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dragon's named after malistaire

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Survivor
Oct 18, 2008
48
Explorer
Nov 07, 2008
91
I don't really know the answer to that but I do know that Drake translates to Dragon in Roman or Greek.

Defender
Dec 23, 2008
152
Dragons have been around a lot longer than the Drake family. So technically, the Drakes are named after the Dragons. (Yes, "Drake" simply means "Dragon".)

Explorer
May 10, 2009
85
Oh! So it is Cyrus Dragon, Mailstaire Dragon, and Sylvia Dragon.

Survivor
May 17, 2009
16
Ansem789 wrote:
Oh! So it is Cyrus Dragon, Mailstaire Dragon, and Sylvia Dragon.


LOL

Survivor
Feb 21, 2009
1
TotalAwesomeness wrote:
Oh! So it is Cyrus Dragon, Mailstaire Dragon, and Sylvia Dragon.


happy :)

Champion
Jan 27, 2009
489
GreyG wrote:
I don't really know the answer to that but I do know that Drake translates to Dragon in Roman or Greek.


it is this way because dragonspyre is made after Rome or Greece for anyone who hasn't noticed the similarities in the names and buildings.