As I have previously mentioned Prince Luan was the product of a wealthy family that carelessly indulged his every whim and desire when he was a young boy. They produced a spoiled self-absorbed young man who had no patience and was quick to throw flaring temper tantrums. To safe guard the innocent that Luan might harm I introduce in this post the last type of characters in my story – the Warrior Dragons.
Luan’s behavior may be commonplace in what we call the civilized part of the world where parents in their misdirection look to wealth and power as the major goals in their life instead of incorporating love and discipline into their family structure. The people of the Princess’ the kingdom were completely surprised by Luan’s behavior, in fact they were stunned. Before he made his second visit the Emperor and the High Council turned to the Dragon Council for help since they expected another confrontation from Luan.
You may remember from earlier posts that the dragons of this land took care of the people giving them wise advise and counsel but since they were gentle peace-loving creatures they were no match for heavily armed soldiers. Fortunately the earliest dragon councils knew of the evil tendencies that humans can exhibit and provided for the possibility of cruelty by creating a group of dragons that could protect the weak.
These Warrior Dragons were trained in the martial arts and carried simple but deadly weapons. They didn’t belong to any of the regional dragon communities but traveled in groups of three throughout the different areas of this country much like rangers. At the sign of danger they positioned themselves in a triad attack formation ready to go into action. Then when they attacked they moved with such blinding speed and violence they created an assault that was so ferocious that no one ever survived.