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TOPIC | Marorek; A Skeleton Subspecies
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[b][u]TABLE OF CONTENTS[/u][/b] [LIST=1] [*][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729#post_2093729]Introduction + Subspecies lore + Thread rules [/url][*][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729#post_25025442]Subspecies requirements + Gene and Eye lore + Favored items[/url] [*][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729#post_25025581]Pinglist + Sellers + Art/Lore Writing Resources[/url] [*][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729#post_25025594]Templates + Banners[/url] [*][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729#post_25025595]Affiliates + Extras[/url] [/LIST] [center]A strange new “subspecies” of dragon has emerged on the lands of Sornieth, slowly spreading through various territories. Surprisingly adaptable and thoroughly cunning, these dragons are capable of thriving anywhere that food is available. They don't seem to have any elemental preference, as their versatility allows them to endure any harsh environments that Sornieth can provide; be it the bitter cold of the Southern Icefield, the arid landscape of the Highland Scrub, or the unforgiving nature of the Scarred Wasteland. [img]http://orig05.deviantart.net/8a05/f/2017/013/0/5/skeledurg_badge_1_by_silverstarsheep-dav9j11.png[/img][b][u][size=5]LORE[/size][/u][/b][img]http://orig12.deviantart.net/426a/f/2017/013/e/b/skeledurg_badge_3_by_silverstarsheep-dav9pf1.png[/img] An odd and particularly disturbing affliction has overtaken these dragons--one that seems to have emerged from the Wyrmwound itself. Almost as if they had been taken over by melanism, these dragon's scales, skin, and wings have all turned dark and nearly pitch black. Their scales lose the original density they once had, leaving them very soft and loose. It doesn't take long for these dragons to lose their scales entirely, and be incapable of growing them back. The loss of hair, fins, and even spikes will also happen. The most defining feature of this strange and gruesome virus is the loss of skin, which leaves the dragon's bones exposed for all to see. The most common affected sites on a dragon's body are usually the forearms, hind legs, and most notably, the face. While not entirely common, some dragons are left with more of their bones exposed, and on rare occasion, some dragons have completely lost all skin and are left as living skeletons. Wings are usually left intact, but are often prone to tearing if poorly maintained. Those afflicted and unfortunate enough to lose their ability of flight claim that this is the worst part of the disease. The disease has been called Melanossein (Melanism + Ossein), and dragons that have contracted it are called Marorek (Marrow + Wreck (Name courtesy of GoldenFazbear)) Dragons. The loss of skin is almost akin to any regular shedding, like that of a snake. Patches, and often even entire strips can be lost at a time, but unlike the usual case of shedding, no skin is left behind, or grows back in place of the old. It's as if the skin and muscles were never there in the first place. Due to this, these dragons focus more on keeping their bones strong and healthy, rather than fretting over their depleting skin and scales. The source of Melanossein is unknown at present, the victims unable to pinpoint when exactly they started showing symptoms. Between the itchiness and the darkening color of their scales, they aren’t entirely sure which was the first sign. While the disease is in fact contagious, it’s not severely so. Prolonged contact, the sharing of food and close relations with an infected dragon can spread the virus easily. Despite this rather horrific outcome, the dragons seem to be healthy, to the point of most of most their insides still being intact. The only organs that the disease seems to strike is the blood veins, which they seem to no longer need without skin, and the eyes, which has left a small few unfortunates blind. However, most retain their sight, with empty eye sockets and tiny, glowing white pinprick pupils instead. Due to the loss of their muscles and skin, these dragons are left rather weak and defenseless, held together by cartilage, sinew and their own inner magic. As such, they are best to avoid confrontation--however these dragons are also very quick, tactical and cunning. True strategists at heart, they can find a way to get the upper hand in any battle... Should it come to such. These dragons invest quite a lot in armor and keeping their bones as strong as possible. However, it’s increasingly common for them to become mages, over warriors. These dragons are still perfectly capable of breeding. Most seem to have adopted a Plague-like mentality of thriving and spreading, and have therefore not given up on finding mates. Hatchlings raised within these clans are born with the condition, and often hatch with their bones already exposed. Usually the hatchlings’ bones wind up much stronger than their parents, but they have the same chance of losing all of their skin and scales as they grow up. Those infected fortunately do not go through much pain during the process of losing their scales and skin. The worst some have described was severe itching, which is usually accompanied by an immense amount of shedding. Some have found remedies to ease some of the itching, but it's only temporary and does not prevent any shedding. Dragons that have been infected usually retain their original personality, but due to what the disease does to the body, they are usually rejected and banished by their original clans out of fear of it spreading. However, should they manage to find a group of dragons much like themselves, they are welcome to the clan with open arms. Some clans are more hostile towards those unaffected due to their past experiences, and have been noted to attack when anyone unwelcome draws near. some other clans are very welcoming... But keep their distance to avoid any possible vitriol or fear from arising. Thankfully Melanossein can only be spread between dragons. There have been no reports of other creatures or familiars contracting the virus, or suffering any adverse effects by remaining with their masters. Companionship is still very possible for infected dragons that remain with their original clans, but have been quarantined. The first two dragons that have been reported to contract Melanossein are Gashadokuro, a Spiral that lives up to his name, and Skelebella, a Nocturne who has embraced her new ghastly appearance. Both have changed their names after meeting one another, deciding that they should have names more suiting to their afflictions. Neither of them are sure how they managed to contract the disease, and found each other after being exiled from their original clans. The two of them are very close, and can be partially blamed for the further spreading of the disease. [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=29071953] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/290720/29071953_350.png[/img] [/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=29162323] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/291624/29162323_350.png[/img] [/url] All the same, they can also be "blamed" for the positive environment [i]some[/i] clans have taken on, as they encourage others to keep living on, not allowing the disease to stop them from living their lives despite their now haunting appearances. Of course, this doesn't mean that all Marorek dragons are kind and welcoming. There are a fair share of infected dragons that are frustrated with their lot, or simply bear ill will towards other dragons. Many of them have adopted the superstitions that unaffected dragons have created, further spreading worry and friction between the Marorek and other dragons. No known cure has been crated or discovered for Melanossein. A number of dragons have started to theorize that it is instead a mutation, rather than an outright plague. The true nature of the condition remains unknown, but it has caused a small uproar of fear upon its uprising. Despite Gashadokuo's and Skelebella's efforts to be ambassadors, Marorek dragons have earned themselves the nickname, "The Black Death," for clear reasons. Superstitions have run rampant, to the point where dragons consider the land that Marorek clans rest on to be cursed, infected by the Black Death that those dragons appear to carry. Stories of seeing a skeletal dragon claim that death would follow soon after--or that they too would fall prey to the Melanossein virus. [img]http://orig05.deviantart.net/8a05/f/2017/013/0/5/skeledurg_badge_1_by_silverstarsheep-dav9j11.png[/img][b][u][size=5]RULES[/size][/u][/b][img]http://orig12.deviantart.net/426a/f/2017/013/e/b/skeledurg_badge_3_by_silverstarsheep-dav9pf1.png[/img][/center] [list] [*]There is no registry at present. [*]Please be respectful and patient! Breeding cooldown is a thing, and so is life. [*]Lore updates will come when possible, and I will use the general pinglist when I make updates of this sort. [*]Be sure to look over the lore and the subspecies requirements carefully, especially if you want to breed more dragons to match this lore. The specified genes, colors and lore are what separates these from a dragon that just so happens to have a skeleton pattern on its hide! [*]You may make your own Marorek from scratch! Just make sure that it matches the lore requirements before adding the badge or lore to your dragon's bio. [*]Any user may breed and sell Marorek dragons, and I highly encourage you to advertise them on this thread. Please be sure to use the correct pinglist when doing so! [*]If breeding Marorek dragons, I highly encourage you put a corresponding badge in it's bio! This will link future users to the thread, and open up the possibility for lore for that particular dragon. [*]When selling dragons, you may price them how you wish. You may make them as cheap or expensive as you like! [*]Have fun adding lore to your dragons!! Feel free to share if you come up with something, new! [/list][u][/u]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
  1. Introduction + Subspecies lore + Thread rules
  2. Subspecies requirements + Gene and Eye lore + Favored items
  3. Pinglist + Sellers + Art/Lore Writing Resources
  4. Templates + Banners
  5. Affiliates + Extras




A strange new “subspecies” of dragon has emerged on the lands of Sornieth, slowly spreading through various territories. Surprisingly adaptable and thoroughly cunning, these dragons are capable of thriving anywhere that food is available. They don't seem to have any elemental preference, as their versatility allows them to endure any harsh environments that Sornieth can provide; be it the bitter cold of the Southern Icefield, the arid landscape of the Highland Scrub, or the unforgiving nature of the Scarred Wasteland.

