Marked an enemy, obliteration by Delmos is assured. Naught but rubble remains at the end of the archdragon's relentless assault. Nor are humans spared, no matter how tiny and insignificant. The face of the fool who draws his sword or releases his arrow is never forgotten. In fact, it is said that if one sees the great dragon soaring overhead, one would be wise to bow down to the ground and hide one's face from sight.
See Delmos, Sky Terror.
A dragon is a legendary creature, typically with serpentine or reptilian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures. A dragon is a mythological representation of a reptile. In antiquity, dragons were mostly envisaged as serpents, but since the Middle Ages, it has become common to depict them with legs, resembling a lizard or a snake with two pairs of lizard-type legs, and able to emit fire from their mouths. The European dragon has bat-like wings growing from its back. The English word "dragon" derives from Greek δράκων (drákōn) "dragon, serpent of huge size, water-snake".