There's something I've always been curious about. Dragons are typically depicted as "evil", but in Tyria, I don't know, they seemed to be corrupted themselves. Please understand that I've only beaten the core story line, so forgive any incorrect assumptions or discrepancies herein. From my understanding, magic flows through Tyria like water, untapped energy with infinite potential, of course, people are going to exploit that, that is the nature of most sentient beings: Survive, prosper, and destroy. In that respect, maybe the dragons don't need to really die as they maybe a balancing point of sorts. I get that Zhaitan was pretty bad in that he corrupted an ossuary and brought a plague of Risen in his wake. However, aren't necromancers, technically doing the same thing? I always saw the dynamics between dragons and human-like figures as the dragon is guarding something. Something of great value. Perhaps that which flows through Tyria possess the very essence of knowledge. So, essentially, the dragons "eating" this excess magic kind of balances things out. I'm not saying that these dragons didn't do horrible things, they did; I just can't help but feel as though, in the grand scheme of things, that the dragons are necessary to keep Tyria both on its feet and out of something they don't need. Knowledge is power and absolute power corrupts absolutely. And I find it strange that the dragons didn't really "wake up" until rulers created a cataclysm which just escalated into a war between human-like creatures and dragons. From what I've read in mythology books and whatnot, is that dragons are guardians, so of course they're going to kill whatever it is that's threatening what they guard. I must apologize, I'm very tired and this may or may not make sense. I apologize in advance if it doesn't.
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