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An odd and particularly disturbing affliction has overtaken these dragons--one that seems to have emerged from the Wyrmwound itself. Almost as if they had been taken over by melanism, these dragon's scales, skin, and wings have all turned dark and nearly pitch black. Their scales lose the original density they once had, leaving them very soft and loose. It doesn't take long for these dragons to lose their scales entirely, and be incapable of growing them back. The loss of hair, fins, and even spikes will also happen.

The most defining feature of this strange and gruesome virus is the loss of skin, which leaves the dragon's bones exposed for all to see. The most common affected sites on a dragon's body are usually the forearms, hind legs, and most notably, the face. While not entirely common, some dragons are left with more of their bones exposed, and on rare occasion, some dragons have completely lost all skin and are left as living skeletons. Wings are usually left intact, but are often prone to tearing if poorly maintained. Those afflicted and unfortunate enough to lose their ability of flight claim that this is the worst part of the disease.

The disease has been called Melanossein (Melanism + Ossein), and dragons that have contracted it are called Marorek (Marrow + Wreck (Name courtesy of GoldenFazbear)) Dragons.

The loss of skin is almost akin to any regular shedding, like that of a snake. Patches, and often even entire strips can be lost at a time, but unlike the usual case of shedding, no skin is left behind, or grows back in place of the old. It's as if the skin and muscles were never there in the first place. Due to this, these dragons focus more on keeping their bones strong and healthy, rather than fretting over their depleting skin and scales.

The source of Melanossein is unknown at present, the victims unable to pinpoint when exactly they started showing symptoms. Between the itchiness and the darkening color of their scales, they aren’t entirely sure which was the first sign. While the disease is in fact contagious, it’s not severely so. Prolonged contact, the sharing of food and close relations with an infected dragon can spread the virus easily.

Despite this rather horrific outcome, the dragons seem to be healthy, to the point of most of most their insides still being intact. The only organs that the disease seems to strike is the blood veins, which they seem to no longer need without skin, and the eyes, which has left a small few unfortunates blind. However, most retain their sight, with empty eye sockets and tiny, glowing white pinprick pupils instead.

Due to the loss of their muscles and skin, these dragons are left rather weak and defenseless, held together by cartilage, sinew and their own inner magic. As such, they are best to avoid confrontation--however these dragons are also very quick, tactical and cunning. True strategists at heart, they can find a way to get the upper hand in any battle... Should it come to such. These dragons invest quite a lot in armor and keeping their bones as strong as possible. However, it’s increasingly common for them to become mages, over warriors.

These dragons are still perfectly capable of breeding. Most seem to have adopted a Plague-like mentality of thriving and spreading, and have therefore not given up on finding mates. Hatchlings raised within these clans are born with the condition, and often hatch with their bones already exposed. Usually the hatchlings’ bones wind up much stronger than their parents, but they have the same chance of losing all of their skin and scales as they grow up.

Those infected fortunately do not go through much pain during the process of losing their scales and skin. The worst some have described was severe itching, which is usually accompanied by an immense amount of shedding. Some have found remedies to ease some of the itching, but it's only temporary and does not prevent any shedding.

Dragons that have been infected usually retain their original personality, but due to what the disease does to the body, they are usually rejected and banished by their original clans out of fear of it spreading. However, should they manage to find a group of dragons much like themselves, they are welcome to the clan with open arms. Some clans are more hostile towards those unaffected due to their past experiences, and have been noted to attack when anyone unwelcome draws near. some other clans are very welcoming... But keep their distance to avoid any possible vitriol or fear from arising.

Thankfully Melanossein can only be spread between dragons. There have been no reports of other creatures or familiars contracting the virus, or suffering any adverse effects by remaining with their masters. Companionship is still very possible for infected dragons that remain with their original clans, but have been quarantined.


The first two dragons that have been reported to contract Melanossein are Gashadokuro, a Spiral that lives up to his name, and Skelebella, a Nocturne who has embraced her new ghastly appearance. Both have changed their names after meeting one another, deciding that they should have names more suiting to their afflictions. Neither of them are sure how they managed to contract the disease, and found each other after being exiled from their original clans. The two of them are very close, and can be partially blamed for the further spreading of the disease.

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All the same, they can also be "blamed" for the positive environment some clans have taken on, as they encourage others to keep living on, not allowing the disease to stop them from living their lives despite their now haunting appearances.
Of course, this doesn't mean that all Marorek dragons are kind and welcoming. There are a fair share of infected dragons that are frustrated with their lot, or simply bear ill will towards other dragons. Many of them have adopted the superstitions that unaffected dragons have created, further spreading worry and friction between the Marorek and other dragons.


No known cure has been crated or discovered for Melanossein. A number of dragons have started to theorize that it is instead a mutation, rather than an outright plague. The true nature of the condition remains unknown, but it has caused a small uproar of fear upon its uprising.
Despite Gashadokuo's and Skelebella's efforts to be ambassadors, Marorek dragons have earned themselves the nickname, "The Black Death," for clear reasons.

Superstitions have run rampant, to the point where dragons consider the land that Marorek clans rest on to be cursed, infected by the Black Death that those dragons appear to carry. Stories of seeing a skeletal dragon claim that death would follow soon after--or that they too would fall prey to the Melanossein virus.


