Anthropomorphic dragons combine human elements and the aspects of a dragon type, usually Western Dragon or Drake. An anthropomorphic dragon is bipedal with shortened forearms, which makes walking on all fours difficult or impossible. Draconic digits can range from humanlike digits with nails to talons.
Dilong presiding over streams. Dilong, the "Earth Dragon", is a Chinese dragon of the Earth and one of the Celestial Dragons, who are among the mightiest dragons in the world. Also called the Underground Dragons, the earth dragons are tasked to preside over rivers and streams.
Eastern dragons are found all over the Far East, including China, Korea, and Japan. Many different animals contribute to the dragon's body: the body of a snake, belly of a frog, scales of a carp, head of a camel, horns of a giant stag, the eyes of a hare, ears like a bull, a neck like an iguana, paws like a tigers, and claws like an eagle.
The Fucanglong is the Chinese dragon of “hidden treasure” . He waits deep in the earth guarding his hordes of jewels or rare mineral deposits. Generally the only time he is seen is if you were to be hunting for said treasures deep in the bowels of the earth (I like to think it a chinese version of your shortcut through moria), or when he is called upon to report to the gods at which point he busts from the ground skyward causing a volcano to form.
Chinese dragons or East Asian dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology, Chinese folklore, and East Asian culture at large. East Asian dragons have many animal-like forms such as turtles and fish, but are most commonly depicted as snake-like with four legs.
Jiaolong 角龍 "horned dragon", which is the Chinese name for the Ceratops dinosaur, occurs in Ge Hong's Baopuzi (10, tr. Ware 1966:170) "the horned dragon can no longer find a place to swim." Female dragon. Jiao meaning "female dragon; dragon mother" is first recorded in the (c. 810 CE) Buddhist dictionary Yiqie jingyinyi 一切經音義 (19).
Shenlong, also Shen-lung, (simplified Chinese: 神龙; traditional Chinese: 神龍; pinyin: shén lóng, literally "god dragon" or "spirit dragon", Japanese: 神竜 Shinryū) is a spiritual dragon from Chinese mythology who is the master of storms and also a bringer of rain.
There are nine types of classical Chinese dragons. They are as follows: Tianlong, the Celestial Dragons, are the celestial dragons who pull the chariots of the gods and guard their palaces. Shenlong, the Spiritual Dragons, control the wind and the rain.