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Definition funny of Dragons:
Possibly the best mythical creature known to this day.
Trogdor was a man. I mean, he was a dragon-man. Or maybe he was just a dragon!
The mythical creature that pwns all others. Enough said.
Dragons rocks my socks.
(Please excuse the length of this definition, but I enjoy being thorough.) In the traditional sense, dragons were large reptilian creatures first thought of in the medieval time. (medieval in the eastern and western sense.) In western realsm, the dragon was a greedy, tyranical brute who ate damsels, demolished villages, and kept a huge treasure hoarde. Mostly portrayed as a generally lizard-like creature with many crests and horns, terribley sharp claws, large teeth, sometimes quills or fur, and almost always wings. (Different variants occured, such as the wingless two-legged Linwurm, and the scorpion-tailed wyvern.)They might've also had a lion's or dog's head. In the eastern realms, dragons were beneficial and wise. They did of course keep their treasure hoardes, a dragon is nothing without his shinies. (They're very good eating.)They were snakelike, colourful, posessed deer-antlers, usually had a mane of fur or a crest of the stuff running down their back. They were awfully powerful beings, usually close to the gods, and lived in mountains, and sometimes in the ocean. I don't kinow much more...I'm pretty sure they could breathe scalding water instead of fire. Nowadays, dragons are an icon. Anime' abuses them, fantasy novels use them, and D&D keeps them sacred. In DD, there are two main types of dragons, called true dragons(western variety). Here's a list... Metallic (Good) Dragons Gold: Looks much like a cross between a western and eastern dragon, breathes fire, very wise. (Wings look like large fins.) Silver: Traditional western dragon, with tall fin. Breathes frost, serene and graceful. (My favourite.) Brass: Again a traditional western dragon. has connecting its limbs to its body, aquatic. Breathes lightning, fascinated with war. (Still good, though.) Brass: Traditional western, has the fin-like wings of the goldy. Breathes fire, LOVES to talk. Copper: Traditional western, fin-like wings. Spits acid. Incorrigable prankster. Chromatic (EVIL!) dragons. (note all of them are traditionaly western.) Red: Lives to destroy, incredibley greedy (even for a dragon.) Breathes fire (obviously). Blue: Vain, proud, would do anything to save its hide. Breathes lightning. Green: Manipulator, honey-tongued, curious of other creatures. Very interesting breath weapon, it spits a cloud of corrosive vapour. (My favourite chromey.) Black: Horrible temper, territorial, cruel. Spits acid. White: Very STUPID. Breathes frost. (More of an animal than a higher being.) Note that these dragons are intelligent (except thew white), and cast magic, speak, manipulate, conquer, what have you. Most of the above stuff is from DD..
"Look, Sir Thelonius is slaying the Lindwurm!" "Shinrao will help us, he'll know what to do." "SILVER DRAGON! PRETTY!" "GREEN DRAGON! PRETTY!"
A devil to some (The britans), a good luck charm to others (the chinese), but to me, thier just badass.
Songs about Dragons:
Puff, The Magic Dragon by Paul and Mary Peter from the Album The Very Best Of Peter, Paul And Mary
The Song of the Golden Dragon by Estas Tonne from the Album "Strings and Stories of a Troubadour", Live in Odeon, Vienna 2011
Black Dragon by The Vines from the Album Future Primitive
Dragon Slayer [Explicit] by Ninja Sex Party from the Album Dragon Slayer [Explicit]
Wildfire (feat. Little Dragon) by SBTRKT from the Album SBTRKT
Dragon Pirates by Tut Tut Child from the Album Dance to It
Dragon Rider by Two Steps From Hell from the Album Archangel
Books about Dragons:
The Dragon & the Knight: A Pop-up Misadventure by Robert Sabuda (Oct 21, 2014)
Dragon Age Inquisition Collector's Edition: Prima Official Game Guide by David Knight (Nov 18, 2014)
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri (Jun 14, 2012)
Blast of the Dragon's Fury (Andy Smithson Book 1) by L. R. W. Lee (Jan 9, 2014)
The Dragon's Wing Enigma (Arkana Mysteries Book 3) by N. S. Wikarski (Jan 14, 2014)
The Dragon King and I (Fairest Of Them All Book 1) by Adrianne Brooks and Book Cover by Design (Dec 8, 2013)
Dragons Part V (The Guardian Chronicles: Michael Book 5) by JT Whitman (Oct 15, 2014)
Movies about Dragons:
How to Train Your Dragon 2014 PG CC - Runtime: 1 hr 38 mins Starring: Jonah Hill and Jay Baruchel Directed by: Chris Sanders Dean DeBlois
How to Train Your Dragon 2 Sneak Peek [HD] 2014 PG CC - Runtime: 6 mins Starring: America Ferrera, Cate Blanchett, et al. Directed by: Dean Deblois
How to Train Your Dragon 2 2014 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 42 mins
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods - Uncut Version [HD] 2014 TV-PG CC - Runtime: 1 hr 46 mins Directed by: Masahiro Hosoda
How to Train Your Dragon 2 2014 PG CC - Runtime: 1 hr 42 mins Starring: Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, et al. Directed by: Dean Deblois
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) 2012 R CC - Runtime: 2 hrs 39 mins Starring: Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, et al. Directed by: David Fincher
Dragons: Riders of Berk Volume 1 2012 TV-PG CC -
Wiki information Dragons:
Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game originally designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, and first published in 1974 by Tactical Studies Rules, Inc.. The game has been published by Wizards of the Coast since 1997. It was derived...
Several different editions of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game have been produced since 1974. The current publisher of D&D, Wizards of the Coast, produces new materials only for the most current edition of the game. Many D&D fans,...