Dragons divided by their physical build. Below is a very general breakdown of key features for each type. More information can be found on the types' category page. Sub-classifications stack with general classifications, such as a Pygmy Eastern.
Amphitheres (alternatively ampthiphere) are winged but limbless serpentine dragons.
Draca are winged dragons with membrane attaching to the tail that distinguishes them from Wyverns. They lack fore legs.
Drakes are wingless quadruped dragons that are largely terrestrial.
Easterns are serpentine, generally wingless (though there are exceptions) and quadruped dragons. Most have the ability to fly with magic.
Faeries are often magical dragons with wings that either are insect-like or composed of an element. They are usually small.
Leviathans (also known as sea serpents) are aquatic dragons often resembling amphitheres or lindwyrms. Most species spend their entire lives underwater and are finned as a result.
Lindwyrms are a serpentine dragon with no hind legs. Some are winged.
Pygmies are very small dragons. Most are dual-classified as Western.
Westerns are the traditional quadruped dragons with two wings and four legs. The most common classification of dragon.
Wyverns are winged dragons with no fore legs.
Wyrms, as their name may suggest, are limbless serpetine creatures.
This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.