Before the Great War against the orcs, the Draconian race was barely created a peace treaty with the elves that lived near their boarders. After a 500 year war against the elves, a time of peace finally came and barely in time for the next war for survival against the endless amounts of orcs. Even with the peace there was little hope for the Draconians to have true peace with the elves and the hatred that came from the elves was great. However, after the Great War with the elves, it seemed like they have finally discovered the true peace and a common ground. There was no more hatred for the other, only alliance and understanding. Even still, the elves envy the Draconian for the fact that they hold the great crystal of manna and their library of "Endless information” that only their chieftains swore to always protect and keep secret.
Inside their lands of magic, where mountains are either on the ground or in the air and the land varies in colors, between vast forests, a small desert or even a small sea, there are still Rocky Mountains that cover the land. The mountains do all have roads that the races could walk on and arch/bridges that connect one mountain to the other. The entire land was perfectly designed for the Draconians and Dragons to fly and walk, but mostly fly freely. On the walls of steep cliffs and walkway paths, carved markings and drawing could easily be seen of dragons, Draconians or signs to state where they are going and what road they are taking. The Draconians have twelve city tribes, Four of which are the main ones that most of the other races know of. The majorities of these cities are hidden in the caves of the mountains themselves and are specifically designed with their form of architecture. These Cities were made to allow the Draconians to have the freedom to fly in them but also the protection from an attack by their distant cousins, the Dragons. When one flies, statues of the Draconian gods or even heroes could easily be seen every now and then; which is also another way for them to determine where they are.
During the Great War, the Draconians took heavy losses, alongside with the elves and even had to kill their own brethren due to a major, incurable plague... and one of the first the Draconians ever faced. Their numbers went down dramatically and not even shortly after, the Draconians heard news of the new human emperor and his crime to declare himself a god, only to challenge the Draconian Gods, a challenge that both the gods, the dragons and the Draconians all gladly took. They were the very first to declare war upon the humans for their ignorance and arrogance. They swore vengeance for the sins the humans taken and the crimes against both the Draconians and the Dragons. They made a new oath, to put the humans back in their place in the world, or kill them all for trying.
Draconians all vary in color; they can fly and are capable in using an elemental breath weapon. They have a Tail, claws, teeth and tough scales. They are like a Bipedal Dragon and are usually skilled in the Arts of combat and Magic. They don't need to wear much armor and prefer to only wear light or medium weight armors. Draconians are known to be prideful and fear very few things. They do have a soft spot for gems and precious metals but they also take an equal liking to the studies of ancient history and/or magics. They do have their own Draconic language and a good majority understand and even speak the common language. They are commonly known to live up to 800 years with 1000 being their maximum. They tend to be around 6'7 and could very in body size. They are carnivorousness and have relatively slow materialism. They are commonly seen with horns and hornlets on their head.
Their Deities include: (Yes these are D&D Gods.)
Aasterinian, demigoddess of play, invention and pleasure. Messenger of Io.
Astilabor, lesser goddess of acquisitiveness, status and wealth.
Bahamut, intermediate god of good, wisdom and the wind. (also an additional core power)
Chronepsis, lesser god of fate, death and judgement.
Faluzure, lesser god of energy draining, undeath, decay and exhaustion.
Garyx, lesser god of fire, destruction and renewal.
Hlal, lesser god of humor, storytelling and inspiration.
Io, greater god of all dragons, as well as balance and peace.
Lendys, lesser god of balance and justice.
Sardior, lesser dragon god of psionics, secrets, and the night.
Tamara, lesser goddess of life, light and mercy.
Tiamat, intermediate goddess of evil, conquest, greed and cruelty. ( a Core Power)