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|Real name||André L. Kon|
|Other names||Kon, Raptor Millennium III|
|Profession or hobby||Writer|
|Species||Enigmoid (Goo dragon)|
André L. Kon (born April 13, 1988 and better known as Dracokon / Kon and formerly as Raptor Millennium III) is a French-American scaly and cetacean writer from San Antonio, Texas who joined in the furry fandom in 2000 (as Raptor Millennium III). He adopted his current "Dracokon" name in 2007. Dracokon's primary avatar is an amorphous ("goo") purple Western dragon.
Aside from his written work Dracokon is most well known as the administrator of Herpy: Reptile Lovers' Community.
Dracokon is a bisexual zoophile (non-practicing herpetophile and cetaceaphile, specifically) and specializes in works that involve feral reptiles, dragons, dinosaurs, and dolphins. He is homosexual in regards to human relationships. His story setting preferences usually revolve around themes of medieval fantasy, science fiction, and occasionally contemporary or modern-day events. Dracokon's works are heavily fueled by personal fantasy and according to the author are a safe way for him to "live" his fantasies without fear of causing unintentional physical harm to animals or to explore interests that are otherwise impossible in real life.
His common online avatar is a purple/lavender Western dragon with blue stripes and green eyes. Formerly, Dracokon's online persona was that of a semi-robotic Utahraptor. Before establishing a new avatar within the fandom, Dracokon was commonly recognized by a stylized green and aqua version of his signature.
Dracokon's surname is pronounced "cone", though due to constant mispronunciations throughout his childhood he has adopted the common "con" pronunciation of it.
 Written works
Although he intermittently uploads drawings, photography, and other works, Dracokon primarily refers to himself as a writer and claims his start in the written arts began in 1995. Below is a selected list of some of his more noteworthy works.
 Short Stories
- Once In A Lifetime - A dolphin story written in memory of artist Athus Nadorian.
- The Infection - A 4-part C-snakes story.
- The Raptor Experiment
- Gator Encounter
- Nocturnal Intermission - First story written and released as "Dracokon".
 Published Work
- Aliens & Ethics (2013, upcoming) - A former collaboration-turned-solo work. A dragon-themed sci-fi erotica.
- The DraconomiKon (201x, announced) - A collection of short stories from previous years along with a personal journal and insight into the works.
 Public appearances
Dracokon attended Further Confusion 2009 as an invited panelist and spoke at three writing panels on the themes of character development, artistic inspiration, and a panel for some of the best "furry" writing he and other panelists had read and wanted to suggest to others. He has not reprised his role and has been absent from future conventions.
He has yet to attend any other furry conventions but mentions on his website that he is open to invitations to assist with productions and other ventures that would benefit from his advice or attendance. 
After the posting of the short story Secret Oasis (wherein the Kon character undergoes a transformation into a goo-based character) it became a commonplace joke among the writer's friends to refer to Kon as a "goo dragon". This inside joke was later incorporated into the character's persona and the "Kon" dragon now exists as two separate characters.
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- Dracokon's personal website
- Dracokon on Fur Affinity
- Dracokon on Herpy (credited as "Dracokon Studios")
Dracokon's profile on YiffStar
- Dracokon on SoFurry
- Dracokon on Twitter