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->''A knight is sworn to valor.\\
His heart knows only virtue.\\
His blade defends the helpless.\\
His might upholds the weak.\\
His word speaks only truth.\\
His wrath undoes the wicked!''\\
-- [[BadassCreed The Old Code]]

A 1996 movie starring Dennis Quaid and the voice of Creator/SeanConnery.

Quaid is Bowen, a knight in 10th Century (Saxon) England who is one of the few left who adhere to the "Old Code" of KingArthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Bowen is the teacher and mentor to a young prince named Einon. During a peasant uprising, the King is killed in battle and the prince is horribly injured. Bowen takes the boy to his mother, who strikes a deal with an intelligent dragon (Sean Connery) to perform an ancient ritual, which will give the prince his life back. A few weeks later as Einon assumes his role as the new King, Bowen realizes that Einon is cruel and sadistic, more than the previous King. Disillusioned, Bowen believes that the dragonheart corrupted Einon and sets out to hunt down and kill every last dragon.

After many a year of dragonslaying, Bowen comes across the one who performed the dragonheart ritual, though he doesn't recognize him. They fight to a standstill, and decide to strike a partnership instead of killing each other. The dragon harasses towns and Bowen will pretend to kill him. The dragon doesn't have to worry about actual slayers and Bowen makes a living hustling the villagers.

Bowen eventually gives the dragon a name, Draco, after the dragon constellation. His time with Draco reminds him of how far he has gone away from the Old Code, and he realizes that Einon was always evil. Both Bowen and Draco believed their influence could change him but they were wrong. They then decide to encourage another peasant uprising to bring down Einon. With Bowen as a leader and with Draco as muscle, they believe they can succeed. What no one expected was that Draco and Einon's fates are linked together through the dragonheart.

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The movie was one of the first after ''Film/JurassicPark'' to feature such extensive CGI; Draco was a living, breathing character of his own and Sean Connery's voice gave him added weight.

Critics were ho-hum about the film, but the majority of moviegoers enjoyed it. Criticisms seemed to be more on the non-Draco production values, compared to epics like ''Film/{{Braveheart}}'', showing a few dozen people fighting a battle in a crowded forest didn't give quite the same spectacle ([[RealityIsUnrealistic never mind the fact that armies in the dark ages tended to not be much larger than a few dozen men]]). Also, the humor was sometimes slapstick and at other times anachronistic, with the monk character Gilbert quoting from the ''16th'' century King James Bible.

The head screenwriter, Charles Edward Pough, published a novelization of the story which considerably expanded on the characters, events, and world.

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A sequel, ''Dragonheart: A New Beginning'' came Direct-to-Video in 2000. Although the new dragon, Drake, was voiced by Robby Benson of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' fame, it was fairly standard DTV fare.

Toward the end of Bowen's life, he had returned to the cave where he had first met Draco - and discovered a dragon egg. The egg was put in the care of Gilbert's monastery, where it hatched into a young dragon named Drake. Drake is cared for by a friar and the novice Mansel in secret, until he is one day discovered by Mansel's friend Geoff, a stableboy who dreams of being a knight. Meanwhile, a pair of travelers arrive from the East, searching for a dragon they believe has been born; a prophecy says an ancient evil will take hold of the land using a dragon's heart when a two-tailed comet blazes across the sky. The comet is just days away, and they intend to prevent the evil from happening.

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!!The original film provides examples of:
* ABoyAndHisX: In this case, a grown man and his dragon.
* ActionGirl: Kara, who began as something of a DistressedDamsel and TookALevelInBadass with Bowen's instruction.
* ActuallyIAmHim: Apparently, Bowen doesn't figure out Draco is the dragon he swore to kill until they travel to Avalon together.
* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: An unusual example where the [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/77/Dragonheart_%28JPN2%29.jpg Japanese]] poster is more action-filled than the [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/1/18/Dragonheart_ver1.jpg American]] one.
* [[spoiler:AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: Draco]]
* AsLongAsThereIsEvil and AsLongAsThereIsOneMan: Draco tells Bowen that there is an equalizer in this story, the day cannot be won until Einon is dead. [[spoiler: And Einon can't die unless Draco dies]].
* AttemptedRape: Einon to Kara, in the scene where she stabs him. In the novelization of the film, [[spoiler: it's not an attempt - he actually DOES rape her]].
* AnAxeToGrind: Becomes Kara's WeaponOfChoice toward the end.
* BadassBeard: Bowen.
* BadassCreed: See the page quote.
** The novel reveals the Code in full:
-->''Inside the Table's circle,\\
Under the Sacred Sword,\\
A Knight must vow to follow\\
The Code that is unending.\\
Unending as the Table -\\
A Ring by Honour bound.''\\


