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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Dragons were creatures from Earth myths and legends, resembling giant lizards.

The Doctor encountered a fire-breathing dragon in the forest outside the Pied Piper's castle, but drove it off with a fire extinguisher. (TVC: Challenge of the Piper)

Senator Alcott's fear of the Chinese manifested itself as a Chinese dragon. (DW: The Mind of Evil)

Dragons were one of the life-forms found on Avalon. (MA: The Sorcerer's Apprentice)

The dragon of Iceworld was a biomechanoid assigned to keep the Dragonfire away from Kane. (DW: Dragonfire)

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A dragon was a lizard-like creature of mythology. Hebitian tombs often had statues of a sleeping toj'lath representing a dead ruler being wakened by a dragon. (New Worlds, New Civilizations short story: "The Glories of the Hebitians")

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Race: Dragon
other resources

Ancient, malevolent and power-hungry, the Dragons of Norrath are often the villains of many zone and quest progressions.


  • Earth literature and legends of Dragons are plentiful and rich. 
  • The Dragon race speaks the Draconic language.


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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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race: Human
affiliation: Shi
role: Martial artist
location: San Francisco
appearances: Fallout 2
quests: Lo Pan wants you to take out the Dragon - hand to hand, if possible
dialogue file: Fcdragon.msg

The Dragon is a hand-to-hand warrior in San Francisco. You first see him when you first enter San Francisco. You will see him in the middle fighting, Lo Pan. The Dragon seems to have equal strength with Lo Pan. Dragon is good.


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Behind the scenes

This master of martial arts is based on Bruce "Little Dragon" Lee, martial artist, actor, philosopher... creator of martial style Jeet Kune Do.

San Francisco

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Dragon may refer to:

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Dragons are reptile creatures that resemble giant lizards.

Known subtypes

By their look and habitat dragons can be split into the following sub-species:

  • Drakes found in Tyria are Middle Eastern style dragons. They are mostly sturdy and have only small wings or no wings at all, leaving them unable to fly.
  • Glint is an example of a northern-European dragon.
  • Dragons found in Cantha are Asian style dragons with a slim, serpent-like body and large wings that allow them to fly.
  • Turtle Dragons found in Cantha look like a turtle, but are actually dragons too.
  • Elonian Drakes resemble Crocodiles.

On top of the aforementioned subspecies, there are two NPC dragons that are among the most powerful creatures to be found anywhere in the world of Guild Wars:

Region Sub-Species Type Collectable Drop
Fissure of Woe Drake Elementalist24 Obsidian Furnace Drake Shadowy Crest
Prophecies Campaign
Pre-Searing Ascalon Drake Elementalist5 River Drake unknown
Shiverpeak Mountains Drake (Ice Drake)1 unknown
Kryta Drake Elementalist18 Lightning Drake
Elementalist20 Grand Drake
Spiked Crest
Crystal Desert Drake Elementalist21 Sand Drake Topaz Crest
Ring of Fire Islands Drake Elementalist24 Drake Fiery Crest
Factions Campaign
Shing Jea Island Turtle Dragon Necromancer11 Bonesnap Turtle Bonesnap Shell
The Jade Sea Serpentine Dragon Elementalist24 Saltspray Dragon Azure Crest
Turtle Dragon Elementalist24 Rockhide Dragon
Saltspray Beach (Alliance Battle) Serpentine Dragon Elementalist20 Saltspray Dragon Hatchling n/a
Nightfall Campaign
Istan Drake Warrior10 Irontooth Drake Chunk of Drake Flesh
Kourna Drake Warrior20 Steelfang Drake Chunk of Drake Flesh
Eye of the North Expansion
Depths of Tyria Drake Elementalist20 Chromatic Drake Chromatic Scale
  1. All Ice Drakes in the game are bosses.

For an alphabetic list of all Dragons, including bosses, see: Category: Dragons


  • Despite their name and/or look, the following are not Dragons according to game mechanics:
  • For the Ancient Dragons click here.

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From Grand Theft Wiki

Dragan was a soldier during the Bosnian Wars and in the same fifteen man squad as Niko Bellic, Florian Cravic, Darko Brevic, Goran, Mijo and Dmitar. He was killed, alongside eleven of his fellow squad members, after Darko sold the squad out to the enemy for $1,000.

