Mr E’s Blog, Post #7

The View From Lakeside- Vol.7 4/02/14

Hello my friends from Real Fairies and welcome back to Lakeside! Ta asked about my dragon buddies and some history on them so I’ll have to start back in Fyn with this one…

Alright–well, these beings have been around almost as long as time itself but my relationship with them goes back to my childhood when I was a young boy, 12 years old and barely a man yet. On one particular bright, sunny day, I was within the castle walls practicing my swordsmanship with my father when I heard a huge swooping sound like the large wings on a huge bird. When I looked out and saw this huge flying beast heading towards us, I just about peed my drawers but the look on my dad’s face reassured me that I was okay.

The next thing I knew, a shiny green dragon with pearlescent scales landed gracefully in the middle court where we usually perform our military practice.  He was massive, about three times the size of an elephant in your world.  I stood about 15 feet away from him as he began talking to my father, explaining why he came here himself instead of sending the usual messenger.   I decided not to go any closer to him because I wanted a chance to be out of the snacking zone in case the talk went badly but I was pretty much frozen in place, anyway.

The dragon had important news of an uprising of the dark fae east of Fyn and told us that we should prepare for a possible attack.  He said that he would do what he could to prevent  the attack but unfortunately, the dark fae also had a pack of dragons on their side.

After they were done talking  the dragon said to my father, “I’d like to speak to your boy,” and then he whispered to me, “Come here boy, I want to talk to you. I won’t hurt you, let me get a good look at you.”  Ever since I was a small child, I had heard of the relationship between the Behradorn dragons and my people going way back before Fyn was even called Fyn, but until that very moment, I had never been face to face with one.

I walked closer, very slowly and he rested his massive head on the ground  in order to look less fearsome.  He took a good look at me and it was as if he could read my every thought and knew all there was to me.  He told me then that I would be an ambassador to the other realm in the future and he would see me through all I needed to get there.   He said, ” Do not worry boy, I am a friend.  I will never harm you for we all have a common goal and we have been united  for a long time.”  Then, he laughed and added, “Granted,  if I wanted you dead, you’d be dead in an instant, but for you, dear prince, that will never happen and  I will take it as a oath for life. A dragon keeps his promise and I will see you in a few years down the road and we will talk more once  you visit me at my cavern in Behradorn.”  Then I backed up a bit so he could fly off and he took off and went back from whence he came.

And that, my friends, was my very first encounter with a dragon!

Mr E

Note:  Below you will find an audio clip where Mr E explains in a bit more detail what it was like to be “read” by a dragon.

Who is Mr E? He is the main spokesperson for the Elves of Fyn. The best way to get to know him is to listen to his many audio clips and read a couple of his interviews.


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  1. Natalie Lynn April 2, 2014 at 5:23 pm - Reply

    I want to say thank you to everyone who has posted a comment on one of Mr E’s blog posts. Please know that Mr E hears all your comments and truly appreciates your interest. He looks forward to your questions and they often help him decide on a topic to write about each week. He sincerely wants to respond to all questions and will try to do that as much as time and space permits.

    Susan, Katie and I also appreciate seeing your responses because, honestly, doing this can be a bit of work and it’s encouraging to know that people are reading and finding it interesting! 🙂

    Thanks again!

  2. Betsy April 2, 2014 at 11:50 pm - Reply

    This is so cool! I love dragons, though if I ever met one face to face I’m quite sure I’d get tongue-tied.
    Who made that great painting?

  3. Navneeta Ray April 3, 2014 at 3:19 pm - Reply

    Hi Mr. E thank you so much for posting on Behradorn Dragons because I have been waiting on this INFO from such a long time. Its great to learn about them. Later if possible could you please more about them ? Especially how baby Dragons look/appear or their behavior pattern. I have been always so fascinated with Dragons and I don’t know why. I have one more question for you. I downloaded some Dragon Protections Spells. Can I use them if I need them any moment of urgency ? Or is it a big NO NO ? You are nicest ELF we have ever met. I wish I could meet you some day. Thank you, catch you later.

    Iridesa79 (Navneeta Ray)

  4. Kida April 5, 2014 at 12:00 pm - Reply

    Absolutely amazing! Here’s hoping its a great future that he could see.

  5. Kiwi April 7, 2014 at 1:54 pm - Reply

    Thanks for all these blogs, they’re very interesting to read. I guess my question is: Is there any racism/prejudice between types of fae? Do some fae think themselves higher than other types and if so why? Is there any “bad blood” between certain groups, aside from seelie and unseelie?
    Thanks 🙂

  6. Felicia April 9, 2014 at 5:26 am - Reply

    Hi Mr. E, thank you for the great blog posts.
    I have several questions, do people from your community communicate with faes from other part of the world? If so, in what ways?

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