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Guess who's back? It may have taken over a year, but here we are. Brand new lore, and a discord server!
No one knows exactly how these dragons came to be. They are a strange breed, in some ways closer to sharks than other dragons. They are a vicious bunch, often bullying weaker dragons for territory, food, and anything else the dragons have that they desire. Their society is almost as brutal, a place where the strongest rule, and the weak are cast aside. As a result of this, high ranking individuals are comprised almost entirely of the larger variants. Most Sharks dislike weapons, believing your body is the only weapon you need, although many accept the use of one's natural magic, some considering it an extension of the physical body. To be considered an adult, one must undergo a rite of passage: A fight to the death, usually against a manarune or sea serpent, though other large predators may be substituted, especially in landlocked clans.

Sharks have their own religion, though some choose to follow The Eleven in place of, or alongside their deities. Most Sharks believe these deities dwell in the depths of The Levithan Trench, where their kind was allegedly created. Priests, although rare in Shark society, do exist, and perform most of their rituals in or near the Trench. In order to become a priest, one must be extremely powerful -most priests start off as highly respected warriors- and be willing to descend as far into the Trench as they can handle in an attempt to communicate with the deities. Many do not return from this journey, and even those that do, may come back irreversibly altered, both mentally and physically. Those that complete the voyage and return home with their bodies and sanity intact, are accepted as priests, and command great respect. Every year the Sharks hold a celebration called the “Abyssal Observation” where Sharks from all across Sornieth gather around the Trench to celebrate, fight, and praise their gods.

All Sharks, regardless of flight, or the dragon breed they most resemble, have gill slits along their necks and nictitating membranes that can be pulled over their eyes at will to protect them from injury. Most of them are poor fliers, their “wings” being more suited for propelling them through the water than the air. They are usually scaleless, instead having rough, sandpaper-like skin to protect them. All Sharks are carnivorous, and most have many rows of sharp teeth which are constantly replaced. They have electricity sensing pits on their faces, and have an excellent sense of smell, especially for blood.