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From Lostpedia

A full picture of the blast door map
The Via Domus blast door map with new notations
The blast door map with legible text written above

The blast door map, first seen in the 17th episode of Season 2, "Lockdown", is a map of DHARMA Initiative facilities on the Island discovered by Locke at the Swan. The map and its accompanying annotions were drawn on one of the blast doors in paint that would fluoresce under ultraviolet light. The map was only visible briefly during the lockdown incident and was later destroyed in the Swan implosion.


Creation and history

Stuart Radzinsky, a DHARMA Initiative member and architect of the Swan station, originally created the map. He and his partner, Kelvin Inman regularly forced a lockdown sequence to engage the blast doors to continue their work on the map. The map's creators were forced to work blindly as the map could only be seen under conditions when the Swan was illuminated with black-light. Following Radzinsky's suicide, Kelvin continued working on the map, albeit at a much slower pace. Kelvin described Radzinsky as having a photographic memory, allowing him to remember exactly where he left off. It is unknown if Desmond ever contributed to the map. ("Live Together, Die Alone")

DHARMA laundry detergent was at least one of the substances used as "paint" on the map. Likely other mixtures were used to create the different colours.

Locke saw the blast door map for the first and only time in episode "Lockdown" while trapped under the blast door during the lockdown incident. Black lights switched on, revealing the map.

In the semi-canon video game, Via Domus, there are two spectrum levels of the map which can be seen under different lighting conditions. The first was as seen by Locke. The second spectrum of the map includes more geographical locations and notations. ("Forty-Two")


There are numerous handwritten notations across the blast door map. There were at least two types of notations on the map: printed notes in English, informed and factual; and more speculative philosophical musings in Latin written in cursive. Likely a combination of information and guesswork on the part of its creators, the map does not appear to be entirely accurate.

Locations and geography

The written notations


The hidden map shows the location of six stations with a seventh crossed out. All the stations appear to be pointing towards the center of the Island, represented on the map by a large question mark. Four of the stations appear with names and logos: the Arrow, the Staff, the Flame and the Swan. The central location, indicated by the question mark at the center of the map was later identified as the Pearl. ("?")

Other Structures

  • A number of other structures appear around the periphery of the map marked "CV". These are numbered sequentially counter-clockwise one through four. "CV" was later revealed in the jigsaw puzzles to stand for "Cerberus Vent".
  • The map also contains a note at about four o'clock referencing the "Known final resting place of Magnus Hanso/Black Rock."


The notes are written in several scripts, suggesting multiple contributors. The notes can be grouped into four general categories: English commentary, Latin commentary, mathematical equations and object labels (the Swan, the Flame, CVIII, etc). The Latin phrases appear to be more of a running commentary than insightful notations about the map. By contrast, the majority of the notations written in English address the various stations, references to an incident, possible shutdowns, a Cerberus system, the Periodic Resupply Drop and a DharmaTel network.

Station references

  • Several notations hint that additional as-yet unseen DHARMA facilities may exist. There are two references to a mountain location dedicated to meteorology research and another mentions a listening station devoted to communication analysis and cryptographic research.
  • According to the March 10th Podcast, the Tempest is referenced on the blast door map. While not explicitly identified, the station is likely referenced by the notation referring to a "possible manufacturing facility with light industrial equipment."
Enhanced close-up of date

Math, equations, science

Found on the blast door map are several equations, both mathematical and scientific, written as additional notations to the diagram. Three trigonometric equations are located in the top left-hand corner of the blast door map, two calculus problems appear to be engineering/physics equations related to magnetism, two derived values are found at the far right of the map, and other various mathematical equations are spread throughout it.


There are several notations on the hidden map that appear to be dates, which use a month/day/year format. Some appear to indicate a the timestamp when a "shutdown" occurred. What was shut down and why are unknown. There is another date reference to a zoological research facility and a reference to something called an AH/MDG incident of 1985.

Via Domus version of the blast door map

The newer version of the blast door map, as seen in a trailer for Lost: Via Domus.
Elliott sees the map. ("Hotel Persephone")

The Via Domus version of the map seen by Elliott Maslow in "Forty-Two", is a canonical addition to the blast door map, since the producers stated that there is another version of the map seen under a different light. (Access: Granted)

A summary of the additions to this map, listed counter-clockwise:

  • Outside, Upper Left: Pala Ferry icon
  • Outside, Lower Left: Looking Glass icon, "CABLES RUNNING OFFSHORE -- POSSIBLE LOOKING GLASS"
  • Outside, Middle Right: "AEGRI SOMNIA", Latin for "A SICK MAN'S DREAMS" or "TROUBLED DREAMS"
  • Inside, Upper Right: Barracks icon, "HOSTILE CONTROLLED"
  • Inside, Lower Center: "QUID EST VERITUS?", Latin for "WHAT IS TRUTH?" or "WHAT IS TRUE?"

