Catching sight of a dragon invariably inspires one with the wonder of nature; it's fearsome yet majestic presence is truly awesome to behold. Smoke billowing out of the nose … terrifying wingspan … piercing shrieks of conquest and/or battlecry … what's not to love?

Granted, some particular dragons give the whole of 'em a bad name, specifically those that hoard treasure and descend upon our villages in hell-borne fury, scorching the land that we till and boiling alive the friends and family that we love. However, this would be like saying all dogs are evil because one bites you, or all humans are Hitler.

Just go by the code: you leave them alone, they'll leave you alone, and admire their beauteous horror from afar.

Review by Detective LaPointe