“The hunt that went south for everyone”

Films: Dragon Hunter (2009)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Forest

Height/Weight: That of a truck.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: You know, they could make a million dragon movies, and we'd still be all for them. Just remember, you know, to show the damn dragon more often! We ain't gonna sit through a bunch of no one-actors just so we can see some hot reptile action at the very end.

History: In the forests of Elwood, the land is full of orcs, warriors, and as of recently, dragons. As one might guess, they're a bit of a nuisance around these parts, but don't worry. A brave man and his not-so merry crew are out to slay at least one dragon.

Notable Kills: Is thoroughly unimpressed with a sorcerer's flame, and snuffs it and him out when he starts spouting nonsense about being its master.

Final Fate: The final fight between the man and the dragon ends with the former revealing magical resistance to fire (except for his shirt oddly), wounding the dragon into stumbling off a cliff, and then taking the plunge so that he can stab the thing into the ground before taking off its head. However, while this fight may have been won, there are still more dragons he'd like to kill. Yeah, let's see you do that by yourself...

Powers/Abilities: Fire breathing.

Weakness: Its soft underbelly.

Scariness Factor: 2.5-The badass design of this dragon simply cannot overcome the awful CGI it has been burdened with. Even worse, it went out like a total chump. Seriously, that was hardly a flesh wound before it tumbled off that cliff. At least there's more where this one came from.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "The Fire Dragon Chronicles".

-This film was written and directed by Stephen Shimek, who seems to have a thing for being involved in films with dragons in them.

Image Gallery

A dragon becomes a set-piece.

That dragon has the drop on them now.

"Told you I produced bigger."

"I've seen bigger. I've PRODUCED bigger."

"OW! MY EARS! At least that's the most they'll suff-"

Cue a medieval version of the Jurassic Park theme.


"A mated pair with a child? Time to make an orphan!"
Fly free, stock dragon!

"Jorah, you are NOT!"

The agony of de-feet.