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  • There is no registry at present.
  • Please be respectful and patient! Breeding cooldown is a thing, and so is life.
  • Lore updates will come when possible, and I will use the general pinglist when I make updates of this sort.
  • Be sure to look over the lore and the subspecies requirements carefully, especially if you want to breed more dragons to match this lore. The specified genes, colors and lore are what separates these from a dragon that just so happens to have a skeleton pattern on its hide!
  • You may make your own Marorek from scratch! Just make sure that it matches the lore requirements before adding the badge or lore to your dragon's bio.
  • Any user may breed and sell Marorek dragons, and I highly encourage you to advertise them on this thread. Please be sure to use the correct pinglist when doing so!
  • If breeding Marorek dragons, I highly encourage you put a corresponding badge in it's bio! This will link future users to the thread, and open up the possibility for lore for that particular dragon.
  • When selling dragons, you may price them how you wish. You may make them as cheap or expensive as you like!
  • Have fun adding lore to your dragons!! Feel free to share if you come up with something, new!
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[b][/b][center][img]http://orig05.deviantart.net/8a05/f/2017/013/0/5/skeledurg_badge_1_by_silverstarsheep-dav9j11.png[/img][b][u][size=5]REQUIREMENTS:[/size][/u][/b][img]http://orig12.deviantart.net/426a/f/2017/013/e/b/skeledurg_badge_3_by_silverstarsheep-dav9pf1.png[/img][/center] [size=5][u]LIST OF SYMPTOMS:[/u][/size] [list] [*]Sudden melanism (the darkening of scales, skin and wings) [*]Itchy skin [*]Thinning and loss of scales, hair and fins. Spines/spikes lost in severe cases. [*]Slow degeneration and the complete shedding of skin [*]Exposure of bones [*]Loss of eyes (blindness in rare cases) [*]Slight increase in magical capabilities [/list] [center] [u][size=5]COMPATIBLE BREEDS:[/size][/u] Every dragon is susceptible to the disease. [u][size=5]COMPATIBLE ELEMENTS:[/size][/u] Infected dragons can live and breed anywhere an elemental deity is present. Their living space and element is determined by which deity they wish to serve, or which area they would prefer to live in. [u][size=5]RECORDED GENES:[/size][/u] [u][b]PRIMARY/SECONDARY[/b][/u] [i][b]Colors[/b] are commonly double, and can be within the range of:[/i] Oilslick || Black || Obsidian || Eldritch || Midnight [i][b]Primary[/b] genes are limited to:[/i] Basic || Ripple || Jupiter || Speckle || Falcon || Giraffe || Tiger || Bar || Savannah || Petals || Iridescent || Wasp || Jaguar || Tapir || Pinstripe || Python || Clown || Vipera** || Laced Gaoler: Phantom || Shaggy [i][b]Secondary[/b] genes are limited to:[/i] Basic || Current || Saturn || Freckle || Peregrine || Hex || Stripes || Daub || Safari || Butterfly || Shimmer || Bee || Rosette || Striation || Trail || Morph || Eye Spots || Hypnotic** || Edged Gaoler: Spirit || Streak [u][b]TERTIARY:[/b][/u] [i][b]Colors[/b] are strictly:[/i] Antique || White || Moon || Ice [i][b]Tertiary[/b] gene is strictly:[/i] Scales || Ghost [u][size=5]EYES:[/size][/u] [i][b]A large number of eyes have been found on dragons:[/i] [b]Dark Sclera[/b] || Faceted || Primal || Glowing || Swirl Common* || Uncommon* || Unusual* || Rare* || Goat * [/center] *: As it is canon that Marorek dragons lose their eye tissue during the process of losing their skin, no additional lore will accompany these. However, they are included on this list so it is clear that dragons with these naturally occurring eyes are allowed. **: These genes need lore written for them, but they are listed for the sake of ease. [i][u]Genes that will [b]NOT[/b] Be added[/u]: General: Metallic/Alloy, Piebald/Paint, Crystal/Facet, Cherub/Seraph, Poison/Toxin, Skink/Spinner, Lionfish/Noxtide, Gaoler: Mosaic/Breakup [u]Eyes that will [b]NOT[/b] Be added[/u]: Multi-Gaze[/i] ----- [center][img]http://orig05.deviantart.net/8a05/f/2017/013/0/5/skeledurg_badge_1_by_silverstarsheep-dav9j11.png[/img][b][u][size=5]CONDITIONS[/size][/u][/b][img]http://orig12.deviantart.net/426a/f/2017/013/e/b/skeledurg_badge_3_by_silverstarsheep-dav9pf1.png[/img][/center] [center][i]The exposure of bone is reliant on how well the dragon takes care of its hide, though the complete loss of skin is usually an inevitability. [/i][/center] [center][u][b]Scales: [/b][/u][/center] The earliest exposure of bones with Melanossein; this is the point of no return for any dragon with the virus. Usually the first areas of the body to lose flesh is the face, the arms and legs, and the wings. Very often the spine will be exposed, as well. The process of skin loss can be slowed, however it cannot be stopped. [center][u][b]Ghost: [/b][/u][/center] A dragon whose skin has either been completely or mostly lost, there is nothing left behind but scraps of old skin and the dragon's skeleton--exceptionally lucky individuals can keep their wings, though flight unaided by magic is difficult. These dragons are often seen as cursed or simply [i]frightening[/i] by other clans, unsure if these are the walking dead, or somehow something even more terrifying. If a Marorek clan has one or more of these skeletal dragons in it, other clans will not step foot on their territory, and will even go out of their way to fly around the area purely out of superstition. [center][i]The various patterns on the remaining hides of Marorek dragons seem to be a direct result of the care, or lack thereof, that individual dragons give to their skin as it sheds. The climate of their home can also leave a large impact on their skin. The wings and body of the dragons don’t always display the same patterns, due to having different care, or from travelling about in search for a cure or a home. [/i][/center] [center][u][b]Basic + Basic: [/b][/u][/center] Probably the most fortunate of Marorek dragons; while their scales are completely shed, a good portion of the dragon's skin remains. The skin is paper-like in texture, but sturdy enough that it still clings to the bones here and there. The same applies to wings. The more fortunate have wings still sturdy enough to fly, though they are still relatively weak. [center][u][b]Laced + Eged: [/b][/u][/center] Early signs of scale loss can often be shown through a dragon's scales sticking up in a variety of ways, getting particularly bad when the dragon starts to scratch madly at their skin once the disease takes effect. These scales are clinging on for dear life, not yet ready to fall off, but threatening to each time the dragon's claws digs into its hide to relieve some of the itching. These scales will fall off in due time, but until then it leaves the afflicted with a ragged look. The wings are still in tact within this phase, however patches of skin are coming loose, looking much like scales. These patches are prone to fall off during flight, but it doesn't cause much of a hindrance. [center][u][b]Falcon + Peregrine: [/b][/u][/center] These patterns are often the result of a dragon losing fat and muscle mass at a rapid rate, no matter the size, leaving ripples and stretch marks about the body. This can leave large ridges and wrinkles all over the remaining skin, and can even result in it sagging. Very often what remains is left with an odd, coarse texture, which usually leaves the dragon itching whenever someone else touches it. Additional causes can include the wrinkling of skin due to age, and sometimes poor care. These ridges and creases can also be left behind by the digging of claws into the flesh, or from old scars before the dragon was infected with the virus. Wings are sometimes sturdy enough for flight, though as the skin tightens the dragon will only be able to fly in short bursts. [center][u][b]Pinstripe + Trail: [/b][/u][/center] A strange and rare result of a Marorek's skin loss. These patterns occur when the disease takes hold before the dragon has fully lost its natural color and melanism has set in. This leaves behind a darker shade of the dragon's color, though this is only on the surface of their skin. Due to the skin breaking away sooner than it should, the skin is still rather strong and supple; though it still breaks away as any other Marorek. The still-dying skin will break away in long strips along the dragon's body, revealing darker flesh underneath. This will continue to strip off, layer by layer, until the bones are revealed through the gaps. As the skin hasn't fully died yet, this can get rather painful if the dragon isn't careful. Flight quickly becomes difficult for these dragons, as their leftover membrane appears to be more like ribbon, rather than wings. These can get annoying, and often result in the dragon completely stripping their wings bare, no matter how painful that is. [center][u][b]Ripple + Current || Tapir + Striation || Speckle + Freckle: [/b][/u][/center] While the scales are usually the first thing to go, there are often times where clumps of scales will cling to the remaining hide of a Marorek. These scales are often a different shade than the skin underneath, as they are old, dried and dead. The skin will either be lighter or darker, depending on how the scales are removed. They will usually cling to the body in large chunks, or in streaks along the dragon's body. The care of remaining skin will determine how these scales will remain. They can be incredibly difficult to remove, though they're often thin and papery and bend backwards with great ease. Most of the time these scales will cling to the skin until the skin is completely shed. Fur will have a similar effect, thinning out and clumping on the dragon’s hide. Some dragons are more embarrassed of this, as the effect of balding is far more apparent here, with large and obvious patches being left behind. It’s not uncommon for these dragons to give up and completely shave the remaining skin they have, no longer needing the protection of their fur. The wings of dragons with this particular condition grow flaky and often shed small bits of skin as if they were scales. They're often very dusty like moth wings, and flapping them will send bits of dried skin everywhere. These wings are not usually sturdy enough to fly, and break apart easily. [center][u][b]Giraffe + Hex: [/b][/u][/center] Dry air and climates can often have ill effects on Marorek dragons. This pattern is the result of the skin thinning, stretching and hardening over the dragon's skeleton, leaving web-like marks across its hide. Due to the hardening of the skin, it has grown very tight on the dragon's form and is extremely prone to cracking and breaking should the infected stretch itself too far. Dragons like this find the condition is painful when it starts, and will often seek more ointments and ways to soothe the pain. The pain dulls after some time however, and is only a problem when their remaining skin is stretched too far before it's ready to shed. The membrane on the wings of these dragons has grown far too tight, making it difficult to move and even unfurl their wings to full length. If a dragon is able to fly, it's very difficult and can be quite painful. Taxing on the physical nature of the dragon's wings. [center][u][b]Jaguar + Rosette || Clown + Eye Spots: [/b][/u][/center] Depending on the climate and the care a Marorek’s skin gets, blisters may appear along the dragon’s hide. These are easily popped, however they leave small holes behind if they are. Even if they aren’t, a deeper hole will remain in its stead when the blister finally fades away. Most find it best to just pop these blisters right away, though it would be difficult not to with the constant itching. In some unfortunate cases these blisters grow to large sizes, and even run in lengths along the dragon's hide and wings. Dragons that experience this claim that the itching is next to completely unbearable, and are constantly seeking relief. Even after the blisters pop, the holes left behind are insanely itchy, and are usually made larger and deeper by the digging of claws. Flight is still possible with these dragons, though the blisters can make it far more difficult than it needs to be. [center][u][b]Bar + Daub || Python + Morph: [/b][/u][/center] Causes of this particular pattern can be due to skin falling off in thin layers and patches, leaving a dappled effect on the dragon’s hide. Causes of this effect can be from dry arid landscapes, and prolonged exposure to the sun. Dragons with this particular shedding condition are often more likely to pick away at their skin and scabs, spreading the effect further across their body very quickly. Despite that however, with this condition it usually takes much longer for a dragon to completely shed its skin as it falls off in layers instead of all at once. Though bone is usually visible through the holes caused by this “patchwork” sort of shedding. Unfortunately due to the rapid thinning of the skin, losing essential patches at a rapid rate, their wings are far weaker and tend to fall apart if flight is attempted. [center][u][b]Savannah + Safari: [/b][/u][/center] Similar to dragons with Bar and Daub-like patterns on their hide, some dragons will find a peculiar shedding of their skin where instead of coming off all at once or in large patches, it will tatter into numerous layers, leaving flaps of skin behind. Dragons like these look as though they are wearing tattered rags, though this isn’t (usually) the case. Much like Bar and Daub, this condition is caused by exposure to dry climates and exposure to the sun. The skin tends to cling to the body for much longer unless the dragon simply tears it off (sometimes leading to injury), leaving their bones covered for an extended period. It’s common for these dragons to wear tattered clothing, as it already matches their appearance. These dragons are often avoided, as the zombie-like state and look is far more apparent with these. The wings of these dragons are too weak to handle flight, as the membrane has been tattered and weakened far too much by the thinning and breaking apart of the skin. Their wings are very prone to falling apart if flight is attempted. [center][u][b]Tiger + Stripes: [/b][/u][/center] The more unforgiving the climate, the more unforgiving the Melanossein virus can be. Results of intense heat and the bitter cold can be the drying and cracking of skin as it prepares to shed. Often considered to be one of the most painful conditions associated with Marorek dragons, at least until the skin itself finally does start to shed. Until the veins fade away and are no longer needed, these dragons have to frequently wrap themselves up, as they are constantly bleeding. Extra care and healing is often needed for these dragons to avoid too much blood loss, and further infection. Similar afflictions can include the tearing and ripping of skin and wings, from harsh elements, the dragon’s own claws, or fighting. The most common of these is from the dragon’s own claws, as the itching tends to get rather severe, especially when there is no relief provided. As their skin has no real way of healing itself, these tears remain, and will only get worse if left alone. Wings rarely survive this condition in particular, and most dragons like this are ultimately left flightless. [center][u][b]Jupiter + Saturn:[/b][/u][/center] Mostly only seen in sickly dragons, those with these patterns have taken poor care of themselves and their skin as Melanossein took over their body. Their skin has become almost as thin as tissue paper, to the point where sinew, muscle and veins visible through the thin membrane. Vascularity is common, with the veins popping out against the skin. Often dragons with this condition are more inclined to force shedding, as the itching is far worse--however, premature shedding and tearing of living skin can quickly lead to severe injury with these dragons. Additional causes that can create this effect is wrinkling from age. Very common in older dragons. Wings on dragons of this condition are all but entirely useless. The thinning skin is too weak to carry air, and can tear with great ease. These dragons usually keep their wings tightly folded at their sides, worried that a strong breeze would cause severe damage to