The Tri-Dragon

The symbol of the Tri-Dragon is a Triangle with a dragon at each end, each dragon consuming the tail of another, symbolizing the struggle of each aspect of the Tri-Dragon for dominance. The Tri-Dragon is made up of 3 Dragons: Goodness, Order, and Selfishness. It is believed that by performing actions coinciding with each dragon, it is “fed” and grows stronger. Only by maintaining a balance between the dragons (usually Order and Goodness being held important to feed above Selfishness) can the world be kept from being consumed by a stronger dragon’s personality.
Worship through action is the most common way to pay homage to the Tri-Dragon, but temples are built for a more literal recognition of it.
The Aspects
Good- Good is a blue female dragon named Silena. Silena is the patron saint of women and is fed by altruism and is the primary reason that the Tri-Dragon and Lion can be worshiped together with out much problem.
Order- Order is a White male Dragon named Barthus. Barthus is fed when evil is punished, or good men rewarded for their actions. He is the patron saint of Law and Justice.
Selfishness- Selfishness is a black male Dragon named Beale. Beale is fed when actions are motivated primarily by selfishness and is the patron saint of just that.

The Tri-Dragon

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