Massive thanks to @eaglerider @GlitterDCMarvel @Toastythief and everyone else who helped me with this.
[center][b][u]Variants[/u][/b] [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_2684306]Intro [/url]- Variants - [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999427]Rays [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999428]Sales [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999430]Pairs/Pinglists[/url] - [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999434]Affiliates [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999443]Registry [/url] [u]Great Whites[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=91&bodygene=1&breed=2&element=2&gender=0&tert=2&tertgene=5&winggene=1&wings=91&auth=a2cf46be990b3e6d0234afe88bb71b59ac2b3cef&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Smoke - Coal Iridescent Secondary: Smoke - Coal Shimmer Tertiary: White Underbelly Lore: Many of the most legendary Shark warriors and leaders, past and present, are Great Whites. Their skill in combat is unrivaled: watching one of these Sharks fight is terrifying, awe-inspiring and humbling all at once. They are the greatest, in their own eyes, and many are inclined to agree. The variant has a tendency to let this go to their heads, and many are quite arrogant as a result. Great Whites are typically the worst when it comes to picking on weaker Sharks and dragons alike. They are often perfectionistic, holding both themselves and others to very high standards. [u]Blues[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=136&bodygene=1&breed=2&element=2&gender=0&tert=2&tertgene=5&winggene=1&wings=136&auth=04ec15a6850ffaf5baacfb39328bf50b91402ba6&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Sapphire - Blue Iridescent Secondary: Sapphire - Blue Shimmer Tertiary: White or Moon Underbelly Lore: A very envious group of Sharks, Blues are renowned for their speed, agility and ferocity in combat. Despite many being respected leaders, the breed as a whole is extremely jealous of others, particularly the larger breeds. With their agility it is easy for them to overwhelm many of these larger, slower sharks despite the giants’ greater strength, however their envy and fiery temper often lead to them making irrational, impulsive decisions - their greatest weakness. The variant’s ferocity is not limited to the heat of battle. Many will do almost anything to gain power and recognition, with some of their tactics earning them disdain from other Sharks. When a Blue gains a position of power in a way that other Sharks consider unfair or cowardly, they will often be met with resistance and constant challenges for their position. [u]White-tips[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=7&bodygene=1&breed=2&element=2&gender=0&tert=2&tertgene=9&winggene=1&wings=7&auth=db4e889a29b3bdbc985484bf9fd5ad29b9944ebe&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Iridescent Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Shimmer Tertiary: White Okapi Lore: White-tips have a long-standing rivalry with Black-tips. Nobody can quite remember what started the animosity between the variants, but it is widely believed to have its genesis in the two groups differing viewpoints on magic, reflected in the different ways each chooses to use their magical talents. Unlike the Threshers, White-tips can have any elemental magic, though their abilities are nearly almost focused on defensive, supportive magics of their birth element. Thus they typically take on a supportive role in battle, buffing their allies and shielding them from magical harm. This variant is seen as an invaluable resource by Shark clans fighting magic-wielders. [u]Black-tips[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=129&bodygene=1&breed=2&element=2&gender=0&tert=10&tertgene=9&winggene=1&wings=129&auth=7f77a31466f7fc12b6d4656e217a2bf5fe1776c6&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Iridescent Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Shimmer Tertiary: Oilslick - Eldritch Okapi Lore: Black-tips have a long-standing rivalry with White-tips. Nobody can quite remember what started the animosity between the variants, but it is widely believed to have its genesis in the two groups differing viewpoints on magic, reflected in the different ways each chooses to use their magical talents. Unlike the Threshers, Black-tips can have any elemental magic, usually specializing in offensive magic of their birth element. These Sharks typically take a more active role in battle compared to their White-tip brethren. While some stay far back from the frontlines and hurl magical projectiles at their opponents, most Black-tips prefer to use their magic to augment their physical strength, shrouding their claws and teeth in destructive energies before tearing into their enemy. [u]Piebalds[/u] [img]http://www1.flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=8&bodygene=1&breed=2&element=4&eyetype=0&gender=0&tert=131&tertgene=9&winggene=1&wings=8&auth=1cfe1f7c202be5cc5ba355e31d1972a5882cb740&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Iridescent Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Shimmer Tertiary: Orca Okapi Lore: A vanishingly rare variant, the hybrid offspring of White-tip and Black-tip Sharks. Like their parent breeds they are magic users. Unlike their parent breeds, Piebalds do not occupy any particular niche, magically or otherwise. They are often jacks of all trades, taking on whatever role happens to be available at the time. They are often bullied in Shark clans containing a large number of Black and/or White-tip Sharks, but some see them as a sign of changing times, perhaps heralding a new era of peace between the traditionally hostile variants. [u]Tigers[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=118&bodygene=2&breed=2&element=2&gender=0&tert=1&tertgene=5&winggene=2&wings=118&auth=242348c2ea26a4045486a17f6625788d37444abd&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Smoke - Coal, Tiger, Falcon Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Stripes, Peregrine Tertiary: White - Maize Underbelly Lore: Tiger Sharks often prefer to conserve their energy, both in and outside of battle. They often scavenge instead of actively hunting and chasing down prey. Other Shark breeds typically perceive them as lazy, but their slow and steady approach to life, and particularly combat often leaves them as the last ones standing after others have given up or retreated due to fatigue. Their bite strength is unmatched by any other, their jaws crushing armour and bone with ease. [u]Goblins[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=5&bodygene=1&breed=5&element=2&gender=0&tert=66&tertgene=12&winggene=1&wings=5&auth=d7e4e0f439710b57a12b346648822a6133900702&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Ridgebacks only Eyes: Any Primary: Platinum - Shale Iridescent Secondary: Platinum - Shale Shimmer Tertiary: Mauve - Bubblegum Stained Lore: Goblin sharks often find themselves at the bottom of the pile, ostracized by both other Sharks and dragons for their grotesque appearance and fragile skin. They are often relatively poor fighters