The Blue Dragon
Named Watcher of the Tomb, the Blue Dragon has always been a silent guardian. He perched on an island far to the west of both known continents, and rarely traveled to Erjas or Teimas. Sailors sometimes saw him sit atop these small island and wondered about him and his title.
The scholars, then, began seeking for more information, and asked all the dragons willing to listen and similarly dangerous sources of information. Nothing. The dragons ignored all questions of the kind, and none of the angels, demons or devils could answer, either.
Theories abounded, though, and contained legends of the ancient civilization of dragons, a realm of mortal creatures that came before the gods or the god’s original birthplace. Many more such theories were tossed around in scholarly circles, but none ever seemed to fit.