Other official high-resolution images of the map

Images of the glow-in-the-dark backs of all 4 jigsaw puzzles, pieced together

In addition to the screen capture of the map from "Lockdown", the original map has been presented through other official venues. These images were apparently taken from the original prop source, and thus are higher quality images, some of which show more details and sections of the map than those from the episode itself. These include:

Locke's map

Main article: Locke's map

Locke was the only one of the survivors to see the blast door map and later tried to recreate the map on paper by drawing what he recalled. Only seeing the map for a few seconds, his memory is somewhat sketchy, but he appeared to recall the general station locations, the 'rivers' and the question mark in the center of the map. After various attempts, Locke eventually drew a good copy which he eventually gave to Mr. Eko. ("S.O.S.")  ("?")

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
  1. Do not answer the questions here.
  2. Keep the questions open-ended and neutral: do not suggest an answer.
More details...
For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Blast door map/Theories


  • What was the purpose of the map?
  • Why would Radzinsky, a central figure in the DHARMA Initiative, need a map?
  • Why was the map hidden?
    • Why was it deliberately created to be visible only under black light conditions?


  • Why are several stations drawn in dotted lines?
    • Why is one of them crossed out?
  • What does the X symbol indicate in regards to the stations?
  • What do the straight lines connecting the various stations signify?
  • What is a Cerberus Vent?
  • What is the significance of the Latin phrases?
  • What are the conduits referenced by the map?
  • Why is the writing above the Arrow Station crossed out?
    • What is code 42?
  • Why is the "C3" location "untenable"?

External links

Map commentary

  • Transcript of Javier Grillo-Marxauch chat discussing map

Raw images

  • Direct Screen Grab (enhanced)

Fan-annotated and translated images

  • Interactive Blastdoor Map with Removable "Layers" and Translation Toggle
  • Colorized Translated Map (Created by EW, completed by fans)
  • Hybrid Fan-Annotation (with translation legend)
  • Hybrid Maps of Fans
  • Black and White Hybrid Fan-Annotation
  • Organized Fan-Annotation (grouped notes)

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Dragon may refer to:

Monsters & NPCs

See also

  • Dragonkin, a race of powerful and intelligent vulture-like creatures
  • Mr. Mordaut, a dragon NPC who appears only as part of a random event
  • K'klik, a fairy dragon that players can summon by rubbing a dragon token obtained during the Recipe for Disaster quest
  • Skeletal Wyvern, the re-animated skeleton of a dragon-like being, combat level 140
  • Dragonstone, a purple gem
  • Snapdragon, a herb used for making super restore potions
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If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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ST Expanded

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Dragons are a legendary creature from the myths of various Earth cultures.

The planet Berengaria VII had an indigenious animal that resembled Earth's mythological dragons. (TOS: "This Side of Paradise")

A species of dragon-like animal was the only creature that was able to withstand the harsh environments in the lower regions of Sema's home planet. (Dragon Ball Z vs. Star Trek: The Beginning of Infinity)

One of the creatures bred on Professor Gast's planet was dragons. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "Crash Bandicoots")

The USS Dragon was possibly named after the mythical creatures.

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

"Indeed, they be fools to think that such a dragon might be slain by their crude methods...."
―Don-Wan Kihotay

Dragon may mean:



Ship classes

Individual ships


Real world

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Star Wars Fanon

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"It's saber-like claws ripped through our unit, and It's white-hot flames burnt us to a crisp, Im still haunted by that moment 20 years later"
—Stormtrooper Ap17-129 to a New Republic Dragonology reserch group

Dragons were an reptilion-avian group regerded as non-sentient creatures, until Jedi Grand Master Luke Skywalker went to investigate. He discovered they had a sophisticated writing style, a language, and a lifespan of two Wookiees. Most were fierce creatures, hoarding gold and gems, but a few sensed Luke's special importance to the universe and revealed hidden knowldge to him. Unfortunately, many Dragons were wiped out when the Yuuzhan Vong inaveded the planet. Only twelve dragons remained galactic-wide, and there was bound to be one or two in the galactic black market.


