Draconyma, The Human Mythology
- Grianath – The god-dragon who created the world and is the most powerful along with her sister, Camnath. She is associated with the sun, creation, and destruction.
- Camhnath – The sister to Grianath, who was created in Grianath’s wake. She is the Morning and Evening Star who keeps Grianath from getting to close to the world.
- Fuarnath – Grianath’s mate, from whom the word and heavens were created. He is associated with winter and the major moon.
- Marnath – The firstborn god-dragon of Grianath and Fuarnath who mated with Camhnath to create the earth-dragons. He is associated with nature, judgement, the harvest, and the brightest wandering star in the night sky.
- Tiamnath – The twin sister to Bahamnath and seducer of both Fuarnath and Marnath, thus creating the races in the world. She is associated with the sea, chaos, death, and the abyss; and she is the morning day star (the leading trojan moon.)
- Bahamnath – The twin brother to Tiamnath against whom he fights to keep her from enslaving the world. He is associated with the earth, sky, and empathy and is the evening day star (the trailing trojan moon.)
- The Dracona – They are the ancient trees that many humans worship as gods. These trees are immense and vaguely resemble dragons.
- Falhand – The water god that some humans follow in defiance of the god-dragons. His followers believe he came to be when Grianath emerged from the eternal fire and is associated with all water, the afterlife (the underworld for those who follow the god-dragons), and storms.
(At this time there are no known living dragons)