Fire Dragons

A fire dragon is not only a mystical creature, it is also a Chinese zodiac sign that symbolizes all of the characteristics of fire dragons. Below are 3 of these unique characteristics that set them apart from any other creature, human or not.

1. Strong Leaders: Dragon people are very powerful and as such make strong leaders. They can be stubborn and have a tendency to want to do things their way, but on the positive side they can be great motivators to others whoever struggle with staying on task. They inspire, are admired and can be trusted by anyone; in this way they do great work for those that surround them. They are a rare thing, but those that do exist are strong, fearless and ready to lend a hand to those in need.

2. Ambitious: Not ones to sit on the sidelines, they tend to have lofty goals. They are highly motivated to do well, love helping others and although their exterior may frighten any away at first, ultimately they can become the strongest ally that you can have in your corner. More typically than not, when a dispute arises, a fire dragon will be named on to clear the way and bring peace throughout.

3. Big Hearts: Lone wolves with big hearts; while they tend to be so unique that they are sometimes isolated, their large hearts are irresistible. They become quick friends, are loyal and trustworthy and are reliable beyond measure. They are charismatic and confident and inspire others to be the same. A big heart can take you far in life and they will help others reach their goals as well as reaching their own.

3 unique characteristics of a fire dragon include strong leadership skills, an unending ambition to do well and help others, and a big heart. Most of these elements combined create an amazing being that can be trusted, helpful and indispensable for particular circumstances.

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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