portrayal in "Wiedźmin: Gra Wyobraźni"
|Swamps and wetlands|
|Breath acid and/or sulfur mustard|
Black dragons are not actually black, but rather more dark brown but they do possess extraordinary abilities. One such ability is invulnerability (Their scales are harder than any armor). Witchers do not kill them because they are dragons.
In Wiedźmin: Gra Wyobraźni, black dragons are so called because of their dark brown scales. They live mainly in swamps and wetlands, basking the entire day in the mud. They spit streams of acid capable of destroying any armor. Their average length is about 10 meters.
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- The way they are described in The Eye of Yrrhedes and in Gra Wyobraźni, black dragons seem to be inspired by their D&D counterpart.