Dragon Figurines – The Fun Collectible

Toy dragons, gift shop, California

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One of my favorite dragon figurines collectible is the statue of a dragon with the globe. This small statue represents the true power of the dragon figurines and its mythical powers.

Many people look up to dragons because of their mysterious power and intelligence. If you take a look at some of the best games in history, the dragon has usually been the ultimate boss, this is for a reason! I personally have always loved the image of some dragon figurines claiming control over objects which we do not even have power over such as the world.

Dragon figurines can be traced in the bible so the origins of dragons is still unclear however the striking image of a dragon spitting fire out can almost never be forgotten. In the story Beowulf, the dragon represents evil, for obvious reasons, as he tries to over power Beowulf.

Even though dragons are thought to be the cause of destruction, they are intelligent and strong creatures, which is why to this day, thousands of years after their legends, are still around in the form of dragon figurines. Many people think of a dinosaur when thinking of a dragon because of the sheer size and reptilian appeareance.

To date, many are still avid collectors of dragon figurines, mostly in the form of figurines and statues. This shows that many are still more than intrigued in the pure strength and amazing powers these mythical creatures held, and possibly still hold to this day.

With the advancement of technology, the shapes, lines, curves, and colors of collectible dragon figurines are more clear than ever. Making the replica strike a collector as a piece of art and it does not stop there.

The power of dragons will seem to always remain for thousands of more years. To date, there has not been any other mythical creature that can cause so much destruction, yet, is still cherished by many.

Since I have been a child, I have always loved the mysterious power of dragons. For a few years now, I have been collecting Dragon Figurines.
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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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