Dracolich, Dragon-skeleton Or Undead Brought Back To Life
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The draccolish is an undead dragon that has lost none of its power.
Created and popularized by licenses such as Dungeons and Dragons, Warhammer, Warcraft, Guild Wars, the dracolich is not based on any myth and has become a classic in heroic-fantasy worlds.
If a dragon is a feared creature that can inspire fear, so is the dracolich. Although he came back from the dead, this undead dragon has lost none of his strength and he seems to have come straight out of the worst nightmares.
Appearance and powers
Sinister, all that remains of him is his bones, sometimes with a few pieces of flesh and partly torn wings, which allow him to fly forever. Its orbits are empty, animated by a glow that makes it look evil. Despite the fact that he has lost the ability to spit fire or another type of breath, he retains all his other powers and strength. Its resistance is increased because it no longer has any flesh and it even becomes insensitive to most weapons. It is almost immortal like all liches and its weak point is the same as them. The only way to defeat him permanently is to destroy his phylactery, which contains his spirit.
Dracoliche Nature and origins
A dracolich is always an evil creature, whether it is a dragon brought back to life by a powerful necromancy ritual or a dragon of evil nature that has transformed itself to prolong its existence. The latter are the most formidable dracoliches, acting of their own free will and having no master. To reach this state during their lifetime, they must drink a poison-based beverage, often simply called a drape potion. He kills them all at once and places his mind in the phylactery.
- Role-playing games: Dungeons and Dragons (Wizards of the Coast), Pathfinder (Black Book)
- Board games: Warhammer (Games Workshop)
- Card games : Magic The gathering (Wizards of the Coast)
- Video games: World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Blizzard), Guild Wars 2 (NCSoft), Castelvania Lord of Shadow (Konami), Neverwinter (Perfect World)