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7th Jun '17 9:38:24 PM VVK
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->''"A cavalry? I'd rather have preferred a dragon."''
-->-- '''Herger''' (on the revelation of the "fire wyrm"), ''Literature/TheThirteenthWarrior''

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->''"A cavalry? I'd rather have preferred -> '''Axe Cop:''' We are going to need to turn Wexter into a dragon."''
dragon so that he can fly us to Zombie World.
-> '''Sockarang:''' But he is already [[TyrannosaurusRex a giant lizard]] that can fly.
-> '''Axe Cop:''' To get to Zombie World we need a dragon with rocket wings. Plus, dragons are awesome.
-->-- '''Herger''' (on the revelation of the "fire wyrm"), ''Literature/TheThirteenthWarrior''
''WebComic/AxeCop'', [[http://axecop.com/comic/episode-48/ episode 48]]



* ''Webcomic/AxeCop'', [[http://axecop.com/index.php/acepisodes/read/episode_48/ episode 48]]:

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* ''Webcomic/AxeCop'', [[http://axecop.com/index.php/acepisodes/read/episode_48/ com/comic/episode-48/ episode 48]]:
31st May '17 8:34:02 PM nombretomado
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* ''Literature/WheelOfTime'': Dragons don't exist in the world, but the main character becomes known as the Dragon Reborn, and his symbol is a dragon. This is included in the story for apparently no other reason than that dragons are cool and scary.

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* ''Literature/WheelOfTime'': ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'': Dragons don't exist in the world, but the main character becomes known as the Dragon Reborn, and his symbol is a dragon. This is included in the story for apparently no other reason than that dragons are cool and scary.
14th May '17 7:50:25 AM kikiandlala
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* Sega's War Pirates or Sen No Kaizoku is about a group of heroic pirates trying to beat back an army of evil pirates from taking over the world's ocean. But since War Pirates is a FantasyKitchenSink world haunted by monsters, your pirates will have to fight the occasional dragon.

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* Sega's War Pirates or Sen No Kaizoku is about a group of heroic pirates trying to beat back an army of evil pirates from taking over the world's ocean. But since War Pirates is a FantasyKitchenSink world haunted by monsters, your pirates will have to fight the occasional dragon. The pirates of this world even get to pilot howdah-mounted dragons as a ship class later on.
14th May '17 7:48:38 AM kikiandlala
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* Sega's War Pirates or Sen No Kaizoku is about a group of heroic pirates trying to beat back an army of evil pirates from taking over the world's ocean. But since War Pirates is a FantasyKitchenSink world haunted by monsters, your pirates will have to fight the occasional dragon.
4th May '17 8:31:14 PM Amahn
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** You can mold any element into an elemental dragon or dragon-shaped projectile. Examples include Kakashi and Zabuza using water dragons, Sarutobi's use of an earth/mud dragon, and Raiga using his swords to create a dragon of wind and lightning.

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** You can mold any element into an elemental dragon or dragon-shaped projectile. Examples include Kakashi and Zabuza using water dragons, Sarutobi's use of an earth/mud dragon, and Raiga using his swords to create a dragon of wind and lightning. An anime only arc add the Crystal Release, complete with a Crystal Dragon.
25th Apr '17 10:41:08 AM ShinyAegislash
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* Dragons are the rarest type of enemy in ''VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}}'', with only three of them existing in the game and only one of them even being a mandatory fight (Which comes out of nowhere on top of that).

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* Dragons are the rarest type of enemy in ''VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}}'', with only three of them existing in the game and only one of them even being a mandatory fight (Which comes out of nowhere on top of that).fight. The second one appears during the Colony 6 reconstruction sidequest, and the last one is the game's highest-level superboss.



* ''{{VideoGame/Xenoblade}}'' has two dragon enemies, both appearing in the endgame. One of them is required to kill for story progression, while the other one appears during the Colony 6 reconstruction sidequest.
23rd Mar '17 5:20:51 PM Tainted_Scholar
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*''TabletopGame/{{Dungeons And Dragons}}'' has this in the title, as most games will feature far more dungeons than they will dragons.
21st Mar '17 11:40:14 PM BNSF1995
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', the only games in which dragons of some sort appear without playing a major part in the story is ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall Daggerfall]]'', with the small and actually-not-dragons dragonlings (an actual dragon is in the game files, but it does not seem to have been implemented). The other three games with dragons - ''Redguard'' (the super-weapon that set-up the situation and Tiber Septim's loyal servant), ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'' (an avatar of a God that shows up to rescue the day after desperate measures are taken) and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' (the BigBad) - all have them as important parts of the story, and so does not quite fit this trope. That the God of Time near-universally amongst Tamriel's peoples is a ''Dragon'' God of Time may have something to do with this trope, though...

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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', the only games in which dragons of some sort appear without playing a major part in the story is ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall Daggerfall]]'', with the small and actually-not-dragons dragonlings (an actual dragon is in the game files, but it does not seem to have been implemented). The other three games with dragons - ''Redguard'' (the super-weapon that set-up the situation and Tiber Septim's loyal servant), ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'' (an avatar of a God that shows up to rescue the day after desperate measures are taken) and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' (the BigBad) BigBad and pretty much the focus of the main quest) - all have them as important parts of the story, and so does not quite fit this trope. That the God of Time near-universally amongst Tamriel's peoples is a ''Dragon'' God of Time may have something to do with this trope, though...
17th Mar '17 6:47:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' sure references dragons a lot for an [[{{Nasuverse}} expansive continuity]] that continues absolutely 0 actual dragons in any story. Dragon killing swords, dragon slayers, ranks of phantasmal beasts, the difficulty in summoning dragons, inability to ride them, dragon tooth soldiers, Caster's Golden Fleece that she can't use and has absolutely 0 use in the story. And apparently awhile back a bored dragon sat around the temple and taught the monks stuff. There are none in the sequel either and the current projects they're working on are Tsukihime Rebirth (vampires) and a completely new visual novel about demons. Still no dragons. [[spoiler:The dragon is also symbolic of the house of [[KingArthur Pendragon]] -- the background mentions that Arturia would be weak against "anti-dragon" weapons, as Pendragon means "child of the dragon".]]

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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' sure references dragons a lot for an [[{{Nasuverse}} [[{{Franchise/Nasuverse}} expansive continuity]] that continues absolutely 0 actual dragons in any story. Dragon killing swords, dragon slayers, ranks of phantasmal beasts, the difficulty in summoning dragons, inability to ride them, dragon tooth soldiers, Caster's Golden Fleece that she can't use and has absolutely 0 use in the story. And apparently awhile back a bored dragon sat around the temple and taught the monks stuff. There are none in the sequel either and the current projects they're working on are Tsukihime Rebirth (vampires) and a completely new visual novel about demons. Still no dragons. [[spoiler:The dragon is also symbolic of the house of [[KingArthur Pendragon]] -- the background mentions that Arturia would be weak against "anti-dragon" weapons, as Pendragon means "child of the dragon".]]
13th Mar '17 4:19:39 AM patxiao
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* ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' has the Four Dimension Dragons, a series of Dragon type monsters that represent the four dimensions.
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