Most people are blind to magic. They move through a blank and empty world. They’re bored with their lives, and there’s nothing they can do about it. They’re eaten alive by longing, and are dead before they die.
Starting tomorrow, I’ll be on vacation at Universal Orlando for a week! I don’t think the queue will hold out that long and if it doesn’t, don’t worry! I’ll be back before ya’ know it! Thanks for your patience!
If you are interested in stories with happy endings, you would be better off reading some other book. In this book, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning and very few happy things in the middle.
Lemony Snicket, A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Bad Beginning
Okay so for dagrons (my fave way to say dragons) I'd say jewelry. At least that's what I think of. I think of treasure hoarding and skyrim when I think dagrons. So maybe writing words of intent for them, like positivity? Or power? Also, I have 3 spirit companions! My main spirit is a black panther (earth) named Shamala. I also have an otter (light) named Iria (she has two kits! AHH) and a hare (fire/water) named Lepus (he's the only boy in the group).
Thanks for the ideas!
I have 2 dragons and an Arctic Fox. Mon-Tey and Kalypso are dragons and Arc I’d the fox. They are so great. Arc is so fluffy tbh
More dragon Genji (with 70% more dragon)! Which quickly became an AU.
In it, Genji’s near death experience results in him getting healed by Mercy, a witch (or a priestess, can’t decide), which results in him becoming half dragon. She transported him over to Switzerland from Japan via a magic mirror, before Hanzo’s twin dragons mauled him to death.
‘Course, it’s also just sort of an excuse to draw Genji as a dragon/half-dragon/monster.