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that looks nothing like it
Gia most likely just used the name.
It's just the monster of big business... T_T
Mearex said:
that looks nothing like it
It doesn't have to, it's a metaphor. Like the missile the dragon brings a fiery death from the skies.
SciFi said:
It doesn't have to, it's a metaphor. Like the missile the dragon brings a fiery death from the skies.
I don't agree. A dragon is that of wisdom and Intelligence. A dragon is not a animal. Who ever made this has no idea of what a dragon is. =/
GreenHorn said:
I don't agree. A dragon is that of wisdom and Intelligence. A dragon is not a animal. Who ever made this has no idea of what a dragon is. =/
Depends who is telling the story.
While often they are possessed of great wisdom you do find those that are not. eg. Stargate SG1 1010/1011
SciFi said:
Depends who is telling the story.
While often they are possessed of great wisdom you do find those that are not. eg. Stargate SG1 1010/1011
Not true. Depends on the original CULTURE the individual is exposed to.

In chinese culture, dragon is good or neutral symbolizing many attributes from longevity to wisdom contrasted to the phoenix. In western culture, dragon is more primitive, animal and portrayed more as a flying lizard with fiery breath and adamant scales. Recent novels (dragon rider, eragon, ....) show otherwise, but then again, those are just novels.

The artist probably just took the name.
That is still who. And I am well aware of the chinese dragon, I am a dragon.
SciFi said:
That is still who. And I am well aware of the chinese dragon, I am a dragon.
You're a dragon? Well if you're a dragon then I'm a turtle, or maybe a tortoise. Gotta love the protective shell and I can carry the world on my back! (Sorry, different myth...)
You forgot the elephants inbetween! ^_^
The Trident logos on the mecha dragon is probably just product branding by the fictional Trident Weapon Companies, which was also featured more clearly in another one of Gia's pictures:

post #60455

It's likely he just made it up, and I doubt it has any link to the real life ballistic missiles.

Also, SciFi probably meant he was born in the year of the dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac. As "I am born in the year of the dragon." and "I am a dragon." can be used interchangeably in casual conversation to state this fact, with the latter having the advantage of being much quicker to say or type.
looks like Machinedramon!
but this thing looks more destructive! (*_*) "Lol"
Can we just say it is a angry robot That looks similar to a dragon.
@Atys WoT

And...hm...if sci is a dragon...does that mean he was born in 1988? I don't see sci as someone that is midaged, born in 1976, and obviously he wasn't born in 2000...
forgerofsouls said:
@Atys WoT
You just win the dragon nobel price. I completly agree with you Not also forget

Dragons is simply one of the awesome creatures out there.
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