In this world of uncertainty it's easy to develop a dissatisfaction with life and a longing for anything other than what we have or know. Little blue doesn't struggle with such feelings, he is completely content in the knowledge that despite all the worlds uncertainty he is most certainly a dragon. Dragons, he knows,... Continue Reading →

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!

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 defied them to the last. Fear was an emotion that they were unfamiliar with. Their hunting ability was legendary- They would take and none could... Continue Reading →

In the spirit of Valentine's day, what better time than now to reflect on the pairing practice's of dragons?

Many of the worlds most ancient civilizations contain legends of the Ouroboros, the serpent that devours it's own tail. Mankind has adopted this dragon as a symbol for infinity and wholeness, even immortality. The largest description of this dragon was Jörmungandr the world encircling serpent. Although Jörmungandr has disappeared into the mists of time he did set rather... Continue Reading →

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 →

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!

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