A Field Guide to Dragons of the Circumpolar Arctic (excerpts) (1811 words) by Sholio
Fandom: Original Work
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Additional Tags: Dragons, Documentation, Fake Science
Summary: As compiled from the research of Janet Fletcher, PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Alaska, later department head of the University of Alberta's Draconology Department, the first of its kind.</p>
Okay, so I will 'fess up that I had actually added some extra offers in the hopes of being matched to this person because they had a neat request about mermaids (similar to this one: scientific papers, field guides, etc), but then I did get matched to them and I found the dragons more appealing than the mermaids. I had a ridiculous amount of fun coming up with different kinds of dragons and some appropriately field-guide-sounding written copy about them.
I forget if I linked to it here yet, but in this exchange, I was gifted a choose your own adventure game for Stranger Things which was incredible fun; I'm impressed and delighted with the amount of work they clearly put into it!
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