A dragon from the Silumgar brood. Art by Filip Burburan.
A dragon from the Atarka brood. Art by Peter Mohrbacher.
Other Dragons[edit | edit source]
Astral Dragon summoned by Kenan Sahrmal. Art by Bo Hampton.
A dragon from Amonkhet. Art by Sam Burley.
A dragon from Shadowmoor. Art by Steve Prescott.
A dragon from Fiora. Art by Michael Komarck.
A dragon from Kaladesh. Art by Tyler Jacobsen.
A dragon spirit from Kamigawa. Art by Martina Pilcerova.
A dragon from Mercadia. Art by Sam Wood.
A dragon from Shandalar. Art by Lucas Graciano.
A dragon from Theros. Art by Lucas Graciano.
A dragon from Zendikar. Art by Tyler Jacobsen.
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- Flavor text of Spawn of Thraxes
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