As the role-playing game's name hints, dragons abound in the many worlds of D&D, but of course they can't all be red, evil, and hungry for heroes. There are dozens of species with different abilities, agendas, and alignments a wandering adventurer may encounter; these just happen to be the weirdest.
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Who are the largest dragons in fantasy? Be warned, this chart contains dragon size-related spoilers for A Song of Ice and Fire.
The Guinness Record won by Rancho Obi-Wan is impressive, sure, but can Star Wars memorabilia breath fire? Unless they've got one of the fire-breathing spiders from Star Wars Galaxies, then no; Tradinno, this 30-foot tall German robot dragon, earns the Guinness World Record for Best Potential Harbinger of the Human…
The beat 'em up genre flourished in the nineties, with Capcom and Konami leading the way on the SNES and on the SEGA Genesis, as well as with a huge amount of great arcade games that never got a home console port.
Whether they're allies or foes, tiny or towering beasts, robotic, undead or living, the kings of reptiles will always represent brutal power in any game. When they make their appearance, you can be certain that devastation, destruction, and, well, probably the end of the game, will follow.
You go to PAX Prime, you want autographs from all the top developers attending. But then it occurs to you - autographs are a little bit rubbish. Why not, instead of just asking for signatures, get them to draw a dragon instead. Yes - this is true genius at work.
Goodness! These images have popped up online in China, with people speculating that this gentleman is slicing open a real dragon. He's not. Know how I know? There's no such thing as real dragons. I think.
I'm not going to spoil it, but ask yourself why I would be posting this video.
A handful of rugby players face off against mythical beasts in a spectacular video game projected 50 feet high on the side of Twickenham Rugby Stadium in London, England.
The New Yorker has published a long and amazingly in-depth article about the modern-day godfather of monsters, Guillermo del Toro. Here are the 10 coolest bits, including a look at the new Frankenstein, and what GDT's Smaug could have been!
Atlus' "ultimate love letter to retro gamers" 3D Dot Games Heroes features a main character so powerful that dragons consider him a boss fight. Funny, he just looks like a pile of blocks to me.
Dungeons and Dragons Online is going free-to-play in North America this summer, and Turbine has released the first screens of the new DDO Store, where they hope to make up those subscritption fees.