"When warriors are killed."
"When the Guardians are trapped."
"When all seems lost."
"The Great Dragon will roar in triumph, but not for long."
"Five great warriors will rise."
"With powers of Fire, Light, Water, Plant and Night"
"They will save mankind, they will save the earth, and they will save the dragons."
"The Dragon Knights will come....... They will come."
There is a far away place, one that is hidden to mankind, by some kind of mysterious magic. A place that is hidden by some powerful force. There, trapped for hundreds of years lies a dragon, one that was once called: The Great Dragon.
This dragon could easily destroy a skyscraper. He stood over fifty stories tall, his scales a dark red like blood in color, with tan underbelly scales. He had various battle scars covering his entire body, the most prominent being the one that covered his right eye. The eye itself, was a milky white, contrasting with the one on the left, which was a bright yellow in color.
The dragon stood in the mouth of an abnormally large cave inside a mountain. He cracked a toothy grin, chuckling to himself deep inside his throat, and let a few stray flames lick at the sides of his mouth. He appeared to be staring at the hundreds of egg shaped rocks that were scattered on the ground. These rocks were smooth, without any blemishes. All of them had intricate designs, and it was almost as though one could see a story written in these patterns. For now, what these rocks were is a mystery to mankind.
The dragon laughed, lowering his large head to address these strange rocks. “I knew that your magic would run out eventually.” The dragon lifted his head, and stepped over the strange rocks. He made his way outside of the cave, and then addressed the sky. He appeared to be insane. “You thought that you were better than me, that you were stronger than me, but unfortunately for you, your magic’s drained. It’s been so long, that I have probably faded into legends. Those pesky humans won’t even see what’s coming.”
The dragon scraped his claws along the rocky terrain. “Evil, vile humans,” he muttered. “They never change their ways. They have poisoned the sea, and the land, yet for some reason you allow them to remain, although they have killed almost all of our kind.” He grinned even wider. “But now, they will have no way to stop me, because they don’t even know how. Their weapons are useless, and those ‘so-called’ heros you plan to choose? They can’t stop me either.”
They dragon unfolded his gigantic wings. “Just face it, you’ve already lost.” With a few flaps of his wings, the dragon took off into the air.
The Great Dragon has escaped.