2005-02-10 [GriffinDWolf]: What about the Pern Dragon?
2005-02-11 [GriffinDWolf]: I'll check and get some info. God knows i have plenty of it
2005-02-11 [ArchangelGabriel]: I'll wait for your messgae
2005-02-22 [Penguinlord]: hehe isn't it being rather self-centered making these a different section to dragons from literature?
2005-02-22 [ArchangelGabriel]: No. These are dragon species made up by authors with out any proper research
2005-02-22 [Penguinlord]: why do you assume they did no research?
2005-02-23 [EarthGriffin]: I think that if u wanna research about dragons, u have 2 start wif old literature books... Or any ancient documents about them. Old language r not easy 2 understand either. \=/
2005-02-24 [GriffinDWolf]: but pern dragon's aren't true earth dragon's they were genetically manipulated from creatures that resemble the earth dragon, Firelizards.
2005-02-25 [EarthGriffin]: Ah.... If it's about the Pern Dragons, then that's another thing... XD
2005-03-01 [GriffinDWolf]: i just started a topic here then
2005-03-02 [Shadowsoul]: There are many species of dragon living in our world sadly many are nearing extinction. The most common species is the Great Western or heraldic dragon. This one is green and can be found all over europe. There was a time when a sign of wizard ship was to breed and cultivate rare breeds of dragon and then use them as hoard guarders although these where often abandoned and let out into the wild. Beowulf is famous for killing one of these left over hoard guarders.
2005-03-02 [Shadowsoul]: Revised and spell checked version of this page, up above :)
2005-03-02 [Penguinlord]: wow thanks... even i didn't have the courage to stand up to lobsangs spelling...
2005-03-03 [ArchangelGabriel]: i wish you did
2005-03-03 [EarthGriffin]: LOL ^^
2005-11-27 [pixietrick55]: mountian dragon, forest dragon, sea dragon, ???
2005-11-27 [ArchangelGabriel]: Hmmmm...
2005-11-29 [Penguinlord]: i think they are mostly subspecies of the great western...
2005-12-13 [EarthGriffin]: I think, most likely all were evolved from 1 species... Is there any chance that all have their own subspecies as well??
2015-01-02 [Minimire]: There are over 1 million species of dragons. If any of you would like to know, you can come to me, I'll tell you all their species and all their information. :)