World-368.5.HL-3: City-States of Halfling Scholars

Foolish use of wizards' magic resulted in a world-wide catastrophe, a climate-ruining event that blocked out the sun and caused the extinctions of most large creatures: anything as big as a human or as giant as a typical dragon simply lacked the food necessary to survive. In this new environment halflings, humans with a mutation …

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World-417.5.DD-5: A Surface World Burned by Dragons, Reclaimed by Dwarf Engineers

Dwarves lived underground because the surface races of humanity, orcs, and elves were wiped out by gigantic fire-breathing dragons.  Easily over ten meters long (or much, much larger) and while not intelligent but possessed of powerful fiery breath, they scoured the world by eating people and burning all terrestrial civilizations. Only in the last hundred …

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Earth-625.5.MS-8: An Earth of Superheroes Whose Powers Come from Magic

This was a modern world of superheroes and supervillains.  For those people their superpowers came from magic or spirit totems.  The multiverse scholars who studied this world note that it was occupied by spirits and supernatural beings and filled with arcane lore and supernatural treasures.  While superhuman activity was world-wide and involved tens of thousands …

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World-817.3.DL-66: A Planet Under Attack from Aliens Who Wield Laser Dragons

Unlike the dragons of other worlds, the dragons of this one are eyeless (relying on echolocation and smell), lack front legs, and have finned tails.  They are roughly the size of battle tanks or battleships, and they fly with slow manta-ray like speeds (though they can accelerate for quick dashes if need be).  Despite being …

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Galaxy-608.3.DP-7: A Constellation of Star Systems Under the Rule of Dragons

The dominant species of this galaxy are dragons.  Though lacking any natural ability to breathe fire, they are intelligent and have front claws that function like hands, allowing for dexterous tool use.  This ingenuity, combined with their strength and size (four meters tall and with a five meter wingspan), made them the dominant technological power …

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Earth-305.6.DH-2: An Earth with Dragons in Charge of Humans

Since the establishment of dragon civilization, dragon-kind began at first with a tenuous relationship with humans.  While dragons built their towns and cities, humans regularly encroached into them, almost as a kind of vermin.  In different parts of Europe, at least, dragons eventually made pacts with the intelligent humans - pacts eventually became treaties, treaties …

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Earth-237.2.DR-7: A Despotic European Monarchy in the Shadow of Dragons

Alongside humans, and arguable in a more dominant position on the planet, are fire-breathing dragons.  None are sure if they are sapient as they do not speak, but they are unquestionably cunning and dangerous.  Typically dragons don't grow much larger than an elephant or small whale, but their magical powers of flight and fire mean …

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