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Friday, August 31, 2012

Star Dragon’s Lair

One of the more interesting constellations in the Arduinian sky.
Star Dragon’s Lair, is a tangle of stars, very thickly clustered, with wavy, spiral look when viewed on clear evenings. It has over a dozen, very bright stars scattered in its mass, arranged away from each other at the ends of twisting trails of massed faintly gleaming stars. They are typically referred to as the Dragon Eyes, and hold an area of prime importance with the religion of the Star Dragons, though what exacts that might be is steeped in mystery. The identical constellation, adjunct with a few radiating nearby stars, also is of great import to the followers of Vanaan, who revere its wavy, twisting constellations as a semblance of the eternal flame.

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