Sunday Post #339

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Happy Sunday everyone! I took a bit of a break last weekend and that means this weekend’s recap is for two weeks instead of one. In terms of Life Updates, I now have a new job. As you might previously know I started a job at a local library two months ago, and really enjoyed it. However, I got a call from the video game store I mentioned interviewing for last year and they offered me a job that had opened up. The pay is better, the hours are better, and it’s closer to home. Plus I’m friends with a lot of people working there already, and the transition was a smooth one. My last day at the library was on Thursday, and my first day at the store was on Friday. I’m liking it so far.

In terms of book updates, there are very few. I haven’t been reading because my mind has been incredibly occupied. I have however started drawing again and that has been a lot of fun. If you are interested in seeing my okay-ish art and my progress feel free to check out my instagram.

Books Read

  • The Witcher Vol. 3: Curse of Crows (Graphic Novel)

Posts from the Past Two Weeks

Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson (4 Star Review)

The Witcher Vol. 2: Fox Children (2 Star Graphic Novel Review)

Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds (4 Star Review)

Creature Feature: My Favorite Dragons

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Creature Feature – My Favorite Dragons


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Who doesn’t love dragons? I plan to do a whole set of posts centered around some of my favorite creatures out there, but I figured I would start with the hard hitters first. These are some of my favorites from both books and video games!


The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien


Isn’t he just the cutest?! I adore Tolkien’s first dragon to pieces. He is so angry and arrogant, and without a doubt incredibly deadly but there is just something so cute about it all. “My armor is like tenfold shields, my teeth are swords, my claws spears, the shock of my tail a thunderbolt, my wings a hurricane, and my breath death!”

Ancalagon the Black

The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien


I have no images for Ancalagon unfortunately as he is a creature that is found in one of the historical Middle Earth books, and all that is readily available is fan-art and I didn’t feel comfortable using it here without direct permission. However, I really recommend checking out Ruben de Vela’s piece, because it’ honestly captures the magnificence and sheer size of Ancalagon. Ancalagon is the largest and greatest of all of Tolkien’s dragons. When I say large I mean, he is so massive that he destroyed the peaks of mountains in his fall.


His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik


Cover Art by Todd Lockwood

If you are in the market for large cat-like dragons then this is the series for you. All of the dragons are absolutely precious and though they are deadly in war, they are honestly pure joy. Temeraire is the best of them all. He’s super affectionate and curious, and even a little self-conscious in his nature as he has whiskers and head frills. I would absolutely love to have a dragon if it was as adorable, kind, and enthusiastic as Temeraire.

Viserion, Drogon, and Rhaegal 

The Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin


The trio of dragons from Game of Thrones stole my heart in a slightly different way. It’s not that they aren’t cute, all dragons are cute, but I love them because they are basically Dany’s children. I love the bond they have with her while maintaining that wildness that makes them so deadly. In truth, I actually hate Drogon. He is the most aggressive and protective, and of the three he is the one that is Most Likely To Screw Something Up. However, it’d just be weird not to have the three together here and only mention his “brothers” Viserion and Rhaegal (my personal fav).

Alduin & Paarthanax



These are the two named dragons of Skyrim, and they are both pretty cool in their own right. Alduin is the first dragon you see in the game, he sweeps in and utterly wrecks a town and you spend the entire game prepping for your showdown with him Paarthanax provides some insight and help along the way. These two are shown to have an interesting dynamic when you speak with Paarthanax, and we see that he cares for the dragon that he considers a brother but understands that for the races of Skyrim to survive Alduin much die.

All the Dragons!

Dragon Age


I can’t have a dragon list without the game with Dragon in the name! Unlike Skyrim when you face a dragon in Dragon Age, you spend more time panicking than being a badass. They are tough enemies with a wide range of tricks and visual styles. They look incredibly cool and are some of my favorite things to fight (also some of my most hated).


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