and tend to value intelligence over strength. They thus rely heavily on traps to deal with enemies, which further distances them from other Shark breeds and can create tension between them and other variants. They are typically the engineers and scientists of Shark society, those who don’t become priests anyway, as their tendency to dwell in the sea’s depths makes them surprisingly well-suited for the job. [u]Cookie Cutters[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=166&bodygene=1&breed=1&element=2&gender=0&tert=55&tertgene=5&winggene=1&wings=166&auth=9f5ac96728ecbda4261cfd040a70f02d526abbae&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breed: Faes and Spirals only Eyes: Any Primary: Ginger - Auburn Iridescent Secondary: Ginger - Auburn Shimmer Tertiary: Hickory - Rust Capsule, Underbelly Lore: Cookie Cutters are the smallest and weakest of the Sharks. This doesn’t seem to faze them, as they are one of the most vicious. When they fight, they often attempt to target their foes weak-points, while expertly dodging attacks. The more level-headed ones are occasionally hired as spies. Like Lanterns they possess bioluminescence, which they use to communicate with each other wordlessly. [u]Leopards[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=165&bodygene=6&breed=2&element=2&gender=0&tert=1&tertgene=5&winggene=7&wings=165&auth=c10d19f8cfbac25c5f79bdd4aa60f3e0a6bf8406&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breeds: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Sand - Dirt Bar Secondary: Sand - Dirt Daub Tertiary: Maize - White Underbelly Lore: Many Leopard Sharks have an interest in medicine, often becoming doctors, although “combat medic” may be a better term. Many of them also become priests. They are often less inclined to fight than most of their brethren, but when they do, they usually ambush their opponents, using the patterns on their scales to blend into the environment. You often won't see a leopard Shark until it's too late. [u]Whales[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=98&bodygene=3&breed=2&element=10&gender=0&tert=2&tertgene=5&winggene=3&wings=98&auth=9f646e1fb8d75bdaf765a1e5a028106dd69e9c2f&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breeds: Guardians, Ridgebacks, Snappers, Obelisks and Imperials only Eyes: Any Primary: Grey - Shale, Clown, Jaguar Secondary: Grey - Shale, Eye Spots, Rosette Tertiary: White Underbelly Lore: The largest of all Sharks, one may expect them to be the most violent, but that simply isn’t the case. Whale Sharks are a peaceful and nomadic variant, content in minding their own affairs rather than getting involved with the rest of Shark society. They are wanderers by nature, and it's common to see them traveling to different lands and inviting dragons to talk before moving on to another location. They will fight if necessary to protect themselves and sometimes others from threats. Their massive size frequently intimidates even the most aggressive Sharks, as they loom over all the other variants, allowing them to maintain their usually peaceful existence. Older individuals often serve as historians and storytellers who are more than happy to recount their experiences, assuming one can find them. [u]Lanterns[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=10&bodygene=1&breed=1&element=2&gender=0&tert=89&tertgene=10&winggene=1&wings=10&auth=1e080e939e0ec5b1ed723f48bb1edbf307a575f4&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breeds: Any modern (preferably smaller breeds) Eyes: Any Primary: Oilslick - Midnight, Iridescent, Starmap Secondary: Oilslick - Midnight, Shimmer, Constellation Tertiary: Cerulean - Aqua, Radioactive, Leaf, Underbelly, Glimmer, Opal, Contour, Smoke, Firefly, Lace and Runes. Lore: Lantern Sharks have full control over the bioluminescent markings covering their bodies, and often use them to guide other dragons to safety or deeper into danger, and to communicate with other Lanterns. Lantern sharks residing in the Sea of a Thousand Currents generally stay in the Leviathan Trench during the day, only surfacing at night. On land they will seek out dark caves to hide in until sunset. Many of these Sharks are terrified of fighting, and when confronted with a threat, will extinguish their markings and flee into the darkness. When they must fight, groups of them will often swarm their attacker, biting and clawing as they attempt to force the opponent to retreat. They make good priests due to their habit of sticking to deeper waters, so many of these dragons command more respect than would be expected in Shark society. On the rare occasions one of these Sharks attempts to gain power without becoming a priest, it is usually via spying on, and attempting to sabotage their rivals. [u]Granite Threshers[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=143&bodygene=12&breed=2&element=4&gender=0&tert=48&tertgene=14&winggene=14&wings=143&auth=cbbbe2492ec9b2ec76fe5474e2bd599c2cf61060&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breeds: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Taupe - Latte Giraffe Secondary: Taupe - Latte Hex Tertiary: Taupe - Latte Scales or Cantaloupe - Fire, Runes, Smirch and Opal (Bronze and Orange opal not recommended) Lore: Granite Threshers are powerful magic users, a rare occurrence in most other Sharks. Their bodies are covered in thick stone plates, sacrificing agility for defense. Due to this, they are often hired as bodyguards. In combat they will blast their opponents with jets of boiling water, or magical fireballs if on land. Their tails can be used as whips to stun both prey and enemies. Many like to cloak themselves in flames and tackle their enemies. [u]Shale Threshers[/u] [img]http://flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=177&bodygene=12&breed=2&element=4&gender=0&tert=99&tertgene=14&winggene=14&wings=177&auth=b5e374b52f43bba5674f3b66e1df5fb8c11a57b3&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Breeds: Any modern Eyes: Any Primary: Gloom - Shale Giraffe Secondary: Gloom - Shale Hex Tertiary: Gloom - Shale Scales or Cerulean - Aqua, Runes, Opal, Smirch Lore: While Shale Threshers are sometimes used as bodyguards like their granite brethren, they are more often used as living batteries, owing to their affinity for Lightning magic. Despite their usefulness to Shark settlements they're often outcasts also owing mainly to their magic. Apart from the stigma surrounding magic users in some Shark societies, the fear of accidental electrocution is quite pronounced. Many of these Sharks spend a lot of time on land due to this fear. This often leads to them developing relationships with dragon clans, and can land them jobs as ambassadors to dragonkind. In combat Shale Threshers will usually stun their opponents with powerful blasts of electricity, before moving in for the kill. They use their tails as whips to stun prey and enemies.
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Great Whites
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Breed: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Smoke - Coal Iridescent
Secondary: Smoke - Coal Shimmer
Tertiary: White Underbelly

