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8th May '17 1:41:42 PM Larkmarn
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* ''WebAnimation/TheAutisticWorldOfTheAutist'': [[KnightOfCerebus Dracomort]] is a variation. While he is undead, his skeletal appearance is actually armour (which proved to be his undoing when he fell into a pond and it rusted, defeating him).
2nd May '17 8:51:24 AM WaserWifle
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** In fact, by the time of Skyrim, almost all dragons in the setting are undead, with a few notable exceptions. Though whether they count is debatable, since dragons can't truly die unless killed by a Dragonborn or possibly another dragon.
4th Mar '17 8:43:46 AM Theriocephalus
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* Zombie Dragons feature heavily in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', as an epically powerful [[HorseOfADifferentColor steed]] for vampires (and, in some editions of the codex, necromancers). Unlike most undead dragons, though, they are nothing more than mindless automatons, being basically extra-beefy flying zombies.

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* Zombie Dragons feature heavily in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' as an epically powerful [[HorseOfADifferentColor steed]] steeds]] for vampires (and, in some editions of the codex, necromancers).necromancers), who supposedly journey to a [[ElephantGraveyard legendary dragon graveyard]] to find dragon corpses to reanimate. Unlike most undead dragons, though, they are nothing more than mindless automatons, being basically extra-beefy flying zombies.
26th Feb '17 10:08:15 AM Theriocephalus
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** Dominaria also has [[http://magiccards.info/arc/en/99.html vampiric dragons]].



* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'': Just to show that not even the dead are safe from his dickery, The Ebon Dragon has a charm that can turn him into a Creature of Death (i.e., a ''temporary'' Dracolich).
* In ''TabletopGame/ThirteenthAge'', the Lich King has a habit of turning white dragons into these, starting with their patron, known simply as the White - thus explaining why white dragons are weaker than other chromatics. The dragons are rarely as on board with this plan as the Lich King is.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'': Just to show that not even the dead are safe from his dickery, The the Ebon Dragon has a charm that can turn him into a Creature of Death (i.e., a ''temporary'' Dracolich).
* In ''TabletopGame/ThirteenthAge'', the Lich King has a habit of turning white dragons into these, starting with their patron, known simply as the White - -- thus explaining why white dragons are weaker than other chromatics. The dragons are rarely as on board with this plan as the Lich King is.



* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' :
** Giratina for some reason has large spikes protruding from its body that resemble ribs. It is also part Ghost-type as well. Giratina takes it even further by not only representing antimatter in the Pokeverse, but also being an EldritchAbomination [[{{Expy}} akin to]] that of [[Creator/HPLovecraft Yog Sothoth]].

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' :
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** Giratina for some reason has large spikes protruding from its body that resemble ribs. It ribs, and is also part Ghost-type as well. Giratina Ghost-type. It takes it this even further by not only representing antimatter in the Pokeverse, but also being an EldritchAbomination [[{{Expy}} akin to]] that of [[Creator/HPLovecraft Yog Sothoth]].



** [[spoiler:Seathe the Scaleless is referred to by Big Hat Logan as a "true undead", thanks to the power of the [[SoulJar Primordial Crystal]] he stole after the war on the Everlasting Dragons.]]

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** [[spoiler:Seathe [[spoiler:Seath the Scaleless is referred to by Big Hat Logan as a "true undead", thanks to the power of the [[SoulJar Primordial Crystal]] he stole after the war on the Everlasting Dragons.]]


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* ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'': Zombie dragons are available as a high-level steed for [[HeroUnit Lord units]] of the Vampire Counts. They can fly, which allows them to easily bypass terrain obstacles and enemy units, and are very powerful in combat. Unlike other examples of this trope, they are just reanimated dragon corpses, simply another type of puppets bound to their masters' will.
16th Feb '17 6:23:35 AM warm_milk
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* ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'' has the Dragon King, a huge skeletal dragon boss. It still breathes fire, however. And [[DragonsPreferPrincesses you need to use a Decoy Princess to attract it]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'' has the Dragon King, Bone Dragon, a huge skeletal dragon boss. It still breathes fire, however. And [[DragonsPreferPrincesses you need to use a Decoy Princess to attract it]].it]].
--> When you purchase the Bone Dragon, not only do you get a realistic facsimile of a dragon, you also get those classic dragon traits - the gift of flight, red-hot fiery breath, and a predilection for murder! [[Main/ButWaitTheresMore BUT THERE'S MORE-]]
8th Feb '17 4:02:52 PM cuttlefishcrossbow
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* "Bone Dragons" are the primary antagonists in ''WebOriginal/TheClockworkRaven.''
25th Jan '17 4:31:10 AM Perseus
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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden,'' one of the few Fire Emblem games to include monsters as enemies, has Draco Zombies as [[BossInMooksClothing very powerful enemy units]] who attack by biting. The bizarre PhysicalGod Duma appears as a slime-covered dragon-shaped being with exposed muscle and bone, best depicted in [[http://fav.me/d4c284a this fanart]]. Unlike most examples, Duma is fully sentient and has a sense of honor.

