The stresses of relocating life and belongings isn't a uniquely human experience. Dragons have had to deal with that challenge for centuries and they still do in our modern age!
In our modern world one man's trash is a dragons menu.
Majestic. That is the word that best described the great dragons of old. They were proud and noble and terrible to behold. They looked down upon the works of men and […]
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In the past dragon sightings were taken as a sign of ill news, in modern times things have changed... sort of
Dragons as a species are incredibly task oriented. They are goal setters and go-getters. They see a pile of treasure, they covet a pile of treasure and they steal a pile […]
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 […]
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. […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Some dragon’s have survived to our modern age not because they were the most fierce or even reclusive. Some live among us as masters of stealth and camouflage. They blend […]
Dragons of old would guard objects of great power and magic. Swords and armor that would make their bearers unbeatable, rings of power that could sway the course of destiny. […]
The dragons love of shiny things can get them into a world of trouble. I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas! I will continue my dragon adventure in the […]
Historically speaking dragons have often been associated with water. They, like any top predator, would secure for themselves that most valuable of resources and defend it. They would often establish […]