Lore: Many of the most legendary Shark warriors and leaders, past and present, are Great Whites. Their skill in combat is unrivaled: watching one of these Sharks fight is terrifying, awe-inspiring and humbling all at once. They are the greatest, in their own eyes, and many are inclined to agree. The variant has a tendency to let this go to their heads, and many are quite arrogant as a result. Great Whites are typically the worst when it comes to picking on weaker Sharks and dragons alike. They are often perfectionistic, holding both themselves and others to very high standards.

Blues
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Breed: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Sapphire - Blue Iridescent
Secondary: Sapphire - Blue Shimmer
Tertiary: White or Moon Underbelly

Lore: A very envious group of Sharks, Blues are renowned for their speed, agility and ferocity in combat. Despite many being respected leaders, the breed as a whole is extremely jealous of others, particularly the larger breeds. With their agility it is easy for them to overwhelm many of these larger, slower sharks despite the giants’ greater strength, however their envy and fiery temper often lead to them making irrational, impulsive decisions - their greatest weakness. The variant’s ferocity is not limited to the heat of battle. Many will do almost anything to gain power and recognition, with some of their tactics earning them disdain from other Sharks. When a Blue gains a position of power in a way that other Sharks consider unfair or cowardly, they will often be met with resistance and constant challenges for their position.

White-tips
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Breed: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Iridescent
Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Shimmer
Tertiary: White Okapi

Lore: White-tips have a long-standing rivalry with Black-tips. Nobody can quite remember what started the animosity between the variants, but it is widely believed to have its genesis in the two groups differing viewpoints on magic, reflected in the different ways each chooses to use their magical talents. Unlike the Threshers, White-tips can have any elemental magic, though their abilities are nearly almost focused on defensive, supportive magics of their birth element. Thus they typically take on a supportive role in battle, buffing their allies and shielding them from magical harm. This variant is seen as an invaluable resource by Shark clans fighting magic-wielders.

Black-tips
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Breed: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Iridescent
Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Shimmer
Tertiary: Oilslick - Eldritch Okapi

Lore: Black-tips have a long-standing rivalry with White-tips. Nobody can quite remember what started the animosity between the variants, but it is widely believed to have its genesis in the two groups differing viewpoints on magic, reflected in the different ways each chooses to use their magical talents. Unlike the Threshers, Black-tips can have any elemental magic, usually specializing in offensive magic of their birth element. These Sharks typically take a more active role in battle compared to their White-tip brethren. While some stay far back from the frontlines and hurl magical projectiles at their opponents, most Black-tips prefer to use their magic to augment their physical strength, shrouding their claws and teeth in destructive energies before tearing into their enemy.

Piebalds
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Breed: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Iridescent
Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Beige - Latte Shimmer
Tertiary: Orca Okapi

Lore: A vanishingly rare variant, the hybrid offspring of White-tip and Black-tip Sharks. Like their parent breeds they are magic users. Unlike their parent breeds, Piebalds do not occupy any particular niche, magically or otherwise. They are often jacks of all trades, taking on whatever role happens to be available at the time. They are often bullied in Shark clans containing a large number of Black and/or White-tip Sharks, but some see them as a sign of changing times, perhaps heralding a new era of peace between the traditionally hostile variants.

Tigers
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Breed: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Smoke - Coal, Tiger, Falcon
Secondary: Smoke - Coal, Stripes, Peregrine
Tertiary: White - Maize Underbelly

Lore: Tiger Sharks often prefer to conserve their energy, both in and outside of battle. They often scavenge instead of actively hunting and chasing down prey. Other Shark breeds typically perceive them as lazy, but their slow and steady approach to life, and particularly combat often leaves them as the last ones standing after others have given up or retreated due to fatigue. Their bite strength is unmatched by any other, their jaws crushing armour and bone with ease.

Goblins
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Breed: Ridgebacks only
Eyes: Any
Primary: Platinum - Shale Iridescent
Secondary: Platinum - Shale Shimmer
Tertiary: Mauve - Bubblegum Stained

Lore: Goblin sharks often find themselves at the bottom of the pile, ostracized by both other Sharks and dragons for their grotesque appearance and fragile skin. They are often relatively poor fighters and tend to value intelligence over strength. They thus rely heavily on traps to deal with enemies, which further distances them from other Shark breeds and can create tension between them and other variants. They are typically the engineers and scientists of Shark society, those who don’t become priests anyway, as their tendency to dwell in the sea’s depths makes them surprisingly well-suited for the job.

