Most all Dragons are able to breathe fire, fly, and are reported to be quite intelligent. They are extremely powerful and strong, with their hard scales that cannot be easily pierced by weapons such as swords or arrows.
The apples of immortality in The Garden of the Hesperides are protected by Ladon. Another dragon, Peleus, is currently under employment of Camp Half-Blood, guarding the Golden Fleece that hangs on the pine tree on top of Half-Blood Hill. Some automatons are made to resemble or represent dragons, such as Festus. Dragons often make appearances in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and The Heroes of Olympus series (such as the many dragons in the Titan army and Medea's Sun dragons). In The Last Olympian, several were seen in the Lincoln Tunnel and according to Grover, a young dragon had appeared at Harlem and destroyed a dozen nature spirits.
Dragons (δράκων in Ancient Greek) are large, winged creatures that are used for guarding objects or places (as seen during regular intervals in the books).
These creatures can be easily killed with proper equipment and a group of at least 5 people.
Dragons have armor that varies in thickness. Dragons that have wings tend to have weaker scales than land based dragons. Most of them are capable of breathing flames.Very few can breathe poison. Throughout all of history, there have been two reported sightings of dragons that could breathe ice and freezing wind. Most dragons have powerful claws and tails, but it again depends on the individual dragon.
Most dragons have weaknesses depending on what kind of dragon they are. Flying dragons have thinner scales than land based and are more damaged by physical attacks. Land based dragons that crawl usually have vulnerable underbellies. Almost all dragons are weak on the inside. One hero was known to trick a dragon into eating a jar of Greek fire. A dragon may have an elemental weakness based on their type. Fire based dragons are vulnerable to ice, poison based are vulnerable to fire, water based or flying dragons are vulnerable to electricity.
Tactics solely depend on the individual dragon. Any with distance attacks will usually use that first. Flying dragons have been known to retreat into the sky to recover energy.
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