them. [center][u][b]Iridescent + Shimmer: [/b][/u][/center] Dragons that have fretted over their appearance far too much will experience a strange, but rare effect on their scales. To the overuse of magic, ointments and rubbing, some Marorek will find that what skin they have left has a strange sheen to it. The skin isn't any more healthy than any other Marorek's, but due to the extreme care it's been given the skin tends to cling to the dragon's body longer. These dragons are often boastful, and will polish their exposed bone to match their remaining skin. The same usually applies to wings. Though a bit rarer, the fortunate that still have wings sturdy enough can[u][/u] fly. [center][u][b]Petals +Butterfly: [/b][/u][/center] Dragons with webbing patterns on their bodies experience the same sort of effect on their body as those with Giraffe and Hex-like patterns, sharing numerous symptoms. Their skin stretches and hardens, leaving spindling marks and even cracks across the hide. However, due to far more extreme care of their skin, be it through magic or ointments, the skin around the cracks has hardened slightly, and earned a glossy, almost opalesque sheen that allows more colors to come forth. In a way, quite similar to those with an Iridescent and Shimmer-like sheen. However, due to the nature of their skin, it’s far more likely to break and pop off, even when compared to those with Giraffe and Hex-like patterns. While these dragons can be boastful of their gem-like hide, they’re only able to keep it for a short time until their bodies are nearly bare skeletons. Flight is not usually possible with these dragons, as the membrane of their wings has hardened far too much to allow it. Much like Giraffe and Hex,the condition is very taxing and painful for the dragon in question. [center][b][u]Wasp + Bee: [/u][/b][/center] A side-effect of trying to preserve skin through magical means, dragons with skin conditions of this ilk will experience a very strange effect across what remains of their hide. The skin hardens to be almost rock hard, and creases run along the dragon’s body where muscle used to be. The skin "crystallizes" in a way, making it glisten and appear translucent--if one looks close enough, the will find that the skin IS in fact translucent, and would be able to see the dragon’s bones and remaining organs within. The thinner the remaining skin is, the easier it will be to see through it, the reverse is so with thicker skin. As the skin is gem-like in a way, some dragons may boast about it, however through too much strain or stretching the skin will soon fall off. Movement is very difficult for these dragons, if not painful. Due to the hardening of their hide, their range is limited, and forcing it to stretch too far will cause the skin to break and even shatter. Flight isn’t often possible with these dragons, as the wings have hardened too much for it. Gliding is possible for those daring enough, however the strain on the wings will make them fall apart along the creases the disease created. [center][u][b]Slime + Sludge: [/b][/u][/center] Dragons proficient in alchemy may attempt to recreate their bodies after their skin has been lost. While some may be more successful than others, a rather strange result of artificially recreating one's body is it turning entirely into goo. This is usually seen as a fascinating, but rather catastrophic failure, however it can be difficult to remove this substance from the dragon's bones, or convert it into something that still allows the dragon to move freely. Even if it's considered a failure, some may consider it a success--many alchemists will make do with this new body, and may test with it further. The resulted goo is runny and sticky in many cases, but may also be more solid in others. The goo is transparent enough to see the bones within the dragon. Dragons with a goo body like this must clean it frequently, as objects, particles, debris and other matter will get stuck inside. Some find that the goo works well as a preservative and may store objects within their body, so long as it doesn't interfere with their movement or bones. While a layer of goo has taken the place of the dragon's lost membrane, flying is not possible as the substance isn't strong enough to hold together for flight. [center][u][b]Starmap + Constellation: [/b][/u][/center] A remarkably rare trait, only possible for Marorek dragons that are incredibly skilled with magic. This starry appearance is the result of a master magician attempting to restore their body, or at least, their visage. While they're incapable of creating a proper physical form to cover their bones, they are able to create a magical body that molds to their bones and gives them additional protection, much like armor. Their constantly shifting and glittering forms make them appear more light ghosts, or even celestial beings, and earn these powerful dragons some much-needed respect from dragons that are none the wiser. As their wings have been replaced with magic, flight is not possible with them However, assisted by magic they may hover, or even fly short distances, depending on the dragon's prowess. [center][b][u][size=4]GAOLER GENES[/size][/u][/b][/center] Gaoler dragons are not resistant to the disease; Melanossien did not exist when they roamed the world, and thus they lack any defenses against it. While it took time many Gaolers were afflicted by the disease, however the virus takes a slower toll on these ancient beasts, allowing them to blend in with society a little longer before being ostracized back to their icy caves. Their fur sheds at a much slower rate than a Tundra's, allowing them to retain their coat until their skin has shed away. Many try to grow their fur out more to cover the patches of missing fur and skin, however for some it's too little too late. Many Gaolers theorize that the Melanossein virus is connected to the Shade in some way, but none have found any solid evidence for this fact. Due to this thought process a number of Gaolers that have contracted the virus relinquish their duties and hide themselves in shame, thinking they are unclean. [center][u][b]Phantom + Spirit || Shaggy + Streak: [/b][/u][/center] As their old fur sheds, their body overcompensates in growing new fur until they are covered in a completely darkened coat. Much like any other Marorek dragon this process is horribly itchy, but many may not think much of it, as shedding and regrowing their fur coat is commonplace (however they will wonder why their fur is turning dark all of the sudden...). During this process the Gaoler in question will display an uneven coat, with a variety of colors--the dark coat layers over a lighter coat, which covers the original coat the dragon once possessed. A dragon like this may find relief when the new black coat finishes growing in, however this is short lived for it isn't long before their skin will start to shed underneath, taking clumps of fur along with it. ----- [center][i]Due to eye tissue being lost with the dragon's skin, those infected may try to preserve their eyes, or replace them after the process. Much like the dragon's remnant skin, the eyes cannot be saved, but they CAN be heavily affected by their care.[/i][/center] [center][u][b]Dark Sclera: [/b][/u][/center] The most natural state for a Marorek's eyes, the dragon's eyes have succumbed to the virus, and have simply fallen out of their sockets. For those who can still see, all that's left of their eyes are glowing pinpricks floating in a black, empty eye socket. The color of the pinprick "pupil" is effected by what element they were born into. [center][u][b]Faceted: [/b][/u][/center] Dragons who lose their eyes may try to fill the empty sockets with something that resembles an eye, not daring to try and craft new ones in fear that they may fall out like the ones before. With magic, these dragons are capable of making sparkling shell-like orbs that fill their sockets, but do not block their vision--however they might see the world in one shade of color if they don't make them translucent enough. The color is usually determined by the individual's element, though preference can often influence the color. These magical shells need to be replaced after time, but also protect the dragon's vision and sockets from the elements like a pair of goggles. [center][u][b]Primal: [/b][/u][/center] As the virus takes over a dragon, one may panic while their eye tissue goes through the process of falling out of their sockets. In their panic these dragons tend go over-board with their magic use, thus resulting in their magic spilling forth from their sockets, or forming extremely compact balls of magic within them. This gives the illusion of an eye in some cases, however this can often lead to complete blindness if a dragon is not careful. The magic spilling from their sockets is usually influenced by the individual's element. How much is coming out can also be influenced by how powerful an individual is, though a well-trained dragon can keep this under control. However a few interesting cases have been noted: [b]Shadow[/b]: The dragon attempted to preserve their eyes, however the magic failed dramatically as the eyes were too far gone, or because the magic was misused. Though the original tissue remained in the socket, it lost its stability completely and now leaks from the socket like an inky mess. These dragons are blind, and rely on magic or companions to get around. [b]Plague[/b]: After losing their eyes, some dragons may try to replace them, similar to a dragon with "Faceted" eyes. However instead of creating an eye-like structure, these dragons instead attempt to make an entirely new eye--but fail spectacularly. A mutation occurs, where the dragon completely loses their original eye sockets due to a sudden bone growth. This growth results in a large number of new sockets that covers the face. In fortunate cases this may only cover the bridge of the nose, but to those far more unfortunate, this may cover the entire face. In these new sockets many pale eyes form, each with a varying degree of vision. Though not all of the eyes can see, this may result in the dragon needing to adjust to having many more eyes than usual. [b]Nature[/b]: In rare cases, some dragons may find that seeds that had fallen into their sockets had germinated, resulting in flowers sprouting from them. However, these flowers are very short-lived; when the season is right they will grow and bloom rapidly, but wilt as soon as they came. During colder months, these plants stop growing and turn brown. They can easily be removed during this time, but always seem to grow back again in the spring. Dragons with these flowers growing in their sockets state that they are rather itchy and annoying, though a few don't really notice or care. [center][u][b]Glowing: [/b][/u][/center] A natural result of the loss of eyes; while most dragons are left with a single glowing pinprick to act as their eye, similar to a pupil, some dragons may be left with their entire socket glowing. Their vision isn't heavily impaired by this, however as they lack "pupils" they must turn their entire head, as they cannot simply look around as others can. [center][u][b]Swirl: [/b][/u][/center] A result of unchecked magic, dragons who attempt to restore their eyes may find that the magic is difficult to contain within their sockets. Further attempts to keep this magic under control, and to prevent it from escaping form their sockets may result in the magic constantly spiraling within the dragon's skull. For some this grows uncomfortable and they eventually release the magic, but for others it works just fine, and they keep this spiraling magic. It works well for intimidating purposes. ----- [center][img]http://orig05.deviantart.net/8a05/f/2017/013/0/5/skeledurg_badge_1_by_silverstarsheep-dav9j11.png[/img][b][u][size=5]FAVORED ITEMS[/size][/u][/b][img]http://orig12.deviantart.net/426a/f/2017/013/e/b/skeledurg_badge_3_by_silverstarsheep-dav9pf1.png[/img] [i]While these items are not required of every Marorek, these are commonly seen between individuals and clans. Personal items are encouraged to be kept depending on an individual's preference. The colors and types of items listed here are not the only ones allowed to be used. For the sake of convenience they are simply not listed.[/i] [b][size=4][i]The Boastful Marorek[/i][/size] [/b][i]The more boastful of Marorek will find the rarest of items to wear, proudly proclaiming their new appearance. The wealthier the dragon, the more extravagant the garb.[/i] [item=Crown of Bones][item=Skeletal Chimes][item=Scavenger's Tatters][item=Runaway Rotclaw][item=Boneyard Tatters][item=Cranial Hornhelm][item=Sanddune Rags][item=Carapace Arm] [b][size=4][i]The Warrior Marorek[/i][/size][/b] [i]Almost as if by tradition, combat-centric Marorek will wear Moonscale armor, to match their exposed bones.[/i] [item=Moonscale Helmet][item=Moonscale Chest Guard][item=Moonscale Shoulder Guards][item=Moonscale Wing Guard][item=Moonscale Bracers][item=Moonscale Greaves][item=Moonscale Tail Guard] [b][size=4][i]The Magician Marorek[/i][/size][/b] [i]Magic-focused Marorek will wear any variant of these items, depending on their preference, wealth, and element. [/i] [item=Conjurer's Hat][item=Conjurer's Cloak][item=Conjurer's Cobwebs][item=Conjurer's Staff][item=Conjurer's Herb Pouch] [i][size=4][b]Ambassador Morarek[/b][/i][/size] [i]Morarek who wish to reach out to unaffected clans will don garments of this kind to make a good impression. Color and type is determined by the wealth and influence of individual clans.[/i] [item=Haunted Flame Headpiece][item=Haunted Flame Collar][item=Haunted Flame Cloak][item=Haunted Flame Wing Ribbon][item=Haunted Flame Tail Ribbon][item=Haunted Flame Tail Jewel] [i][b][size=4]Other items[/i][/b][/size] [i]Marorek collect a myriad of other items, of all shapes and colors. the preference tends to lean more towards skeletal items, as they make them feel more at home. Usually a lair full of Marorek dragons may have a tribal feel to them. Color, rarity, and overall value of these items vary from clan to clan.[/i] [item=White Birdskull Headdress][item=White Birdskull Necklace][item=White Birdskull Armband][item=White Birdskull Wingpiece][item=White Birdskull Legband][item=Mysterious Cowl][item=Reaper Guise][item=Mysterious Mantle] [i][b][size=4]Familiars[/i][/b][/size] [i]As Melanossein is a dragon-only disease, companions and familiars are important to the social structure of Marorek clans, especially those that are small in size. Being unable to catch the illness, and seemingly immune to adverse effects, familiars and dragons benefit by sticking together. However, due to the ghastly appearance the disease brings, and the fear of potential risk, many leave to find new dragons, or to return to their home beastclans. Most Marorek keep their original familiars from before they contracted the disease, but should their bond be broken, or should the Marorek choose a different companion, skeletal and ghostly familiars seem to be preferred. It is highly common to see Corpse Cleaners around Marorek dragons, particularly those who are shedding their skin. Being outcasts themselves, community with Beastclans is only slightly easier.[/i] [item=Shattered Serpent][item=Shadow Serpent][item=Corpse Cleaner][item=Crowned Bonepriest][item=Nochnyr][item=Permafrost Impaler][item=Wraith Hound][item=Infestation Hound][item=Tengu Caller][item=Greybeak Reaper][item=Tatterwing Carcass][item=Shatterbone Vulture][item=Somber Spirit][item=Otherworldly Aura][item=Nightmare][item=Malevolent Spirit][item=Disoriented Spirit][item=Graveyard Guardian][item=Fungusbearing Phony] [i]Wealthier Marorek clans may have rarer companions at their side.[/i] [item=Enduring Goblin][item=Plague Sprite][item=Spirit of Plague][item=Blight Nymph][item=Bone Fiend] [i](More will be added as time passes.)[/i] [/center]
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LIST OF SYMPTOMS:
  • Sudden melanism (the darkening of scales, skin and wings)
  • Itchy skin
  • Thinning and loss of scales, hair and fins. Spines/spikes lost in severe cases.
  • Slow degeneration and the complete shedding of skin
  • Exposure of bones
  • Loss of eyes (blindness in rare cases)
  • Slight increase in magical capabilities



