“How to Exploit your Dragon”

Films: Dragonworld (1994)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: Twice that of a tank.

Affiliation: Good

Summary: Finally, some good-natured dragons of the western variety. It's high time we got one of these. Though if you find yourself unsatisfied with this slightly off-looking one, you needn't worry. There's about to be more of it.

History: At an old Scottish castle, young recently orphaned Johnny McGowan wishes for a friend at a sacred tree. He gets a dragon for all his troubles. Yet despite a rough start, he and the dragon, named Yowler, become inseparable. But after 15 years, some folks come along to use the dragon for entertainment purposes, using money to bribe Johnny's family. Alas, the young man realizes just how awful life for Yowler is going to be, and races to the rescue.

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: Johnny manages to free Yowler from his confines, but he has to keep him hidden so that no one else comes looking for him. Thankfully, the two are reunited after all those years.

Powers/Abilities: Fire breath

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-Yowler is...a little off-putting with those forward-facing googly eyes and rather odd stocky frame. Also, he's a dragon capable of torching you down. But he's a good soul at heart, and wouldn't hurt anyone so willingly.

Trivia: -A "sequel" was released in 1999 called "Dragonworld: The Legend Continues". It was more a continuity reboot, with a young Johnny and Yowler trying to escape the clutches of an evil black knight.

-This film was released by Moonbeam Entertainment, the more children-oriented division of Full Moon entertainment.

Image Gallery

And into the screen! WATCH OUT!

None of you qualify for the Big Enough video. Go away.
Well...can't blame them for originality. Seriously, make it go away.

Nope. Not this cool. False adveristing...with a combination of the truth? Eh?
Yeah, I knew feeding him would be a hassle. The woman's next.

This may be an awful movie, but that scarf is just fabulous.

Giving the dragon creeper-eyes was not a good call, movie!