Syx and the other Dragons could now be seen in the sky above the Humans and CC. The sun backlit them into awesome looking sillouettes.
They were now gliding down in a slow spiral around the beached ship below. "They are a wonderful sight to behold!" Tilla exclaimed. "I never before
have seen such a magnificant scene!"
Gliding down near the trio, the Dragons began landing, one by one. Syx of course was excited to see newcomers to Accasia and landed in a somersault
and flopping roll of legs and wings. It was one of His more softer crash landings!
"My but You are amazing creatures!" Tilla said with amazement.
"Creatures?! I will have You know that We are not creatures, by Our standards, but part of this Magical Realm as protectors, and compatriots!!" The
largest Green Dragon said triumphantly!
He was very large indeed standing twice as tall as Syx, who was not small in any sense. Syx stood at Twelve feet, at the shoulders. SO the Green was a
very big Dragon!!
"Where are You from Sir, if I may ask?" Syx asked.
"Why We are from Saturn. A ringed planet in a solar system, most likely, very far from here!" Drom said proudly.
"Saturn?" Syx asked wonderngly. "That is a planet in My solar system as well! I am from planet Earth!" He finished.
"Earth?" Tilla asked.
""Yes Earth. The third planet from the sun." Syx replied.
"The third planet from Our Sun is not called earth anymore, and there is no life there. It is a desolate world of sand and stone... It used to be
called Earth I remember, but is now called The Dead World" Drom related.
"Oh My. That does not sound good. Not good at all!" CC added to the conversation...
"What year do You think it is here sir?" Syx pondered.
"Why the year is 2097." Drom said calmly, but wondered why He was asked that in the first place.
(to be continued...)
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