Winged- Winged Amphisbaena are the most uncommon of the two breeds. The fore-most head controls any legs, and when they fly, the two heads have to be in perfect sync otherwise it will crash to the ground.
Wingless- Wingless Amphisbaena are incredibly common. They are often mistaken for snakes, but on closer inspection one notices the extra head and the scales that are much thicker than a snake's.
Wind- Wind drakes have pure white scales that reflect the sunlight. This breed typically makes their home in caves near the peaks of high mountains. Their elemental breath is a powerful burst of wind.
Earth- Earth drakes have hard, metallic brown or green scales that give them the appearance of wearing armor. They make their homes in rocky terrains and deserts. Their elemental breath is a storm of sand.
Fire- Fire drakes range from red to orange. They live around both active and dormant volcanoes. Their elemental breath is a raging hot fire.
Water- Water drakes have incredibly thick blue scales that allow them to withstand high pressures. This comes in handy when they go hunting deep within the ocean. They usually live in caves near the ocean, though on occasion they make their homes by lakes. Their elemental breath is a powerful blast of water.
Shadow- Shadow drakes have pitch black scales and are slightly smaller than other breeds. Their smaller size makes it easier for them to move around in the swamps where they live, as well as making them faster than other breeds. Their elemental breath is a choking black fog that makes it difficult for their foe to see and breath.
Light- Light drakes have golden scales that shine in the sunlight, giving them a dazzling appearance. They usually live in valleys or deserts. Unlike other drakes, the don't live in dens. Rather, they form a nest of sorts out of rocks. Their elemental breath is a bright light that burns the eyes.
Storm- Storm drakes have cloudy gray scales that blend in well with rainclouds. They are rarely seen since they almost never come down from their high mountains homes. Their elemental breath is a electrifying blast of lightning.
Lava- Lava elementals live deep in volcanoes and eat rocks or fire rather than meat. Their favorite snack is a hardened blob of magma. Their insides are made up entirely of hot magma and fire, with igneous rock forming a thick crust to hold it all together. Even through the hardened rock that protects it, a hot red glow is visible. They attack by blasting lava out of their maws, much like a volcano erupting, and they can heat the air around them by fanning their wings.
Water- Water elementals usually live in rivers, lakes, or bays and rarely come on shore, even though they can survive just as well on land. Within, they are made up entirely of water, while on the outside they are covered by slick ice that's protected from melting by magic. When in the water they seem to disappear. They have a frosty breath that can freeze almost anything, and every flap of their wings causes a chill to permeate the air.
Ground- Ground elementals are content living anywhere that is dry and will burrow their way deep into the earth when they make their dens. They eat whatever minerals they can find. On the inside, this breed is full of shifting sand. On the outside, they are protected by metal. The red tint comes from the clay that is mixed in with the metal. They spit mud-balls at their opponents and create miniature sandstorms by flapping their wings.
Air- The only food that air elementals require is air itself. Their entire being is made up of air. Even their scales are simply compressed air; if this outer layer is punctured, the air elemental will die. The green that flows from their bodies is air that has been tinted by the magic within them. This breed is constantly flying and usually only comes down for a landing when it is taking care of its draclings or when it needs rest. They blast powerful gusts of wind from their mouth, and their wings can also create small yet dangerous windstorm. They often use this to give themselves a boost, making them extremely speedy.
Forest- Forest kirin live in the deepest reaches of Fargona's forests where few humans ever go. They use magic by stomping down on the ground. This sends out a shockwave, like a small earthquake. Males use their magic when fighting, and whichever one falls over first loses.
Sky- The flames of a sky kirin cannot be extinguished by anything, and these flames only harm those they consider enemies. The only way for the flames to go out is if the dragon dies. The magic of sky kirin permits them to run through the sky as if it were land. No dragon can match their speed in the skies. Even when sleeping they hover high above the clouds and only land to feed. Like celestial dragons, sky dragons use their "whiskers" to judge wind direction and speed.
Forest- Forest puk will live anywhere as long as their are plenty of trees, whether it be in the Oress Marshland, the tropical forests of the Orskel Islands, or the freezing cold northern evergreen forests.
Long-snout- As their name suggest, long-snout wyrms have long snouts, as well as a snake-like tongue.
Flat-snout- Unlike the long-snout wyrm, flat-snouts have flat faces and no tongue, and their mouths are lined with long rows of sharp teeth that quickly shred prey.