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Oh. I'm not sure. If you consider dragons as kaiju monsters, I have 2 fantasy stories with kaiju:
 
Oh. I'm not sure. If you consider dragons as kaiju monsters, I have 2 fantasy stories with kaiju:
   
A. A paladin named Armada work as prince George's mentor. Given George was supposed to be the heir, his father picked the best person he could find for teaching his son. Unfortunately, George was not an east man. Think of [[Father (KND)]], [[Arthas Menethil]] and a mage in the same person. One dark day, George lost it completely and burned Armada's hair with a fiery slap. His royal father erased him out of heritage. From that point, George faked his death and became the dark mage Mephisto. In his narcissitic mind, Mephisto think his father love Armada better than he love his own son. That's his motive, in addition of wanting to take his father's kingdom. As for the dragon: As part of gaining powers, Mephisto broke a dragon's egg and sucked the power into himself. The raging dragon is the parent of the egg Mephisto broke. Therefore, he closed a deal with the human king. ''I'll take care of that bastard for you. All I ask in return is the right to rule your kingdom until you'll find a new king''
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A. A paladin named Armada work as prince George's mentor. Given George was supposed to be the heir, his father picked the best person he could find for teaching his son. Unfortunately, George was not an easy man. Think of [[Father (KND)]], [[Arthas Menethil]] and a mage in the same person. One dark day, George lost it completely and burned Armada's hair with a fiery slap. His royal father erased him out of heritage. From that point, George faked his death and became the dark mage Mephisto. In his narcissitic mind, Mephisto think his father love Armada better than he love his own son. That's his motive, in addition of wanting to take his father's kingdom. As for the dragon: As part of gaining powers, Mephisto broke a dragon's egg and sucked the power into himself. The raging dragon is the parent of the egg Mephisto broke. Therefore, he closed a deal with the human king. ''I'll take care of that bastard for you. All I ask in return is the right to rule your kingdom until you'll find a new king''
   
 
B. Once upon a time, when a war engaged between the orcish clans and humanity (humans, dwarves and elves. Maybe hobbits/gnomes), some orc shamans summoned Tyrant the dragon. They sold their souls to Tyrant and became the first warlocks. The orcs got new powers and Tyrant got an army. Surprisingly enough, the protagonist and the villain are both orcs. The hero is Hawarged, who joined the forces of mankind after almost being killed by one of his brother's soldiers. The main antagonist is Khelshot, who's Hawarged's elder brother. Similarly to Hitler, Khelshot was never meant to get far, until he killed some cruel people who captures him and came to lead his clan. His motives are both destroying mankind and kill (or otherwise use) his brother.
 
B. Once upon a time, when a war engaged between the orcish clans and humanity (humans, dwarves and elves. Maybe hobbits/gnomes), some orc shamans summoned Tyrant the dragon. They sold their souls to Tyrant and became the first warlocks. The orcs got new powers and Tyrant got an army. Surprisingly enough, the protagonist and the villain are both orcs. The hero is Hawarged, who joined the forces of mankind after almost being killed by one of his brother's soldiers. The main antagonist is Khelshot, who's Hawarged's elder brother. Similarly to Hitler, Khelshot was never meant to get far, until he killed some cruel people who captures him and came to lead his clan. His motives are both destroying mankind and kill (or otherwise use) his brother.

Latest revision as of 18:20, April 16, 2018

Oh. I'm not sure. If you consider dragons as kaiju monsters, I have 2 fantasy stories with kaiju:

A. A paladin named Armada work as prince George's mentor. Given George was supposed to be the heir, his father picked the best person he could find for teaching his son. Unfortunately, George was not an easy man. Think of Father (KND), Arthas Menethil and a mage in the same person. One dark day, George lost it completely and burned Armada's hair with a fiery slap. His royal father erased him out of heritage. From that point, George faked his death and became the dark mage Mephisto. In his narcissitic mind, Mephisto think his father love Armada better than he love his own son. That's his motive, in addition of wanting to take his father's kingdom. As for the dragon: As part of gaining powers, Mephisto broke a dragon's egg and sucked the power into himself. The raging dragon is the parent of the egg Mephisto broke. Therefore, he closed a deal with the human king. I'll take care of that bastard for you. All I ask in return is the right to rule your kingdom until you'll find a new king

B. Once upon a time, when a war engaged between the orcish clans and humanity (humans, dwarves and elves. Maybe hobbits/gnomes), some orc shamans summoned Tyrant the dragon. They sold their souls to Tyrant and became the first warlocks. The orcs got new powers and Tyrant got an army. Surprisingly enough, the protagonist and the villain are both orcs. The hero is Hawarged, who joined the forces of mankind after almost being killed by one of his brother's soldiers. The main antagonist is Khelshot, who's Hawarged's elder brother. Similarly to Hitler, Khelshot was never meant to get far, until he killed some cruel people who captures him and came to lead his clan. His motives are both destroying mankind and kill (or otherwise use) his brother.

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