Dragons Essay

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Dragons I like dragons quite a bit as you can probably tell from the shirts and other clothing that I wear. All together I have one black light poster, one small statue a pair of pants, shorts, and a lot of shirts that have dragons on them. In my report I will go over the brief history of dragons and how they struggled to survive because of the Knights and other dragons. I will also explain the anatomy of a dragon and also the different types of dragons.The dragons had a very hard time surviving as long as they did and all of this was mainly because of all the Knights that had to slay them. Even though most of the dragons could breathe fire, over half of them were kind and didn't like ...view middle of the document...

The Mid-Class are intelligent, skilled, and friendly. Their language is any of the human languages, and they have all of the technologies. The Greater Class is the Mystics; their language and technology are highly advanced to ours. Many Mystical Dragons have orbs in their grasps. The orb is the dragon's source of powers. Many Evil Dragons have a human skull either near it or in it's claws, this is to ward off any intruders and let them know their not welcome.There are also several other types of dragons; they depend on where they are from though. There's the Western Dragon, which was mistakenly thought to be bloodthirsty and all they ever did was hoard treasures in their lairs.There are the Eastern Dragons too. These are Elemental Dragons, they are: The Tien-Lung, who is the protector of the gods; Shen-Lung, who controls the wind and the rain; Ti-Lung, who controls thew rivers and can walk on Earth; Fut's-Lung, who is the guardian of the underworld; and Chien-Lang, who is the commander of all rivers. There is also the Wyrm. These Dragons are pretty much very large snakes; they don't have any wings, legs, or arms. They go clear back to the Ancient times and are also known as the Guivre.The Pernese Dragons are the "˜"˜pet dragons''. When they...

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