I think its about time the Devs maybe did something with the same ole "dragon". Why not add alignment to them? Metallic and Chromatic colors? Color - Alignment - Breath Weapon Gold - Lawful Good - Fire Silver - Lawful Good - Ice/Cold Copper - Neutral Good - Energy Bronze - Lawful Neutral - Fire Shadow Iron - True Neutral - Fire Dull Copper - Lawful Chaotic - Vertite - Lawful Chaotic - Acid Apagite - True Neutral - Poison Valorite - Lawful Evil - Chaos Black - Chaotic Evil - Acid Red - Lawful Evil - Fire Yellow - Chaotic Neutral - Energy Green - Neutral Evil - Poison Brown - Lawful Evil - Fire Purple - Chaotic Neutral White - True Neutral - Cold Blue - Lawful Chaotic - Cold Now change the way they behave. Remember when dragons didnt attack on sight? Well bring that back for some of them. Lawful - Blue (wont attack blues) Neutral - Grey (will attack as normal) Evil - Red (Wont attack Reds) But go a step further. Make it so if you want a gold dragon, you MUST have Glorious Lord to tame and above neutral to have it follow commands. Must also be a blue char. For Black, you must be Dread Lord and stay in the NEGATIVE karma to have it follow commands. And somehow work out the other alignments to work on the karma scale. And all dragons taming would be the same as it is now, can still anger it. The lore of dragons in terms of metallic, gematic and chromatic is very vast, I think it would be neat to add it to the dragons of UO. Keep all power as it is now, just change color, alignment and breath weapon. Look at the change in breath weapons like this. A mage needs slayer spellbooks and different spells to damage different creatures. An archer or mele uses slayers and different damage weapons to fight in certain situations. So why not make it so if a tamer wants to be effective have to have different dragons with different damage types? Makes sense right? Could also make it so Lawful good dragons will not attack positive karma critters unless attacked. Similar to how pets wont attack golems or exodus minions. Would like to see if anyone can come up with a fine tune to this idea, I think it could add more depth to the dragons of uo.