Loch Laggan covert
The base is located on an old Roman installation that includes baths. These provide a warm, frequently visited environment for unhatched dragon eggs to incubate under close supervision.
Known servants at Loch Laggan include:
The Loch Laggan covert became the location for the first European cultivation of the mushrooms which cured the Dragon Plague. It was ideal for this purpose for several reasons: tight security, distance from mainland Europe and pre-existing Roman baths which provided a warm, damp environment.