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Earth Realm Dragons

Course Material for Dragons - Biology, Sociology, and Magic, a Classroom at Androntel Academy



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   In this unit, we will examine and discuss as a class the entirety of the notions of dragons in the Earth Realm (that is, the 4-dimensional physical world we call home and the cosmos that surrounds it). We will look for the potential history of dragons in the world, in the galaxy and in the multiverse (that is, the many realms that overlap and conjoin to form the basic cosmological structure of our known and unknown univers).

   We will discuss the works of Ernest Drake (see [#Reference List] below; Drake, E., & Steer, D., 2003), the online community, research works, alternative works, mythologies, and more. All of these will relate to dragons as found on Earth and in our own realm. Onward, dracologists and dragonologists!



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   [#]Biology and Psychology

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   [#]Relations With Earth Races

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   [#]Preferred Habitats

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   [#]History And Lore

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Unit One :  -  Dragon Biology and Physical Features
Unit Two :  -  Draconic Personality and Sociology
Unit Three :  -  Draconic language and script
Unit Four :  -  Draconic Magic and Arcane Bloodline
Unit Five :  -  True Dragons
Student, Scholar, Fan and Elftowner Artwork and Media Page  -  Dragon Artwork and Media




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References:

   Drake, E., & Steer, D., (2003). Dragonology: The Complete Book of Dragons, From Templar Publishing, and Candlewick Press, Cambridge, MA. See also web media, Retrieved November 21, 2006, from http://www.dragonology.com/ ; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonology ; and http://www.amazon.com/Dragonology-Complete-Book-Dragons-Ologies/dp/0763623296



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     Please feel free to post any questions, comments, stories, or activities to the comments section, and they will be responded to as more work is done for this classroom area.
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2007-03-06 [DanClark]: In this particular section of the dragon pages, will the historical myths of dragons be explored? And if yes will the be restricted to european mythology or will all cultures be represented?

2007-03-23 [xido]: Yes, it will delve into Earth Lore, and yes, all cultures will be represented. ;)
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