Cookie Cutters
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Breed: Faes and Spirals only
Eyes: Any
Primary: Ginger - Auburn Iridescent
Secondary: Ginger - Auburn Shimmer
Tertiary: Hickory - Rust Capsule, Underbelly

Lore: Cookie Cutters are the smallest and weakest of the Sharks. This doesn’t seem to faze them, as they are one of the most vicious. When they fight, they often attempt to target their foes weak-points, while expertly dodging attacks. The more level-headed ones are occasionally hired as spies. Like Lanterns they possess bioluminescence, which they use to communicate with each other wordlessly.

Leopards
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Breeds: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Sand - Dirt Bar
Secondary: Sand - Dirt Daub
Tertiary: Maize - White Underbelly

Lore: Many Leopard Sharks have an interest in medicine, often becoming doctors, although “combat medic” may be a better term. Many of them also become priests. They are often less inclined to fight than most of their brethren, but when they do, they usually ambush their opponents, using the patterns on their scales to blend into the environment. You often won't see a leopard Shark until it's too late.

Whales
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Breeds: Guardians, Ridgebacks, Snappers, Obelisks and Imperials only
Eyes: Any
Primary: Grey - Shale, Clown, Jaguar
Secondary: Grey - Shale, Eye Spots, Rosette
Tertiary: White Underbelly

Lore: The largest of all Sharks, one may expect them to be the most violent, but that simply isn’t the case. Whale Sharks are a peaceful and nomadic variant, content in minding their own affairs rather than getting involved with the rest of Shark society. They are wanderers by nature, and it's common to see them traveling to different lands and inviting dragons to talk before moving on to another location. They will fight if necessary to protect themselves and sometimes others from threats. Their massive size frequently intimidates even the most aggressive Sharks, as they loom over all the other variants, allowing them to maintain their usually peaceful existence. Older individuals often serve as historians and storytellers who are more than happy to recount their experiences, assuming one can find them.

Lanterns
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Breeds: Any modern (preferably smaller breeds)
Eyes: Any
Primary: Oilslick - Midnight, Iridescent, Starmap
Secondary: Oilslick - Midnight, Shimmer, Constellation
Tertiary: Cerulean - Aqua, Radioactive, Leaf, Underbelly, Glimmer, Opal, Contour, Smoke, Firefly, Lace and Runes.

Lore: Lantern Sharks have full control over the bioluminescent markings covering their bodies, and often use them to guide other dragons to safety or deeper into danger, and to communicate with other Lanterns. Lantern sharks residing in the Sea of a Thousand Currents generally stay in the Leviathan Trench during the day, only surfacing at night. On land they will seek out dark caves to hide in until sunset. Many of these Sharks are terrified of fighting, and when confronted with a threat, will extinguish their markings and flee into the darkness. When they must fight, groups of them will often swarm their attacker, biting and clawing as they attempt to force the opponent to retreat. They make good priests due to their habit of sticking to deeper waters, so many of these dragons command more respect than would be expected in Shark society. On the rare occasions one of these Sharks attempts to gain power without becoming a priest, it is usually via spying on, and attempting to sabotage their rivals.

Granite Threshers
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Breeds: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Taupe - Latte Giraffe
Secondary: Taupe - Latte Hex
Tertiary: Taupe - Latte Scales or Cantaloupe - Fire, Runes, Smirch and Opal (Bronze and Orange opal not recommended)

Lore: Granite Threshers are powerful magic users, a rare occurrence in most other Sharks. Their bodies are covered in thick stone plates, sacrificing agility for defense. Due to this, they are often hired as bodyguards. In combat they will blast their opponents with jets of boiling water, or magical fireballs if on land. Their tails can be used as whips to stun both prey and enemies. Many like to cloak themselves in flames and tackle their enemies.

Shale Threshers
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Breeds: Any modern
Eyes: Any
Primary: Gloom - Shale Giraffe
Secondary: Gloom - Shale Hex
Tertiary: Gloom - Shale Scales or Cerulean - Aqua, Runes, Opal, Smirch

