Basically, I come up with an idea and tell you guys about it, and you give me feedback on it. (Also, feel free to make your own suggestions.) I currently don't have any ideas that come to mind right about now, so feel free to suggest something. I'm working on my dragons' firebreathing mechanics. Rundown of everything you need to know about my dragons: Khrizans -Twelve feet tall average height -Average lifespan just under 200 years -Anthropomorphic build (arms, legs, wings, tail, head, walks upright) -Build tools, live in cities (more on that later) -Green scales -Orange blood -Tail barbs can be spearhead shaped or arrowhead shaped (females don't have them) -Male horns are dark green with spiral ridges like antelope horns, female horns are ivory smooth -Claws on fingers instead of fingertips (four fingers and thumb) -Three toes in front, one in back (not flat footed) with talons -Eye colors in order of dominance: red, black, green -Omnivorous diet, mostly consists of meat, especially from large animals such as deer, cattle, sheep -Clothes only for practical or ceremonial purposes (usually carry satchel to hold currency or other small items; cloaks used for travelling are made of wool, silk or chain mail) -Cities usually flying distance apart -Must copulate before laying egg (egg spends 9 months in womb and 9 months before hatching) -Monogamous marriage system Khrizans are named after an emperor, Khriza. Khrizan Dragonese or Khrizan is the language he spoke, and is the precursor to modern Dragonese. The land of Khriza and its capital are named after him as well. Occupations unique to the dragon world: -Hunter-- dragons, or Khrizans at least) do not raise domestic animals, so they must hunt them. (They do have pets; one character has a cobra.) -Ichor producer-- a dragon who makes erotichor, a legal drug that nonetheless is heavily taboo. -Sky archer-- skilled dragons who can shoot arrows while flying. Division of police and military. -Horn polisher-- polishes phoenixes' horns to keep them smooth and shiny. Extinguishers-- firefighters. (Because even dragons can screw up.) Khrizans live in houses as mountain caves are few in Khriza. Low-class houses are little more than entrance halls for underground dugouts, while high-end dwellings have multiple stories as well as a basement. Some places are rural rather than urban. Shira is one example and resembles Hobbiton. (Sadly, it will only make a cameo appearance in the first book if at all. It does get more coverage in the second book and features heavily in the third book as the main setting.) Khrizan currency takes the form of coins that are extremely small so as to fly with easier. The emperor is known by his red cape the way a human king is known by his crown. Those are all the factoids that come to me at the moment. Again, I'm working on fleshing out the firebreathing mechanics. I heard an idea about producing a liquid that allows a dragon to increase their range (similar to what real-world fire eaters use to breathe fire.) Without this liquid, how far should dragons be able to spurt flames? And should there be an ability to shoot them flames in projectile form rather than flamethrower form?