Some variants of coastal dragons, such as the gull-mimicking beachcomber dragons, are quite small, and claim much smaller territories as well. Most northern coastal dragons are scavengers as well as hunters, preferring to nest in cliff walls to shelter from strong winds and rain, and soar above the coastlines, scanning the beaches for small birds, fish, and washed up carcasses to feast on. While able to produce limited flame, these dragons only rely on spitting fire when cornered or attacked by other animals.
Coastal beaches, limestone cliffs
Small seabirds, fish, dead marine animal carcasses
Approximately 5’ wingspan, 2’ long, 8Lbs