Quoros, Disciple of Io


Quoros is an ancient Great Wyrm silver dragon that has dedicated his life to uniting all dragonkind in peace. Millennia ago, Quoros was exploring the Naresh Mountains, soaring above the peaks in search of a suitable location to relocate his lair. What he discovered changed him forever: a massive temple dedicate to the dragon god Io, the NInefold Dragon.

The massive structure appeared to be abandoned, but its exterior was still pristine, carved from some strange color shifting material. Quoros felt a pull to enter the temple and explore its depths. Beneath its spacious upper levels, the young, curious silver dragon found a labrynth of corridors and rooms that snaked their way deep into the mountains. After days of delving deeped into the mountain's interior, Quoros arrived at the heart of Mount Ahmut. At the end of a long corridor was a single, gleaming door sculpted from platinum and silver. Beyond was a wide room with an obsidian alter at its center. Atop the black, polished stone was a massive tome, an ancient text containing the secrets surrounding the creation of all dragonkind.

From that day on, Quoros dedicated himself to restoring the Temple to its former glory and to quell the animosity harbored between the various breeds of dragon. Over the last few thousand years, Quoros has work diligently to grow the Order of the Ninefold, a group of dragons dedicated to restoring dragonkin to a state of harmony.

Quoros is a natural negotiator, master mediator, and patient teacher and mentor. He does not tolerate haughty dragons who are unwilling to pay tribute to the Creator, and he ensures that when inside the temple, all tempers are kept in check.

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  • Krothos
    Posts: 230

    This is very nicely done. Great information on majestic creature.


  • GamingMegaverse
    Posts: 2,969

    Absolutely gorgeous, both picture and character.

    Just trying to help out.

  • Conan_Lybarian
    Posts: 240

    I love metallic dragons! They always seem fit for their own character arcs. He sounds like a great NPC to interact with, even peripherally.

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