COMPATIBLE BREEDS:

Every dragon is susceptible to the disease.


COMPATIBLE ELEMENTS:

Infected dragons can live and breed anywhere an elemental deity is present. Their living space and element is determined by which deity they wish to serve, or which area they would prefer to live in.


RECORDED GENES:


PRIMARY/SECONDARY

Colors are commonly double, and can be within the range of:
Oilslick || Black || Obsidian || Eldritch || Midnight


Primary genes are limited to:

Basic || Ripple || Jupiter || Speckle || Falcon || Giraffe || Tiger || Bar || Savannah || Petals || Iridescent || Wasp || Jaguar || Tapir || Pinstripe || Python || Clown || Vipera** || Laced

Gaoler:
Phantom || Shaggy


Secondary genes are limited to:

Basic || Current || Saturn || Freckle || Peregrine || Hex || Stripes || Daub || Safari || Butterfly || Shimmer || Bee || Rosette || Striation || Trail || Morph || Eye Spots || Hypnotic** || Edged

Gaoler:
Spirit || Streak


TERTIARY:

Colors are strictly:

Antique || White || Moon || Ice


Tertiary gene is strictly:

Scales || Ghost




EYES:

A large number of eyes have been found on dragons:

Dark Sclera || Faceted || Primal || Glowing || Swirl
Common* || Uncommon* || Unusual* || Rare* || Goat *


*: As it is canon that Marorek dragons lose their eye tissue during the process of losing their skin, no additional lore will accompany these. However, they are included on this list so it is clear that dragons with these naturally occurring eyes are allowed.

