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I stayed away from adding dragons to my fantasy setting for awhile as I was not sure how to make them fit in it, as my fantasy world is like a sort of new age/quasi-early modern world.
Anyway, I decided that dragons are not naturally-occurring creatures but the result when you have a bunch of research mages messing around using magic to bioengineer various creatures for specific purposes or as a hobby. As a result, you have people trying to create real-life versions of dragons out of what they see in mythology or folktales.
Because of this, they run the gamut in terms of their appearance or what they can and cannot do, and I have been looking around for examples of "dragons" that are non-hexapeds, as having two sets of clavicles would cause a lot of problems, magic or no.
For the dragons that have wings, they are either part of a modified limb instead of being an entirely separate pair of limbs like you see in pterosaurs or the wings are more like rayed fins that come from extensions of the spine rather than modified limbs.
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I love deathwing pice probably the msot, it is nice fusion to anthro and really show how ya great at details and colours ^^