Dragons of the World: Tunguska Dragon

The mighty Tunguska dragon, also known as the War Dragon, originates from the Siberian wastes of Eastern Europe.

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A subspecies of the common European dragon, the mighty Tunguska dragon, also known as the War Dragon, originates from the Siberian wastes of Eastern Europe.

Always black in color, these dragons are no longer found in the wild, having been domesticated by humans and bread over the centuries for use in war.  Their brute strength and considerable stamina, coupled with a generally dull-wittid sensibilty, unfortuntaley make them ideal for this purpose.

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Source: Drake’s Comprehensive Compendium of Dragonology, p. 11.

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