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Old Jul 31 2018, 07:53 PM   #1
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What would have happened if Jaxom had been a regular candidate and not a LH?

What would be a “Wherry Necked” Dragon? I get the impression some dragons are better proportioned than others from that line.
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I always took the expression to mean that the dragon's neck was rather scrawny and ill proportioned.
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