Usually modern dragons remain completely impartial to the goings-on of the world. Preferring to focus on the important tasks of treasure hoarding and not being discovered and sold as some sort of medicinal cure for something. But this year they take exception. For a limited time only you can voice your displeasure with 2016 with the help of a dragon.
T-Shirts and other Merch saying good riddance to 2016 available until 1st of Feb only.
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Dragons are greedy by nature.They have a “first come, only served” policy when it comes to distribution of edibles. Even if there is plenty of food to go around there isn’t enough to go around. There is an abundance of stray food in our modern world, enough to ensure that the dragon population could be well fed, but often this isn’t the case. Dragons will expend much energy ensuring they are the only ones to eat when an easy meal is found. In our modern world one man’s trash is a dragons menu.
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In the spirit of Valentine’s day, what better time than now to reflect on the pairing practice’s of dragons? Dragons amazingly enough are monogamous. The modern dragon is a rare creature so once a mate is found they tend to have a short courtship which often involves ritualistic dancing or feats of strength and prowess. Especially in the instance of two or more males of the species competing for the affection of a female. The social structures of different species of dragon vary but the end result is always the same. Once the choice of mate is made the bond is strong and life long. The benefits for the paired dragons are many, as the old saying goes “two dragons in the bush are best left alone”. They do not couple solely for breeding though, being intelligent creatures they enjoy company. Two dragons are more capable of defending themselves. Medieval man discovered this fact many times, upon vanquishing a great dragon they would often have to also deal with the distraught mate. Two dragons hunt more successfully too, which is a good thing as they often have little mouths to feed. But that is a post for another time.