This breed of dragon was thought to exist only in legend. Although their name varies between cultures, they are often referred to as “Guardians of Nature.” They are able to channel the forces of fire, ice and lightning, which allows them to wield tremendous power. Seen very rarely, it is thought that they only become active when something is threatening the territory they have chosen to guard. In order to protect their chosen home, these dragons are incredibly adaptable; they have been seen everywhere from remote mountain ranges, to ancient forests, to the darkest depths of the ocean.
As he arrived after the female Guardian of Nature, Wel Palai (meaning "wild lizard"), the people around the cave were less startled by his fearsome appearance and gave him the more fitting name Gut Palai (meaning "friendly lizard" or "good lizard").
He is a quiet and placid dragon; even when he attacks an intruder he does so with calm determination and no signs of malevolence. He is quick to step in if a dragon or other animal is in danger but just as quick to forgive if the offender changes their behaviour.