Last year, we asked our smart and wily dragon experts (AKA our staff) an extremely important question: how would you survive a dragon attack? But we decided this isn’t entirely fair to our poor dragon friends, so we took a different angle this year and asked our conquering heroes: how would you survive an ADVENTURER attack? The results: CHAOTIC. The advice: ON POINT. The presentation: FIRE (literally…things got a little toasty over here). Check out ‘How to Survive an Adventurer Attack 101’ here!
What better way to get into a dragon-like mood than with an EPIC PLAYLIST?!?!? We’ve compiled some of our absolute favorite dragon-inspired tunes and artists so you can vibe with the chaotic energy. We recommend you put this baby on shuffle for maximum impact. Got any suggestions? Let us know in the comments and we might add it to the mix!
We are THRILLED to have The Ruin of Kings author Jenn Lyons joins us for Dragon Week 2020! Check out Jenn as she rounds up the best Dragons in human skin—do you agree with her choices? Let us know in the comments!
During last year’s inaugural Dragon Week, we sparked a grand debate by dying on the hill that Godzilla is a Dragon. We’ll be staying on that hill, but we asked some of our authors—IS Godzilla a Dragon? And what traits really make a Dragon a Dragon? Check out their answers here!
Kevin J. Anderson, author of Spine of the Dragon and upcoming Vengewar, joins us for Dragon Week 2020 after his CONTROVERSIAL inclusion of Godzilla in his round-up of ‘Top Five Deadliest Dragons.’ This year, he’s back to make even more waves by defining what makes a dragon a DRAGON. Check out his explanation below!
HAPPY THURSDAY, EVERYONE!!! Our week of everything dragon is almost at an end, but we’ve still got some spicy treats for you…including instructions on how to make some for your reptilian friends by Brian Naslund, author of Blood of an Exile and Sorcery of a Queen. Check out his dragon-friendly(?) dishes below!
Welcome to Dragon Week 2020, a celebration of all things Dragon! There are soooooo many epic dragons in literature, from Smaug of The Hobbit to Toothless of How to Train Your Dragon, but can you REALLY ever have enough?! We think not, so we compiled a list of our dragon-y books that came out in 2020, so you…