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The Great Spirits are the main deities recognized by dragons.

Differently from many other deities worshipped by the hominids, the dragons doesn't have an organized religion nor give tributes or ceremonies to the Spirits, but mostly use their names to tell mythological parables to the hatchlings.

Sometimes adult dragons invoke or curse the name of the Spirits if surprised, shocked or distressed.


The Great Spirits: Edit

All of Spirits appear to be subjected to Sun and Moon, all of them are said to have been creators, unable to kill by will (except by accidents).

They were involved in creating the Upper and Lower World, after request by Sun and Moon, and later after the creation of animals and blighters, all together worked to create the Dragons.

Eventually each of them created an homind race, hoping to demonstrate superiority in creating each a race able to kill the dragons.


Spirit of Air Believed to have created the animals, after the request of the Sun Took part at the creation of Dragons, gifting them the ability to fly Believed to have created the humans.


Spirit of Water Believed to have created the plants, after the request of the Sun. Took part at the creation of Dragons, gifting them the strength. Believed to have created the elves.


Spirit of Earth Believed to have created the blighters, together the Spirit of Fire, after request of the Moon, to destroy the animals. Took part at the creation of Dragons, gifting them the armor of scales. Believed to have created the dwarves.


Spirit of Fire Believed to have created the blighters, together the Spirit of Fire, after request of the Moon, to destroy the animals. Took part at the creation of Dragons, gifting them the ability to create flame. Believed to have taught magic to some individuals.

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