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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden,'' one of the few Fire Emblem games to include monsters as enemies, has Draco Zombies as are [[BossInMooksClothing very powerful enemy units]] who attack by biting. The bizarre PhysicalGod Duma appears as a slime-covered dragon-shaped being with exposed muscle and bone, best depicted in [[http://fav.me/d4c284a this fanart]]. Unlike most examples, Duma is fully sentient and has a sense of honor.
25th Jan '17 4:30:57 AM Perseus
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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden]],'' one of the few Fire Emblem games to include monsters as enemies, has Draco Zombies as [[BossInMooksClothing very powerful enemy units]] who attack by biting. The bizarre PhysicalGod Duma appears as a slime-covered dragon-shaped being with exposed muscle and bone, best depicted in [[http://fav.me/d4c284a this fanart]]. Unlike most examples, Duma is fully sentient and has a sense of honor.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden]],'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden,'' one of the few Fire Emblem games to include monsters as enemies, has Draco Zombies as [[BossInMooksClothing very powerful enemy units]] who attack by biting. The bizarre PhysicalGod Duma appears as a slime-covered dragon-shaped being with exposed muscle and bone, best depicted in [[http://fav.me/d4c284a this fanart]]. Unlike most examples, Duma is fully sentient and has a sense of honor.
25th Jan '17 4:30:45 AM Perseus
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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Fire Emblem Gaiden]],'' one of the few Fire Emblem Games to include has Draco Zombies as [[BossInMooksClothing very powerful enemy units]] who attack by biting. The bizarre PhysicalGod Duma appears as a slime covered Dragon shaped being with exposed muscle and bone, best depicted in [[http://fav.me/d4c284a this fanart]]. Unlike most examples, Duma is fully sentient and has a sense of honor.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'', the Draco Zombie class returns is a boss of the second-to-last map now using a poisonous BreathWeapon known as ''Wretched Air.'' On the penultimate map, there are ''two''. And on the final map, the BigBad may choose to summon these as ''mooks''. Gets worse in the [[BrutalBonusLevel Lagdou Ruins]], where the final map features no fewer than ''seven'' of them. Now you know why you've been saving up all those S-Ranked weapons. Thankfully, [[AntiAir bows are also effective against them]].
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' the Malig Knight class combines this with DragonRider as they ride Undead Wyverns.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Fire Emblem Gaiden]],'' ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden]],'' one of the few Fire Emblem Games games to include monsters as enemies, has Draco Zombies as [[BossInMooksClothing very powerful enemy units]] who attack by biting. The bizarre PhysicalGod Duma appears as a slime covered Dragon shaped slime-covered dragon-shaped being with exposed muscle and bone, best depicted in [[http://fav.me/d4c284a this fanart]]. Unlike most examples, Duma is fully sentient and has a sense of honor.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'', the Draco Zombie class returns is as a boss of the second-to-last map map, now using a poisonous BreathWeapon known as ''Wretched Air.'' On the penultimate map, there are ''two''. And on the final map, the BigBad may choose to summon these as ''mooks''. Gets worse in the [[BrutalBonusLevel Lagdou Ruins]], where the final map features no fewer than ''seven'' of them. Now you know why you've been saving up all those S-Ranked weapons. Thankfully, [[AntiAir bows are also effective against them]].
** The Malig Knight class in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' the Malig Knight class combines this with DragonRider as they ride Undead Wyverns.
13th Dec '16 8:46:37 PM Doug86
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