Dracoforms are the various forms of large saurian creatures of tremendous intellect and magical power. What little we know of these great mythical beasts comes from the great dragon Dunkelzahn, whose famous 12-hour interview on January 27th, 2012 answered most of the world’s questions about dragons, the Awakening and magic in general. Dunkelzahn, however, was an enigma among dragons. Whereas most dragons are solitary creatures, more apt to see people and companies as ways to increase their wealth and/or power, the Big D was always in the public spotlight and led metahumanity through the dark years when magic first returned. Most dragons can take on a human form in order to fit into modern society.
Dracoform Types Edit
Greater Eastern Dragons Edit
Greater Feathered Serpents Edit
Greater Western Dragons Edit
- Alamais <Deceased>
- Dunkelzahn (Fourth World: Mountainshadow/Far-scholar) <Deceased>
- Feuerschwinge <Status:Debatable>
- Ghostwalker (Fourth World: Icewing/Dollmaker)
- Nachtmeister <Deceased>
Unnamed Drake Edit
Drake is one of the main antagonists in Shadowrun for SNES.
Drake is the final boss and reason Jake Armitage got amnesia and almost died. It has no real name and does not have any sort of explanation or reference in Shadowrun Returns or Dragonfall. He was only known as "Drake" and didn't have a special name, a specific allegiance or specification as a Great Dragon. Even not being developed, Drake was probably a Great Dragon, because of his power, his influence, his knowledge of magical beings as the Jester, and the fact that he was the owner of one of the biggest companies in 2050. The post-credits of the game state he and Jake would meet again in "Shadowrun II", but there was no sequel and he did not feature in Shadowrun Returns.
|SNES||Jake Armitage • Kitsune • Drake|
|Dragonfall||Monika Schäfer • Dietrich • Glory • Eiger • Blitz|
See Also Edit
- Category:Dragons for known/named dracoforms