**: These genes need lore written for them, but they are listed for the sake of ease.

Genes that will NOT Be added:
General: Metallic/Alloy, Piebald/Paint, Crystal/Facet, Cherub/Seraph, Poison/Toxin, Skink/Spinner, Lionfish/Noxtide,
Gaoler: Mosaic/Breakup
Eyes that will NOT Be added: Multi-Gaze


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The exposure of bone is reliant on how well the dragon takes care of its hide, though the complete loss of skin is usually an inevitability.
Scales:

The earliest exposure of bones with Melanossein; this is the point of no return for any dragon with the virus. Usually the first areas of the body to lose flesh is the face, the arms and legs, and the wings. Very often the spine will be exposed, as well. The process of skin loss can be slowed, however it cannot be stopped.

Ghost:

A dragon whose skin has either been completely or mostly lost, there is nothing left behind but scraps of old skin and the dragon's skeleton--exceptionally lucky individuals can keep their wings, though flight unaided by magic is difficult. These dragons are often seen as cursed or simply frightening by other clans, unsure if these are the walking dead, or somehow something even more terrifying. If a Marorek clan has one or more of these skeletal dragons in it, other clans will not step foot on their territory, and will even go out of their way to fly around the area purely out of superstition.

The various patterns on the remaining hides of Marorek dragons seem to be a direct result of the care, or lack thereof, that individual dragons give to their skin as it sheds. The climate of their home can also leave a large impact on their skin. The wings and body of the dragons don’t always display the same patterns, due to having different care, or from travelling about in search for a cure or a home.

Basic + Basic:
Probably the most fortunate of Marorek dragons; while their scales are completely shed, a good portion of the dragon's skin remains. The skin is paper-like in texture, but sturdy enough that it still clings to the bones here and there.
The same applies to wings. The more fortunate have wings still sturdy enough to fly, though they are still relatively weak.

Laced + Eged:
Early signs of scale loss can often be shown through a dragon's scales sticking up in a variety of ways, getting particularly bad when the dragon starts to scratch madly at their skin once the disease takes effect. These scales are clinging on for dear life, not yet ready to fall off, but threatening to each time the dragon's claws digs into its hide to relieve some of the itching. These scales will fall off in due time, but until then it leaves the afflicted with a ragged look.
The wings are still in tact within this phase, however patches of skin are coming loose, looking much like scales. These patches are prone to fall off during flight, but it doesn't cause much of a hindrance.

Falcon + Peregrine:
These patterns are often the result of a dragon losing fat and muscle mass at a rapid rate, no matter the size, leaving ripples and stretch marks about the body. This can leave large ridges and wrinkles all over the remaining skin, and can even result in it sagging. Very often what remains is left with an odd, coarse texture, which usually leaves the dragon itching whenever someone else touches it.
Additional causes can include the wrinkling of skin due to age, and sometimes poor care. These ridges and creases can also be left behind by the digging of claws into the flesh, or from old scars before the dragon was infected with the virus.
Wings are sometimes sturdy enough for flight, though as the skin tightens the dragon will only be able to fly in short bursts.

Pinstripe + Trail:
A strange and rare result of a Marorek's skin loss. These patterns occur when the disease takes hold before the dragon has fully lost its natural color and melanism has set in. This leaves behind a darker shade of the dragon's color, though this is only on the surface of their skin. Due to the skin breaking away sooner than it should, the skin is still rather strong and supple; though it still breaks away as any other Marorek. The still-dying skin will break away in long strips along the dragon's body, revealing darker flesh underneath. This will continue to strip off, layer by layer, until the bones are revealed through the gaps. As the skin hasn't fully died yet, this can get rather painful if the dragon isn't careful.
Flight quickly becomes difficult for these dragons, as their leftover membrane appears to be more like ribbon, rather than wings. These can get annoying, and often result in the dragon completely stripping their wings bare, no matter how painful that is.

Ripple + Current || Tapir + Striation || Speckle + Freckle:
While the scales are usually the first thing to go, there are often times where clumps of scales will cling to the remaining hide of a Marorek. These scales are often a different shade than the skin underneath, as they are old, dried and dead. The skin will either be lighter or darker, depending on how the scales are removed. They will usually cling to the body in large chunks, or in streaks along the dragon's body. The care of remaining skin will determine how these scales will remain. They can be incredibly difficult to remove, though they're often thin and papery and bend backwards with great ease. Most of the time these scales will cling to the skin until the skin is completely shed.
Fur will have a similar effect, thinning out and clumping on the dragon’s hide. Some dragons are more embarrassed of this, as the effect of balding is far more apparent here, with large and obvious patches being left behind. It’s not uncommon for these dragons to give up and completely shave the remaining skin they have, no longer needing the protection of their fur.
The wings of dragons with this particular condition grow flaky and often shed small bits of skin as if they were scales. They're often very dusty like moth wings, and flapping them will send bits of dried skin everywhere. These wings are not usually sturdy enough to fly, and break apart easily.

Giraffe + Hex:
Dry air and climates can often have ill effects on Marorek dragons. This pattern is the result of the skin thinning, stretching and hardening over the dragon's skeleton, leaving web-like marks across its hide. Due to the hardening of the skin, it has grown very tight on the dragon's form and is extremely prone to cracking and breaking should the infected stretch itself too far. Dragons like this find the condition is painful when it starts, and will often seek more ointments and ways to soothe the pain. The pain dulls after some time however, and is only a problem when their remaining skin is stretched too far before it's ready to shed.
The membrane on the wings of these dragons has grown far too tight, making it difficult to move and even unfurl their wings to full length. If a dragon is able to fly, it's very difficult and can be quite painful. Taxing on the physical nature of the dragon's wings.

Jaguar + Rosette || Clown + Eye Spots:
Depending on the climate and the care a Marorek’s skin gets, blisters may appear along the dragon’s hide. These are easily popped, however they leave small holes behind if they are. Even if they aren’t, a deeper hole will remain in its stead when the blister finally fades away. Most find it best to just pop these blisters right away, though it would be difficult not to with the constant itching. In some unfortunate cases these blisters grow to large sizes, and even run in lengths along the dragon's hide and wings. Dragons that experience this claim that the itching is next to completely unbearable, and are constantly seeking relief. Even after the blisters pop, the holes left behind are insanely itchy, and are usually made larger and deeper by the digging of claws.
Flight is still possible with these dragons, though the blisters can make it far more difficult than it needs to be.

Bar + Daub || Python + Morph:
Causes of this particular pattern can be due to skin falling off in thin layers and patches, leaving a dappled effect on the dragon’s hide. Causes of this effect can be from dry arid landscapes, and prolonged exposure to the sun. Dragons with this particular shedding condition are often more likely to pick away at their skin and scabs, spreading the effect further across their body very quickly. Despite that however, with this condition it usually takes much longer for a dragon to completely shed its skin as it falls off in layers instead of all at once. Though bone is usually visible through the holes caused by this “patchwork” sort of shedding.
Unfortunately due to the rapid thinning of the skin, losing essential patches at a rapid rate, their wings are far weaker and tend to fall apart if flight is attempted.

Savannah + Safari:
Similar to dragons with Bar and Daub-like patterns on their hide, some dragons will find a peculiar shedding of their skin where instead of coming off all at once or in large patches, it will tatter into numerous layers, leaving flaps of skin behind. Dragons like these look as though they are wearing tattered rags, though this isn’t (usually) the case. Much like Bar and Daub, this condition is caused by exposure to dry climates and exposure to the sun. The skin tends to cling to the body for much longer unless the dragon simply tears it off (sometimes leading to injury), leaving their bones covered for an extended period. It’s common for these dragons to wear tattered clothing, as it already matches their appearance. These dragons are often avoided, as the zombie-like state and look is far more apparent with these.
The wings of these dragons are too weak to handle flight, as the membrane has been tattered and weakened far too much by the thinning and breaking apart of the skin. Their wings are very prone to falling apart if flight is attempted.

Tiger + Stripes:
The more unforgiving the climate, the more unforgiving the Melanossein virus can be. Results of intense heat and the bitter cold can be the drying and cracking of skin as it prepares to shed. Often considered to be one of the most painful conditions associated with Marorek dragons, at least until the skin itself finally does start to shed. Until the veins fade away and are no longer needed, these dragons have to frequently wrap themselves up, as they are constantly bleeding. Extra care and healing is often needed for these dragons to avoid too much blood loss, and further infection.
Similar afflictions can include the tearing and ripping of skin and wings, from harsh elements, the dragon’s own claws, or fighting. The most common of these is from the dragon’s own claws, as the itching tends to get rather severe, especially when there is no relief provided. As their skin has no real way of healing itself, these tears remain, and will only get worse if left alone.
Wings rarely survive this condition in particular, and most dragons like this are ultimately left flightless.

