The Water Flight is one of the 11 Elemental Flights in Flight Rising.
The Water dragons of the Sea of a Thousand Currents are oracles. They prefer to be as fluid as the waves and currents of the oceans. Of all the dragons, Water dragons are the most mysterious, predicting the many futures that may come to pass, but revealing nothing of what they divine to outsiders. Shells and magic orbs are their favored treasures.
The Water Flight considers all bodies of water to be theirs by right, but they have only ever been able to reliably hold the Sea of a Thousand Currents, rather than the larger body of water surrounding the continent. The Sea consists of four regions: Tsunami Flats, Fishspine Reef, Leviathan Trench, and the Spiral Keep. The Sea is bordered by the Light, Plague, Wind, Shadow, Lightning, and Fire Flight territories.
|A becalmed coastal stretch of shoals and giant tidal pools. Dragons occupy the pools, burrowing into the loamy sand shaping half-submerged underwater caves with their small, but growing magics. Sustenance, in the form of amphibious reptiles and fish, is abundant. Although seemingly a frontier, it is at these shores that the Water God is most able to protect his charges, employing tidal wave defenses to menance away aggressors.|
|The coral here roots deep into the dried marrow of gargantuan bones left behind from an ancient battle in a forgotten era. Whether these remains are of monstrous fish, dragons of yore, or something completely other, the Fishspine is crowded by lost history, sunken artifacts, and drowned spirits.|
|The deepest part of the world. The sea beneath the sea is a treacherous and savage place possessing of an unforgiving undertow and precious little light. Many wonders are said to exist here—more relics of prehistory—shrouded, even from the Tidelord's gaze, by a silty, unbroken twilight occupied by alien fish, and far worse. It is in the safety of the cliff faces that the flights dig their homes, and into the unknown that their bravest dare dive.|
|An immense conch, settled and pressed into the very bottom of the seabed. The pressure here is so intense that the integrity of this mysterious structure is pressed to its limit, nearly imploding under the weight of the water churning overhead. Within this dreary coil, the Tidelord bellows and moans his prophecies, which are carried to the surface by way of billions of tiny bubbles.|
Notable Flora and FaunaEdit
Food items with descriptions that clearly link them to the flight.Green Algae
Hard to believe this is the preferred food of many gigantic sea beasts.
The shed shells of grown nudibranch mollusks are often collected by Water dragons for good luck.
Even berries are better down where it's wetter.
Also known as the sea vacuum, the Silt Sifter leaves a spotless ocean bottom in its wake.
This is a true Water Bug, all others are just pretenders.
Though it has a land-growing cousin, this melon is cultivated exclusively in the Sea of a Thousand Currents.
Apparel items that can be directly related to the flight by their description and/or appearance.Diver Emblem
A glowing water rune; the sign of a true magical adept.
An azure jeweled armband, commonly worn by denizens of the Sea of a Thousand Currents.
Several fins, attached to the head and limbs, help propel their wearer through the deeps. Accompanied by a set of neck gills.
A ceremonial sash gifted to those who have brought honor to the Sea of a Thousand Currents.
A collar and cloak made from discarded treasures.
A glorious crown awarded to dragons who have shown good leadership while visiting the Sea of a Thousand Currents.
A school of followers for a seafaring leader.
A trident with a long reach is an excellent weapon in the deep...
A translucent material has been stretched between the silver framework.
Aquatic adaptations for those who wish to traverse the depths of lakes, rivers, and bodies of freshwater.
Be wary of donning this cloak around water, or dragons may find themselves unable to remove it...
An oceanic swath of unkempt hair and weeds.
A durable leather tome filled with ancient knowledge of the Water Flight.
This voluminous cape repels water and mildew.
Other items that can be directly related to the flight by their description and/or appearance.Water Runestone
An ancient stone bearing the ancestral rune of the Tidelord. Such a find should be kept as a prized possession.
This box is filled with liquid and encrusted by barnacles. As you pry off the last barnacle, the water rushes out, leaving behind the contents of the chest...
A rough, porous egg that is covered in barnacles. Bubbles are forming at the cracks and crevices that make up its shell, which is soaked through with seawater.
A crudely-fashioned stuffed doll that resembles the Tidelord. It's sopping wet and you can't tell what the material is.
A decorative trinket resembling the Tidelord. It is comprised of seashells and bits of coral. One can hear hundreds of faint whispers when holding it close.
Released during the 2017 Wavecrest Saturnalia.
Released during the 2018 Wavecrest Saturnalia.
Features the Water Flight's native breed, the Guardian Dragon, on an ocean backdrop.
Pictures the Redrock Cove.
Pictures the Waterway.
Pictures the Crystal Pools.
Pictures the Kelp Beds.
Features sheets of rainwater.
Features an underwater reef.
Features the ocean's tide.
This small treasure cache is also home to a variety of tiny guardians.
It's difficult to tell whether this belonged to a Maren or a seafaring Longneck. It belongs to the barnacles and you now.
Dragons not of the Water Flight are unable to discern what manner of creature this spearhead came from. Those of the Water Flight will not speak of it.
Also known as Tidelord's Tears, this agate is rumored to grant its bearer premonitions.
A foundation of many reefs in the Sea of a Thousand Currents.
An excellent companion piece to the Sopping Tidelord Sackdoll.
When submerged in warm water, this relic begins to thrum with faint power. It would take a lot of them to power anything worthwhile.
This paw belonged to a strong, seafaring animal. The webbing between the digits was used to propel the beast through harsh currents.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Water-specific Battle StonesEditWave Slash
A forceful slash of seawater. Deals physical Water damage to one target. May only be used by Water dragons.
A powerful stream of tide water. Deals Water damage to one target. May only be used by Water dragons.
Douses the target in a curtain of seawater. Has a chance to apply Slow (the target's speed is drastically reduced). May only be used by Water dragons.
When assigned, this fragment empowers one Water dragon with +2 Intellect.
When assigned, this fragment empowers one Water dragon with +2 Strength.
Native Dragon BreedsEdit
Eggs & NestEdit
"A rough, porous egg that is covered in barnacles. Bubbles are forming at the cracks and crevices that make up its shell, which is soaked through with seawater." - Unhatched Water Egg
Water eggs resemble cracked rocks covered with barnacles and surrounded by bubbles. They are nested in an underwater alcove surrounded by various aquatic species such as barnacles, anemones, and seaweed.
The Water Flight top banner and background feature the Fishspine Reef, thriving with various underwater plants and creatures, including seaweed, barnacles, coral, and anemones. The reef floor consists of various uneven coral formations, with several massive, half-buried bones sticking out.
|Locations||Sea of a Thousand Currents|