When forced by your parents to clean out your great-grandmother's attic, you come across a two-foot-tall silver dragon statue with a bronze base and an inscription that reads, "Pat my stomach, rub my head, feed me." Curious, you pat his head, rub his stomach, reread the inscription, switch actions, and then puzzle over what to feed a statue. After impatiently stuffing the statue's mouth with antiques and historic papers, you get an idea and stretch your hand to place a finger between the statue's teeth. And then it's not a statue anymore. It morphs into a real dragon, with colors other than silver. You start to feel dizzy, and the world around you bends, shifts, and twirls. You blink several times. After the fifth blink, you realize the world has changed. In the distance is a large castle surrounded by a moat. Under the pink, cloudless sky is you, surrounded by other baffled kids with dragons next to them. You look down and see your own dragon, nudging your leg. Where are you? Alrighty, here are the Character Sheets. (For Kid)Name:Age:Gender:Appearance:Personality: (optional)Dragon's Appearance:Dragon Type: (Choose from:Classic Firebreather; Acid-spitter; Flathead-ram things; Camo-dragon-blends in with surroundings; Custom- choose one major power and two minor powers.) (For teacher/servant/maid/king/queen at castle)Name:Age:Gender:Rank:Appearance:Personality: (still optional)Dragon's Appearance:Dragon Type: RULES:1. No godmodding. I hate that, even though I do it sometimesmyself. Please remind me if I start taking control.2. No Mary Sue/Gary Stews, just come up with a unique character.3. No foul language. Got it?4. No excessive romance. I understand if your character thinks someoneelse's is a little cute, or you go out on a date; that's fine. Just don'tgo to far.5. Only 2 characters per person, please.6. I can add rules at any time. I have a horrifical memory, so I'mprobably gonna forget to put something on the rules list.7. HAVE FUN!!!