Dragons had an average lifespan of seven-hundred to five-thousand standard years. At birth, their height was five inches and their length was twelve. Full grown, they grew from three up to one-hundred and fifty meters in height, and from ten to two-hundred in length.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This creature is in the Reptiles class and has history.

1000 Hit points
700 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/-- (Illusionable)
Abilities: Melee (0-120), Fire Wave (100-170), Great Fireball (60-110), Self-Healing
Push Objects:
Est. Max. Damage: 400 hp per turn
Immune To: Fire, Invisibility, Paralysis
Strong To: Energy (-20%), Earth (-80%)
Neutral To: Physical, Holy, Death, Drown?, Life Drain?
Weak To: Ice (+10%)
Behavior: Dragons are known to retarget. This often causes shooters in a team hunt to be burned or killed. A dragon will run away from attackers when its hitpoints bar is in very low yellow.
Field Notes: Dragons are very slow-moving, but have a potent set of attacks; however, a mage or paladin can often kill one without taking any damage once they master the art.
Location: Thais Ancient Temple, Mount Sternum Dragon Cave, Mintwallin, deep in Fibula Dungeon, Kazordoon dragon (near Dwarf Bridge), Plains of Havoc, Elven Bane castle, Maze of Lost Souls, southern cave and dragon tower in Shadowthorn, Orc Fortress, Venore Dragon Lair, Pits of Inferno, Behemoth Quest room in Edron, Hero Cave, deep Cyclopolis, Edron Dragon Lair, Goroma, Ankrahmun Dragon Lairs, Draconia, Dragonblaze Peaks, some Ankrahmun Tombs, underground of Fenrock (on the way to Beregar), and Crystal Lakes.
Strategy: All players should stand diagonal from the dragon, whenever possible, to avoid the Fire Wave.

Knights: Only one knight should be present in a team hunt, as they, the blocker, must be able to move freely around the dragon and to maintain their diagonal position as the dragon takes a step (players sometimes call this "dancing with the dragon."). It is quite easy for a Knight of level 40 or higher to block a dragon without using any Health Potions at all.
Around level 60, a knight with good skills (70/70) and, optionally, a Two-Handed weapon can solo a dragon with healing and have very little waste. Remember to stand diagonal to it and always be prepared to use potions.

Mages of level 28 or higher can kill dragons without help from other players. They can Summon two Demon Skeletons and drink a few extra mana potions afterward. They should try to keep enough mana to to heal, if needed. They should enter, lure the dragon out, attack it with the demon skeletons, then move to a different floor so the dragon will target the demon skeletons. It is advisable to move to a space about 3 squares diagonal and use a strike spell (exori frigo if possible) or icicle runes to kill the dragon faster. Heal when your hp drops under 280-300. You can take some icicles with you in case the dragon flees into some narrow cave.

Paladins with a distance skill of 60+ and enough hitpoints to survive a fire wave are welcome additions to a team dragon hunt. Just be sure to have exura san spell ready to use, and stand where you can escape if the dragon starts to attack you. A paladin's ability to solo a dragon depends greatly on the terrain. Icicles are always an option. Keep in mind that a paladin can convince a demon skeleton at level 47.
Loot: 0-110 gp, 0-3 Dragon Ham, 0-12 Burst Arrow, Mace, Short Sword, Steel Shield, Crossbow, Longsword (semi-rare), Steel Helmet (semi-rare), Broadsword (semi-rare), Plate Legs (semi-rare), Double Axe (rare), Dragon Hammer (rare), Green Dragon Leather (rare), Green Dragon Scale (rare), Serpent Sword (rare), Wand of Inferno (rare), Strong Health Potion (rare), Dragon Shield (very rare), Dragonbone Staff (very rare), Small Diamond (very rare), Life Crystal (very rare). (Loot Statistics)
See also: Creatures.
Creature Types of Tibia
Creature Types
of Tibia

