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Appearance is Deceiving

Sorry! Had to work late and I need to go in early. :(

Yes. I know about the typos. I’ll fix them later when I actually finish the strip. :*(

*zzzzzzzzzzzz*

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Ha ha, full size. XD He’s a tiny little thing for a dragon, though breath that can cut through steal is a plus.

Sorry you had to work late, hope you get lot’s of sleep!

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OMG! KAWAII!!!!11!!1!

I totally wants one. Oh, and his bludgeoning tail-thingy? Awesomeness X Infinity. Coriolanus is the cutest little pyro ever! I totally understand why Arthur got him.

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OHMYGAWDIWANTONE!!!!

*begins snuggling the dragon with disasterous results*

OWOWOWOWOWOWOWOW DANGIT! I KNEW IT WAS COMING AND IT STILL BURNS! :love: :P

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Totally irrelevant, but…are you Japanese?

Oh, I sense great happenings in the makings of this arc! XD Of course, my definition of “Great” is far different in comparison to the rest of the masses – Great = Gory, Hilarity = Humiliation, Magical = Misguided, Supreme = Sardonic, Sentimental = Sarcastic, etc. etc…

I. Want. That. Dragon. PLEeeeASE? *puppy eyes* It’s for….Great and Magical things to come …really…. :sly:

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Watch yourself, Arthur. Imma steal both your dragon AND your Sedrick, I am.

(Ah, European lineage? You too? I think I have British and Irish roots….which means my dad’s side of the family-where the British part comes from- is the only side that has an actual family crest. Or so I hear. I’ve never actually seen it, but I’ve heard it described. What would you suppose the Garrott family crest looks like, then? )

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Ha ha. The Garrott family crest probably has a horse on it. We’ll just have to wait and see. :P

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Ooh, sounds cool. I think my family crest was described as a dove on a castle wall with an olive branch in its beak or something…
(Which sounds pretty cool to me.) But I’m sure the Garrott family crest looks pretty damn cool.

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i know its an old post but have recently seen it as i was checking my family history & although it does’nt have a horse on it, it does have a lion & comes from when we arrived in England with william the conqueror, the original pronounciation is Gehr’ard which means spear brave, which i think is pretty cool :)

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