Lore: While Shale Threshers are sometimes used as bodyguards like their granite brethren, they are more often used as living batteries, owing to their affinity for Lightning magic. Despite their usefulness to Shark settlements they're often outcasts also owing mainly to their magic. Apart from the stigma surrounding magic users in some Shark societies, the fear of accidental electrocution is quite pronounced. Many of these Sharks spend a lot of time on land due to this fear. This often leads to them developing relationships with dragon clans, and can land them jobs as ambassadors to dragonkind. In combat Shale Threshers will usually stun their opponents with powerful blasts of electricity, before moving in for the kill. They use their tails as whips to stun prey and enemies.
[center][u][b]Rays[/b][/u] [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_2684306]Intro[/url] - [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999425]Variants [/url]- Rays - [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999428]Sales [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999430]Pairs/Pinglists[/url] - [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999434]Affiliates [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999443]Registry [/url] [img]http://www1.flightrising.com/dgen/preview/dragon?age=1&body=10&bodygene=23&breed=1&element=4&eyetype=10&gender=1&tert=2&tertgene=5&winggene=23&wings=10&auth=22229b2f1e7a77af098e05fd0d440b3ef99c1635&dummyext=prev.png[/img] Requirements: Any Shark variant [b][u]Eagle Rays[/u][/b] Breed: Any Eyes: Any Primary: Gloom - Obsidian, Clown, Python Secondary: Gloom - Obsidian, Eye spots, Morph Tertiary: White Underbelly[/center] [right][size=2]Thanks to @Toastythief for this variant and the following lore[/size][/right] Excerpts from the Scientific Journal of Sweany Currentreader During my travels of the Sea of a Thousand Currents in our land of the Tidelord, I have found that there are a few outlier Shark tribes that attach poisoned blades to their tails in imitation of stingrays, wings outspread as if catching gentle winds instead of underwater currents. I have named them the Ray Society and transcribed my findings below. [u]Physiology[/u] They don't swim like Sharks or Maren, who use their tails to propel themselves forward. Instead Rays "fly", flapping their wings to swim. Biologically they’re Sharks, usually the smallest breeds (listed above), but they attempt to make themselves as ray-like as possible. It is possible that the most devoted undergo a ritual to alter their scale color as I've seen a few individuals that look like Eagle Rays, dark, spotted scales dotting their hides with strange...tail spikes or stingers. All Rays follow their species requirements excepting these select few. These Rays that are what they call "Blessed" and the colors I've seen displayed in these "Blessed Rays" have been closely matched with those dragonkind calls the "Gloom-Obsidian range." The genes displayed by "Blessed Rays" are classified as Python, Morph, Clown, and Eye Spots. These Rays shall be categorized as Eagle Rays. This "Blessing" is mentioned in more detail under the "Myzlodratox" section in my journal due to its heavy religious and ritualistic tones. [u]Behavior[/u] Larger numbers mean safety and Rays are always in groups. If you find one by itself, it has been exiled and ostracized by the Society as a whole. Do not trust a lone Ray. The Ray Society sticks to shallow, warmer waters and avoids civilization in general due to their calmer attitudes in comparison to Sharks. They never allow visitors to stay after nightfall, excepting a few unknown nights. Perhaps due to many Sharks being more active at night. I've seen many Rays argue with and be attacked by other Sharks and I'm uncertain to the specific reasoning behind the hostility. I have hypothesized as follows: perhaps they’re seen as weird due to seeing rays as holy, and worshipping a deity that has been outcast and ridiculed for his supposed values They would be easier prey for big Sharks, I assume, due to the general calmness they all exhibit. Most Shark species are not above cannibalism, so it seems a safe hypothesis. The main Sharks I've seen in their fevers (the official term for a group of rays) are Cookie Cutter and Lantern Sharks. Goblin Sharks and Leopard Sharks are rare, but not unheard of, and are often seen as the safest Sharks for a Ray to communicate and trade with. Whale Sharks are their "guards" in open water; their large size allows Rays to hide while darting swiftly away from assailants and lashing out with their poisoned blades/venomous tails. [u]Combat[/u] As mentioned above, when they do fight, I've seen they tend to use ambush tactics and poisons. They love knives and easily concealed weaponry. Their main defense is tail weapons, often laced with poison strong enough to take down three Whale Sharks. Their ambushes tend to favor underground assaults, bursting from underneath their prey to stab at soft underbellies. Rays are more tacticians than fighters, however, only entering combat they are certain they can swiftly end with the Society's victory and planning for weeks, even months, in advance. [u]Myzlodratox[/u] "God of stingrays, poison, stealth, and cowardice or cunning depending on who you ask. Most Sharks do not worship this one deity, with the exception of we, his children, the Rays."-Coel, a God in disguise or just a Blessed Ray? Most Sharks consider Myzlodratox a coward, but the Rays obviously disagree, revering Myzlodratox as a cunning trickster who fought for Rays to survive, even though it meant losing his own standing among the Shark deities’ followers. It is believed by that Rays that, due to his exiled status, the god has lost power and therefore has less interaction with his own followers. It has lessened even further as they tend to dwell in shallow waters for their own safety. Myzlodratox is a strange deity from what little I've been able to gather from the strangely taciturn Rays. A shapeshifter. A trickster. A martyr. He can leave the trench he resides in, but to avoid calling attention to himself, he transforms into Rays to hide, oftentimes a Blessed Ray. This brings us to "Myzlodratox's Blessing." The Ray Society dreams and constantly prepares for when their god visits them, often painting themselves darker and with specific colors as they wait. They train harder with their tail weaponry as well months prior. According to legend and my own experience: Myzlodratox only visits on specific nights (which were not shared with me, but are the only time Rays allow strange dragons into their ranks while they hold a subdued festival) and only to those who have shown their devotion and loyalty to him. When the deity visits, he is in an indetectable disguise and tests the potential acolytes with questions, trials, or even tributes. As per custom, these nights end with all Rays facing in the direction of Myzlodratox's Sweep (a specific trench I have found no documentation of) and praying until daybreak. I was invited one such night along with many others and had decided to stay awake to see if I could spot the God. We all fell into an unnatural slumber, one by one, until we all were unconscious to the world around us. A few of the visitors I hadn't seen leave had vanished. The Rays seemed oblivious to the strange occurrence when they awoke and only a few had been "Blessed." A great celebration was held for these "most loyal and blessed" that lasted the whole day. As a small note: the slow growth of a tail stinger is an addition to the "Blessing." Slow as to not stab themselves or other Rays as it grows. The Rays claim it is to "prove if they deserve the power Myzlodratox fought to grant us so long ago." Before that, as stated previously, they just stick knives to their tails, both as weaponry and practice.
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Eagle Rays
Breed: Any
Eyes: Any
Primary: Gloom - Obsidian, Clown, Python
Secondary: Gloom - Obsidian, Eye spots, Morph
Tertiary: White Underbelly
Thanks to @Toastythief for this variant and the following lore
Excerpts from the Scientific Journal of Sweany Currentreader

