I watched "Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief" which made an inspiration to me. But, in my fantasy world, the water magic does to my characters. In the picture shown above, Wraginor, the water dragon and the Prince of the Seven Seas, shows off his ultimate power, the Tsunami (Actually this a tidal wave, not something that caused by deep-sea earthquake)
The name, "Poseidon" is the god of the sea and earthquakes in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and Hades and Hera; identified with Roman Neptune.
I used his name to show something like "personification" between a "man" and a "beast" and "hyperbole" to show extremity on my theme.
Wraginor uses his water spells to cast a destructive tidal wave to ruin the evil Ta'za cities on the land. The Ta'za tribe is officially the enemy of Shivanian and Ka'thnosian tribe, so the Water dragon race joins with them.
But there is one enemy that attacks the Water Dragons, these are the Sea Serpents--->[link]
Troubles about water effects.
Well, about those water effects, they seemed to be weird. The lighting effects should be brighter so that it results to that glowing tidal wave. But it was stormy day, with lightnings on clouds though they brighten the sea. The water supposed to be clear when foamed and sprinkled, but I made them blue. So I made a little mistake about making tidal waves. Sorry.
Wraginor is now available in "Characters" section in my website--->[link]
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