generally some overlap between some of these, such as Water and Ice or Electricity and Air.
Earth is a very powerful element to have, as I'm well acquainted with. It is said that the mountains that protect Remnic from Hataan were created by a single, very skilled Earth dragon. Earth can be both powerful and gentle, and is possibly the most versatile element.
Air is the most common element to have, and it is often paired with Electricity. It is also the easiest to master, as it is, of course, everywhere, and weighs virtually nothing so it is easy to move. Those of the Air element are able to stir up massive winds, create storms, or simply bring a gentle breeze sailing through the city.
Fire is a dangerous and unpredictable element, but also very common and strangely simple to master. It is very powerful once it is controlled, though proper understanding is needed or else it can quickly overwhelm the user.
Water is a relatively uncommon element, often paired with Ice. Water is notorious difficult to master as it requires a much steadier hand than the others due to the sheer weight and power it has. Those with this element can do anything from making a river flow backwards to simple regenerating a glass of water.
Electricity is very rarely alone in a dragon, and it is often paired with Air. It is most commonly used to generate lightning. It is not a very common element to have as it is highly unpredictable, more so than fire, and incredibly dangerous in the hands of an untrained individual.
Ice is almost always paired with Water - many argue, in fact, that Ice is not its own element but simply a further manipulation of water. Whatever the case, it is a very useful element that is
very similar to earth. Many students I have had in the past