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Dragon behavior has been incredibly hard to document, due simply to their rarity. Many questions have been answered though,through painstaking research and countless hours of observation. We know that they blow fire, that was one of the first things to be documented. We know without a doubt they are reptilian¬†and almost always have sharp teeth.... Continue Reading →

The only thing more dangerous than a wolf in sheep's clothing is a dragon in wolfs clothing.

Some predators will test whether an object is edible by gently mouthing it. If they find it inedible or not to their liking they will ignore it. Dragons prefer to test whether an object is edible by gently setting it on fire, which -although highly successful for determining edibility- is very destructive to the object.

The Gnome Enigma

  The existence of gnomes is a hotly debated topic in scientific circles. All possible concrete evidence of their existence is believed by most to be lost to the ancient past. I believe that frequently reported aspects of dragon behavior may prove that they did in fact exist and what's more, I am almost certain... Continue Reading →

Old Enemies

Despite common belief dragons despise butterflies. I am not quite sure why, though I have a theory. Butterflies are beautiful and colourful, they are the treasures of the animal kingdom. However they are also alive, making them difficult to catch and they have a general unwillingness to lie down and become a permanent fixture in... Continue Reading →

Modern dragons don't react well to to human authority. To say that they have a rebellious streak is a bit of an understatement. They remember a time when they answered to no one and held sway over all they surveyed. They may no longer be able to unleash wanton destruction upon any a passer by.... Continue Reading →

Some dragons are fiercely territorial and will attack other dragons on sight! However direct confrontations are rare in our modern age, mainly due to the rarity of dragons and their desire to remain secretive. Mankind's relegation of dragons to fantasy has greatly aided their survival. They don't need a noisy, fiery battle making people aware... Continue Reading →

There are few things so happy as a well fed dragon. The smaller you are the easier you are to fill. So it lends itself that the smallest dragons are the happiest, and none so easily pleased as the egg eating dragon. Chicken farmers beware!

  Of all the behaviors of the modern dragon, the most puzzling at first glance is their friendship with cats. In ancient times the greatest dragons came equipped with mighty intellects. Some were even able to bend the minds of would be heroes to their will, sending them back out into the world as 'thralls',... Continue Reading →

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