Groups of dragons are called various things A common term, as I see many answers here already mention, is a thunder of dragons. A flock of dragons would work but makes me think more of feathers A hoard of dragons is clever wordplay, but reminds me...
A group of dragons is referred to as a "Clan" This was due to the fact that Dragons were believed to be sentient creatures, thus if they travelled together it was because they chose to be a part ...
I was wondering if anyone knows what a group of dragons is called. Are they a flock? a family? a murder? a pack? or what?
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A group of Dragons is referred to as a "Clan". This was due to the fact that Dragons were believed to be sentient creatures, thus if they travelled together it was because they chose to be a part of that clan for more reasons than just being in a group.
I recommend a flight. Though to be honest it depends on the dragons you're using. If they are typical western dragons a group of dragons would be a cemetery since they are very territorial and concerned with their hoards and would likely kill each other or keep their distance.
The standard collective nouns for dragons are: a flight of dragons a weyr of dragons a wing of dragons A group of dragons is referred to as a "Clan" This was due to the fact that Dragons were ...
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