And the castle gets some extra roasting on the way out.
one more page of flashback left!
By the way, if you haven't seen the new Dreamworks "How to Train your Dragon" movie, DO! It was fun, clever, and unbearably adorable.
re NaginiFay: perhaps not so much sad as tired. He just went through some massive emotional venting, and now the fate of George's soul is out of his hands.
re tricorn5: Joan might be a wee bit dubious about the whole dead women and children thing
Resounded: thanks ^_^
dragonmaiden50: oh I know, and poor Theodore has been stuffed in the closet all this time.
re Onasaki: :D
re Andera: thanks ^_^
re Satsujinisa: I did want his end to be a little pitiful.
re Cup0fDOOM: that's what Drake's trying to do. Because Bahamut is so influenced by belief, shaking George's certainty that he had done the right thing was the bast way of trying to keep him from a happy afterlife.
re StellaFrost: yup ^_^
re Azhtann: indeed, with the anger gone now he's got to deal with with the loss of his family.
re Barnes 4321: Drake was referring to George's powers as a median, which allows him to influence the ways that story patterns in Bahamut influence reality. This allowed him to apply the knight vs. dragon model to his attack on the dragons, but this was a huge outpouring of power so it would be hard for him to tweak reality much now.
re Skittsue: yup, after a tumble down the stairs its pretty hard to make a heroic last stand.
re devorador: glad you enjoyed it ^_^
re Bearagirl119: thanks ^_^
re Satu-aka: indeed it did, one rampage of revenge down and all of Drake's squishy insides are were they belong.
The sad fact that all his family and friends are dead. Not the fact that he got revenge. Because, hey, all for him on that point.
And did it in a smart way too.
He needs a hug. No wait, he got one of those...
Uh... he needs some dragon lovens.
I saw "How to Tame Your Dragon". I think everyone should go see it. I'm sad that Brittany is dead, but it was always weird to see my own name pop up, I'd go "Whu? No I didn't..." Then remember that it was not me.
Where do Drakey's clothes go when he transforms? are they magical clothes? what happens if he is wearing different clothes when he transforms? Why don't werewolves have magical clothes too? they are always nakey after the change back to humans...-ramble ramble-
I have come to realize that George is kind of like a Hitler for dragons. He killed the dragons for being dragons nothing else. Even though they have really done nothing to humans maybe they have harassed a human or two but from what I've read nothing major. And George has the balls to say your race shouldn't live just because you're different from us. Maybe in his after life his room will be filled head to toe wall to wall with dragon paraphernalia.
well, i would not go so far as to compare george to hitler, the relation doesnt seem right.
Dont forget that in the eyes of mankind, dragons are ferocius, violent and bloddthirsty beasts who hunt them and feed on them. For example the fiance of Drakes brother, Birkita (page245 ff), she tells about the day when she and her drake attacked a human merchant ship just for fun (and a small chest of gems). how would you feel if a pair of monstrous looking dragons would swoop down and sink your ship along with you and your entire crew? well, i would not call it simple harassing, right?
no wonder humans felt kind of suppressed and threatened. in this situation, it was easy for a man like george to stir up the human resistance.
but of course, you cannot deny that humans are selfrightous, greedy and whatsonot, but still, i believe their angst played a role. (maybe i interpret too much in this kind of stuff, but please, don't compare him to hitler. it's too far-fetched.)
PS: i'm not a native speaker, so please ignore those little misshaps of mine^^