It was in these days of the waning of the dragons a prophecy was made by a dying dragon chieftain that a human raised by dragon would lead them to a new home one in which they would live in harmony with the human and his descendants. It was foretold that this child would bear a birth mark upon his left chest, and this birthmark was to be a dragon with wings spread. To men such a symbol was an emblem of evil and fear and as such it was only used by barbarian hordes and vile men out for conquest…
As such when an infant boy was born in a remote mountain village on the winter solstice and discovered to have the birthmark, he was regarded possessed by demons and even his own mother wanted nothing to do with him. The village elders decided he must be taken into the mountains and left exposed to the beasts and this order was quickly carried out and the child was left far from the village on an outcrop known to a haunt of wolves as it was hoped they would quickly kill the child and that it would die quickly and not suffer.
A storm began to rage in the mountains flinging heavy snow down on the mountains and the winds screamed s if the old man of the north wind was angered. Through this inhospitable weather a she-dragon known as Starwing, A beautiful Silver dragon with emerald green eyes and crystal-like reflective scales on the center of her wings, this is wha...
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...ould do to stop them and nor could she stop them if they chose to give him into the care of another. Starwing knowing what could happen was still determined to take Drake to the elders as she was positive that he was the one and hoped that she would be allowed to raise him, and also she longed to see her mate Greywing, whom she had not seen since the last gathering when they begot Skyjewel and Greywing.
The days continued to grow warmer and the time for the gathering approached she packed up what she would need for Drake and had Skyjewel hold it as Greywind held Drake, then she took them in her claws and flew from the cave and headed north and deeper into the mountains hoping that when she returned she would still have all 3 of her children when she came back, even more she wished Greywing would come back with them as he said he would once they had hatchlings.
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