Things Less Seen: Drowned Dragonblight Dragon

Dragons are one of my favorite things in World of Warcraft. I was extremely surprised to find a huge skeleton of one off the coast of Dragonblight submerged in the water next to a damaged Titan bridge. It’s bigger than any dragon I’ve ever seen in game, including the skeletons that litter Dragonblights landscape. Even Galakrond’s bones don’t compare to this guy, and in lore, he was like the father of the Dragon Aspects. Here’s some pictures!

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Ironclaws looking down his face in the first screenshot, and then standing almost between his eyes. The scale of this dragon is ridiculous.

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This was taken from the base of the neck and looking down its spine to the ribs. It’s so big, my view distance wouldn’t get all of it. There’s only one part of his left back leg visible. The thing on the bottom right is it’s horn.

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Rib cage, taken above water next to what’s left of a Titan bridge. I wish I knew more about the Titans and who or what this dragon was. It may be Galakrond and the Scourge are digging up the wrong dragon, but I doubt it. I image that’s how large the first dragon would have been. Because of the placement of his body, maybe he was the cause of the collapsed bridge. Its an eerie find, and worth scouring the water to see. The map can help you find him if you decide to go looking! He is drawn on the Dragonblight map, although so faintly, nobody really notices it. It would be great hearing some theories to what he might have been! Happy hunting!

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