-->''A Knight is sworn to Valour.\\
His Heart knows only Virtue.\\
His Blade defends the Helpless.\\
His Might upholds the Weak.\\
His Word speaks only Truth.\\
His Wrath undoes the Wicked.''\\


-->''The Right can never die\\
If one man still recalls.\\
The Words are not forgot\\
If one voice speaks them clear.\\
The Code forever shines\\
If one heart holds it bright.''
* BadassPreacher: Brother Gilbert near the end.
* BeatStillMyHeart: The physical heart itself is removed from the dragon and shown onscreen.
* BigBad: Einon.
* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Due to the bond shared by Draco and Einon, in order for Einon to be beaten, Draco himself must die. Oh, and also he's the last dragon still alive in the entire world]].
** But as for the sweet and/or Heartwarming part: [[spoiler:even though Draco dies, by sacrificing his life in order to stop Einon, he's redeemed himself and earned his place in the Dragons' Heaven, among his brothers again at last]].
* BloodFromTheMouth: Hewe has some on the corner of his mouth during the battle at the end, though it's not a fatal example.
* BondOneLiner: Gilbert gets quite a few of these during the battle in the forest.
* BreathWeapon: There are dragons. Need I say more?
** It's interesting to note, though, that Draco breathes fire from his ''nostrils'', not from his mouth. Most likely, this is to make the stalemate in his battle with Bowen plausible.
*** It would have been easy for Bowen to stab Draco if Draco burned him so where the fire came from didn't affect the stalemate.
* BrokenBird: Kara, to an extent, because of her father's murder. The novelization implies that Queen Aislinn (Einon's mother) may also be one; Einon's father invaded her homeland and slaughtered many of her dragon-loving people, but kept her for his queen because of her beauty.
* BucketHelmet: Kara wears one toward the start.
* ButtMonkey: Felton in the novelization. He's always picked on by Einon's men (and occasionally Einon himself), partly because he is poor at hunting (to the point that once he left a dead deer out the day before, claiming to shoot it that day, but didn't realize before telling everyone to look at his "kill" that the carcass had been half eaten by a scavenger overnight). He's caught with his pants down when Draco attacks the village, his house is damaged in the attack, and Bowen steals his money by asking for it in advance and then pretending to have been eaten. [[spoiler:He gets his ''hand'' cut off by a peasant.]] Later on, during the battle, Gilbert shoots him in the rear with an arrow, giving a BondOneLiner to add insult to injury. Immediately after, the girl he had been in bed with attacks him, knocks him out, and then steals some money and his jeweled cuff (which he had been wearing over his stump). In the end, he [[spoiler:is stabbed from behind and killed by the peasants.]]
* CaliforniaDoubling: Early medieval England is actually UsefulNotes/{{Slovakia}}.
* CassandraTruth: No one believes Kara when she tells the townsfolk that Bowen's "in league with the dragon!"
* CaveBehindTheFalls: Quite literally, Bowen finds Draco in a... well, a cave. [[CaptainObvious Behind a waterfall]].
* CessationOfExistence: Draco says that only certain dragons get to have an afterlife, branded by the stars. The others just... disappear when they die.
* ChekhovsGun: During Draco's attack on the castle, a big axe is dropped when one of the dragon slayers gets killed. It is later picked up by Kara to defend herself from Brok and afterwards it's used by Bowen [[spoiler:to kill Draco.]]
* ChekhovsSkill: When pretending to be hunted down by Bowen, Draco deftly catches the ballista bolts that Bowen shoots at him. During the final battle, it comes useful when the real dragon killers use ballistas against him.
* ChessMotif: In the novelization, Queen Aislinn is forever playing chess. During Einon's childhood she played it with Bowen, who was the only one who saw any value in it; after Einon becomes King, she plays against herself.
* CoconutSuperpowers: Subverted; the movie takes its time to reveal Draco, but once he is shown in full they don't cut any corners.
