It's been weeks since Sable got separated from her family and ended up in a wintery wasteland. With the help of Neve she now knows where to find her food, (she has to dive into the icy waters to hunt for fish)! She now knows how to keep a fire and keep herself warm as well. In other words she now knows how to survive the wintery cold, all thanks to Neve. She looks off into the horizon with Neve by here side, as the sun sets and feels that something's missing. Sable feels incomplete, she misses her family and the warmth of the volcanic landscape she is used to. "Neve I appreciate all you've done for me, but I need...
Sable has managed to keep herself warm in the harsh winter environment, now how does she feed herself? For without feeding herself, she won't be able to keep the fire within burning strong. On this wintery landscape there are no land animals she can see. She doesn't know what to do. In a moment of hunger she roars in hopes that maybe that are other dragons near by. Maybe a Dragon will hear her? Maybe she can get help?
There was once a beautiful strong Dragon named Sable, she a bold, feisty Dragon. One day she was flying with her family and being her bold herself, decided to take a different turn. Before she knew it, she was lost and couldn't find her family. She kept flying trying to reconnect with them and ended up far away from home, this place looked nothing like volcanic landscape she was used to. She was in a cold, freezing wintery landscape.
So today I am sharing with you my favorite Asian Dragon story, the legend of Pai Lung. It all starts with a stormy night when a beggar was caught in a storm. He stopped at a house and begged for shelter. A young girl answers the door and lets him in, her parents agree to let him stay the night so he won't be caught in the storm. The next morning he was gone before the even woke up. Unfortunately, the parents soon discover their daughter to be pregnant.
Welcome back to the 3rd and final day of the "Dragon where you are from? 🐲 series! Today we will be learning about the Dragons from Africa and Oceania. We're gonna dive into the Dragons of Egypt, Sumerian, and Babylonian myths. Last but not least, we'll be learning about the Dragons from "down under", Australian Dragons! So sit back and enjoy as we go through the last Dragons and myths in this series! First, we'll start with the African Dragons.