With the Dragon Moon on the wing, Survivors please be advised, a BABY DRAGON ALERT has been issued for the next 72 hours.
That’s right, I received the following terrifying proof in my inbox. Until I can track down the photographer to ascertain the validity of this, survivors are well advised to recall and practice their best baby dragon safety measures.
Sure they’re cute, but we all know how deadly they can be. Protect yourself and your family. Check back here for all the best tips and tools for the Dragon Moon.
BABY DRAGON SAFETY TIPS:
1. The most important thing to remember when dealing with a baby dragon on the Dragon Moon is above all, don’t try to bring it inside!
There are three very good reasons for this, the first and second being that lurking somewhere is a draconian mom and a draconian dad. But equally important is the third reason which you see in this photo – that smoke curling up from the baby dragon’s mouth. Where there is smoke there is fire! Don’t risk burning down your home. Baby dragons can’t control all of their fiery faculties yet, they don’t necessarily want to burn down your house but they will. Leave the baby dragon outside!
2. Don’t buy into the dangerous myth that you can tame or control a dragon! Never handle or try to catch a baby dragon with a pearl in your hand or a dragon net or any other dangerous technique. Even if it lands on your shoulder. Let me repeat, there are two very good reasons for this and they rhyme with the words BOMB and BAD.
I know what you’re thinking. But I’m a dragon kin or a dragon kind or a draconian friend or a dragon wolf or whatever and I’m not saying that’s not true. But if it is true, then the dragon will find and catch you later, likely when it is full grown. At which time you might not even recognize him or her as they are just as likely to be in human form as dragon form. Take it from me, dragons are nobody’s pet.
3. If you intend to follow a baby dragon back to its lair, you do so at your peril. Just because you encounter one in your neck of the woods, does not mean it’s your next door neighbour. Dragons, even baby dragons, have an incredible range. They can fly between continents with ease and survive in climates lesser beings can’t. If you encounter a baby dragon on the Dragon Moon chances are good he or she got disoriented taking the new wings for a test drive. You might think that following it home is an excellent way to discover a dragon cave full of treasure but it’s really a better way to end up lost in an unforgiving habitat like the bush country of Botswana or the Death Roads of Bolivia.
For more info the different kinds of baby dragons and how to know what kind you’re facing, please see updates by Zyboragon around here on the Draconians page….by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com