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The Silver Phantom

A myth submitted to the site by Toothless

St Ives Cambridgeshire , England UK

The dragon is a thing that MOST people don't believe in. But I just know dragons are real.
This is where the myth begins...

Once there were dragons...from common-or-gardens and basic browns to the silver phantoms and monstrous night mares. Very few humans lived when dragons were around. There was a particular dragon,The silver phantom was swooping over a tree and someone bound it tightly in ropes! It freed itself and plunged into the ocean. The other dragons did the same.They are all in a sleep coma under sea. That's why we don't SEE dragons.

By Toothless
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Latest comments:
Name: Bunny’s 26th January 2018
Thanks for explaining why we can’t see dragons🐉 .But when were dragons 🐉 around 🤔 now that is interesting 🧐
Name: Sophia 26th February 2016
I liked how u told us how we can\\\\\\\'t see dragons.
Name: Amanda Wang 13th September 2015
Quite short but good I like how you explained why we cant see dragons but next time add more
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