Frogs Quara
Arachnids Insects
Demon Lords
Demon Lords The Ruthless Seven
The Ruthless Seven
Demons Triangle of Terror
Triangle of Terror
Bio- Geo-
Cryo- Hydro-
Electro- Pyro-
Elemental Lords
Elemental Lords Blobs
Amazons Outlaws
Barbarians Pirates
Monks Sorcerers
Necromancers Voodoo Cultists
Voodoo Cultists
Dwarves Goblins
Elves Orcs
Giants Trolls
Chakoyas Minotaurs
Dworcs Misc
Magical Creatures
Beholders Shapeshifters
Apes Felines
Artiodactyls Glires
Bears Misc
Canines Mutated Mammals
Mutated Mammals
Annelids Bosses
Arena Bosses
Arena Bosses Event Creatures
Event Creatures
Birds Traps
Dragons Misc
Lizards Serpents
The Undead
Ghosts Skeletons
Pharaohs Undead Humanoids
Undead Humanoids

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Dragons are large reptilian, fire-breathing monsters. Though on modern-day Earth, they are considered mythological creatures by native humans, real specimens have been known to exist.

Dragons can be bipedal, quadrupedal, winged, have necks of various size, and have heads or tails in ranging numbers. Indeed, since the term "dragon" is so generic, it seems possible to describe creatures not native to Earth which fall under the very forgiving criteria as dragons.



Generation One animated continuity

At least one full-on dragon (reptilian, fire-breathing, winged) has been seen on Earth in medieval times, and a similar but less imposing creature (supposedly from Borneo) in the modern era. The medieval dragon was tremendous in size, dwarfing both humans and averaged-sized Transformers. Although quite dangerous, it was driven off by a wizard using dragon's bane.

Lord Chumley spent years patiently stalking the Kinabalu dragon[1] of Borneo before transporting it back to his estate. He later set it against the captive Optimus Prime. Kinabalu was a little larger than Prime, had no wings, and did not breathe fire. It attacked him with teeth and claws, but Prime threw it off a bridge.

Also, the fictional movie monster Hojoni bears a striking resemblance to the medieval dragon, though wingless.

The only known instance of a non-Terran dragon was in the dimension of Menonia, where a wizard called the Golden One could use magic to take on the form of a large, flying golden dragon.


The Mini-Con Nightscream takes on the form of a dragon.

Beast Wars

The auditions for Reign of Fire were going well.

When the Predacon Megatron took on the spark of his Decepticon namesake and was submersed in lava, his form mutated from a Tyrannosaurus rex to a large, red, fire-breathing dragon.

Beast Wars II

Puff the magic dragon, shot you in the face

Galvatron had the computer on Gaea (future Earth) download the most powerful creature from the planet's past, which resulted in the DNA of a dragon being downloaded into his system along with the planet's most powerful weapon, which turned out to be a drill tank for some odd reason.

The Wreckers

Cryotek attempted to remove Megatron's Transmetal II dragon mode and incorporate it into himself, but the process left Cyotek into stasis lock. Megatron's beast mode wasn't removed, but Cryotek was left with a similar body.

Robots in Disguise

Among the various forms used by the six-changer Predacon Leader Megatron, a two-headed dragon was one of his more well-known (and more creative) forms. Later, after his conversion into the more powerful "ten-changer" Galvatron, he gained a second (one-headed) dragon form. (This was originally a pteranodon in Car Robots, but was changed for the US release.)


The leader of Jungle Planet, Scourge, transformed into a mechanical dragon with the ability to deploy up to three heads. Though the Jungle Planet is populated entirely by Transformers who transform into mechanical beast modes seemingly modeled after Earth creatures, it is unknown if Scourge's alt-mode has any direct connection to mythological dragons of Earth, which he expressed confusion about.


  1. The Kinabalu dragon was not named, but details specific to its myth were alluded to

External links

  • Dragon on Wikipedia
  • Kinabalu - Island of Borneo Dragon Tale

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From Traveller Wiki - Science-Fiction Adventure in the Far future

Dragon magazine was born in 1976, as an outgrowth of the popularity of Dungeons and Dragons. Between 1976 and 2002 Dragon was published by TSR, and then by Wizards of the Coast.

Although Dragon Magazine was originally designed to support the roleplaying industry in general, it has always been primarily a house organ for TSR's (or more recently Wizards of the Coast's) role-playing games with a particular focus on D&D.

n 2002, Paizo Publishing acquired the rights to publish Dragon under license from Wizards of the Coast.

