What do Druids think of Dragons? Intelligent and Magical and thus no more part of the natural world than civilised humans; or lone forces of nature?
— Ace 42 (@AoruiYao) July 6, 2018
I think druids respect dragons as forces of nature or, in the case of metallics, guardians of the status quo. #dnd https://t.co/cIaDXbrWnk
— Christopher Perkins (@ChrisPerkinsDnD) July 6, 2018
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Depending on the background of your setting. One might be able to argue that a dragon is alien or not of the “natural” world. In several settings dragons shift planes and jump world’s. When dragons claim a territory of a new world a Druid might take it as a direct attack to the (natural) nature or the beasts of the area.