Dragon Rider or Dragonrider may refer to:
- Dragon Rider (novel), a novel by Cornelia Funke
- Dragon Rider (Inheritance Cycle), a member of a group of fictional magician-warriors in Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Cycle
- Dragon Rider (anime), an anime series
- Dragonrider (comics), a villain from the Sub-Mariner comic series
- Dragonriders of Pern, a series of novels by Anne and Todd McCaffrey
- "Dragonrider", a segment of the novel Dragonflight
- The crew version of the Dragon Spacecraft
Other articles related to "dragon rider, dragon, dragon riders, dragons, riders, rider":
... Kialandí was a Dragon Rider, long dead by the start of Eragon ... Kialandí was a Dragon Rider who joined Galbatorix and became one of the Forsworn ... A dragon hatched for him when he was young, and he joined the Dragon Riders ...
... Dragon Rider (ドラゴンライダー?) is a two-episode hentai anime OVA series ... It starts the Dragon Rider-in-training, Rike, so he can become a hero to impress his father and princess fiancee ... His dragon turns out to be a very beautiful girl, Karisu, who can transform into a fierce dragon, or a pretty blonde girl ...
... This group was known as the Dragon Riders, for they rode dragons, at the birth of which a bond was formed in accordance with a pact made between elves and dragons millennia earlier ... One Dragon Rider named Galbatorix had his dragon slain by a group of Urgals which drove him mad ... Denied another Dragon by the Council of Elder Riders, Galbatorix blamed the Council for the death of his dragon and sought to destroy the order ...
... That, along with the fact that the last female dragon in Alagaësia had hatched for him and that his uncle was killed by the Ra'zac, makes his life more difficult ... He later finds out that Brom was a dragon rider, and even further down the road, his father ... the capital of the elves where he finds the only living dragon and Rider from the fall, Oromis and Glaedr ...
Famous quotes containing the words rider and/or dragon:
“Came to Ajanta cave, the painted space of the breast,
the real world where everything is complete,
there are no shadows, the forms of incompleteness,
The great cloak blows in the light, rider and horse arrive,
the shoulders turn and every gift is made.”
—Muriel Rukeyser (19131980)
“And then at last our bliss
Full and perfect is,
But now begins; for from this happy day
The old Dragon underground,
In straiter limits bound,
Not half so far casts his usurped sway,
And, wroth to see his kingdom fail,
Swinges the scaly horror of his folded tail.”
—John Milton (16081674)