Drakes have also adapted neatly to city life. The idea may seem intriguing, at first, but these bold drakes have resulted in many a damaged roof and many a startled infant. Carthorses may bolt, dogs may run in fear, and no food could be stored in flimsy sheds or outhouses. Still, there are advantages, too.
Rooftop drakes tend to live singular lives, but do appreciate and tolerate friendships. As such, these drakes often become companions and protectors to the more vulnerable city dwellers, such as the homeless or orphaned. In turn, they get a safe place to rest and some human food to snack on.
So although the drakes may be seen as scraggy scavengers to some, they might be the whole world to another.