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  • I know the fight you have fought and the damage you have done to dragonkind.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Even the most foolish fool knew that Cobalt of Wings Peak – Black Shadow of the Overworld and Highest Rider of the Sky – King of Dragons feared no danger imagined or devised by humankind, dragonkind, or Mother Earth herself.

    HAVEN • by Kevin Shamel

  • And, amidst the towering peaks of the Worldspine, a dragon has freed itself from bondage and plots to free all of dragonkind from humanity's yoke once and for all.

    The King of the Crags by Stephen Deas

  • It revealed many things about dragonkind to the reader.

    Father Swarat

  • Slowly coming into her own, Jennifer Scales just may be the bridge to bring the two warring sides of her family together-provided she can survive learning the most ancient skills of dragonkind.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I would hope that they start the movie with a synopsis of what has happened before, explaining the colonization, first fall, genetic engineering, and the slow rise and fall of mankind and dragonkind on Pern.

    Pern Movie!

  • "We keep an eye on his drink, and he teaches the little ones their Ballads -- respect for dragonriders and dragonkind."

    Dragon's Fire

  • But there are things I know of dragonkind that he may not realize.

    THE SUNDERING

  • Across the valley, beneath the seething Temple of Luerkhisis, the rest of the general's army was born - draconians, hatched by a corrupting process from the se - cretly hoarded eggs of good dragonkind.

    Flint, the King

  • Those gold, silver, brass, and bronze orbs would - when the time was right - force the neutrality of good dragonkind, allowing the empire of dark - ness to be born.

    Flint, the King

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