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A Bedrock Drake


from two to twenty five feet tall


Various, though all display a protectiveness of something they consider theirs.


Just about anywhere, though warmer climates are preferred.

A drake is a carnivorous reptile that has a fanged mouth,clawed digits, and a serpentine tail. Some drakes move on two legs, keeping their forelimbs off the ground, while others walk on all fours. A few kinds of drakes have wings, and a number of them are capable of using their hand-like claws to manipulate objects. Savage drakes attack prey on sight, while domesticated drakes only attack if provoked or commanded. Trained drakes serve as guards, hunting companions, military animals, mounts, messengers, and even beasts of burden. Drakes do not speak but communicate using chirps, whistles, growls, and roars.


There are numerous different types of drakes, including:

  • City Drake: City drakes are small winged drakes that nest on tall buildings, gather in clutches, and menace the denizens of large cities. They like to steal valuable objects and only attack larger prey when they are famished or when their nests are disturbed. Like ravens, city drakes are social creatures that collect shiny objects. A city drake also has a keen homing instinct, so domesticated ones make great couriers for light objects and messages.
  • Helm Drake: Helm Drakes get their name from their coloration and large head frills. Their bodies are roughly 2 feet long with a short tail, and their over-sized head has large frills and spines similar to that of a mettalic dragon. They also have a small dorsal crest and small dark spots running in two lines down each side. Deceptively quick, they are just as comfortable in water as out of it. They are usually nocturnal.

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