The brood of Nozdormu has traditionally been one of the closest to mortal societies, although few realize this fact. Though many bronze dragons went into hiding when Deathwing once again began capturing the eggs of other flights, some bronzes remain near human cities, often in the guise of a human or elf. Bronze dragons are concerned with making sure the flow of time is properly maintained, but some also lend a hand to mortal society and help maintain the safety of the world at large. Generally, bronze dragons are aloof and introspective, constantly thinking and debating options in their minds. The dragon watches from a distance, little emotion showing on its features. Its scales are pristine and beautiful, but as one stares into them, they seem almost to shift on the dragon’s form. After a few moments of disorientation, one may turn their gaze back to the dragon’s eyes: The magnificent creature seems to smile slightly.
Bronze drakes are extremely swift to strike in combat, seeking to catch their opponents off guard. They initiate combat with spell-like abilities or breath weapon, depending on the situation, moving into melee only if necessary. If outnumbered or severely wounded, they retreat as quickly as they were attacked, preferably with the aid of magic.