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Sea Dragon (シードラゴン) is a creature that is regarded as a legendary sea deity in the New World.
The Sea Dragon was stated to have two arms and feet along with a long, thick tail that replaced its atrophied wings. It resembled a Sea Serpent in contrast to a Dragon.
The Sea Dragon seems to be very kind and caring as it was willing to go out of its way in order to protect ships traveling on sea from any harm's way possible. However, that is only the case if they were being respectful towards the dragon, then it will do so as a response of benign.
The Sea Dragon was quite a benevolent being that would protect ships if it was properly venerated. The dragon-like being would raise its head high above the surface of the seas. Additionally, the Sea Dragon was considered to be a sight majestic enough to behold for onlookers who saw it like Neia did, earning it the title of Guardian Deity.
The Paladin of the Holy Kingdom Arc
- Main article: The Paladin of the Holy Kingdom Arc
During the meeting with Blue Rose and the representatives from the Holy Kingdom Liberation Army, the Sea Dragon was used as a base to estimate the possible strength of the Demon Emperor Jaldabaoth.
Abilities and Powers
The Sea Dragon's intellect is said to be on par with or surpassing mankind's.
- Neia Baraja once saw the Sea Dragon at a distance while vacationing at the port city of Rimun.
- There is even a statue of the Sea Dragon in a place called "Lighthouse Cape" as a sign of respect from the people of the Holy Kingdom.