Seashockers share attributes with many of the ocean’s most extraordinary creatures: the morphology of a manta ray, the sonar of a dolphin, and the bioluminescence of a deep dweller. Like the Hideous Zippleback, Seashockers also possess two heads. If you ever see their dark fins amongst the waves, it’s already too late for you – the rest of their pod has already moved in to attack. Being water-based dragons, Seashockers do not breathe fire. Instead, their bites paralyze victims with an electrical charge that stuns even the biggest prey into submission.
Scauldrons hunt in groups and have picked off smaller species to near-extinction. Instead of fire Scauldrons scoop up water in their gullets then boil it internally and shoot the burning-hot water out again. With its long neck, the Scauldron has a wide firing range and can blast an entire ship in a matter of seconds. Being ocean-based, the Scauldron will not typically attack on land. In fact, if a Scauldron is out of water for too long, its body will dry out and eventually perish.
Instead of fire, the Thunderdrum produces a strong concussive sound that can kill a human at close range. The blast is so powerful that the dragon is said to get its power from Thor himself. They can expel all oxygen from their bodies making themselves much flatter, allowing them to skim the ocean better.
Bewilderbeasts are not born to that alpha status, it is earned through combat, vigilance and, most importantly, a desire to protect the dragons in its nest. Fortunately for Bewilderbeasts, there are few other dragons in the world that can match their intimidating stature and ever hope to compete for the designation of “king of all dragons.” A Bewilderbeast is also a Class 10 Leviathan, aquatic equivalent of a Titan Wing, they can swim at incredible speed.