* ConMan: Bowen and Draco form a duo, scamming villagers out of their money by staging dragon kills.
* {{Constellations}}: The constellation Draco is also known as the Dragon's Heaven. According to dragon religion, dragons that live honorable lives are allowed to become a star in the constellation when they die.
* CoveredInMud: Kara's villagers, in addition to throwing [[ProducePelting fruits/vegetables]] at her, throw mud. Bowen taunts her about the mud, and she responds by smearing a smashed watermelon in his face.
* CreatorCameo: Director Creator/RobCohen is Draco's singing voice. He also makes an appearance in the second con scene (the one where the water is too shallow): he is the villager that walks out and says "Meat!" first.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Brother Gilbert turns out to be one of these, once he has a bow and arrow in his hands; he even follows Bowen into situations so dangerous that the men of the village hesitate.
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Einon proves to be this when one of his advisors scoffs at the peasant rebellion. Einon refuses to underestimate them, Bowen, ''or'' Draco.
* DeadpanSnarker: Bowen and Draco both have their moments.
* DeceptiveDisciple: Einon, to Bowen.
* DisneyDeath[=/=]DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:Einon]] appears to die by falling off the highest tower of the castle. This fails to kill him, due to [[spoiler:the fact that he is bound to life as long as Draco lives]].
* [[spoiler: DisappearsIntoLight]]: [[spoiler: Draco.]]
* DoesntTrustThoseGuys: Bowen claims that the word of a dragon is worthless because you can't trust them.
* ADogNamedDog: "Draco" is Latin for "dragon". Justified in that he refuses to tell his real name and says humans can't pronounce it anyway.
** Lampshaded by Draco:
-->''So instead of calling me "dragon" in your tongue, you'll call me "Dragon" in some other tongue.''
* TheDragon: Not Draco, actually - Einon's general, Brok.
* DualWielding: Kara prefers to fight with two axes. Bowen during the forest battle.
* EvilAllAlong: Einon.
* TheEvilPrince: Einon, who grows up to become an Evil King.
* ExactWords: "Death should be a release, not a punishment." Einon later uses this to justify killing Kara's father, since she asks the King to release him.
* ExcuseMeWhileIMultitask: While practicing with Einon in the beginning, Bowen pours himself a drink and is still able to parry all of Einon's blows without even looking.
* FallenHero: Bowen, a once proud and noble knight of the Old Code, turns into a disillusioned mercenary and dragonslayer. (And for a while, a ConMan with a dragon for a partner.)
* FateWorseThanDeath: None in particular, but the trope deserves mention because Einon is a big fan of them. In his words, 'Death should be a release, not a punishment.'
** Invoked, with this exchange between Kara and Einon: "There are many fates in your realm worse than death!" "I'll have to dream one up for you."
* ForcefulKiss: Einon does this to Kara, not just to mock her about killing her father before, but to reveal his plan to marry her.
* GiantFlyer
* TheGift: Parodied with Brother Gilbert, who picks up a bow and arrow pretty quickly.
** His [[BoomHeadshot first]] and [[GroinAttack second]] shot in his life, after some vague instructions, are both deadly shots.
* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen: Averted with Einon's mother, Queen Aislinn, whose only crime was loving her son and trying to save him. Between Einon and his father, this movie is a much stronger example of God Save Us From the Kings.
* HandsOnApproach: Bowen gives Kara instruction of how to properly use a battle hatchet.
* HereThereWereDragons: The Arthurian days are past, the Old Code is almost forgotten about, and dragons have since been nearly hunted to extinction. [[spoiler: And at the end, they're all gone.]]
* HeroicBSOD: Bowen has one after realizing that he had helped wipe out an innocent species for no reason (he thought that Draco's heart had made Einon evil, when in fact Einon had always been a monster.)
