What is a group of dragons called?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
a flight of dragons, a weyr of dragons, or a wing of dragons
- JeanneLv 44 years ago
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 other possibility would be young dragons that haven't reached their full growth or at least a large enough size to be independent. On the other hand if you have them work as a collective you could call them a swarm or a hive. will they run into a murder of giant crows?
- amy02Lv 51 decade ago
Okay, now that I have the smarty-pants answer out of my system:
Google search: dragon group
That didn't help.
Google search: dragon herd
That didn't help either.
Google search: dragon
Wikipedia says that the term dragoon is in fact derived from the same source as the word dragon.Source(s): Wikipedia, found via Google search.
- Anonymous6 years ago
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.
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- 1 decade ago
A group of dragons flying together in formation is called "a flight"Source(s): Wikipeia - 1982 animated movie produced by Jules Bass and Arthur Rankin Jr
- raxivarLv 51 decade ago
On Pern it would be called a Weyr.
Here on Earth I'd call it a hurricane of Dragons.
- 6 years ago
A thunder of dragons?
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I'd vote for "A Denomination of Dragons".
- Anonymous7 years ago
It's not webster-level-official, but the Inheritance series of fiction books (Eragon, etc.) used the term THUNDER.
A thunder of dragons.
Fitting and well deserved, if you ask me. :)
- 1 decade ago
I think it's a flight of dragons... but don't quote me on that.