Dragonfire Family Trees

On this page of the website, you’ll find downloadable family trees for Dragonfire – they’ll also be included in Here Be Dragons: The Dragonfire Companion. They’re free downloads here on the site, in case you want to print them out. They’re formatted to be  printed on 8.5″ x 11″ paper. Here’s a screenshot of one:

Screen shot of the family tree for the Line of the Drakkir, dragon shifters in the Dragonfire Novels series of paranormal romances by Deborah Cooke

As well as names and dates, those Pyr who turned Slayer are marked with an S. Those in the original High Council of Seven are marked with a 7. If mates’ names are known, they’re included and if there’s a Dragonfire Novel featuring that firestorm, you’ll find a dragon icon on that Pyr‘s entry along with the title of his book.

Note that there are some spoilers for DragonFate in the family trees. The Dragon Legion warriors have incomplete geneologies, but the forebear of each Dragon Legion warrior is noted. Also, some Pyr still have shadowy histories: you won’t find Sahir or Pelias in the family trees. The geneology of Chen and his brother Lee, last of the Dragon Kings, isn’t documented either.

The Caledonian Line

The Caledonian Line II

The Line of the Cantor

The Dragon Legion

The Line of the Drakkir

The Line of the Drakkir II

The Eastern Line

The Hibernian Line

The Roman Line I

The Roman Line II

The Line of the Smith