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How do dragons fight?
Dragons are very intelligent creatures and some would prefer to talk rather than fight, but others were more aggressive and lived a life style of attacking first and asking questions later. When dragons are provoked to fight, their primary weapons are their teeth, claws, and sometimes their barbed tails. All of those weapons are extremely hard and razor sharp. Probably its most lethal weapon is its magic. In almost all dragons the magic is preformed through the mouth in the form of anything from the most common fire to frost breath to even clouds of poison depending on what color the dragon is. In most cases dragons do not attack anything larger than what they can swallow whole.
Dragons will only fight when provoked. Some dragons are more easily provoked, especially the colors red, blue, black, and green, whose temperament make them more liable to fight. Other dragons like the metallic colored ones are more intelligent and prefer conversation to battle. When provoked, dragons have a deadly arsenal. They have razor sharp teeth and claws that are extremely hard. Their barbed tails are also deadly weapons because they have the same properties as their claws and teeth. Their magic abilities are greater than that of most wizards and their power increases with age. They also have the ability to impair the enemies’ senses and make them more vulnerable in battle. Their scales are some of the most powerful kind of armor and are nearly impenetrable.