Western Dragons (or European Dragons) are dragons that (generally) have two wings and four legs. They are one of the two main types of dragon breeds.
Western Dragons are found in Europe and some parts of Africa. They hunt mostly large prey animals, such as deer. They generally live by themselves or in small groups of two to four members. Many sub-breeds of dragon branch from the Western Dragon, including the Wyvern, Hydra, and Amphitere. Drakes, lindworms, Knuckers, and other similar dragons are also considered European Sub-breeds though they are just closely related and not an exact sub-breed.
- Western Dragons are much greater in popluation than Eastern Dragons.
- They also have more sub-breeds.