The Green Dragon
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Green dragons have a bad temper and are cruel, mean and rude. They hate goodness. They love conspiracies and constantly try to enslave other creatures in the forest, killing those who cannot be frightened or intimidated.
Description of the green dragon
Many small horns grow on the forehead, the curved jaw and the chin of the dragon. Its crest starts between its eyes, reaches its maximum height behind the skull and extends over the whole body. A smell of chlorine attaches to the dragon, and its scales shine with a burst of emerald.
The scales of a newborn green dragon are thin, very small and dark green that looks almost black. With age, they grow and fade, turning forest green, emerald and olive green, allowing them to blend in with the vegetation. They never become as thick as the scales of other dragons, and remain smooth and flexible.
It takes very little provocation for a green dragon (and sometimes no provocation) to attack a creature of any size. If the potential opponent intrigues the dragon or seems particularly dangerous to him, he will follow him to try to determine the best time to strike and the most appropriate tactic. If the creature really looks great, the dragon will first use its breath, a cloud of poisoned chlorine. On the other hand, if the creature seems rather weak to him, he will quickly let himself be seen to fully appreciate the terror he hopes to create. When he gets tired of the game, he kills the creature with one of his physical attacks to prolong his agony.
Sometimes, when confronted with humans or half humans, the dragon will try to control the opponent by intimidation and the use of his power of suggestion. Green dragons like to question humans, especially adventurers, about their society, their abilities and news about the region, and to discover the location of treasures.
Green dragons inhabit the forests of temperate and subtropical regions: the older the forest is and the larger the trees, the more likely it is that you will encounter a green dragon. They appreciate the smell and appearance of the undergrowth, and consider the entire forest they inhabit as their domain. A green dragon will sometimes have relationships with other evil creatures in the forest, who keep it informed of what is happening in the area in exchange for their lives. If his forest covers hills, he will try to reduce the giants of the hills that inhabit them to slavery, because he considers them his worst enemies. Green dragons establish their caves in underground caves buried deep under the forest.
Green dragons usually live alone. When a family of green dragons is encountered, the female will attack immediately, while the male takes the young to safety. Despite their evil nature, green dragons adore their children and will sacrifice their own lives to save them.
Although we have seen green dragons eat almost anything, including shrubs and small trees when they are hungry enough, they consider elves to be a delicacy. The giants of the hills chase away the young green dragons, whose flesh is for them a refined dish.