Traveller Articles

"Strategy of Survival, The" by Edward C. Cooper Issue 18 pg. 3
"Asimov Cluster, The" by William B. Fawcett Issue 20 pg. 20
"Traveller Navy Wants To Join You, The" by R.D. Stuart Issue 25 pg. 20
"Tesseracts: A Traveller Artifact" by Gary Jordan Issue 27 pg. 16
"Traveller: Star System Generation" by Gary Jordan Issue 27 pg. 18
"Traveller Politician, The" by Rick Stuart Issue 32 pg. 24
"IBIS: Profit and Peril" by Kenneth Burke Issue 35 pg. 7
"Useful Skills" by Alexander von Thorn Issue 35 pg. 8
"'Other' Options, The" by Ahner & Stuart Issue 35 pg. 9
"More Clout For Scouts" by Previte & Cavaliere Issue 35 pg. 10
"Black Holes!" by James Hopkins issue 35 pg. 11
"Canard" by Roberto Camino Issue 43 pg. 35
"Make Your Own Aliens" by Roger Moore Issue 51 pg. 7
"Plotting a Course for Choosy Players" by Jefferson P. Swycaffer Issue 51 pg. 9
"New Ideas For Old Ships" by Paul M. Crabaugh Issue 51 pg. 11
"In Defense of Computers" by Paul M. Crabaugh Issue 51 pg. 13
"Masers & Cameras" by Paul M. Crabaugh Issue 51 pg. 15
"Miller Milk Bottle, The" by Marc Miller Issue 51 pg. 16
"Merchants Deserve More, Too" by Dennis Matheson Issue 53 pg. 60
"Filling In Skills" by Jon Mattson Issue 55 pg. 52
"Anything But Human" by Jon Mattson Issue 58 pg. 65
"Translating Skitterbuggers Into Traveller" by Steve Winter Issue 59 pg. 32
"Exonidas Spaceport" by Jefferson P. Swycaffer Issue 59 pg. 34
"Robots: Mechanical Sidekicks For Traveller Players" by Jon Mattson Issue 64 pg. 46
"Dwarves In Space" by Roger Moore Issue 70 pg. 27
"Relief For Traveller Nobility" by Paul M. Crabaugh Issue 73 pg. 26
"Preventing Complacency In Traveller Gaming" by Roger Moore Issue 85 pg. 77
"Interstellar Athletes" by Michael Brown issue 86 pg. 80
"Luna: A Traveller's Guide" by Marc W. Miller Issue 87 pg. 75
"Does Anyone Here Speak Aslan?" by Joseph Benedetto, Jr. Issue 91 pg. 71
"Antimissiles and Roundshot" by Jefferson P. Swycaffer Issue 95 pg. 76
"Rogues of the Galaxy" by Igor Greenwald Issue 97 pg. 71
"Stellar Diocese, The" by Michael Brown Issue 101 pg. 83
"Active Duty" By Jefferson P. Swycaffer Issue 102 pg. 80
"Of Nobbles and Men" by Paul Vernon Issue 103 pg. 71
"Hexes and High Guard" by Jefferson P. Swycaffer Issue 104 pg. 74
"High Tech and Beyond" by James Collins Issue 108 pg. 78
"Double-Helix Connection, The" by Michael Brown Issue 109 pg. 82
"Star Cops!" by Terrance McInnes Issue 113 pg. 88
"Aim and Burn" by William A. Barton Issue 116 pg. 90
"Space-Age Espionage" by John Dunkelberg, Jr. Issue 120 pg. 64

External Links

DragonDex Complete Dragon Index

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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Dragon monsters are a powerful Type to contend with, often focusing on brute ATK strength and Fusion monsters, but most have special effects that add to their devastation.

As of now, the highest ATK monsters in the game, "Dragon Master Knight" and "Five-Headed Dragon" are Dragons. In addition, the most powerful Normal Monster is also a Dragon; "Blue-Eyes White Dragon". "Red-Eyes B. Dragon" and "Rainbow Dragon" are also noticeable. Plus two monsters of powerful LV series, Armed Dragon LV10 and Horus the Black Flame Dragon LV8 are also Dragon Types.

Dragons also have their own two Structure Decks, Structure Deck 1: Dragon's Roar and Structure Deck 13: Revival of the Great Dragon, whose TCG counterpart is Structure Deck: Rise of the Dragon Lords.

To date there are no Flip Effect Dragon-Type monsters.

Notable Dragon-Type Monsters
* Blizzard Dragon
Support Cards
* Lord of D.
* Dragon Manipulator
Facts about DragonRDF feed

This article uses material from the "Dragon" article on the YCM wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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