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Name: Brian
From: Louisiana
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Love your site. Thank you for your work. I feel a close kinship with these magnificent beast like I was reincarnated before my present human existence.
 
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Name: Will Oliver
From: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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Thank you for this collection of information. Great for us Shamans!
 
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Name: Tabitha
From: New York
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I have been stuck on a research project for my term paper. This website has helped me a great deal. Thank you so much for your dedication and all of these wonderful citations!
 
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Name: Deb
From: New York, USA
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I am looking for lore on dragons breathe. I cannot remember where I heard it, but remember a saying that went something like; There are many who believe that the breathe of a dragon can do two things it can enchant items forged from it's breathe for truth in battle and assured victory.It also mentioned something about a dragons purest tear can heal the body of the fallen. I was wondering if you could suggest any books that might lead me to finding information on this and also the ancient Dragon Alphabet. I would truly appreciate this. Your website is one of the best I have seen on Dragons.
 
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Name: Karai
From: Tokyo, Japan
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What do you mean by, 'The legs and talons are also out of proportion, but, if enlarged, can make a plausible serpent?' In your reasons why Chinese can/cannot be real, you say that, and I'm not sure what you mean.
 
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Name: Karai Takahashi
From: Tokyo, Japan
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Hi. I love dragons, and I have been doing a school project on them. Your website has been very helpful.
 
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Name: Sean Fitzpatrick
From: Arkansas
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I appreciate your work here...there are so many legends that one has to believe that dragons must have existed in the past.
 
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Name: Cathy Dragon
From: Canada
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Very thorough. Yes, that's really my surname. Doing some research, and all of this website was very interesting and informative.
 
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