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2004’s release of Complete Divine, Bahamut, the Platinum Dragon, is the King of the Good Dragons. Bahamut’s personal name is derived from the Bahamut of Arabic mythology, an elephant-headed fish that supports the world. In this book, the Platinum Dragon was given the personal name Bahamut. Bahamut is depicted as a massive, long and sinuous dragon with silver-white scales and blue, catlike eyes. According to Complete Divine and Races of the Dragon, the exact color is hard to specify and may depend on Bahamut’s mood, ranging from sky-blue to frosty indigo. About a quarter of the time, Bahamut wanders Oerth in the shape of a human or some other guise. He is said to have been encountered as a frail old hermit, with the seven great golden wyrms that accompany him disguised as seven canaries singing sweetly nearby.
Dragons that introduced Bahamut also introduced his antithesis, named Tiamat, the Chromatic Dragon and Queen of Evil Dragons, as well as the mother and deity of all evil dragons. This pairing of Tiamat and Bahamut as the antithesis of each other has since recurred in other fantasy settings. Both also occur in the card game Three-Dragon Ante, and Aspects of them have been created as plastic miniatures. Bahamut is a child of the dragon god Io, and a fierce enemy of Tiamat, his evil sister and twin. Medrinia is a blue-green aquatic dragon said to have been born from the first tear that Bahamut shed after witnessing the desolation left after the first battle between Tiamat and the dragons of good.