(The) Dragon's Prison.

By Pendraconginae, in 'English to Latin Translation', Sep 8, 2017.

  1. It is the name of a curse inflicted upon a King; although it could be considered a /blessing./ It is the soul of a Dragon that has had light forced upon it. The dragon’s prison was the result of a failure, because you cannot enforce enlightenment, and enlightenment is the key to merlinian magics. A literal prison for a soul, that has been entwined with that of a mortal being. It's for a book, I am currently writing. I appreciate everything you've all helped me woth!
  2. Pacifica grammaticissima

    • Civis Illustris
    Carcer draconis.
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