There is a prominent tale that Dragonborn arrived on the world by God’s command during the time of urgency. They were the mortal humanoid creatures but possessed the body and soul of a dragon. Their dutiful nature guarded their clans and the other animals from danger. Though dragon gods gave the shape, Dragonborn initially emerged from dragon eggs. They occupied the combined attributes of dragons and humanoids. Being a unique race, Dragonborn had two duties, either they were faithful servants to real dragons or the soldiers in great wars.
Dragonborns had no wings or tails like dragons and maintained in a humanoid form. The chest armors of rust, gold or copper green colors used to embellish them with the look of warriors. They were a tall, weighty, and solidly built creature. They were such devotees and dedicated towards the clans that sacrificing their life doesn’t matter in need of the clans’ prosperity. They were also devotional for the ally of their groups, and whoever tried to disgrace them faced an explosion created by dragonborns. Each Dragonborn belonged to a specific position to fulfill his/her duties towards the clan. They were not those kinds who accept failures easily. Instead, they raised their energy level with extreme effort to accomplish the ultimate success through self-improvement.
Dragonborn had 23 categorized clans in the nations of Laerakond and Tymanther. Every group had some unique history, nature and power. Here is some important detail about them.
20+ Names of Dragonborn
Clan Belarrak was the native of Relmaur in Laerakond. It was one of the well-known clans, the members of which had a presence in the Crown Council. The ruler of Relmaur, Harangor Urlingscar, allowed those appointed clan representatives to participate in the government of the nation.
Clan Belnak was the most prominent natives of the kingdom Tymanther. Many of their members used to work in the frontier village of Ruinspoke as the clan representative. Among them, Belnak Vikom was the most renowned member. In 1480 DR, He dealt with the monsters to save Lord Tuanek from the followers of Queen Sisay.
In 1487 DR, when the First Tymanther-Unther war ensued, Clan Churiarajhachi did their best to defend the nation. Churiarajachi Versengethor was the most militaristic Dragonborn in the history of Tymanther. His daughter Kerashna was one of those lance defenders who survived the advanced military operations during the war.
Clan Clethtinthtiallor was the farming tribe of Tymanther. They used to raise and train warhorses and used to live in the Northeast of Tymanther. Throughout the second sundering, Untherans captured many of their members. Later, Dahl Peredur, Mira Zawad and Namshita rescued them.
Clan Daardendrien was the martial expert of Tymanther. Their pieces of training were so influential that they could fight even without a weapon. Their devotion towards God and divine magic, let the other clans consider them as the most traditional, purest tribes.
Fenkenkabradon was the clan of Tymanther who utilized branching steel piercing in their clan piercing. Dragonborn Fenkenkabradon Ishkhanak was the clan patriarch. His younger brother Fenkenkabradon Dokann was the commander of weapon defenders. Throughout the first Tymanther-Unther war, he was in charge of the team which was protecting Tymantheran supply lines and Djerad Thymar.
Garadorn was one of those notorious clans whose members participated in the government of the nation. They were the inhabitants of Relmaur in Laerakond. The ruler of Relmaur appointed Garandorn’s member to the crown council.
Gethmara was the clan of Tymanther and had a tragic history. Most of their crucial members died in the Gethmara massacre. Though members of Gethmara claimed Clan Vkriss in this conspiracy, those prosecutions remained insignificant due to lack of evidence.
Ibeig was minor in numbers. A newlywed couple who retired from the lance defenders was the members of this clan. Yet, Thymari officials declared the couple with a prediction that their offspring and descendants would create an affluent farming tribe in forthcoming days.
The members of clan Jalt had the responsibility to protect the Tymanther and Mulhorand border. As they had a strong position in the village, their other task was to handle the administration. This clan of the Tymanther nation was a staunch devotee of God.
As a clan of Tymanther, Kanjentellequor was the only one who had several wizards among the members. Kanjentellequor Biri was one of them. She had a talent for magic and went against her clan elders to pursue wizardry studies. Later, her magic art helped her clan in the Battle of Luthcheq.
Members of Kanjentellequor used to pierce their jawlines and adorned them with silver skewers.
Kepeshkmolik was one of the oldest clans of Tymanther. After the foundation of Thymari clans, Kepeshkmolik played influential roles in achieving prosperity among the tribe. The symbol of their unique clan piercing was mother-of-pearl disks on their forehead.
Clan Linxakasendalor was well-known because of their tactics to protect Tymanther during the attack by the ash giants. The members used to bear copper owl-shaped piercing in their faces which helped the other clan members to identify them.
The Ophinshtalajiiir clan played significantly in the foundation of Tymanther. Ophinshtalajiiir Kaijia, Shaushka, Rimi, Rahdia, Perra. Sepideh was some influential clan members who put their best to form and protect Tymanther. Two light jade ornaments on the right neck of Ophinshtalajiiir used to help the other clans to recognize them.
Prexijandilin played an active role to defeat ash giants during their invasions. Throughout the second sundering, this clan lost their maximum lands. The clan identity was the enamel primroses in their pierced cheeks.
Shestandeliath was the farming clan who used to breed the Ishen-Charac. Ishen-Charac was the horse Tymantheran utilized in wars. The northeast of the Tymanther was their residence. Their piercing tradition was quite different from the others. They used silver chains from the left nostrils to the frill of the left ear. Some male used to wear a silver chain in their pierced lower jaw.
Throughout the entire nation of Tymanther, Tlassian was a small tribe. Tlassians offered Tarhun their constant military support. As a result of gratitude, they gained the status of Thymari clan after Tarhun became the Vanquisher. Tlassians used to pierce their left cheek.
The Travek was the Thymari clan that had an immense interest in artistic quality and jewels. Their operators used to stay in Ruinspoke to collect the deposit of precious metals.
Similar to Travek, Treg was an artistry specialist in the Thymari clan. They were one of the most flourishing Dragonborn tribes to identify the precious jewellery items. They also assigned their operators to mine valuable metals from the nearby villages.
Urlingscar was the long-established ruling tribe of Relmaur in Laerakond. The head of the clan was Harangor Urlingscar. He was the one who selected clan members to the crown council. By his recommendations, influential members of other tribes got permission to participate in the government of the nation.
Verthisathurgiesh became the most central clans after the formation of Tymanther. It was one of the oldest among the tribes, and the members had the responsibilities to keep the Eye of the Blazing Rorn safe. Eye of the Blazing Rorn used to be the most potential art-work of Tymanther.
The reputation of Vkriss as a clan of Tymanther was not much robust. Clan Vkriss was the beholder of heavy-handed political theory. At a point before 1479 DR, the tribe lost their reputation because of their severe criminal activities. To cover up those acts, they also had numerous legal small businesses.
As a farming tribe, Yrjixtilex used to live in the Northeast of Tymanther. Throughout the second sundering, when Abeir and Toril switched lands, Yrjixtilex lost a third of their numbers to them. As their clan identity, they wore red jasper axe headed ornaments in their right forehead.
Though all the dragonborns had self-efficiency, still for stressful situations, they intensely relied on other Dragonborn clans. Different clans had several cultural distinctions, but their real identity was they were Dragonborn. So, in need of help, no matter which group they belonged, they always received the support of the other clans.