Wizard Onysius

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Wizard Onysius- Water color  Image Size 6.50 &" w x 9.5" h
Wizard Onysius- Water color Image Size 6.50 &” w x 9.5″ h

The good and kindly wizard who is known by the name Onysius, is friend to all creatures far and wide. In fact some creatures, the pocket dragons, decided that he belonged to them. They believed this very strongly and at all times a small group can be seen hanging around and in fact they hang on him at all times. He did not mind in the slightest, because a wizard’s life is indeed a lonely one much of the time. While it’s not safe for most to be in the vicinity of a wizard when he is experimenting, there’s nothing tougher than a dragon’s hide and so they didn’t mind one bit when spells went really awry. Which naturally they tended to do a on regular basis.

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Dragon Lord

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“Dragon Lord” 9″ x 12″ Graphite


A man is not born to be a Dragon Lord, nor can he choose to train to be one. Rather it is the dragon’s unerring good judgement of character in choosing who shall ride and who shall not, that creates a Dragon Lord. Mankind in it’s arrogance believed it to be an inherent gift of birth in a lucky few until the dragons grew weary of this ignorance and corrected them in no uncertain terms. The dragon chooses the rider for his innate good character. Thus it was and thus it would always be.

Only once in known history did a dragon make a mistake in his choice. In a fit of pique he let out a snort of disgust that instantly incinerated his unlucky chosen rider. He then promptly flew away to some distant mountain and some hidden cave to lie there and forever dream of and remember his momentary crime of passion.

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Princess Bo

princess_boPrincess Bo is of that age where she is most interested in her young suitors and they in her. Her father, being not only a good King but a wonderful father has decided that chastity belts are a bit barbaric and definitely old fashioned. His solution was to place the family’s dragon at the door to guard against the ill intent of young men on the prowl. Princess Bo being like daughters everywhere is not happy about it and thinks that dad is unreasonable and that she is perfectly capable of taking care of herself. Who will win, dragon or Bo?

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“Reporting In”

 “Reporting In” 9″ 12″ Graphite
Everyone believed Wizard McGoggle to be the best seer in the land. It simply was not true. Oh he had a talent alright but not for scrying into the crystal ball. Actually that crystal made a nice place for his friends to land and tell him many things. Which brings me to his true talent. McGoggle could understand and talk to the wee dragons of the land, sometimes called pocket dragons because they could fit into very tiny spaces. Most people thought of them as pests, little better than rodents, if they thought of them at all. Which is why as you see, McGoggle was able to put his talent and theirs to good use. The tiny dragons spread out across the land and would report on a near daily basis the goings on in the land. Conversations, trysts and plots that were meant to be private soon found their way to the ears of the wizard. That’s what made him so very bloody brilliant when it came to advising the king and everyone else. Not only did he know everything in the land that was going on but he also knew if the king was thinking something particularly foolhardy and dangerous, the wizard was able to gently nudge the royal into a much more productive direction. All in all it was a tremendously beneficial gift that McGoggle used wisely on behalf of the royal realm. Thank goodness that he was not a dark wizard!reporting_in
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