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Dragon Maladies (Part 5 of 5)

Dragons are huge, powerful creatures feared by one and all, but just as the mightiest human warrior can be laid low by the flu, so too can dragons contract, be weakened by, and even die from various diseases. What follows is a description of some, but by no means all, of the maladies and draco-disorders afflicting the great reptilian race… [previously] __ Wing Rot: In a case of wing rot, a dragon’s wings become infected with flesh-eating...

Dragon Maladies (Part 4 of 5)

Dragons are huge, powerful creatures feared by one and all, but just as the mightiest human warrior can be laid low by the flu, so too can dragons contract, be weakened by, and even die from various diseases. What follows is a description of some, but by no means all, of the maladies and draco-disorders afflicting the great reptilian race… [previously] __ Scale Lice: Scale lice feed under the scales of any scaled creature, such as dragons,...

Dragon Maladies (Part 3 of 5)

Dragons are huge, powerful creatures feared by one and all, but just as the mightiest human warrior can be laid low by the flu, so too can dragons contract, be weakened by, and even die from various diseases. What follows is a description of some—but by no means all—of the maladies and draco-disorders afflicting the great reptilian race… [previously] __ Hatchling Fever: While rare among dragons dwelling in either cold climates or dry, desert...

Dragon Maladies (Part 2 of 5)

Dragons are huge, powerful creatures feared by one and all, but just as the mightiest human warrior can be laid low by the flu, so too can dragons contract, be weakened by, and even die from various diseases. What follows is a description of some—but by no means all—of the maladies and draco-disorders afflicting the great reptilian race… [previously] __ Halitosis: In humans, halitosis is simply bad breath, but among dragons, it...

Dragon Maladies (Part 1 of 5)

The following is a translation from the chapter “Maladies and those Diseases Besetting and Afflicting the Greater and Lesser Wyrms” from Vol. III of the eight-volume set Wyrms of the Modern and Ancient Wyrld by Lohik Aarme the Elder with contributions and annotations by Lohik Aarme the Younger as found in the Great Library of the Five Fiefdoms of South Norry… OK! Fine! Enough! Why are the ancient sages always so longwinded? On with it… __...

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