6. Celtic Fairy Necklace – Draganfluer
Celtic Fairy Necklace.
The pendant is a decent size, and flat not 3D and the image is made of acrylic so it does not remove. Its super pretty! It is accompanied by a chain.
- Metals Type: Zinc Alloy and Acrylic
- Chain Type: Water-wave Chain
2 in stock
FUN TRIVIA: The first ice dragons came about during the BIG BANG, when the explosion cooled and energy sp,lit into two twins, one of fire and one of Ice. Some evolved into water dragons as they settled into plants of their choice adapt to the environment; others isn colder regions began to produce sharp ridges and spikes of ice coating their body to protect from predators and a breath weapon of freezing air to turn foes to ice.
This little fairy energy can turn into Water dragon energy. It is among the most gentle and noble and are friendly to nearly all other dragon Species but if provoked can douse fire. This fairy is rather shy and seclusive but they are a truly beautiful sight if you are lucky enough to spot one. They do not like to be bossed around and will attack if needed so do not summon, demand or even ask them to do anything for you. Just honour them and perhaps oif they choose they will help you. Transforms into blue dragon flies to communicate.
Dragonflies are ancient, the first ones evolved 300 million years ago. Did you know they used to be huge? Yup, up to a couple of feet in wing span in the Paleozoic era. Modern dragonflies are tiny, typically between two to five inches in wing span. We have about 450 species in Canada and USA. British Columbia is home to 87 species, roughly 40 percent of the Canadian total. Twenty-three species are considered rare or potentially at risk and have been placed on the provincial Red and Blue lists.
The very first water dragon evolved from early water serpents and was named Aquarius. He was wise and powerful and is still the reigning king of the water dragons. From him, the rest of the species is descended.
For many centuries, water dragons grew in population and were not bothered by other dragons or humans as no other dragon could live in water. Then arrived the modern age, bringing with it the terrible water pollution and waste-dumping that nearly rendered the water dragons extinct. To this day, polluting of their waters is still a threat and many organizations are working to protect these gentle giants.
Water dragons don’t have flippers. Their wings propel them in the water. their waterproof skin keeps their wings dry. They also have small, fin-like wings, long, slightly finned tails to propel themselves through the water with ease. Their beautiful scales come in shades of blue, cyan and teal green. They are often found in deeper water, so as to protect themselves from predators and have excellent vision and hearing, like most dragons. However, their sense of smell is greatly impaired, probably due to the fact of living underwater and this makes them impervious to most gaseous breath weapons that other marine or semi-marine dragons use.
Their breath weapon, like all True Dragons, is fire though they use it sparingly and only on land or in air. It can be very effective for knocking enemy dragons out of the air, not to mention scalding them with steam or hot fumes underwater. Water Dragons are said to eat virgins, in truth they prefer young women for social company but rarely eat apart from the occasional fish, octopus or dolphin.
Depending on where they are sighted, water dragons may possess flowing manes located in a ring about their neck. The hair of these manes may range from thin and fine like thread to thick and flat like seaweed (with thin-maned water dragons being most prominent in Asia).
|Dimensions||2.5 × 2.5 × .24 cm|