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10th Feb '17 11:39:01 AM Hanz
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* ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' has Fafnir, a dragon who has chosen to adopt to modern times by becoming an online stock broker and a LoanShark.
1st Jan '17 1:26:01 PM TonyG
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* ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' features a variation with GiantEnemyCrab Tamatoa. Instead of lying on his hoard, Tamatoa puts it on top of his shell to make himself (as his VillainSong puts it) "shiny". The treasure includes Maui's magic fishhook (not because it's shiny, but as retribution for Maui taking one of his legs), which is why he and Moana go down to his lair to retrieve it.
28th Oct '16 9:29:54 PM Chabal2
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-->''It was insane, of course. This dragon, this braciosaurus of a creature, was sitting in and on enough wealth to buy France. And yet, the monstrous thing was crying, weeping swimming pools of tears.''

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-->''It was insane, of course. This dragon, this braciosaurus brachiosaurus of a creature, was sitting in and on enough wealth to buy France. And yet, the monstrous thing was crying, weeping swimming pools of tears.''''
:: The heroes are allowed to leave his cave in exchange for getting the treasure back. To ensure their loyalty, Niddhoggr replaces their hearts with rubies... except Senna, who would need a diamond, and he wasn't about to pay ''that'' much.
24th Sep '16 12:05:14 AM BattleMaster
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* ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'' - Old! Loki engineers the creation of one as part of a complicated plan (time travel and narrative causality were involved). After getting themself and [[spoiler: young Odin]] into debt, they steal a hoard of gold from a shape-shifter, who places a truth-curse on the gold with his dying breath. The man who ends up with the gold [[MoreThanMindControl has his inner greed]] brought out by the curse, and ends up sleeping on it until the curse physically turns him into a dragon.

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* ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'' - Old! Loki engineers the creation of one as part of a complicated plan (time travel and narrative causality were involved). After getting themself and [[spoiler: young Odin]] into debt, they steal a hoard of gold from a shape-shifter, who places a truth-curse on the gold with his dying breath. The man who ends up with the gold [[MoreThanMindControl has his inner greed]] brought out by the curse, and ends up sleeping on it until the curse physically turns him into a dragon. This is a reference to the Norse myth of Fafnir- see below.
14th Sep '16 1:53:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/BlackMoonChronicles'': The oldest and biggest dragon in the world, [[MonsterProgenitor who spawned the rest of his race]], has been sleeping for thousands of years BeneathTheEarth on top of a huge pile of gold.
24th Aug '16 1:51:20 PM Antigone3
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* ''[[Literature/TalesOfTheFiveHundredKingdoms The Sleeping Beauty]]'': One of the EngagementChallenge tests is for the princes to find some way of sneaking a mildly-cursed item into a dragon's hoard without harming the dragon. The dragon agreed to this because 1) all the items are gold, 2) he's [[AntiMagic immune]] to all the curses, and 3) a reputation for having a cursed hoard should cut down on treasure hunters bothering him.
11th Aug '16 6:52:01 PM zarpaulus
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* While dragons in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' are not lounging on a bed of Septims, there is usually a well-stocked treasure chest coincidentally sitting near a dragon roost.

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* While dragons in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' are not lounging on a bed of Septims, there is usually a well-stocked treasure chest coincidentally sitting near a dragon roost. Also, Paarthurnax claims that the Dragonborn got a few draconic instincts with their dragon soul, including hoarding, hence the KleptomaniacHero tendencies.
26th Jul '16 9:16:15 PM PaulA
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* In the ''Literature/EarthseaTrilogy'', the dragons are obsessed with hoarding jewelry ... at least at first.

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* In the ''Literature/EarthseaTrilogy'', ''Literature/{{Earthsea}}'' series, the dragons are obsessed with hoarding jewelry ... at least at first.
2nd Jun '16 12:53:47 AM PaulA
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* In Creator/JoWalton's ''Tooth and Claw'' (an Creator/AnthonyTrollope pastiche [[InSpace With Dragons!]]), dragons have a natural instinct to sleep on piles of hoarded gold. Unfortunately, one cannot do this and invest one's gold in the stock market at the same time.

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* In Creator/JoWalton's ''Tooth and Claw'' ''Literature/ToothAndClaw'' (an Creator/AnthonyTrollope pastiche [[InSpace With Dragons!]]), dragons have a natural instinct to sleep on piles of hoarded gold. Unfortunately, one cannot do this and invest one's gold in the stock market at the same time.
18th May '16 1:29:37 PM LordGro
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* The English chronicler Thomas of Walsingham recorded an event that supposedly took place in 1344 on the Welsh border in Herefordshire: A "Saracen doctor" captured a "serpent" with a spell and before he left mentioned that the serpent had a cave full of treasure. Some locals from Hereford set out to dig up the cave and salvage the unguarded hoard. "So they gathered together there for several nights, until the Earl's retainers got wind of the matter; then the Hereford men were arrested and committed to prison. The Earl acquired a considerable treasure form this business." It stands to reason the diggers had found a real treasure (or possibly a tomb with grave goods), and the "serpent" was attached to the story because it seemed logical.

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* The English chronicler Thomas of Walsingham recorded an event that supposedly took place in 1344 on the Welsh border in Herefordshire: A "Saracen doctor" captured a "serpent" with a spell and before he left mentioned that the serpent had a cave full of treasure. Some locals from Hereford set out to dig up the cave and salvage the unguarded hoard. "So they gathered together there for several nights, until the Earl's retainers got wind of the matter; then the Hereford men were arrested and committed to prison. The Earl acquired a considerable treasure form from this business." It stands to reason the diggers had found a real treasure (or possibly a tomb with grave goods), and the "serpent" was attached to the story because it seemed logical.
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