An Unusual Dragon

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Looks like a cross between a Chimera and a Raven…


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    nyoki
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    Thanx for my new wallpaper.

    Shadow
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    yup same as nyokki….
    pretty badass XD

    Puulaahi
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    It’s Smaug from The Hobbit!

    elzarcothepale
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    @Puulaahi:
    you goddamn liar- Smaug was Purple! Not to mention he was in the Two Towerb, before the movie hacked the story to shit.

    Svartmetall
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    Yeah, and I can’t believe they cut the lightsabre fight from Return Of The King, either…

    Luke Magnifico
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    They cut the Mouth of Sauron, dude.

    The Mouth of Sauron.

    Like, what the hell.

    Puulaahi
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    @elzarcothepale: Smaug wasn’t in Two Towers.You are thinking of the fell beasts.

    Smaug wasn’t purple but his belly was covered in gold and gems.

    elzarcothepale
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    @Puulaahi: No, he totally was, but they cut the scene were Metroid kills him

    nyoki
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    I thought it was a Cylon that killed him.

    elzarcothepale
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    @nyokki:
    Dammit, Nyokki- the Cylons are the giant Anti-Mutant Robocops. You play too much World of Warhammer and don’t pay enough attention to REAL sci-fi.

    elzarcothepale
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    @Phyreblade:
    sigh.
    really? you’ve never kept an Obvious Troll thread alive? your cue was to take the video game thing and correct me with more false information and then assert a false claim about “real sci-fi” like saying that the best sci-fi was Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas.
    I mean- what the hell, you correct the color of the dragon, but you let the Metroid thing go? Consistency sir. Consistency, even in failure.