- The Great Witch Rudna was having a dream about potions and her famous Parkes Poultice when she awoke to an amazing sight. A silver dragon helping a gold dragon carry away some of Thatche's treasure. Little did she know, it was the first sighting of a second treasure dragon.
- —Nogard's description of the silver dragon in The Book of Dragons
Argentum Silver Dragon
This is the "normal" silver dragon, having pure silver scales and white fur at some places.
Likely a natural crossbreed of silver dragons and Steel Dragons, these dragons have harder, darker scales and no fur, yet some iron horns orotruding around their neck. They are seen as a variant of the silver dragon because they bear more resemblance to it, and keep their Treasure element.
Alpaca Silver Dragon
Interestingly, this variant has only a few silver scales on it forehead; the rest contain mixtures of copper, zinc, and nickel. This variant is found closer to urban areas.
The silver scales and blinding reflection, along with the captivating beauty, make this dragon have few predators.
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