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<h1 id="dragon-code">Dragon Code</h1>
<p>A Dragon Code is a geek code which reduces the amount of text one would otherwise need to provide a description of what they or their personification are/is. It was created by Red Dragon on January 5, 1995. Eventually, it got taken over by Baxil on
August 25, 1996 and by Wyrm on June 19, 1999. While it was created on <a href="/Communities/altfandragons">alt.fan.dragons</a> and widely used within the draconity community, the code was not exclusively for dragons and contained codes for a variety
of species. Some members of the otherkin, draconity, and furry communities continue to use it, though the sites describing it are no longer maintained.</p>
<h2 id="revision">Revision</h2>
August 25, 1996 and by Wyrm on June 19, 1999. While it was created on alt.fan.dragons and widely used within the draconity community, the code is not exclusively for dragons and containes codes for a variety
of species. It is still occasionally used by members of the otherkin, draconity, and furry communities.</p>
<p>The Revised Dragon Code, also shortened to DC2 or referred to as &quot;Dragon Code 2&quot;, is a revised version maintained by Wyrm based upon the original (&quot;Version 1&quot;) Dragon Code. It has some differences that are not backwards compatible.
All Revised Dragon Codes start with <code>DC2</code> instead of <code>DC</code>. The latest known version is 2.6 and has been published on the 10th of January, 2004.</p>
<h2 id="guide">Guide</h2>
<p>The code itself consists of a number of tags that represent various characteristics. These tags start with a symbol that indicates what the tag represents, and are followed by other symbols that indicate the strength of (or otherwise modify) that
characteristic. The most common modifiers are the + and - symbols, the number of which determines how strong (or weak) that characteristic is. </p>
<p>You can easily identify a Dragon Code from all the other codes. If you encounter an original (version 1) Dragon Code, it will start with <code>DC.</code>. Revised Dragon Codes begin with <code>DC2.</code> instead. The guide below makes use of the
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