Wild dragons are incredibly rare these days, having been hunted to the verge of extinction on the Northern Continent. Even on the Southern Continent, dragons only thrive in areas without significant development. This is quite simply due to the amount of food a dragon requires; if people and their herds are within a dragon’s hunting range, they are considered prey.
Wild dragons can grow much larger than their cousins, Domesticated Dragons. The largest wild dragon recorded was 78 feet long, but it is believed that they can grow even larger. Dragons come in a variety of colors, and typically have two long horns, spines growing down their backs, and barbed tails.
A red dragon is one of the symbols of Milan.