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5 Dragons Caught On Tape & Spotted In Real Life!

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Dragons. They are large, mighty, and a common occurrence…in fantasy novels and RPGs. In ancient times, dragons were viewed as deities. They were considered the guardians of the Earth and of mankind. But somehow throughout the years, dragons evolved into two cultural subsets: either they are viewed as cute creatures that make great house pets, or they are seen as vicious, hobbit-killers. Regardless of how you view them, what if there was evidence that they existed? Today, we have five videos where dragons have been spotted in the wild. Let’s begin…

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I know its probably BS...

...does not stop me from wishing it was true. The little boy in me demands nothing less. MOTHERFUCKING PLEASE SHOW ME SOME REAL FUCKING DRAGONS.

4/19/2017 12:48:23 AM



The chromatic dragons are generally evil in D&D. Though with generalized rules they can be good aligned

4/19/2017 2:44:17 AM

Mister Spak

"Today, we have five videos where dragons have been spotted in the wild."

Where we see them eating the last 5 unicorns.



4/19/2017 4:53:11 AM

creativerealms

Cool I would love to see a dragon in real life. It was a living breathing dragon right? Not an animatronic for an amusement center?

4/19/2017 5:45:18 AM

Anon-e-moose

Today, we have five videos where dragons have been spotted in the wild. Let’s begin…




...with one showing that he is a fabulous fashionista unicorn to another. And Unicorns are mentioned in the Bible too, therefore they exist.

Oh, please prove to us that Draconequus exist as well: and one has the voice of John deLancie. After all, videos exist of the one called Discord, ergo they must exist in reality. [/Doug Piranha-levels of sarcasm]

It's said that Sci-Fi fans have a greater grasp on reality, and therefore sanity: so do Bronies & Pegasisters; we know that "MLP:FiM" isn't a documentary.

4/19/2017 6:03:59 AM

Philbert McAdamia

Why I saw one eating a hobbit just the other day. Surprised, because
this one usually eats leprechauns.

4/19/2017 6:19:06 AM

Doubting Thomas

Let me guess... just like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, the only evidence we have that they exist is some grainy, probably fake pictures and video.

4/19/2017 7:00:26 AM



@Doubting Thomas



No it would be more like special effects from movies

4/19/2017 7:05:17 AM

pip

Now I know how those little people on the island of Flores became extinct.

4/19/2017 7:14:19 AM



not gonna say it is true but I am tired of everyone on the internet seeming to go with the automatic assumption something like this is fake.

it doesn't have to breath fire, just be a species of flying reptile we haven't officially discovered yet.

4/19/2017 7:23:51 AM

Kanna

I watched this out of curiosity. First is a white sort of cave lizard in China. Second is a small mammal (immature, and possibly mangy) no matter how much they tried to cover its body and just show the mouth. Three and four are obvious fakes. The last is a bit of wind-shredded black plastic blowing around.

4/19/2017 7:26:19 AM

Lofgren

This video seems to have been produced in the spirit of fun, not fundie-ism. Most of the "sightings"are vague and anonymous, and three of them could easily have been produced by special effects. The second one is too grainy to say anything for certain. however the first is deeply intriguing and I'm off to do further research.

4/19/2017 7:27:52 AM

Lauge

Oh please....[sigh]

I've seen this already, and done waaaaaay better: "Dragon's World: A Fantasy Made Real"

From https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/dragons_world_a_fantasy_made_real/: "An alternate scientific history in which dragons were real and lived on this earth is imagined in this fantasy docudrama. Dr. Tanner (Paul Hilton) is a renegade scientist whose attempts to prove the existence of dragons -- which he believes lived on this planet at the same time as dinosaurs -- has cost him the respect of many in the archeological community. But a dig in Eastern Europe produced artifacts that suggests Tanner's theories may be valid after all." [DUN-DUN-DUUUUUHN]

Well worth 99 min. of your time, in my opinion (YMMW).

Regards & all,

Thomas L. Nielsen
International Dragon Watching Association
Luxembourg Chapter - "The Merry Flamethrowers"

PS: @ #2043974 creativerealms - "Cool I would love to see a dragon in real life." - Yeah. That's what "Charcoal Charlie" said as well.

4/19/2017 8:09:59 AM

Meeeh

And here is a picture I took of an Allosaurus:



Does that mean dinosaurs are alive and among us today?

4/19/2017 9:26:48 AM

Psalmanazaar

I don't think the dragons in the Earthsea trilogy fit either category. And the ones in Game for thrones are sort of scary, hobbit killing pets.

4/19/2017 9:28:27 AM

Pink Jackboots










4/19/2017 10:08:53 AM

Demon Duck of Doom

I want a dragon, dammit!

4/19/2017 10:25:34 AM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

5 is definitively an olm, a pigmentless, eyeless, neotenic cave salamander. Although they actually were thought to be baby dragons according to folklore.
It may be noted that the location given is the wonderfully specific "Asia", even though the olm only lives under Central Europe.

4 is a nightjar, a nocturnal bird that can open its mouth extremely wide (in this version, you can clearly see the bird wings and the plummage pattern).

The rest are pretty obvious fakes.

Their other videos are similar. They should rename themselves "Top 5 Worst".

4/19/2017 11:00:25 AM

Tetra

WHERE ARE MY DRAGONS?!?!

4/19/2017 6:11:10 PM



@Pink Jackboots



You show Tiamat but not Bahamut? That's so evil!

4/20/2017 6:19:18 AM

Bimaac

That's something I've noticed about all these purported videos of the "unexplained".

Even low-end smartphones have relatively good cameras in them yet every single image and video of monsters, UFOs, ghosts, etc, are invariably potato quality as the kids these days are saying.

4/21/2017 7:18:35 AM

Pink Jackboots

@#2044475

I also show Alexstrasza, but not the other Aspects, Ridley but not Kraid, and there are several other dragons I didn't post. Falcor, Haku, Flammie, Orochi, Apep, Nidhoggr, and the cast of Dragon Tales.

4/21/2017 9:44:16 AM

Canadiest

If you check the vid enjoy the comments, most are believers and find it convincing. Like Angels and Ghosts vids their not really anything but shit yet people SO WANT to believe. The few that look like dragons don't have enough wing span to flap so slowly some sorta video edit from movie stock.

But again, check the comments when you go into these mystical/miracle/supernatural collections, people are so invested into these fantasies, no wonder half assed shit like Ancient Aliens and reality shows have become popular. no wonder people voted in a known poser then supported the worst cabinet choices ever, they're fucking fucked in the head.

4/21/2017 1:43:34 PM

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