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Spyro vs Skyrim - GameInformer Mag - 1st Place!!
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volcanic dragon
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I shall always remember you...
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Dragon and King - sketch
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Colored it!!!
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Drake
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Cynder Bust
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Solaris - Character Sheet Commission
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Dragonphoto 3
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angry Dragon2
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Tantura Frostwing - new charsheet
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My Philosophy on Dragons
My Dragon Philosophy By: Dragontrove Flight The world sees dragons in one of four ways. (i) They were mythical beings that never existed (ii) They were realistic creatures probably made up by seeing other animals (mermaid, gargoyle, ect.) (iii) They existed. (iv) They still exist. Though highly unlikely that dragons still exist, I choose to believe number 4. Anyway, the first thing we see on a dragon of course is its wings. The wings, to provide lift, must be huge to be able to even lift the amount of weight that the dragon has. So, either the wings had to be gigantic or flap at really high speeds like a bumble-bee’s. Obviously,
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My Dragon Philosophy Part 2
My Dragon Philosophy Part 2 By: Dragontrove Sight/Powers As I have said in the first part, dragons are extremely bulky and fragile. They’re hide is tough enough to escape being hit by something but not being stabbed by something, like a tusk or a sword. (Note that I have left that information out of part 1 due to a likely offense) This would also explain the dragon’s enmity to the elephant talked about in so many myths. Due to the not-so-tough hide, dragons would avoid the dense, overgrown path. They would travel on the well-ridden path to escape the constant branch from penetrating its hide. Their bulk would be a problem to.
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My Dragon Philosophy Part 3
Part 3 By: Dragontrove Chinese Dragons Note: Some of the information stated in this part has been left out or other parts due to plausible offense. Please excuse this. The Chinese dragon is what, I think, as the best model so far of a dragon. The body was more tubular. Most of the drawings today depict dragons as lumbering roles of fat. Sure it may look nice, but they really didn’t have that much meat on them. These dragons also had no wings. This would perfectly define how the wings were looked at. They were hardly noticeable due to the fact of hardly ever beings used and so being close to the body at all times. The dragon&#146
Ebony and Ivory
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