Farithdir wrote:It is undebatable that the dragon originated in Siberia. Over time, there was a shortage of food.There it split into three groups-Some headed to Europe, others to China in an attempt to find new sources of nutrition. A third group followed it's favorite prey, humans, over the land bridge into north america.
As for the fire, it can be explained quite simply: Dragons are not of this world!
When there shuttle crashed, this highly advanced culture was forced to live primitively on this new world. They were the real rulers of all ancient civilizations, and King Ramses of Egypt was a dragon, as well as the entire Su dynasty in China, and a few popes. They used humans as their slaves to build such things as the pyramids, Great Wall of China, Hagia Sophia, and even The Tower of Babel.
In 1392, Merlinus Aquisas III summoned the power of Normandys wizards and began a crusade to rid the world of this scourge.
The reason America has thrived is our civilization is the first not to be ruled by dragons.
You’re kidding, right?
Can I ask where you are getting your information? Cause (and no affiance but) some how I seriously doubt that it true. Ok, I’m no history buff so I can’t really say one way or another. But I am a Roman Catholic and with that I’ve learned a few things about which pope was who and I can tell you right now that there was never a dragon pope.