Mighty and terrible, Dragons are awesome to behold. Or so the few survivors say anyway. They have a historically ill temper, which combines with a strong territorial aggression and arrogant greed to make any area they’ve claimed inherently dangerous to be in. Legends and stories surrounding dragons are as varied as the many colors they come in, so here will be covered only broad assumptions of cultures. But it should be noted that dragons are an intelligent and cunning creature, so each individual is likely to be unique and cannot accurately be judged on hearsay and rumor alone.
In the Mahi-Tahi, dragons are the first children of MoeMare. Made in his image, they too much resembled their progenitor. Rather than steward the land in his absence, they fought, squabbled, and schemed to gain as much as they could. The overthrowing of their rule in ancient times is often credited as being the key event that bound the three different races together. Dragons are still respected as the children of MoeMare, but they are not revered. Over the centuries there have been scattered dealing with them and the scaly folk, both beneficial and antagonistic.
The refugees in the Horizon Alliance had hoped to leave dragons behind, along with the other horrors of their past, when they came to the new world. They were dismayed to learn that this new land still had dragons, albeit in strange new colors. Like their mainland counterparts, the dragons were unimpressed by the arrival of firearms, showing fear of them as much as any other weapon wielded by puny upstarts.