Draco occidentalis maritimus These large dragons travel from pole to pole every year to remain in the darkest and coldest parts of the year. They travel in the spring and early autumn. They are known to be graceful swimmers.


The arctic and antarctic circle and they like to live in hollowed out caves of glaciers or icebergs


Giant squid, polar bear, orca, walrus, sea leopard


They are social animals (by dragon standards) and live in mirgatory groups, they often fly in a V formation but other formations have been reported. They are ambush hunters who hide themselves in the snow and ice then attack they're prey.


They have basic dragon biology but cannot breathe fire. They still have the flight bladders but with they're migrations they do not have the time nor reason to find the rock that dragons use to breathe fire. They instead have a venom spray that is alot like liquid nitrigen as it freezes on touch.


They are completely white are extremely resistant to the cold


Max Length: 40 feet

Height: 12-15 feet

They look like any other dragon but their spikes and crests look like jagged pieces of ice. They're scales usually come in white, very light blue or light pink.

Male DifferencesEdit

The Males have arrowhead tail tips.

Female DifferencesEdit

The females have leaf-shaped tail tips.

Tips for DemigodsEdit

Be ready when crossing a glacier in the arctic and antarctic circles. They dont attack humans very often but they are an aggresive breed. Watch out for they're claws and tail, stay away from the venom. Attack at the neck and chest.