What makes people think dragons aren’t friendly? This one certainly seems to be the friendliest of the bunch. Found at Emily McGaughey’s Etsy shop. She makes a lot of cats but I did find this happy dragon.
The other mythical beasts (as Emily calls them) are a phoenix and a griffin.
Good dragon, Emily.
The following is posted from the site I found many years ago and lost track of eventually. I have not changed spelling or anything else. But, I did not save all the image files. You can see the full site, as long as the Wayback Machine keeps it saved. I could not find the original source/ person from the site.… Read the rest
You can find more ASCII/ text art dragons and other things at ASCII Artist.
I read about the idea of a Museum of Dungeons & Dragons on Facebook, after noticing a link to it on Twitter. I looked for it. But, there is just a slightly active Facebook page for it. The idea didn’t get off the ground. Like so many others they seemed to rely on getting funding before they really shook off the dust and got started.… Read the rest
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Personality of the Dragon
As the sole imaginary animal, the dragon ranks fifth in the Chinese Zodiac. The dragon is the most vital and powerful of any in the Chinese zodiac, although with an infamous reputation for being a hothead and possessing a sharp tongue. In ancient times, people thought that dragons could control everything in the world, for they symbolized the character traits of dominance and ambition.
I’d like to think dragons could exist. I saved a copy of this years ago, from the source article. But, the article changed and this part is now gone. Glad I save it at the time.
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If it is possible that the Loch Ness Monster may have been one of the last remaining members of an extinct species then the same could be true for the dragon.
This Dragon Cake Pan is ready to hop into your oven and let your baking skills take flight. Made from cast heavy-gauge aluminum alloy, it holds around 10 cups of batter (c. 2 boxes of cake mix).
Source: Dragon Cake Pan | ThinkGeek