* HealingHands: Kara tends to an injury Bowen receives while fighting with Einon; Bowen compliments her on having "a healer's touch."
* HeelFaithTurn: Bowen redeems himself from his FallenHero status thanks to '''KingArthur'''.
* HeroesWantRedheads: Bowen, to Kara. It's made more explicit in the novelization, where he actually confesses his feelings.
* HeroicResolve: Bowen at Avalon, citing the Knight's Code in front of a statue of KingArthur.
* HitMeDammit: Draco tries to convince Bowen to kill him in order to beat Einon.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Bowen sorely wanted to believe that Einon was better than his father.
* InkSuitActor: The FX artists made Draco talk and act with Sean Connery's mannerisms.
* IsThatTheBestYouCanDo: Draco says this when Bowen first attacks him.
* IWantThemAlive: When Einon realises that he is immortal as long as Draco lives, he orders off the dragonslayers his mother hired, even using the exact words, "I want it alive!"
* IWasBeatenByAGirl: [[spoiler:Brok is killed by Kara. His dying lines are even: "A girl?"]]
* KickTheDog: We know Brok is a bad guy because he insults Bowen early on for no reason, calling him a nursemaid.
** [[BigBad Einon]] also gets a lot of moments when it counts, including shooting Kara's father for sport. In the novelization, [[spoiler: he later rapes Kara after she tried to kill him.]]
* KnightInSourArmor: Bowen, who literally is a knight.
** And, ironically enough, Draco.
* LargeHam: [[EvilIsHammy Einon]] and Brother Gilbert
** Bowen, too. Quaid must have been picking [[ChewingTheScenery bits of the set out of his mouth]] for a week after shooting some of his scenes.
* LastOfHisKind: Literally for Draco; for Bowen, he was the only one who kept to the Old Code.
* LightIsNotGood[=/=]DarkIsNotEvil: In a complete reversal of the [[GoodColoursEvilColours standard]], Einon's wardrobe is almost entirely white, and Bowen's is almost entirely black.
* LiteralChangeOfHeart: Draco gives away half his heart, hoping to redeem the prince.
* TheMagicGoesAway: [[spoiler:Dragons are gone afer Draco's death.]]
* TheMedic: The novelization gives Queen Aislinn this role. It's noted that Einon is annoyed by her frequent forays out into the villages to dispense healing herbs and minister to the sick, but as it doesn't really inconvenience him, he lets her do as she pleases.
* MexicanStandoff: Probably the only way they could do it between a man and a dragon. Draco tried to chew Bowen in self-defense, so Bowen grabbed his sword and embedded it in the roof of Draco's mouth. If either tried to make the finishing blow it would be suicide.
* TheMiddleAges: The setting of this movie.
* MonsterProtectionRacket: Draco attacks villages and pretends to be killed by Bowen.
* MyDeathIsJustTheBeginning: [[spoiler:Draco's sacrifice heralds the arrival of a golden age for the kingdom.]]
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Bowen doesn't want to kill Draco because he's the last of his kind. But ''whose fault is that'', dragonslayer?
** Not to mention he was only killing dragons in the first place to ''kill Draco'', thinking that it was his heart transplant that made Einon evil. Turns out Einon was a massive prick to begin with and parroted the teachings of the Old Code just to satisfy Bowen and be taught how to fight.
** Gilbert's well-aimed arrow to Einon's heart incapacitates Draco long enough for him to be captured.
* OfferedTheCrown: In both the ending narration and the novelization of the film, [[spoiler: it's heavily implied that Bowen and Kara are named King and Queen after Einon's death]].
* OffingTheOffspring: Well, Queen Aislinn ''tries''... that's the reason she hires the dragonslayers. She realizes that Einon will die if Draco does. Unfortunately for her, [[GenreSavvy Einon figures it out too]].
* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: Bowen the instructor vs Einon the evil monarch.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: They're intelligent, can talk, seem capable of some magic, and though they're commonly hunted by humans, they're still expected to help them in order to ascend to their version of "Heaven." Also, they have tails that act like giant scissors, and they can only breathe fire through their nose (said fire tends to have explosive effects.)
* PalatePropping: Leads to a standoff with Bowen literally ''inside'' Draco's mouth.
* PlayingPossum:
** In the novelization, Bowen does this in the training scene at the start, after falling off a wall.
** In the film, Einon does this briefly after falling down a flight of stairs.
* ProducePelting: Kara's villagers do this to her when she tries to convince them to fight Einon.
* PromotedToLoveInterest: Kara in the novelization.
* RecycledTrailerMusic: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTKSUlMbp9A main theme]] has been recycled countless times in other movie trailers. If you don't recognize it right away, go to about 2:28 on that video. If you still don't recognize it, you probably haven't been to a movie theatre since 1996. It is frequently used for montages at the {{Academy Award}}s, possibly because the score was not even nominated the year the movie came out.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: According to Draco, a dragon must earn his place in the Dragons' Heaven. If they don't, then in Draco's own words, "our spirit disappears, as if we never were." By sharing his heart with Einon, he loses his place in the Heavens. [[spoiler:But by sacrificing his life to stop Einon, he earns his place back, and becomes the brightest star in the Dragons' Heaven]].
* RedemptionInTheRain: [[spoiler: Bowen renews his knightly vows in the pouring rain, kneeling before King Arthur himself]]
* RedheadInGreen: Kara.
* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: Our first hint of Einon's true nature is when he steals the crown from his dying father, who tries to hold onto it.
* ReverseGrip: Bowen holds his sword like this a few times.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Bowen believes that the dragonheart corrupted Einon, so he intends to kill every last one.
* RousingSpeech: Bowen gives one to the villagers.
* SameSexTriplets: Identical girls in Kara's home village.
* SelfMadeOrphan: [[spoiler: Einon eventually kills his mother.]]
* SleepCute: Draco is made of this trope.
* SceneryPorn: The landscape and castle are beautiful.
* StarringSpecialEffects: Draco.
* StarsAreSouls: Good dragons who die become a star in the Draco constellation. [[spoiler:This happens to Draco when he dies.]]
-->Draco: To the stars, Bowen. To the stars.
* TheStoic[=/=]StoicWoobie: Queen Aislinn, in the novelization. She seems to have developed this personality as a result of her forced marriage to a ruffian and the equally brutal kingship of her only child.
* SoulJar: Draco. [[spoiler:As long as he lives, so does Einon.]]
* {{Synchronization}}: Draco and Einon can feel each other's pain. [[spoiler:Einon also lives as long as Draco does.]]
* TalkingAnimal: Draco.
* ThanksForTheMammary: Brother Gilbert to Kara when he jumps on a horse.
* ThatManIsDead: Kara speaks of a great knight she saw once. Bowen, the knight in question, responds that "that knight died of his wounds long ago."
* ThisIsMyNameOnForeign: Kinda. Draco even replies that Bowen is just calling him "Dragon" in a different tongue instead of his own, but accepts the name because he finds an honor to be named after the constellation.
* TrainingThePeacefulVillagers: Bowen, Draco, and Kara raise a peasant army.
* TheUnreveal: Draco's real name, which supposedly [[TheUnpronounceable can't be pronounced by humans anyway]]. He's about to say it but it devolves into a loud series of roars and him falling onto his back due to Kara stabbing Einon in the shoulder back at his castle.
* VirginSacrifice: When the people of Kara's village don't want to pay money to Bowen to drive Draco away, he suggests they offer one of these instead. Of course they pick the loudmouthed redhead who keeps trying to stir up rebellion.
* YouKilledMyFather: Einon slaughters Kara's father right in front of her, inciting her endless hatred.

