As this site is more or less about dragons and draconians, we are to show some samples of human fiction.

Draco from Dragonheart

Other than being a kind-heartened and loving dragon, Draco from Dragonheart (1996) is the last of his kind. However, the best part is that he sounds just like Sir Sean Connery. What more could you ask

Leviathan the Dragon

Despite meeting Leviathan as a sea monster for the first time in the Old Testament, its name has recently become synonymous with dragon culture and folklore, thanks to one of Facebook’s

Smaug the Dragon

In the amazing world of Tolkien, Smaug is a “great” fire drake of the Third Age, considered to be the last “great” dragon to exist in Middle Earth. Drawn to the enormous wealth amassed by the Dwarves

Apep (Apophis) the Dragon

Apep was the ancient Egyptian deity who embodied chaos and thus was the opponent of light and order. He appears in art as a giant dragon and was first mentioned in the Eighth Dynasty. Apep was an

Kur the Dragon

Kur was an underworld dragon and deity in the mythology of Sumer and lived in the empty space between the primal sea and the earth’s crust. According to Sumerian myths, Kur is often seen as an evil