“Blue Dragons have a highly developed sense of order. The oldest blue dragon in an area acts as an overlord to all lesser blue dragons living nearby. This suzerain receives homage from it’s subjects and settles any disputes, particularly involving mates or territorial boundaries.”
I’ve always loved the Blue Dragons of D&D, and with Lockwood’s redesign of the RPG’s dragons several years back, I fell in love with them all over again. I image this particular overlord like an old male lion, having a harem of females hunting for him, bringing him gifts of food and gold daily as he does little more than look out over his territory and grow larger with each passing century. Yeah, I’m a nerd.