During my travels of the Sea of a Thousand Currents in our land of the Tidelord, I have found that there are a few outlier Shark tribes that attach poisoned blades to their tails in imitation of stingrays, wings outspread as if catching gentle winds instead of underwater currents.

I have named them the Ray Society and transcribed my findings below.

Physiology
They don't swim like Sharks or Maren, who use their tails to propel themselves forward. Instead Rays "fly", flapping their wings to swim. Biologically they’re Sharks, usually the smallest breeds (listed above), but they attempt to make themselves as ray-like as possible. It is possible that the most devoted undergo a ritual to alter their scale color as I've seen a few individuals that look like Eagle Rays, dark, spotted scales dotting their hides with strange...tail spikes or stingers.

All Rays follow their species requirements excepting these select few. These Rays that are what they call "Blessed" and the colors I've seen displayed in these "Blessed Rays" have been closely matched with those dragonkind calls the "Gloom-Obsidian range." The genes displayed by "Blessed Rays" are classified as Python, Morph, Clown, and Eye Spots. These Rays shall be categorized as Eagle Rays. This "Blessing" is mentioned in more detail under the "Myzlodratox" section in my journal due to its heavy religious and ritualistic tones.


Behavior
Larger numbers mean safety and Rays are always in groups. If you find one by itself, it has been exiled and ostracized by the Society as a whole. Do not trust a lone Ray.

The Ray Society sticks to shallow, warmer waters and avoids civilization in general due to their calmer attitudes in comparison to Sharks. They never allow visitors to stay after nightfall, excepting a few unknown nights. Perhaps due to many Sharks being more active at night.
I've seen many Rays argue with and be attacked by other Sharks and I'm uncertain to the specific reasoning behind the hostility. I have hypothesized as follows: perhaps they’re seen as weird due to seeing rays as holy, and worshipping a deity that has been outcast and ridiculed for his supposed values

They would be easier prey for big Sharks, I assume, due to the general calmness they all exhibit. Most Shark species are not above cannibalism, so it seems a safe hypothesis. The main Sharks I've seen in their fevers (the official term for a group of rays) are Cookie Cutter and Lantern Sharks. Goblin Sharks and Leopard Sharks are rare, but not unheard of, and are often seen as the safest Sharks for a Ray to communicate and trade with. Whale Sharks are their "guards" in open water; their large size allows Rays to hide while darting swiftly away from assailants and lashing out with their poisoned blades/venomous tails.

Combat
As mentioned above, when they do fight, I've seen they tend to use ambush tactics and poisons. They love knives and easily concealed weaponry. Their main defense is tail weapons, often laced with poison strong enough to take down three Whale Sharks. Their ambushes tend to favor underground assaults, bursting from underneath their prey to stab at soft underbellies. Rays are more tacticians than fighters, however, only entering combat they are certain they can swiftly end with the Society's victory and planning for weeks, even months, in advance.

Myzlodratox
"God of stingrays, poison, stealth, and cowardice or cunning depending on who you ask. Most Sharks do not worship this one deity, with the exception of we, his children, the Rays."-Coel, a God in disguise or just a Blessed Ray?

