By Levi Faollan

Greek and Roman dragons are much different from european dragons. They did not breathe fire and some were said to be oracles. Mostly the dragons of the ancient greek and roman times could have poision breath, poision blood, and their teeth could sprout an army of monsters. Few dragons could stun people with a single look and on the rare occasion kill. Some even had multiple heads like the hydra.

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