The Dragon Monarchs of Earth are the ruling council of the dragon species, run by a combination of principal emperors and empresses, and kings and queens with different hierarchy branch systems on the continent of Dragon's Crown. The major monarchs rules over the western and eastern types, while the minor monarchs governs over Wyverns, Hydras, Wyrms, Amphitheres, and Drakes.
The majors monarchs of the dragon species, the current generation emperors, empresses, kings, and queens reigning those associated with Dragon's Crown.
- Crihor: King of the Blood Dragons.
- Blazrus: King of the Fire Dragons.
- Evia: King of the Hydrogen Dragons.
- Exblassia: King of the Explosion Dragons.
- Fernyiges: Lord of the Hungarian Dragons.
- Jeveia: Empress of the Iodine and Chemical Dragons.
- Lạc Long Quân: King of the Vietnamese Dragons.
- Longmu: Queen of the Chinese Dragons.
- Terazori: Queen of the Ground Dragons.
- Raitric: Queen of the Lightning and Electric Dragons.
- Ryūjin: God-King of the Sea and the Japanese Dragons.
- Sāgara: God-King of the Rain and the Mahayana Dragons.
- Sihai Longwang: God-King of the Four Seas and the Chinese Dragons.
- Tiamat: Primordial Goddess of the Sea, Ocean, Saltwater, Chaos and Creation; Queen of the Mesopotamian Dragons.
- Tatsumi: King of Danger Beasts and the Adaptation Dragons; King of the Dragon Monarchs.
- Yongwang: God-King of the River and the Seas; King of the Korean Dragons.
Some of the monarchs of dragon types species were granted positions on the divine council at Tatsumi's request.
- Ao Guang: Dragon King of the East Sea.
As gods, the Olympians, and in particular the twelve council members, have extremely diverse personality traits that coincide with the realms and/or concepts that they represent. For instance, Zeus is typically stern, to the point, often abrupt, and authoritative, which coincides with his being the ruler of the sky and the king of the gods. His sister, Demeter, on the other hand, is shown to have a motherly, fussy, overbearing demeanor with an inordinate obsession with agriculture and related products. Hades is often bitter, angry, and resentful, which humans typically view as an attitude appropriate to the dead.
The twelve main Olympians do share several traits, however. The first and most important is that they are all easily offended. Almost all of the gods that so much as sense a slight against them tend to react ominously. Dionysus is often described as having purple flames appear in his eyes, and Hermes at one point transformed his caduceus into a cattle-prod when angered.
Each Olympian is also to some degree dismissive of the needs and desires of other gods, especially when they conflict with their own. Aphrodite was willing to allow Artemis to remain kidnapped, as she represented chastity and freedom from romantic love. Hera showed a similar disregard for certain elements of her family that threatened to unbalance her perfect family image.
- It is said that the gods are strongest during the Summer and Winter Solstice. This is because on these days the gods all gather together on Olympus. However, Hades is only invited on the Winter Solstice to help fend off evil forces when they are at their strongest but this may have changed after The Last Olympian.
- All of the second-generation Olympians except Aphrodite are children of Zeus.
- Depending on the myth, Aphrodite was created either by Kronos throwing Ouranos' remains into the sea, or by being the daughter of Zeus and Dione.
- When Roman the Olympians become more militaristic and warlike.
- Lupa and Janus are part of the Roman Olympians but not the Greek.
- Artemis, Athena and Hestia are all Olympians and virgin goddesses.
- Hall of the Gods
- Roman Gods
- Greek Gods