Draconis adds advanced Dragons and powerful equipment.
Dragons are massive, powerful mobs capable of laying waste to structures, animals, and players alike.
Fire Dragons are found in warmer biomes, like Jungles and Savannas. Their breath scorches terrain and spreads fire rapidly, making them a huge threat to wood structures and forests.
Ice Dragons live in cold biomes, like Taiga and Ice Sheets. Their breath freezes terrain and water, and can freeze living beings in blocks of ice.
Both varieties of Dragons will drop Dragon Bones, Dragon Scales, and rarely, Dragon Blood and Eggs.
Dragon Eggs can be used as decor, or hatched if you wish to raise a Dragon of your own. How an egg is hatched is different between Dragons and is detailed in the Bestiary.
Once hatched, baby Dragons must be fed and left to grow. As they grow, they will gain new abilities.
Dragons age, health, hunger, and commands can be tracked and changed by shift + right-clicking to open the Dragons control UI. Here you can switch a Dragons aggressiveness between passive, neutral, and aggressive. You can also change it's order between follow, wander, and stand.
Once above age 50, Dragons can be ridden. They can walk on the ground, and can take off by olding the Spacebar. Left-click unleashes their breath attack, and right-click lets out a roar. While flying forward, they will move with your mouse pitch, and will move with S (down) and Spacebar (Up) while hovering.
Dragons themselves are powerful, but succesfully raising one will unlock a new tier of powerful tools for yourself. Using information from the Bestiary, you can assemble the Draconic Steel Forge. Once your Forge is set up, and materials are placed in side, use your Dragons breath to fuel it. Once finished, open the Forge and you'll find Draconic Steel.
Draconic Steel can be crafted in to tools and armor (if stu's 3d armor mod is enabled) that far exceed the capabilities of diamond.
For more information, craft a Bestiary in-game and fill it using Manuscript.