Most Sharks consider Myzlodratox a coward, but the Rays obviously disagree, revering Myzlodratox as a cunning trickster who fought for Rays to survive, even though it meant losing his own standing among the Shark deities’ followers. It is believed by that Rays that, due to his exiled status, the god has lost power and therefore has less interaction with his own followers. It has lessened even further as they tend to dwell in shallow waters for their own safety.

Myzlodratox is a strange deity from what little I've been able to gather from the strangely taciturn Rays. A shapeshifter. A trickster. A martyr. He can leave the trench he resides in, but to avoid calling attention to himself, he transforms into Rays to hide, oftentimes a Blessed Ray. This brings us to "Myzlodratox's Blessing."

The Ray Society dreams and constantly prepares for when their god visits them, often painting themselves darker and with specific colors as they wait. They train harder with their tail weaponry as well months prior. According to legend and my own experience:

Myzlodratox only visits on specific nights (which were not shared with me, but are the only time Rays allow strange dragons into their ranks while they hold a subdued festival) and only to those who have shown their devotion and loyalty to him. When the deity visits, he is in an indetectable disguise and tests the potential acolytes with questions, trials, or even tributes. As per custom, these nights end with all Rays facing in the direction of Myzlodratox's Sweep (a specific trench I have found no documentation of) and praying until daybreak. I was invited one such night along with many others and had decided to stay awake to see if I could spot the God. We all fell into an unnatural slumber, one by one, until we all were unconscious to the world around us. A few of the visitors I hadn't seen leave had vanished.

The Rays seemed oblivious to the strange occurrence when they awoke and only a few had been "Blessed." A great celebration was held for these "most loyal and blessed" that lasted the whole day. As a small note: the slow growth of a tail stinger is an addition to the "Blessing." Slow as to not stab themselves or other Rays as it grows. The Rays claim it is to "prove if they deserve the power Myzlodratox fought to grant us so long ago." Before that, as stated previously, they just stick knives to their tails, both as weaponry and practice.
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"Mermfae must be very cautious of sharks. Many pods becoming either rivals, allies, or stowaways in the face of such large, powerful adversaries. Aside from markfae and illumifae, that is. Markfae get along very well with their counterparts, and can often be seen pulling their own weight in shark shivers. Illumifae make great snacks to most sharks, but many more have found safety alongside lantern sharks, following their glow everywhere, resulting in an even more powerful, enchanting lantern shark glow. Very appealing."

[center][b][u]Registry[/u][/b] [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_2684306]Intro[/url] - [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999425]Variants [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999427]Rays [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999428]Sales [/url]- [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999430]Pairs/Pinglists[/url] - [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drs/2684306#post_38999434]Affiliates [/url]- Registry [/center] [u]Great Whites[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=27189517][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/271896/27189517.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=39697040][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/396971/39697040.png[/img][/url][url=https://www1.flightrising.com/dragon/65162796][img]https://www1.flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/651628/65162796.png[/img][/url] [u]Blues[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=46521254] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/465213/46521254.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=27203645][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/272037/27203645.png[/img][/url] [u]Tigers[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=50269610][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/502697/50269610.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=49307308][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/493074/49307308.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=53914756][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/539148/53914756.png[/img][/url] [u]Goblins[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=45159035] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/451591/45159035.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=54411023][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/544111/54411023.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=54937459][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/549375/54937459.png[/img][/url] [u]Leopards[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=51884401][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/518845/51884401.png[/img][/url] [u]Whales[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=47319909] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/473200/47319909.png[/img][/url] [u]Lanterns[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=27287772][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/272878/27287772.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=46497134][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/464972/46497134.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=53633241][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/536333/53633241.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=53948710][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/539488/53948710.png[/img][/url] [u]Rays[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=46303873] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/463039/46303873.png[/img][/url][url=https://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=59643684][img]https://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/596437/59643684.png[/img][/url] [u]Non-Sharks w/ Shark-related Lore[/u] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=50597806] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/505979/50597806.png[/img][/url]

Great Whites
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Blues
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Tigers
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Goblins

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Leopards
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Whales

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Lanterns
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Rays

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Non-Sharks w/ Shark-related Lore

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Extra post
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Aaaand, we're open!
Aaaand, we're open!
!!!!!! I have Reawer (a Manta Subspecies? But I want her here!) [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=50597806] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/505979/50597806_350.png[/img] [/url] Coel [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=46303873] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/463039/46303873_350.png[/img] [/url] Zivendithas [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=47319909] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/473200/47319909_350.png[/img] [/url] And last but not least Redtide! [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=46521254] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/350/465213/46521254_350.png[/img] [/url]
!!!!!! I have Reawer (a Manta Subspecies? But I want her here!)


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Coel


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Zivendithas


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And last but not least Redtide!


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