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Dragons are mythical and magical creatures.




Bahamut





Bahamut
- more often called as
The Platinum Dragon.
Also known as
King Of All Good Dragons.











Dragon
- mythical and magical creature
usually represented as a
huge, winged, fire-breathing
reptile.






Dragon


Tiamat





Tiamat
- a monstrous
five-headed dragon











Western Dragon
- large, scaly creature resembling
a dinosaur or a large lizard.
It usually has wings and can fly,
often it will breathe fire.










Western Dragon

Cosmic Dragon



Cosmic Dragon
-
(Draco Mysticus) This Dragon is usually
found in California.
Distinguished with its tranquil look
on it's face and astrological
symbols on the wings and belly,
it is usually found floating and meditating.
When disturbed, it gets a highly insulted look on its face and leaves for quieter places.











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Anonymous Sure ....... 2 May 1 2013, 10:44 AM EDT by Anonymous
 
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So if tha Bahamut dragon is this "good" dragon than if I walked into its cave or house or whatever it lives in and I made lik a bunch of noise and I woke it up will it set me on fire and eat or will it tell me to hush and say "I'm trying to sleep"??? Personaly I think I will eat me thats what I wood hav done if I was a dragon
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Anonymous Oh yeah....okay -.- 1 Apr 30 2013, 8:29 PM EDT by Laidy--Demonata
 
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Bahamut is COOL AS HELL . !
Tiamat looks like a freaking Lego creation with all those colors.
Western Dragon looks like a old a** ninja turtle master
Cosmic Dragon needs to sit down somewhere because it's not scaring ANYBODY -.- can you say "Dragon Sushi"
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Anonymous Cosmic Dragon from California? 0 Aug 11 2011, 12:55 AM EDT by Anonymous
 
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Seems more like the Cosmic Dragon should originate from China.

"Tongue-in-cheek"? <eyeroll>
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