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17th Jun '15 7:28:02 PM DracMonster
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* In Aelan mythology from WebOriginal/UstalNaror islands, dragons won't be particularly strong, but will end era of eras of rafters.
11th May '15 12:52:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'':

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8th May '15 3:52:27 AM Roach
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* In the story ''[[http://www.guildcompanion.com/scrolls/2001/may/dragon.html Dragon!]]'' as published in the [[http://www.guildcompanion.com Guild Companion]] a dragon extorts cows from a barony. It turns out the dragon does need them for food - even though meat is poisonous to him. It takes a village girl to make him realize he needs something else than just the cows. [[spoiler: As the dragon feeds on the milk and the cows dry up after a few months, what he ''does'' need is a couple of bulls to keep the cows giving milk...]]
6th Apr '15 10:32:09 AM nombretomado
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* While they don't yet seem to have seen a 'real' dragon, the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' has already featured a few variations on the theme. One student has a pet dragon (named [[DragonridersOfPern Pern]], of course) who's apparently a product of her manifestation power and can grow quite a bit in a hurry from his normally small-and-cute stature if bothered. At least two characters, one a student, are known to be hosts to dragon ''spirits'', and then there's Tywyswyr...who, if readers can believe his tale, is actually 'just' a very dragon-looking ''alien'' who's nonetheless quite wealthy and apparently a not-so-minor political player living right in the US.

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* While they don't yet seem to have seen a 'real' dragon, the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' has already featured a few variations on the theme. One student has a pet dragon (named [[DragonridersOfPern [[Literature/DragonridersOfPern Pern]], of course) who's apparently a product of her manifestation power and can grow quite a bit in a hurry from his normally small-and-cute stature if bothered. At least two characters, one a student, are known to be hosts to dragon ''spirits'', and then there's Tywyswyr...who, if readers can believe his tale, is actually 'just' a very dragon-looking ''alien'' who's nonetheless quite wealthy and apparently a not-so-minor political player living right in the US.
24th Jan '15 9:34:17 PM ThePocket
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* {{WebAnimation/Matt N Dusty}} has a big pink wingless dragon that bakes cookies. She's also the most adorable thing on the show so far.
19th Sep '14 8:28:11 PM ThePuppyTurtle
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* ''Literature/AngelOfDeath'' features talking, Western Dragons as servants of the Underworld. These dragons have the ability to effect the weather of the entire planet they visit, with an ice-breathing dragon cooling the Earth so rapidly that homeless people are seen freezing to death outside after two weeks... in California.
28th Jul '14 7:20:47 AM BartekChom1
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* In Aelan mythology from WebOriginal/UstalNaror islands, dragons won't be particularly strong, but will end era of eras of rafters.
1st Jul '14 11:24:42 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Courtesy of Ken Shardik, dragons exist in both sentient and nonsentient varieties on [[TheJournalEntries Pendor]]. They apparently outwardly follow the 'Western' model, but are genetically engineered lifeforms with likely a hefty side order of nanotechnology like most Pendorians and are at least somewhat solar-powered; in one story, a fairly newly-decanted sentient dragon not yet really aware of that ''crashes'' when pushing his limits too far by trying to fly at night.

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* Courtesy of Ken Shardik, dragons exist in both sentient and nonsentient varieties on [[TheJournalEntries [[Literature/TheJournalEntries Pendor]]. They apparently outwardly follow the 'Western' model, but are genetically engineered lifeforms with likely a hefty side order of nanotechnology like most Pendorians and are at least somewhat solar-powered; in one story, a fairly newly-decanted sentient dragon not yet really aware of that ''crashes'' when pushing his limits too far by trying to fly at night.
10th Apr '14 11:43:29 AM Marrow
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* ''Literature/RaisingAngels'': Ever heard of a dragons invading your dreamscape and turning you into an angel? No? Well, Lisbeth have.
27th Jan '14 1:25:37 PM StFan
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* The entire point of WebGame/DragonCave. Besides the fact that they need views to hatch, which is a medium restriction, they have a variety of general styles: Easterns, Westerns, Wyverns, Serpents and more. Breeds range from relatively tame concepts such as 'White' and 'Red' to 'Guardian of Nature', 'Terrae' and 'Sweetlings'.

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* The entire point of WebGame/DragonCave.''Website/DragonCave''. Besides the fact that they need views to hatch, which is a medium restriction, they have a variety of general styles: Easterns, Westerns, Wyverns, Serpents and more. Breeds range from relatively tame concepts such as 'White' and 'Red' to 'Guardian of Nature', 'Terrae' and 'Sweetlings'.
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