Species Creed From the might of the stars, we unite as one (circa 1943)
Homeworld Draconizica
Habitat High tech cities, ruins, wastelands, forests, jungles, temples
Species Type Main Species
Size Height varies by species

Lenght varies by species

Diet Omnivourous
Affiliated Colony La Unione di Draghi (Italy)
Language Draconizican, Hynnody
Sapience Level Sapient
Sisterspecies Human-Dragons, Humans, List of Dragon Species
Dragon Transfer Level varies by species

The Draconizican Empire is an advanced race of sapient Dragons, dating as far back to the birth of the universe. They are the second species in the Unity of Three. They have grown into an intelligent race, being able to construct cities, ships, weapons and methods of transportation. They have many species, including bipedal dragons that are able to stand upright and shifters whom can take human form and shift into a dragon. They take interest in science and experimentation and have countless planets under their control. They are docile, calm, and nice, unlike their rivals, the Crotonians. To recuperate from the war with the Crotonians, a small squadron of their empire sought Earth during its Pre-Cambrian era and settled down (despite the extreme heat and tectonic activity). Since then, they have been a regular part of Earth society, but have refrained from using their advanced technology. The Earth dragons still keep in touch with the main empire. They have eight main languages, but the most studied by humans is: Hynnody, Drakener, Ususos, and the CVL (Computer Variables, also called Numbers Language, which is used only for dragon-made computers). They prefer to keep a race alive once they claim it and occasionally mix their race with the ones they’ve taken. The name of their Earth empire is Antonin.

Past and FutureEdit

They began when their Dragon-god was formed from Stardust and landed on a distant star. After the first society of Dragons was born, he moved them to a nearby planet. By the time Society 2 dragons were born, they were already able to construct hut-houses. Many years later as they developed they became more advance and had constructed their own cities, added additional species, and made advances to their languages. As their advancements grew, so did their awareness of other races, and thus starting the lifelong hunt to control every alien race that lives. They set out on command and conquer missions, almost all resulting in a success. They follow their Moral Code, which was to kill only if needed.


The dragons have many species and sub-species, most of them undocumented. The most "precious" and "endangered" of the dragon race is the Cuvarian. They are tan-ish creatures with pink (or brown depending on the sex) spots on their faces. They are the only Dragons in existence that can power the dragon mega-weapon "Seinar." The very few hundred species that are known fall into the category "most commonly seen." King Dragons are small, usually the size of a dog, and are extremely feral. They have "fin-crowns" on their head that stretches all the way down to their cheek bone via the spikes on their head. Most of them are black with red markings and yellow eyes. Another most commonly seen species is the Shatterhorn. They prefer the jungles, and tend to head-butt their enemies with the sharp horns on their heads. The other most commonly seen species and sub spieces are the Modern dragons (the city dwellers).


There are eight languages of the Dragon language. Raisyûn is the language of the ancient Dragons. It consists of strange words that are only suited spoken by a dragon's tongue.

Unity of ThreeEdit

The Dragon race is the second species in the "Unity of Three." The unity is a closed-group of advanced alien races that have progressed farther than any race in neighboring galaxies. The Crozethians make up the first of the Unity, the Dragons are the second, and the Crotonians are third. There is a strong debate among Oxford scholars that say it should be four. A hidden race, one that transcends the Dragons and Crozethians, had been "born" before them. An Oxford scholar, Ryan Eggert, called them the "Alma Maters of the galaxy." The name Alma Mater is in fact the true name of the hidden race, but nobody knows of their whereabouts.

Human DragonsEdit

A pressing matter on the Dragon homeworld is the appearance of human-dragons. They are 49% human, the rest being Dragon, and can change between the two forms. There is no way to identify a human dragon out of a crowd of regular humans.


The appearance varies by species, and they look much like traditional Dragons. There are also Wyvern species and a few other "armless" dragons. The only dragon that is very alien in it's appearance is the Quetzelcoatl of the Darsha planet.


Most of the dragon council is made up of eleven elders. These elder dragons are as old as the Vessel himself. Five out of the eleven elders are bipedal and withered. On the original expedition to Earth, the Vessel established a government of dragons. He anointed ten of his most trusted and eldest children to a “Ring of Trust” (Rifst en Fraut). Only eleven from the most worthy species were anointed. These serve as Second Command Voices when the Vessel is down, is in birthing, or is unable to battle and lead.

These commanding voices must have proper combat training and experience. The current leading body of voices is the ten Eldest Leaders of Draconizca. These leaders are bipedal and non-bipedal dragons.

Dragonshrines: What you need to knowEdit

{C}Songs in dragon languages can be used to power on a shrine. As you know, the shrine acts as a gateway to Valbaara. The Siphis Testament includes all Hynnody songs from the Dark Ages, and said songs can be used to transform a dragon or gain access to Valbaara. Besides Hynnody, Drakener songs can be used to amplify a shrine’s power. Songs, along with Hynnody glyphs or runes, are perfect for accessing Valbaara, but you have to have high clearance or rank.

Further ReadingEdit

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