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Got 99 problems? Make sure that dragons tonight's game aren't one!

100 Dragons is a finely crafted list of mostly historically accurate and verisimilitudinous draconic beasts collected by our semi-professional dragonslayers. Perfect for your fighting dragons, legendary dragons, or just a history lesson.

In this list, unlike what we might expect from popular fantasy games, various beings we might not think of as dragons are presented as such for being dragon, drake or serpent-like. Worms/Wyrms and serpents in particular are featured as dragons in this list, as dragons have often traditionally been serpentine or associated with snakes.

A sample of what you might find:

30. Portuguese dragons, Coca. In Portuguese mythology coca is a female dragon that fights with Saint George. She loses her strength when Saint George cuts off one of her ears.

61. Slovenian tradition, The Ljubljana dragon. The protector dragon of Ljubljana. There are several explanations on the origin of the Ljubljana Dragon. According to the celebrated Greek legend, the Argonauts on their return home after having taken the Golden Fleece found a large lake surrounded by a marsh between the presentday towns of Vrhnika and Ljubljana. It is there that Jason struck down a monster. This monster has become the dragon that today is present on the city coat of arms and flag. It is historically more likely that the dragon was adopted from Saint George, the patron of the Ljubljana Castle chapel built in the 15th century.

87. Japanese mythology, the unnamed five-headed dragon subdued by the Buddhist goddess Benzaiten at Enoshima in Japan in A.D. 552. Benzaiten and a five-headed dragon are the central figures of the Enoshima Engi, a history of the shrines on Enoshima written by the Japanese Buddhist monk Kōkei in A.D. 1047. According to Kōkei, Benzaiten is the third daughter of the dragon-king of Munetsuchi.

This product is system and genre agnostic, so feel free to use it to fight your fantasy PCs, to name your tanks in any number of popular war games set in the far future, to add some realism to your virtual reality simulator adventures, or just to spark your own imagination!

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September 12th, 2017
The Good: Decent for writer's block, or the need to whip up an on the spot monster! A lot of inspiration from 'real world' myths, so it's also great if you want to flavor a game inspired by such a setting. The Bad: Rather bare bones, and you cou [...]
Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
February 24th, 2013
This is a fascinating collection of myths and legends concerning dragons from around the world. You might use them to inform your own campaign world's dragon legends - how much truth there is in them you will know and the characters will have to find [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 23, 2013.