Dragon AnatomyThis document will be discussing the physical features of the species dragon Eudraco magnificus occidentalis and their potential benefit to the earth empire.Dragon Anatomy6 years ago in Fantasy
A dragon is a quadrupedal reptile mammal cross, it has most of the physical characteristics of a reptile such as scales and they hatch from eggs, but has several features that could only classify it as a mammal, such as its warm blooded and the eggs are internally fertilised. These discrepancies are most likely going to reclassify the dragon into a class of its own, probably homoeothermic reptile. Dragons are carnivores, but they are not scavengers, preferring to eat fresh meat that they have killed themselves than carrion. The dragon is what you would call a super predator, similar to industrialized man, it is at the very top of the food chain and nothing is above it.
The dragons power lies in its size and strength, a fully grown dragon reaches about thirty feet in length and fifteen feet high.
Reflections of a DragonBy chicky-the-dragon.deviantart.comReflections of a Dragon6 years ago in Fantasy
Reflections of a Dragon
A young princess once owned a grand vanity desk and every day she would sit on the stool in front of it. She gazed into the large, arched mirrors and laid eyes on a scaly creature there!
She knew that she should be frightened of the creature and many ladies she knew might have escaped a frightful shriek or fainted, but she could do neither!
Alas, the princess was not afraid.
One morning whilst brushing her fair brown hair, the princess asked; "Faithful creature. Do you speak?"
The scaly beast merely grunted and then replied, "My darling princess, I do speak, for you have given me a voice. You are a very beautiful young lady."
"Thank you." She blushed, glancing away modestly. "Pray, what species are you?"
"My dear princess, I am a dragon." It replied honestly.
The princess, nineteen years of age, stood up from her stool and paced contemplatively about her chamber. "Dearest dragon," she hesitated, pausing in her step. "Pl