- In How the Dragon Was Tricked, the dragon not only has a house and a stable, he also has a dragoness wife and goes to church. He still commands his wife to murder the protagonist so they can eat him, however (and to prepare the meal while the dragon himself is at church, by the way).
- In The Golden Apples and the Nine Peahens, the dragon holds the heroine captive. Also he rides a horse.
- In The Flower Queen's Daughter, the dragons have a stable and horses that the hero is set to watch. They also stage a dance. Which the hero and the captive princess attend.
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