Dragon Mark

Dragonmarks are physical manifestations of the Draconic Prophecy. They are more intricate than a birthmark and more distinct than a tattoo. There are twelve families of dragonmarks; originally there were thirteen, but no living creature now possesses the destroyed Mark of Death. In addition to being a status symbol, the dragonmarks provide the bearer with magical talents.

Dragonmarks typically appear in the bearer’s adolescence as they pass through puberty, however this is not exclusively the case. There are three distinct manifestations of each dragonmark that correlate in size, intricacy and power. As the dragonmark gains power (from least to greater) it will expand in size and complexity rather than forming a different mark. Often the mark will manifest first as a least mark and through study and focus the bearer increases his power and with this increase the dragonmark also increases granting additional abilities. However there are some who will manifest even a greater mark without explanation. Individuals who manifest even a least dragonmark however can expect at least some change in their lifestyle as they find new and better employment opportunities within their guilds as well as new social avenues to explore.

The Dragon Marks

  • The Mark of Detection
  • The Mark of Finding
  • The Mark of Handling
  • The Mark of Healing
  • The Mark of Hospitality
  • The Mark of Making
  • The Mark of Passage
  • The Mark of Scribing
  • The Mark of Sentinel
  • The Mark of Shadow
  • The Mark of Storm
  • The Mark of Warding
  • The Mark of Death

Dragon Mark

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