“When humans forget to be afraid, when they put aside their petty jealousies and hatred of each other, and recognize what they ought to be outraged about-”
“Then, and only then will they be something for dragons to fear.”
Artist’s Note: I toyed with making the quote less dragon-centric, but decided that the dragon probably wouldn’t be concerned with what other creatures might be afraid of. That, and I wasn’t sure if I liked the possibility of “draconic wisdom” being co-opted for other vague socio-political reasons (as if that would really happen, because my readership is so hyoooge…).
And once again, the blacktooth wyrm gets chased.