Dragon mythology exists in many different cultures. Some believe dragons to bring good luck, while others tell of ferocious, insatiable creatures. Either way, it'd probably be best to stay on dragons' good side -- and that starts with clearing up any misconceptions you might have about them. So how well do you know your dragon lore?
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A dragon is part of which royal coat of arms?
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Where is one of the world's most famous dragon sculptures located?
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What Mandarin word is part of the name for the Chinese dinosaur Dilong paradoxus?
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True or False: There's a dragon in Poland that breathes fire when cued via text request.
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Who is Dragon*Con a convention for (mainly)?
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Who were the first people to record a sighting of Scotland's Loch Ness monster?
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What does a cryptozoologist do?
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What are European dragons known for eating?
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Which influential psychiatrist used dragons to help form his theory?
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Which animated movie featured a small, friendly dragon with a good sense of humor?
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Which dragon is part of an urban legend regarding marijuana use?
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Which fashion designer is known for incorporating dragon designs into clothing?
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Which dragon, originally thought to be a male, turned out to be female?
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Which game involving role-playing and winged, fire-breathing beasts is the oldest?
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Where's the best place to spot a modern dragon?
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Who was the Jabberwock, a famous literary figment, created by?
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What was the name of the dragon that liked to hoard gold in "The Hobbit"?
Question 18 of 20
Which dragon became an Internet sensation?
Question 19 of 20
Does the Bible mention a dragon?
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