Sometimes used simply to mean dragon
; specifically, it refers to particular two-legged, wingless Asian dragon.
Did you see that Lindworm running through town last night?
The classical fire-breathing Western dragon, with wings, scales,an arrowhead tail, claws, and horns
That dragon is an European Dragon
A general name for the lair of any knucker; specifically a place near Lyminster, England, known as the Knucker Hole
I went to the Knucker Hole yesterday.
A sort of dragon costume meant to fool dragons who are being spied on. It should be made from fireproof material.
I used a Dragon Decoy to get passed that dragon
Most often used to refer to the ancient runes that were allegedly gifted to mankind by the dragons themselves
This letter its in Dragon Script.
A very large, feathered, serpentine dragon found mainly in North, Central, and South America
Did you see that amphithere? It was so cool.
One who is adept in the decipherment and construction of riddles and who has survived numerous riddle challenges
One day i will become a Master Riddler .
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