To a great extent, events on Iomandra seem to revolve around the affairs of dragonborn. They rule the greatest empire—albeit a fading one—and have a difficult road ahead. If you play a dragonborn, here are some things to remember:
- You are probably a citizen of the Dragovar. If you are not a citizen of the Dragovar, you are an exile.
- Dragonborn citizens who belong to the arcane, divine, or martial castes (i.e., belong to a class tied to any one of these power sources) have no last names and no family ties.
- From what you know of Emperor Azunkhan IX, he’s not an evil tyrant. That said, he’s never won the hearts of the dragonborn people—no great victories in battle, no groundbreaking legislation, nothing.
- As a dragonborn adventurer, you can try to save the Dragovar dynasty from a slow death, supplant the corrupt monarchy, lead the dragonborn nation of Arkhosia to some heretofore unknown destiny, join the Knights of Ardyn, spread faith in Bahamut, or crush the evil forces of Tiamat.