Jupiter + Saturn:
Mostly only seen in sickly dragons, those with these patterns have taken poor care of themselves and their skin as Melanossein took over their body. Their skin has become almost as thin as tissue paper, to the point where sinew, muscle and veins visible through the thin membrane. Vascularity is common, with the veins popping out against the skin. Often dragons with this condition are more inclined to force shedding, as the itching is far worse--however, premature shedding and tearing of living skin can quickly lead to severe injury with these dragons.
Additional causes that can create this effect is wrinkling from age. Very common in older dragons.
Wings on dragons of this condition are all but entirely useless. The thinning skin is too weak to carry air, and can tear with great ease. These dragons usually keep their wings tightly folded at their sides, worried that a strong breeze would cause severe damage to them.

Iridescent + Shimmer:
Dragons that have fretted over their appearance far too much will experience a strange, but rare effect on their scales. To the overuse of magic, ointments and rubbing, some Marorek will find that what skin they have left has a strange sheen to it. The skin isn't any more healthy than any other Marorek's, but due to the extreme care it's been given the skin tends to cling to the dragon's body longer. These dragons are often boastful, and will polish their exposed bone to match their remaining skin.
The same usually applies to wings. Though a bit rarer, the fortunate that still have wings sturdy enough can fly.

Petals +Butterfly:
Dragons with webbing patterns on their bodies experience the same sort of effect on their body as those with Giraffe and Hex-like patterns, sharing numerous symptoms. Their skin stretches and hardens, leaving spindling marks and even cracks across the hide. However, due to far more extreme care of their skin, be it through magic or ointments, the skin around the cracks has hardened slightly, and earned a glossy, almost opalesque sheen that allows more colors to come forth. In a way, quite similar to those with an Iridescent and Shimmer-like sheen. However, due to the nature of their skin, it’s far more likely to break and pop off, even when compared to those with Giraffe and Hex-like patterns. While these dragons can be boastful of their gem-like hide, they’re only able to keep it for a short time until their bodies are nearly bare skeletons.
Flight is not usually possible with these dragons, as the membrane of their wings has hardened far too much to allow it. Much like Giraffe and Hex,the condition is very taxing and painful for the dragon in question.

Wasp + Bee:
A side-effect of trying to preserve skin through magical means, dragons with skin conditions of this ilk will experience a very strange effect across what remains of their hide. The skin hardens to be almost rock hard, and creases run along the dragon’s body where muscle used to be. The skin "crystallizes" in a way, making it glisten and appear translucent--if one looks close enough, the will find that the skin IS in fact translucent, and would be able to see the dragon’s bones and remaining organs within. The thinner the remaining skin is, the easier it will be to see through it, the reverse is so with thicker skin. As the skin is gem-like in a way, some dragons may boast about it, however through too much strain or stretching the skin will soon fall off. Movement is very difficult for these dragons, if not painful. Due to the hardening of their hide, their range is limited, and forcing it to stretch too far will cause the skin to break and even shatter.
Flight isn’t often possible with these dragons, as the wings have hardened too much for it. Gliding is possible for those daring enough, however the strain on the wings will make them fall apart along the creases the disease created.
Slime + Sludge:
Dragons proficient in alchemy may attempt to recreate their bodies after their skin has been lost. While some may be more successful than others, a rather strange result of artificially recreating one's body is it turning entirely into goo. This is usually seen as a fascinating, but rather catastrophic failure, however it can be difficult to remove this substance from the dragon's bones, or convert it into something that still allows the dragon to move freely. Even if it's considered a failure, some may consider it a success--many alchemists will make do with this new body, and may test with it further. The resulted goo is runny and sticky in many cases, but may also be more solid in others. The goo is transparent enough to see the bones within the dragon.
Dragons with a goo body like this must clean it frequently, as objects, particles, debris and other matter will get stuck inside. Some find that the goo works well as a preservative and may store objects within their body, so long as it doesn't interfere with their movement or bones.
While a layer of goo has taken the place of the dragon's lost membrane, flying is not possible as the substance isn't strong enough to hold together for flight.

Starmap + Constellation:
A remarkably rare trait, only possible for Marorek dragons that are incredibly skilled with magic. This starry appearance is the result of a master magician attempting to restore their body, or at least, their visage. While they're incapable of creating a proper physical form to cover their bones, they are able to create a magical body that molds to their bones and gives them additional protection, much like armor. Their constantly shifting and glittering forms make them appear more light ghosts, or even celestial beings, and earn these powerful dragons some much-needed respect from dragons that are none the wiser.
As their wings have been replaced with magic, flight is not possible with them However, assisted by magic they may hover, or even fly short distances, depending on the dragon's prowess.

GAOLER GENES
Gaoler dragons are not resistant to the disease; Melanossien did not exist when they roamed the world, and thus they lack any defenses against it. While it took time many Gaolers were afflicted by the disease, however the virus takes a slower toll on these ancient beasts, allowing them to blend in with society a little longer before being ostracized back to their icy caves.
Their fur sheds at a much slower rate than a Tundra's, allowing them to retain their coat until their skin has shed away. Many try to grow their fur out more to cover the patches of missing fur and skin, however for some it's too little too late.
Many Gaolers theorize that the Melanossein virus is connected to the Shade in some way, but none have found any solid evidence for this fact. Due to this thought process a number of Gaolers that have contracted the virus relinquish their duties and hide themselves in shame, thinking they are unclean.
Phantom + Spirit || Shaggy + Streak:
As their old fur sheds, their body overcompensates in growing new fur until they are covered in a completely darkened coat. Much like any other Marorek dragon this process is horribly itchy, but many may not think much of it, as shedding and regrowing their fur coat is commonplace (however they will wonder why their fur is turning dark all of the sudden...). During this process the Gaoler in question will display an uneven coat, with a variety of colors--the dark coat layers over a lighter coat, which covers the original coat the dragon once possessed. A dragon like this may find relief when the new black coat finishes growing in, however this is short lived for it isn't long before their skin will start to shed underneath, taking clumps of fur along with it.


Due to eye tissue being lost with the dragon's skin, those infected may try to preserve their eyes, or replace them after the process. Much like the dragon's remnant skin, the eyes cannot be saved, but they CAN be heavily affected by their care.
Dark Sclera:
The most natural state for a Marorek's eyes, the dragon's eyes have succumbed to the virus, and have simply fallen out of their sockets. For those who can still see, all that's left of their eyes are glowing pinpricks floating in a black, empty eye socket. The color of the pinprick "pupil" is effected by what element they were born into.
Faceted:
Dragons who lose their eyes may try to fill the empty sockets with something that resembles an eye, not daring to try and craft new ones in fear that they may fall out like the ones before. With magic, these dragons are capable of making sparkling shell-like orbs that fill their sockets, but do not block their vision--however they might see the world in one shade of color if they don't make them translucent enough. The color is usually determined by the individual's element, though preference can often influence the color. These magical shells need to be replaced after time, but also protect the dragon's vision and sockets from the elements like a pair of goggles.
Primal:
As the virus takes over a dragon, one may panic while their eye tissue goes through the process of falling out of their sockets. In their panic these dragons tend go over-board with their magic use, thus resulting in their magic spilling forth from their sockets, or forming extremely compact balls of magic within them. This gives the illusion of an eye in some cases, however this can often lead to complete blindness if a dragon is not careful.
The magic spilling from their sockets is usually influenced by the individual's element. How much is coming out can also be influenced by how powerful an individual is, though a well-trained dragon can keep this under control.
However a few interesting cases have been noted:

Shadow: The dragon attempted to preserve their eyes, however the magic failed dramatically as the eyes were too far gone, or because the magic was misused. Though the original tissue remained in the socket, it lost its stability completely and now leaks from the socket like an inky mess. These dragons are blind, and rely on magic or companions to get around.
Plague: After losing their eyes, some dragons may try to replace them, similar to a dragon with "Faceted" eyes. However instead of creating an eye-like structure, these dragons instead attempt to make an entirely new eye--but fail spectacularly. A mutation occurs, where the dragon completely loses their original eye sockets due to a sudden bone growth. This growth results in a large number of new sockets that covers the face. In fortunate cases this may only cover the bridge of the nose, but to those far more unfortunate, this may cover the entire face. In these new sockets many pale eyes form, each with a varying degree of vision. Though not all of the eyes can see, this may result in the dragon needing to adjust to having many more eyes than usual.
Nature: In rare cases, some dragons may find that seeds that had fallen into their sockets had germinated, resulting in flowers sprouting from them. However, these flowers are very short-lived; when the season is right they will grow and bloom rapidly, but wilt as soon as they came. During colder months, these plants stop growing and turn brown. They can easily be removed during this time, but always seem to grow back again in the spring. Dragons with these flowers growing in their sockets state that they are rather itchy and annoying, though a few don't really notice or care.
Glowing:
A natural result of the loss of eyes; while most dragons are left with a single glowing pinprick to act as their eye, similar to a pupil, some dragons may be left with their entire socket glowing. Their vision isn't heavily impaired by this, however as they lack "pupils" they must turn their entire head, as they cannot simply look around as others can.
Swirl:

A result of unchecked magic, dragons who attempt to restore their eyes may find that the magic is difficult to contain within their sockets. Further attempts to keep this magic under control, and to prevent it from escaping form their sockets may result in the magic constantly spiraling within the dragon's skull. For some this grows uncomfortable and they eventually release the magic, but for others it works just fine, and they keep this spiraling magic. It works well for intimidating purposes.



