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#108 - lordraine (08/07/2013) [-]
That is a Silver Dragon.

Yes. I know D&D dragons by sight. WHAT OF IT.
User avatar #113 to #108 - lyiat ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
I had this discussion before. I'm leaning between Silver, Bronze, and Brass.
#114 to #113 - lordraine (08/07/2013) [-]
It can't be Brass. They have these huge triceratops-style horns on their head that frilled to look like a pair of battle axes. And it's not Bronze, because Bronze dragons have those big webbed ears.

I call Silver because of the chin. Not only does it look the most like a Silver Dragon, but the only dragons with chin frills are Reds, Whites, Blues, and Silvers. It can't be a Red, because it doesn't have the long ribbed horns, it can't be a White because it doesn't have the semi-skeletal appearance, and it can't be a Blue because it doesn't have an underbite or a prominent mono-horn on it's forehead.

It has the lines of a Metallic, and it has the goatee-style chin. It can only be a Silver.

. . .

Don't judge me.
User avatar #115 to #114 - lyiat ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
Except you aren't taking artistic interpretation and generic variation into account. They aren't all clones of one another, and they vary slightly from artist to artist. I've seen plenty of both those breeds that look rather like that dragon. Silver dragons typically have a mohawk frill going on that this dragon is missing, for example.
#119 to #115 - lordraine (08/07/2013) [-]
The mohawk can fold up or down, but no other dragon type has such a prominent goatee. The only other type with that kind of styling on it's face is a Gold, and Golds have 'whiskers' all across their face, something that this dragon lacks.

It's a Silver.
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