Dragonarchs

The Dragonarchs (Archæans) are primordial beings who taught the Twelve Walkers how to create life. Classically numbered at fifteen, the Dragonarchs each made a breed of dragon to perform a duty to the world, some more heinous than others.

After the lesson of life was taught to the Walkers, the Dragonarchs left to a mysterious location. They returned later, after the Walker's children had been fighting for ages. In their anger at the misguided use of their lesson, the Dragonarchs let out a shrill keen, or some say a mighty roar, that shattered the world and separated the planes.

Although no holy text mentions it, popular belief holds that after the Dragonarchs broke the world, they lied down to die and their immense corpses hardened and became the Wyrmspire Montains. The only Dragonarch left was Tiamat, who wanders the earth to this day sowing misery. They location of Tiamat's promised grave is said to be the valley Dra’kost Udoli.

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List of Dragonarchs


  • Io - Supreme Dragon God, Creator of Dragonkind. Notable for their alignment being "J) All of the above."
  • Bahamut - God of Metallic Dragons, Justice, Honor and Righteousness.
  • Tiamat - Goddess of Chromatic Dragons, Avarice, Envy and Wrath. Notable for having one head for each traditional chromatic dragon.
  • Aasterinian - Goddess of Change.
  • Astilabor - Goddess of Hoards.
  • Chronepsis - God of Fate, Death and Judgment.
  • Falazure - God of Enervation, Undeath and Necromancy.
  • Garyx - God of Devastation.
  • Hlal - Goddess of Humor, Stories, Songs and Freedom.
  • Lendys - God of Justice.
  • Sardior - God of Gem Dragons, Psionics, The Night and Secrets.
  • Tamara - Goddess of Healing and Compassion.
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