|Date of Birth:||1804|
|Appearance:||Very large; dark brown body, mottled cream/grey belly|
Fraternité was one of the three young male dragons provided to Lung Tien Lien as "companions", shortly after her arrival in Paris. At two years old, he was already "enormous" but had not yet reached full size. He attempted to greet Lien, but she promptly rebuked him for his lack of propriety. She rejected all three of them as prospective mates.
The three young males had remained in Paris because of limited supply logistics. Lien's military advice to Napoleon Bonaparte allowed them to advance to the eastern battlefront, where they captured heavy artillery from a fortress near Bayreuth.
His name means "brotherhood" in French.