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❝ Excuse me but is that a dragon? ❞

It was an odd thing for the vampire to
do, nearly blurt out a question at a
complete stranger. But then again, it
was a weird thing for a person (was
this stranger a magician? He’d never
seen him at Watford) to tame a dragon
and act as if they were long time buddies.
The weirdest thing was that the dragon
was acting the same way. The only way
the situation would get weirder would
be if the human was actually a Normal.

Baz would stake himself in the heart
right there, with his wand. It was one
thing for the Mage’s reforms to let
pixies and other creatures into Watford,
but a Normal interacting with magic?
Crowley, no.

He would tell the Coven about the matter
later, probably, if it ended up being a threat
tot the World of Mages. And he would go
to Simon, his now part dragon boyfriend,
about it after the interaction with the
human. He needed emotional and moral
support. He might faint

@byrdr

Jack had caused a small snow
storm while everyone slept. He
had been planning it for a couple
of days. It was for the kids, but
also for Hiccup. He had been a
little of the stressed side recently,
or at least, Jack thought, so he
decided to try to get him to have
a little fun. After all, it was the
winter spirit’s center.

The kids were more than happy
to wake up do a bunch of snow
they could mess around in, and
some of the dragons seemed
okay with it. Especially the babies.

Jack had been hiding, a snowball
in his hands as he wanted for
the other to come outside. When
he did, the spirit grinned and
threw the snowball at Hiccup’s
back.

❝ Good morning. ❞