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Charlie, OC
Primary Relationship
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Romance, Action/Adventure, LGBTQA
Contains profanity, Strong violence, Scenes of a sexual nature, Substance abuse, Sensitive topic/issue/theme
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Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2015-01-26 10:24pm
Last Chapter
2016-01-05 12:06am
Last Updated
2016-01-05 12:06am

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 The Sahara Goldenwing

 The Sahara Goldenwing is a dragon whose name reflects its home. They require only slightly less water than the average dragon, and it is unknown how they survive in such a harsh climate.

2,674 12
2 The Imperial Redhorn

 The Imperial Redhorn is a horse-sized dragon which was discovered by Romans during the reign of Julius Caesar. Later, Augustus attempted (and failed) to domesticate it for military use.

4,644 7
3 The Tuatarian Greybeard

 The Tuatarian Greybeard is a rare dragon, found only in New Zealand. It is small - the largest members of the species being less than three meters long. The Tuatarian Greybeard is known for the tufts of grey hair that the males sport under their chins.

3,390 6
4 The Japanese Lava-Swimmer

 Found only near the peaks of active volcanoes in Eastern Asia, not much is known about the Japanese Lava-Swimmer other than the fact that it is more than comfortable in hot environments.

3,525 6
5 The Antipodean Opaleye

Native to New Zealand, the Antipodean Opaleye is known as one of the most beautiful dragons around. Sleak and slender, watching an Opaleye fly is a rare treat, similar to seeing a world-class ballet.

3,764 4
6 The Catalonian Fireball

Originally thought to be the juvenile form of the Chinese Fireball, the Catalonian Fireball was recently discovered to be its own species. Highly territorial and aggresive, the Catalonian Fireball is often considered more dangerous than its larger cousin, despite the size difference.

4,100 2
7 The Ukranian Ironbelly

Commonly known as the largest species of dragon, the Ukranian Ironbelly is also distinct in the yellow and orange shades of its egg, often compared to a beautiful sunset.

4,316 1
8 The Western Flyer

The Western Flyer's form of transportation, Apparation, has only recently became known to dragonologists, and is now the frequent subject of studies to discover how they achieve it.

3,183 0
9 The Hungarian Horntail

Known as one of the most aggressive dragons with the highest capacity to cause destruction, it is common practice to destroy any eggs found in the wild. Prior to protective laws being passed, the species was nearly driven to extinction.

4,570 0
10 The Mediterranean Coral Dragon

One of the most beautiful of the sea dragons, the Mediterranean Coral Dragon uses its wings as fins, and blends in with the coral reefs. It sits and waits for unsuspecting prey, blasting them with boiling water when they swim by.

4,751 1
11 The Irish Vivaparous

The Irish Viviparous is incredibly long and just as slender. It can reach a speed of up to three-hundred and fifty kilometers per hour, and is hornless.

4,655 0
12 Eleanor's Short-Tail

Named for the daughter of the wizard that first documented them, Eleanor's Short-Tails are largely flightless. They're skilled climbers and use short jets of fire to hunt small mammals.

4,860 0
13 Black-banded Tree Climber

Tree Climbers are small, and as the name suggests, nest in treetops. Their colors vary between neutral tones, but they all feature black stripes along their backs.

4,485 1


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