Draconia's cities floated in the sky using the same type of enchanted crystal clusters used in skyships. Draconia was one of the destinations to which Tiberius could teleport using his Circle of Teleportation spell.
Draconian society had institutional class- and tail-based slavery, which is why Tofor Brotoras (a tailless dragonborn) had a negative reaction to Tiberius. The tailless ravenites once lived below the floating city in the Dreemoth Ravine and were subjugated by the ruling Draconians, who were born with tails.
After the floating city of Draconia was destroyed by the Chroma Conclave, the ravenites briefly gave allegiance to the white dragon Vorugal. The ravenites later worked with Vox Machina to slay Vorugal and thereby gained independence.
Tiberius's character introduction indicated that Draconia had a "high council" (although its purpose and jurisdiction was not clear), as well as a magic guild.
Tiberius stated that Draconia has its own army of three hundred strong, and an air force numbering at around two hundred that used wyverns to fly.
Notable Locations Edit
- Tyriex: Small town within the heart of Draconia; home of Tiberius.
- As revealed by Matthew Mercer during the Fireside Chat, Draconia was considered the most immediate threat to the Chroma Conclave. Draconia had been keeping very close tabs on many (if not all) of the Conclave's members.
- ↑ From Matthew Mercer's tweet on the location of Draconia on Exandria.
- ↑ Matthew Mercer mentions that Draconia is on Wildemount. See "The Frigid Doom" (1x64) from 1:02:44 through 1:02:50.
- ↑ From this tweet further clarifying Draconia's location.
- ↑ Osysa scryed the floating islands of Draconia crashing. See "Return to Vasselheim" (1x43) at 0:37:08.
- ↑ Matthew Mercer clarified on Twitter how Draconian cities remain aloft.
- ↑ Matthew Mercer confirmed this on Reddit.
- ↑ See Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting, p. 25.
- ↑ See "The Frigid Doom" (1x64).
- ↑ See "Vorugal" (1x71).
- ↑ See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:07:53.