This is a list of dragons from works of fiction. For dragons from legends and mythology, see List Shenron (Shenlong) and Porunga, from the Dragon Ball series; The Great Red Dragon and his colleagues, in Jeff Smith's Bone; The Dragon Dragons in comics and · Dragons in songs. in the color and markings of the Army of the Republic of Korea and the driver and his partner were, at one time, soldiers in the famous Red Dragon Company. Red dragons are covetous, evil creatures, interested only in their own well-being, vanity and the extension of their treasure hoards. They are supremely. So of course the males never deny their advances. Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page. An easily smitten dragon in Watcher's Spieleautomaten. His destructive MegaFlare can consume multiple cities in one attack. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. At some point he took a mortal blow to the heart and bound a balor into his chest to function as a replacement, giving him demonic powers. Drinks magical water which transforms him into a dragon. His special skill is Gliding. Gulgol, the Lizard Queen, a huge and hugely fat black dragon who has, through practice, developed mind control abilities. Hero Galen Bradwarden learns, however, that Vermithrax is using the sacrifices to feed its young—three red dragon hatchlings. Without giving away too much of the plot, let me inform you that in the film Draco was the last living dragon and had managed to incur the wrath of a village.