White Dragon follows Professor Jonah Mulray, who receives a devastating international phone call about the death of his wife, Megan, who has been working in Hong Kong. He's poleaxed with grief, but has to galvanise himself to board a plane for Asia to identify his beloved wife's body. Megan has died in a car accident on the beautiful mountain roads at the top of Tai Po overlooking Hong Kong, and although a notorious black-spot, Jonah feels he must unravel the circumstances of her death following an emotional voicemail left by his wife just seconds before her death. With the help of Sally Porter from the British Consulate, Jonah is taken to the mortuary and in the saddest of surroundings he realises his wife has gone forever. Heartbroken Jonah is interviewed by Hong Kong detectives Daniel Tsang, Felix Chang and Wilfred Chow about Megan's death, but frustratingly they appear to be going through the motions. Is there more to the police investigation than the officers are revealing?

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

White Dragon - Dragon (Dungeons & Dragons) - Netflix

In the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) fantasy role-playing game, dragons are an iconic type of monstrous creature used as adversaries or, less commonly, allies of player characters. As a group, D&D dragons are loosely based upon dragons from a wide range of fictional and mythological sources. In D&D, dragons are depicted as any of various species of large, intelligent, magical, reptilian beasts, each typically defined by a combination of their demeanor and either the color of their scales or their elemental affinity. For example, a commonly presented species of dragon is the red dragon, which is named for its red scales, and known for its evil and greedy nature, as well as its ability to breathe fire.

White Dragon - Pyroclastic dragon - Netflix

Breath weapon: cone of superheated ash accompanied by waves of crushing sonic force, Disintegrating line Terrain: Bleak Eternity of Gehenna Alignment: Lawful Evil or Neutral Evil

White Dragon - References - Netflix