Dragons are beings who can appear human or anything they wish to be. The dragon Ferrovax appeared in Grave Peril, and the slain dragon Siriothrax was discussed in Proven Guilty. Except for their immense power, very little is known about them.
Description[edit | edit source]
In the series[edit | edit source]
Grave Peril[edit | edit source]
Proven Guilty[edit | edit source]
In Proven Guilty, after Molly Carpenter was abducted by a Fetch, sitting in the upper pews of the balcony at Saint Mary of the Angels, Charity Carpenter told Harry Dresden the story of how Michael rescued her from Siriothrax. She had been traded to Siriothrax by Gregor in exchange for power.
Peace Talks[edit | edit source]
In Peace Talks, Ferrovax attends the Accorded peace summit, committing himself to the defense of Chicago in the face of Ethniu's threat. Harry Dresden notes that the last time a dragon had been killed in the mortal world, it caused the Tunguska explosion.[Footnote 1]
Word of Jim[edit | edit source]
Dragons (with an uppercase D) are elemental forces of the cosmos in the more Asian sense of the concept, semi-divine beings who were once given authority over various portions of the mortal universe, and who were responsible for their orderly procession.
The dragons (with a regular lowercase d) are like the general concept of dragons, but they are essentially nothing but emissaries and servitors created in the image of the real thing. There are not nearly as many as there were in the past.
Both kinds of dragons almost universally resent humanity for usurping the balance of power in the world.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Bianca St. Claire's ball
- Charity Carpenter
- Michael Carpenter
- Saint Mary of the Angels
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References[edit | edit source]
External references[edit | edit source]
- Dragon - Wikipedia
- Dragon Mythology|The Circle of the Dragon
- Dragon Mythology
- The History of Dragons - Draconika
- Western Dragon Mythology
- Dragons: Were Dragons Real? : Video : Animal Planet
- Dragon - Mythology Wiki
- Dragons of Ancient Greek Mythology THEOI.COM
- List of dragons in mythology and folklore - Wikipedia
- Dragon Mythology
- European dragon