A dragon that stands on four legs. No matter the shape of its legs, its center of gravity should be near the belly or chest. It should not be overly long, as that would resemble the Wyrm body type.
A dragon that stands on two legs and has a set of arms. Its center of mass while running should be between its thighs. It may rest on all fours when not in motion.
A dragon that stands on two legs and has no forelimbs (other than wings). A Wyvern that is also wingless is a sorry sight indeed. Winged wyverns sometimes walk with their wings to support them, similar to pterodactyls and bats.
A long and noodle-y dragon. May have zero, two, or four limbs of the same size; they should be proportionately small compared to the length of the body.
Just…what is this dragon? Its body is unable to maintain a solid shape. It can resemble any body shape, but will clearly be melting or deteriorating in some fashion. Here are the options you can choose from (or pick all) to show that your dragon has a monstrous body:
- Bones/flesh sticking out
It can have between zero to four legs…but this does not need to be an even number, or even symmetrical. When melting or deteriorating, it will always move in the same direction. It will not create localized cloudy feathering, oozing manes, or so on (unless those traits are on the dragon’s genes). It’s only the basic body shape that is getting obscured.