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While these items are not required of every Marorek, these are commonly seen between individuals and clans. Personal items are encouraged to be kept depending on an individual's preference. The colors and types of items listed here are not the only ones allowed to be used. For the sake of convenience they are simply not listed.


The Boastful Marorek
The more boastful of Marorek will find the rarest of items to wear, proudly proclaiming their new appearance. The wealthier the dragon, the more extravagant the garb.

The Warrior Marorek
Almost as if by tradition, combat-centric Marorek will wear Moonscale armor, to match their exposed bones.

The Magician Marorek
Magic-focused Marorek will wear any variant of these items, depending on their preference, wealth, and element.

Ambassador Morarek
Morarek who wish to reach out to unaffected clans will don garments of this kind to make a good impression. Color and type is determined by the wealth and influence of individual clans.

Other items
Marorek collect a myriad of other items, of all shapes and colors. the preference tends to lean more towards skeletal items, as they make them feel more at home. Usually a lair full of Marorek dragons may have a tribal feel to them. Color, rarity, and overall value of these items vary from clan to clan.

Familiars
As Melanossein is a dragon-only disease, companions and familiars are important to the social structure of Marorek clans, especially those that are small in size. Being unable to catch the illness, and seemingly immune to adverse effects, familiars and dragons benefit by sticking together. However, due to the ghastly appearance the disease brings, and the fear of potential risk, many leave to find new dragons, or to return to their home beastclans. Most Marorek keep their original familiars from before they contracted the disease, but should their bond be broken, or should the Marorek choose a different companion, skeletal and ghostly familiars seem to be preferred. It is highly common to see Corpse Cleaners around Marorek dragons, particularly those who are shedding their skin. Being outcasts themselves, community with Beastclans is only slightly easier.

Wealthier Marorek clans may have rarer companions at their side.


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[img]http://orig08.deviantart.net/e35b/f/2017/153/5/2/skeledurg_badge_9_by_silverstarsheep-dbbaq7u.png[/img] Coatl [code][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729][img]http://orig08.deviantart.net/e35b/f/2017/153/5/2/skeledurg_badge_9_by_silverstarsheep-dbbaq7u.png[/img][/url][/code] [img]http://orig05.deviantart.net/a1b1/f/2017/153/6/b/skeledurg_badge_10_by_silverstarsheep-dbbaq6x.png[/img] Coatl [code][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729][img]http://orig05.deviantart.net/a1b1/f/2017/153/6/b/skeledurg_badge_10_by_silverstarsheep-dbbaq6x.png[/img][/url][/code] [img]http://orig01.deviantart.net/6908/f/2017/153/a/e/skeledurg_badge_11_by_silverstarsheep-dbbaqfg.png[/img] Wildclaw [code][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2093729][img]http://orig01.deviantart.net/6908/f/2017/153/a/e/skeledurg_badge_11_by_silverstarsheep-dbbaqfg.png[/img][/url][/code] 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TEMPLATE: HATCHLING SALES
Please remember!! In the same post that you advertise your dragons in, please also include the BBC code and put [ code ] [/ code ] (without spaces) in the front and back of your forum so I can easily copy/paste it into the sales post!
Code:
[quote=(PUT YOUR USERNAME HERE)] [center](PUT DRAGON HERE)[/center] [b]Gender:[/b] [b]Breed:[/b] [b]Element:[/b] [b]Primary:[/b] (Color + Gene) [b]Secondary:[/b] (Color + Gene) [b]Tertiary:[/b] (Color + Gene) [b]Eye Type:[/b] [b]Price:[/b] [b]Seller:[/b] [/quote]


TEMPLATE: ARTIST/WRITER APPLICATION
If you wish to offer your talents as an artist or writer, please feel free! I can’t promise you’ll get any customers, but a lore-based subspecies can always use these!
Code:
[b]Username:[/b] [b]Services provided:[/b] (Drawings, written lore, or whatever else you provide) [b]Examples:[/b] (Please provide links to save on space! You may add as many as you need and like.) [b]Price Range:[/b] [b]Additional Notes:[/b]




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Spiral
Code:
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Spiral
Code:
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Nocturne
Code:
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Nocturne
Code:
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Bogsneak
Code:
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Bogsneak
Code:
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Ridgeback
Code:
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Ridgeback
Code:
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Coatl
Code:
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Coatl
Code:
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Wildclaw
Code:
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Wildclaw
Code:
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Pearlcatcher
Code:
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Pearlcatcher
Code:
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Mirror
Code:
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Mirror
Code:
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Imperial
Code:
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Imperial
Code:
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Snapper
Code:
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Snapper
Code:
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Skydancer
Code:
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Skydancer
Code:
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Guardian
Code:
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Guardian
Code:
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Fae
Code:
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Fae
Code:
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Tundra
Code:
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Tundra
Code:
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Gaoler
Code:
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Gaoler
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PERSONAL TO-DO LIST

Lore for:

Clown + Eye Spots || Vipera + Hypnotic

Icon for:

Gaoler dragons
PERSONAL TO-DO LIST

Lore for:

Clown + Eye Spots || Vipera + Hypnotic

Icon for:

Gaoler dragons
I'm SilverStarSheep and I draw, maybe.
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Username: SilverStarSheep
Services provided: Drawings; sketches, colored drawings, etc. (I may also be willing to write lore, however I am not sure how to price this.)
Examples: My Flight Rising art can be found here!
Price Range: Starting from: 80kt-100kt (Clean bust sketch/flat colors) to 1-2 mil.t (Fullbody color, etc) I also accept USD! Commission information here.
Additional Notes: I go on a PWYW basis; the more you pay, the more you get! Please DM me, and we can figure out the details. I like to accept either full payment or a downpayment before I start drawing. If we decide to do a payment plan, I'd like to get a small bit of payment with each update!
Username: SilverStarSheep
Services provided: Drawings; sketches, colored drawings, etc. (I may also be willing to write lore, however I am not sure how to price this.)
Examples: My Flight Rising art can be found here!
Price Range: Starting from: 80kt-100kt (Clean bust sketch/flat colors) to 1-2 mil.t (Fullbody color, etc) I also accept USD! Commission information here.
Additional Notes: I go on a PWYW basis; the more you pay, the more you get! Please DM me, and we can figure out the details. I like to accept either full payment or a downpayment before I start drawing. If we decide to do a payment plan, I'd like to get a small bit of payment with each update!
I'm SilverStarSheep and I draw, maybe.
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* Toyhouse *
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@SilverStarSheep

I'd love to be pinged when your pair's nest hatches! This is a really cool idea for a subspecies. :)

(( Also, if you want me to delete this comment so you can write more uninterrupted information, just tell me. :o ))
@SilverStarSheep

I'd love to be pinged when your pair's nest hatches! This is a really cool idea for a subspecies. :)

(( Also, if you want me to delete this comment so you can write more uninterrupted information, just tell me. :o ))
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@playerpichu

Alrighty, I'll add you! I'll have three eggs hatching tomorrow. I hope to get more nests going as soon as possible!

(( You're fine. I finished all the posts I needed earlier this evening. ^^ ))
@playerpichu

Alrighty, I'll add you! I'll have three eggs hatching tomorrow. I hope to get more nests going as soon as possible!

(( You're fine. I finished all the posts I needed earlier this evening. ^^ ))
I'm SilverStarSheep and I draw, maybe.
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* Toyhouse *
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@SilverStarSheep

Ooh could I have a ping as well? This is awesome!
@SilverStarSheep

Ooh could I have a ping as well? This is awesome!
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