April 4, 2019

#AtoZchallenge— D is for —Dracarys!


From the Shadow Lands of Asshai to the Shores of Dragonstone comes the 10th anniversary of the AtoZ challenge...

Daenerys Targaryen has a lot of titles. Khaleesi, Mother of Dragons, heir to the Iron Throne, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Protector of the Seven Kingdoms, etc.. Drogon is one of her dragons born in the Dothraki sea. Its egg was black as the midnight sea, alive with scarlet ripples and swirls. He is named for her dead husband, Drogo.

Drogon is believed to be the reincarnation of Balerion the Black Dread, but Daenerys decides to give him a new name for his new life. Drogo is the largest and most aggressive of Daenerys's three dragons and she has problems reining him in.

Dracarys literally means Dragonfire in High Valyrian. It's the word Dany uses to signal to her dragon, Drogon, that she wants him to go all "evil-fire-destruction up on this bish."


Can you guess who the letter is?

"Where Are My Dragons?" 



5 comments :

  1. Jackie,

    When I think of dragons, I think of the 60s classic 'Puff the Magic Dragon' by Peter, Paul, & Mary. Boy, am I telling my age! Do you remember the song?

    Come join me for today's Little Mermaid cartoon character, Dudley art sketch contribution!

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  2. Yes! Not only do I remember the song but my name is in it. Little Jackie Paper, loved that rascal puff...

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  3. I think I must be the only person in the UK not to have watched or read GoT
    Debbie

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  4. D is for Khaleesi! Mmmmmm no, Daenerys ;))

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  5. Jackie,

    I don't remember the lyrics to 'Puff the Magic Dragon' except for the chorus. Now, I've gotta go check them out. :)

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