Mystic Dragon Cult

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List Of The Deer And The Cauldron Characters - Wei Xiaobao and His Family - Wei Xiaobao's Seven Wives
... She decides to follow Wei after the Mystic Dragon Cult is destroyed in its internal conflict ... She is later captured by the Mystic Dragon Cult and is forced to lure Wei into traps ... She was captured by the Mystic Dragon Cult and forced to join the cult ...
Richard Dragon
... Richard Dragon is a fictional character created by Dennis O'Neil and Jim Berry in the novel Dragon's Fists (1974) under the pseudonym "Jim Dennis." O'Neil later adapted the character for ... Dragon is a thief who was trained in martial arts and decides to use his abilities for good ...
Dungeons & Dragons Campaign Settings - Council of Wyrms
... Council of Wyrms is a Dungeons and Dragons boxed set, published in 1994, that includes rules for playing dragon, half dragon, and dragon servant characters ... It includes three rule books one for the base rules, one for dragon family and clan histories, and one for adventure modules ... The dragons on the islands are described as having a loose democratic government with a caretaker ...
Dragon - Cartography
... the dragons are here", or "here be dragons", to denote dangerous or unexplored territories, in imitation of the infrequent medieval practice of putting sea serpents and other mythological creatures in the ... Another map that contains dragons is the one of Bishop Olaus Magnus's ... northern sea, as well as a winged, bipedal, predatory land animal resembling a dragon in northern Lapland ...
List Of The Deer And The Cauldron Characters - Mystic Dragon Cult
... The Mystic Dragon Cult (traditional Chinese 神龍教 simplified Chinese 神龙教 Mandarin Pinyin Shén Lóng Jiào Jyutping San4 Lung4 Gaau3) is a martial arts ... Hong Antong (Chinese 洪安通 Mandarin Pinyin Hóng Āntōng Jyutping Hung4 On1-tung1) is the cult's leader ... He is killed during the cult's internal conflict ...

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