A white dragon is a rare subspecies of dragon found in the snow-covered forests and valleys of the Far North. The average specimen is 10 meters long and can breathe a wave of terrifying frost which freezes everything within a range of dozen or so meters.
White dragons have been spotted in the Dragon Mountains but never within the boundaries of the Northern Kingdoms, preferring the howling wilderness of the Far North. They likely can't stand the warmer climates of Redania or the tropical climates of southern Nilfgaard. To the inhabitants of the Northern Kingdoms, they are only known from tales of several fearless adventurers, who describe their scales as light gray to bluish white.
- The way they are described in The Bounds of Reason and in Wiedźmin: Gra Wyobraźni, white dragons seem to be inspired by their D&D counterpart.