- In the deepest recesses of the Sea of Anayrahm lives the aptly-named trench dragon. With a home so far from the sun, the trench dragon relies on its own dark magic glow to shed light on the gloom of the deep sea. As you might imagine it can get pretty boring down there in the dark - good thing it's easy to make friends in your park!
- —Nogard's description of the trench dragon in The Book of Dragons
Trench Dragon can construct thier pary with thier long and flexable body.
Trench dragons use Erebomancy to create a green glow around them. This is useful for vision in their dark natural habitat.
much like most of the dark dragons, trench dragons are very sensitive to light.
Behavior and Personality
Relationship to Wizards
When in a park
How to care for
The trench dragon was discovered by famous deep-sea diver, Mariana, in her explorations. The Anahraym Trench was considered too deep and too dark for any dragon to live in, even the abyss dragon. So when Mariana saw the faint light of a trench dragon approach her at almost 10,000 metres below sea level, she thought it was a side effect of the Air-Giving Spell wearing off. The trench dragon brought her up to the surface, at the cost of its own life. From then on, Mariana dedicated her whole life to the study of these miraculous new creatures,
Origin of Name
Trench dragon were named after the fact that they were discovered and mainly live in oceanic trenches.
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