!!The sequel provides examples of...
* ABoyAndHisX: A boy and his dragon.
* ActionGirl: Lian, definitely.
* AwardBaitSong: "''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UJj69zNGyQ My Heart Goes With You]]''", sung by Rona Figueroa, the actress who plays Lian.
* BadassPrincess: Lian.
* BreathWeapon: Fire ''and'' ice this time.
* ChekhovsSkill: Drake tries to learn the forgotten Dragon art of breathing ice, but fails. Naturally, he manages to pull it off at the climax.
* ColorMeBlack: This was attempted on the BigBad prior to the events of the movie. It utterly failed, the [[spoiler:dragon in human form]] is still bent on genocide.
* ConspicuousCG: Some of the worst spots are Draco's first flight, and the final battle, with [[spoiler:the dragons being especially shiny and the way they're moving when compared with the rest of the movie.]]
* CoveredInMud: At one point, TheRival Roland trips and gets a face full of stable mud.
* DawsonCasting: Lian's age isn't ever said, but she appears to be a teenager and is referred to as a "girl" instead of a woman. Whatever her age, it's certainly younger than actress Rona Figueroa's 28 at the time of filming.
* ADogNamedDog: "Drake" is a term meaning "(small) dragon", or certain (small) types of dragon.
* DualWielding: Both Roland and Osric fight with a sword in each hand at some point.
* FanDisservice: Seeing a monk - even a supposedly teenage one - run around in nothing but underwear (which happens to look quite a bit like a diaper).
* FartsOnFire: While learning to [[BreathWeapon breathe fire]], Drake starts to lose control of it and turns away from the nearby village to avoid damaging anything. Unfortunately, it comes out the wrong end, and he destroys a building.
* IdiotBall: [[spoiler:Lian and Kwan are knowingly carrying around the heart of an extremely evil dragon. How did it not occur to them until Osric regained his true form that his heart, rather than Drake's, might possibly be the one in the prophecy?]]
* IntergenerationalFriendship: Lian refers to Kwan as her loyal servant, her wise teacher, and her closest friend.
* LastOfHisKind: Drake. [[spoiler:Kinda.]]
* {{Leitmotif}}: The credits song, ''My Heart Goes With You'', serves as Lian's.
* LiterallyShatteredLives: [[spoiler: Drake kills Griffin by breathing ice on him instead of fire. Griffin falls to the ground and shatters. Unfortunately, one of the pieces impales Geoff.]]
* MentorOccupationalHazard: [[spoiler:Poor Kwan...]]
* OldMaster: Kwan
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: Osric transforms into a dragon at the film's climax.]]
* ParasolOfPain: Master Kwan's weapon.
* PlayingPossum: Done by [[spoiler:Osric and his men]] in battle. [[spoiler:Osric was pretending that he was dying and needed Drake's heart, but when Geoff realized that Osric wasn't wounded, then some of Osric's "dead" men jumped up and attacked.]]
* RenownedSelectiveMentor: Geoff is trained by the king's advisor Osric. Osric claims it is because he's a natural and deserves special attention, but his real motive [[spoiler:was to make Geoff eager for battle and to trust him in order to convince Drake to give up half his heart]].
* TheRival: Roland is to Geoff, somewhat.
* SamusIsAGirl: The first time Lian is seen, she is believed to be a boy; it is only a little while later that she is revealed to be a girl.
* SecretTestOfCharacter: Kwan and Lian want to test Drake to see if it will be his heart that will cause the evil. [[spoiler:Kwan claims that there's a way to learn all of the ancient dragon secrets instantly; Drake passes by refusing and deciding to learn naturally, year by year, from Kwan.]]
* SevenDeadlySins: Used as a bit of a RunningGag.
-->'''Geoff:''' Come on, don't say it like that, take some pride in being special!\\
'''Mansel:''' All right, I ''am'' special!\\
'''Geoff:''' It's not like {{Pride}} is one of those Seven Deadly Sins or anything.\\
'''Mansel''' ''(stops walking and frowns)'': ...Actually, it is.
** And then later:
-->''(Mansel is holding a whole armload of food)''\\
'''Geoff:''' Hey, you have fun. 'Cause it's not like [[VillainousGlutton Gluttony]] is on that seven deadly sin list too.\\
''(Mansel quickly sets down all the food and walks away)''
* SurroundedByIdiots: "YOU are ''all'' '''''INCOMPETENTS!'''''"
* TakingTheBullet:
** [[spoiler:Osric]] [[PlayingPossum pretends to do this]] in battle.
** [[spoiler:Kwan]] [[TakingTheBullet does this at the climax.]]
* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks:
** Osric does this in battle.
** [[spoiler:Geoff throwing his sword at Griffin in the climax.]]
* WaifFu: Lian uses this a couple times.
* WeCanRuleTogether: [[spoiler:Once Osric becomes a dragon again, he calls Drake "brother" and invites him to destroy humanity together.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: Stefan has served Osric loyally for years. One mistake, and he gets a dagger in his chest.
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