In the ancient legend of King Arthur, Prince Lancelot is put under the protection of Merlin during a battle against a hydra. The battle involves a woman named Morgan le Fay, who is eventually driven out of the castle. Lancelot finds himself separated from his master and is forced to fight the demon named Dragonea.
After her defeat, Morgan becomes Lady of the Lake and kills many other beloved knights. This only increases her hatred for Lancelot, who is then pursued by Drake. Drake has the upper hand for most of the time, but when they are attacked by a strange river monster, Drake flees in terror. Lancelot finds himself alone and realizes that he has to find a way to help Drake escape as well.
Lancelot stumbles upon a guide to escape with him into a long forgotten desert. Here they encounter the dragons, which appear as loyal servants, no longer needing to feed. Lancelot has to make the choice of whether to feed them or leave them be.
Some people call these dragons friends, and others called them godlike beings. It is up to us to decide what we call them. To help you make this decision easier, I have included the different kinds of dragons, along with their variations.
Drake has a bite the size of a coin, giving him a large head. His eyes and mouth are covered, making it impossible to examine his entire body. His scales are a black-brown color, with a pale yellow belly. His wings are large and round, and notched.
The Great Black Dragon is a legend that is easily found in the books written by Lord Dunsany. When Arthur is fighting to destroy Morgana Le Fay, Morgan tries to trick Lancelot by seducing him. Lancelot isn’t fooled easily and decides to kill Morgan. Lancelot manages to get a hold of his sword, but as soon as he puts it to her mouth, she shuts it before he can attack her. She is tempted by a statue of an eagle and turns into a hideous giant, so Lancelot has to follow her to a room in Camelot.
The Armored Dragon resembles a giant serpent. The scales on his back are all black, making the animal look incredibly dangerous. He is very poisonous, and Lancelot must avoid him in the cave. When he finally finds him, he knocks him out with a boulder, leaving him lying on the ground. Once Lancelot tells him what he wants, he holds a sword to Lancelot’s throat and hangs him there until the ending of the tale.
Drake is the most evolved and dangerous of all the dragons. He is just as dangerous as a dark Lord of the Flies. He is large, yet still lighter than most. The skin is a deep green, and he has no visible wings.
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