There were three separate kingdoms created following Auradon’s founding -- the United States of Auradon, the Isle of the Lost & Fantasy Isle, a location made of all the magical kingdoms that Auradon couldn’t hold into their contract. As a result, Auradon and Fantasy Isle have been separate, the magic ban being a major reason why they didn’t join -- after all, worlds filled with pixies and white rabbits and imaginary dragons didn’t gel with King Beast’s ideal little kingdom.
Blarion ‘Blair’ Mercurial -- also known as the Dreamfinder -- decides to send his daughter Dawn to Auradon Prep as a peace treaty between the two kingdoms following the announcement of Prince Ben’s ascension to king. Coincidentally, it’s the same day that Ben announces his first decree -- four children from the Isle of the Lost will be brought to Auradon. Dawn finds herself locked out of the loop, now staring down another magical refugee who’s less well recieved then she was. Mal Bertha, daughter of Maleficent.
In the Villain Kids quest to steal the fairy godmother’s wand, Dawn becomes a distraction for Mal. Her existence causes Mal to question her loyalties, to question her ideals... And Dawn is questioning why her father sent her to Auradon in the first place. After all, imagination always finds a way, and she and Figment have some work to do.
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hi i’m in love with @scarlettroubles’s dragon au and designs so i wanted to throw my hat into the ring!
this is elizaveta, and she’s kats baby! her species is called a “winged mountain lindwyrm”, and there’s more info about that under the cut!
winged mountain lindwyrm, aka “lesser-deity lindwyrm” facts
they are one of the fastest dragon breeds in the world, as their six wings and serpentine bodies allow for improved aerodynamics
lindwyrms can come in a variety of colors depending on their habitat! the most common colors and brown, green, and grey, but as some live next to the coast (“kingfisher lindwyrms”, after the bird) they can also come in a variety of deep blues and blacks!
most lindwyrms do not have wings, and only have their front legs (this is an exception with the kingfisher lindwyrms, as instead of legs they have flippers, and are are often mistaken for seals from a distance) winged mountain lindwyrms have adapted to living high up in the mountains, where sufficient food on the ground is scarce.
though some prefer to hunt alone, some winged mountain lindwyrms will form groups of two to four, called a hustle. at most a hustle will comprise of five, as too many will upset strict hunting group dynamics and create drama in the group. hustles have been known to take down larger game, and there has been a record of a hustle of three taking down a whole norwegian ridgeback. griffins and hippogriffs are more common prey.
lindwyrms are very proud creatures, and have been documented showing off their scars in their hustle. it’s noted that the lindwyrm with the most scars seems to be the leader, although this hasn’t been fully proven yet, as often young lindwyrms have been seen getting into tussles to gain such scars for more respect from their hustle.
when threatened, the mane of feathers around their necks will fluff up, making the winged mountain lindwyrm seem bigger than it is. they will also cool their bodies in an attempt to make themselves look more ready and dangerous.
winged mountain lindwyrms are called “lesser-deity lindwyrms” because ancient wizards (and muggles) used to think of them as messengers of the aztec god, quetzalcoatl. this phenomena died out for a few centuries due to the abrupt disappearance of the culture, but the name has been rediscovered by historians in their research and has been slowly adopted by the public.
winged mountain lindwyrms often sleep coiled around something, whether that be the outcropping of a boulder or around a bedpost in the dormitories. they often do not fold their wings when they are sleeping, as they are instinctively always ready for a fight, making them look a fair bit like a biblical angel from christian mythos.
winged mountain lindwyrms don’t have any kind of breath, but they are venomous! the older the lindwyrm is, the more potent the venom will be
just kat’s dragon info:
her name is elizaveta ira solokov! eliza for short, and lizzy if kat feels like teasing her
she is very grumpy most of the time. she often thinks very highly of herself, though that doesn’t mean that she’s pretentious. she just feels as if things should be better for her and her rider.
though she is grumpy, that’s not to say that she isn’t caring! she resents the other dragons who insinuate that she doesn’t like her rider, because she does! she just thinks that kats actions are a little silly at times, and that she needs to be more attentive sometimes. eliza is just the more serious of the two.
eliza didn’t know about kats curse until second year, but she did know that something was off with her rider, she just couldn’t put her claw on what it was. once she finds out (along with rowan and their dragon. it’s a whole thing), that’s when she really starts getting protective over kat, especially once she spills her story to her dragon.
eliza hates kats cursed form by the way. that’s not her rider, that is a monster that has trapped her rider somewhere inside of it. one of the only times she has called kat “mama” is when she is rampaging in her cursed form.
eliza and kat both share a love of fish! they would eat it for every meal if they could, and they both are particularly fond of halibut.
she tends to be a bit too headstrong, and she has quite a temper if you set her off. she is a master of the cold shoulder and often waits for the other person to apologize, even if she is the one in the wrong.
though eliza tends to act like the more responsible one in her and kat’s relationship, there are cracks in her seriousness. she enjoys a good cuddle with her head in kats lap and her body coiled around her, with her wings shading them both from the weather
eliza is also a heater, because duh, dragon, and on the colder nights she’ll forgo wherever she sleeps to go and squeeze herself onto kats bed and keep her warm during the night. sometimes kat will go to her and sleep in her coils, as she’s one of the only beings she’s not afraid of clawing in her sleep whenever she has nightmares. eliza’s scales are simply too tough for her claws to penetrate.
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Yall, Diarmuid fight a wizard for 3 fucking days and nights.
Fought a giant and destroyed it with his own club after taking 3, powerful hits from it.
Scales a damn mountain that none of the Fianna could.
Fights an army of like, 3 thousand men alone for the Loathly Lady. (in another, magical land he is unfamiliar with, might I add)
Armies being killed by Diarmuid is a thing, when Fionn’s enemy trapped him in this castle or something and Dia ends this army and their king or something to free Fionn from their spell with the blood of said men’s heads.
Fights another army of like, 1500 men with Oscar and doesnt give no fucks, either.
Kills like, another large group of men on a beach sent to get him.
And somehow, SOME FREAKING HOW, his freggin endurance in fate is C and strength is B. I truly dont understand this lol