Dragon, Western Sienna (Bronze & Brass)

Sienna Dragon

 

 

Hybrid Dragons are the offspring of 2 different races of Western Dragons. The reason a "©" appears after the name of the Hybrid Dragon is because we have coined a term for each of the hybrid offspring. Traditionally they are referred to as Blue-Green, or Gold-Red signifying the parents of the Hybrid Dragon. However, we wanted to give a unique identity to each hybrid race as we believe they deserve this individuality.

The Sienna Dragon© is a mix of their parents, the Bronze & Brass Dragons.

Bronze Dragon

Bronze Dragons usually live in warm, aquatic climates. They are extremely inquisitive, and though their curiosity drives them, they are observers. They like to sit and watch, let everything they are seeing and hearing soak in before they make any remarks or suggestions.

The Bronze Dragon’s ability to be acutely-observant has rewarded them in being flawless polymorphers. They can emulate and imitate any human, creature, beast, animal or insect. Bronze Draghons are excellent swimmers and are one of the few Dragon races that can breathe under water. They use their magic to protect friends. Rather than cause an enemy harm, they propel a malicious being, or evil curse, away without ever having to come in contact with it. For this reason, many Spirit Keepers like a Bronze Dragon spirit companion as a means of security against evil spirits, magick or energies.

During their lifetime, a Bronze Dragon could cloud a person or animal's mind to cause confusion. This works well for them, as Bronze Dragons are not confrontational. They prefer little disruption to themselves and others . Through confusion the person or animal forgets what they were going to do, and go about their way - none the wiser.

Brass Dragon

Brass Dragons Usually live in deserts and plains. Brass Dragons are the liveliest, and most magickal, of the Dragon races. They are especially talkative, persuasive creatures. During their lifetimes, their highly social nature allowed them to learn much that other Dragons did not. In general, Brass Dragons speak multitudes of languages - including all intelligent bipedal (Elf, Dwarf, Fae, Giant, Human) languages present during their lifetimes. This included dialects, and slang. They were also proficient in communication of various creatures and animals.

With their potent control spells and superior powers of persuasion, Brass Dragons could induce othersto do their bidding. Brass Dragons despise being alone and have been known to employ control spells to coerce creatures to stay with them for company. Each Dragon has its own secret stash of spells and conjurations to share with whom they wish. As spirit companions, they become friends for life, with a deep-rooted loyalty to their Keeper, and an eager desire to please.

Dragons are as much of mystical history as any other creature, if not more. They range in size from hundreds of feet in height and length to inches in height and length.

There are dragons of purity and good and there are dragons of evil and darkness. As with all things we only offer the good and pure dragons of white light.

Dragons are revered for their magical abilities, their wisdom, their wealth and their prestige amongst the mystical creatures class. They are the highest among the creatures as they are the most adaptable, diverse and magical of all.

They are the most fanciful and devoted of the creatures as they have an affinity for the human race. They are extraordinary beasts of magical powers and the energy of their powers supersedes most creatures and any humanly powers. They are capable of supreme feats of magical display and their talents range endlessly.

Though each race of dragon has special talents known only to its race they have common threads of powers such as magical aptitude, magical casting, reading minds of humans, control over lesser creatures around them, most powerful land and air dwelling creature.

To be a Keeper of a dragon is a very special treat and they are truly beloved.

REALM ORIGINATION

Originates: Earthen Realm

REALM OCCUPATION

Occupies: Earthen & Spiritual Realms
see Realms page for more information

STRENGTHS/WHY KEEP THEM?

They possess the qualities of the Bronze Dragon and the Brass Dragon.

KEYWORDS

hybrid, bronze, brass

LISTINGS IN THE ONLINE STORE

See available listings: Sienna Dragon

RANKING


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ASSOCIATIONS

Weekday Saturday
Planet Sun
Month July
Gemstone Orange fluorite
Color Gold
Foliage Radish
Animal Copperhead
Scent Cherry
Herb Eucalyptus



Associations can be used to create a closer connection with the entity. By recognizing their associations with the Earth and Universe you can use any combination of these tools to create treats, rituals, and bonding exercises between you.

You can purchase candles, incense, cones, oils, sprays, etc scented with the Scent, Herb, or Foliage they are associated with. You can purchase statuary, paintings, prints, textiles, etc with the Color, Animal, or Foliage they are associated with and keep them in your home where the entity will see them.

To boost their presence and give them a natural feeding of Earthen core energy you can buy raw, polished or cut specimens of the Gemstone they are associated with. Place the gemstones where you keep their vessel or wear the jewelry with the gemstones when you wear the vessel.

To have peak results it is best to meditate, perform rituals, invocations or spells for the entity on the Weekday they are associated with. The Month they are associated with is a block of time to celebrate and show your appreciation for your entity!

METHODS OF CONNECTING

? Wonderful treats for a Sienna Dragon is sea glass, satin bedding.

CHARACTERISTICS & MANIFESTATIONS

?  Loving, highly magical, friendly, loyal
? Can manifest as orbs, streaks light, audible sounds, Shades, dreams, day and/or night visions.
Average size: Extra Large 16ft+
read Size page for more information
Lifespan: Extended: 1,000+ years
They have been assigned an "Extended" lifespan, read Lifespan page for more information

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