The Dragon’s Destiny
The mindlink was sharp. It always felt that way, like a needle entering the skin. White light washed over him, a strange unconsciousness that lacked either dream or darkness.
When he came to, the first thing that Destin did was shake his neck. The multitude of metal scales rattled and chimed. He felt cool air in between the plates and the sound was like rain in the wind. He snapped them in place as he stretched; armor clamping tight over a serpentine form, shining shields over insulated wiring and artificial muscles. He looked down at his forelimbs, flexing them in turn as he shifted weight to his haunches. It always took him a few minutes to orient himself, even in a frequently-used machine.
He favored the dragon over all else. Destin had been dogs, monkeys, cats, multi-limbed horses and even, at times, piloted an android that was not too different in appearance from his natural form. Time and time again he came back to the dragon.
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Legend of Zelda Fan Art
Kilton's Monster Manual
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The Havoc Hypothesis
The Havoc Hypothesis
It started when the guards couldn’t get to their appointed posts without ending up in a cage, in one of the wastewater cisterns or suspended in a foot-snare from a ceiling. The traps never were deadly, merely annoying. Catra hissed as she tiptoed around where she knew a placement to be – well, unless the new recruit had changed it… again. She was certain that the traps would increase in lethal potential in time. It fell to Catra to impress upon Entrapta that they were to be used on the Rebellion, not all over the Fright Zone.
The Commander caught her charge hard at work and play over one of the secu
A "Legend of Zelda" fanart project - specific to "Breath of the Wild." A beastiary of Hyrule featuring various monsters and animals drawn in pen and ink with descriptions drawn from my personal experience in gameplay, compiled as though written by monster-fanatic, Kilton.
Yes Satori has to be included! QwQ Ooooh, our beloved two faced horse. <33 Oh and what are with the dragons? Eldra, Farodra and Naydra? Aren't you gonna draw them too? Hm... i had a theorrry about them. Imagine, they are the golden goddessess, but many race can't see them, like Link who can see ghosts and the Koroks. Imagine the dragons also are only a fake body, hidding their true form... or... the dragons are their true forms... I mean, they are pretty old, invisible and they don't care if Link shoot them into their eyes. xD
Was a little confused at the names you were using before going to your profile and seeing that you're in Switzerland. I'm in America - so some of the localization names Nintendo uses are different. In America, the dragons are Naydra (ice dragon), Farosh (lightning dragon) and Dinral (or maybe Dinraal? I forget the spelling - for the fire dragon). I'm sure some of the other creature-names are different between Europe-translations and North American, too. So, when you're going through the manual... just a note that I'm using the names I know them as in my country's translation of the game.
Oh i'm sorry. i have no idea what names they have. °xD I somehow heard the name Farosh, but i thought that was a joke. Because 'dra' comes from dragon, so i thought, after Naydra, the other dragons also would have the same name with 'dra'. At least Naydra didn't changed in both language. xD Dinraal... the last words, Aal are these animals: www.google.ch/search?biw=1515&… xD
It would seem that Link is the only one who can see the dragons in the game - at first... that is, until you get to the DLC-content... Part of uncovering the shrines related to Vah Medoh in the Champions Ballad involves the Rito suddenly being aware of Dinral (the fire-dragon) and seeing him close to their area and wanting Link to frighten him away with an arrow (I forget exactly what they wanted of Link, only that one of the skill-tests was knocking a bit of Dinral's horn off of him). It's like... he's been moving through the canyon all this time and they finally see him, so I think Link sees the dragons normally and other people only see them in certain circumstances. Maybe the dragons don't want be seen by anyone but Link most of the time. Hmmm.