Hi, and welcome to WikiFur.
So um, isn't "feral dragon" a redundant term? ;-)
--Dmuth 20:27, 7 April 2006 (UTC)
- Of course not! Haven't you ever heard of a lap-dragon, Giza? :-)
- Nope, Dmuth! "Feral" is kind of a loose term here, basically meaning something that's considered "wild," you know, walks on four legs. It's opposed to, say, an "anthro" dragon fursona, which I've seen around (and I even have an anthro version of myself). A lot of my inspiration comes from my late great Dungeons & Dragons book, the Draconomicon. But thank you for the welcome, regardless.
- And thank you for the welcome as well, GreenReaper. :) If I ever need some sort of assistance, I'll be sure to remember your offer. I have some experience editing the crap out of a few Wikipedia articles, so I think I should be okay if and when I ever decide to make/edit any articles here.
- --Scy Storm 10:35, 5 May 2006 (UTC)
"Cut and paste" moves
Hi ScyStorm! I noticed you recently "renamed" an article by copying and pasting it. Please use the "move" tab on the original page if you want to do that kind of thing in the future, as it preserves the page history. (The feature is restricted for new users, but it should be available to you . . .) --GreenReaper(talk) 05:58, 22 March 2012 (EDT)
- Um... Whoops. ^^ My mistake!
- --Scy Storm 06:02, 22 March 2012 (EDT)