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Well, personally, I kind of want to slay the dragon.

Dragon was a mystical creature with the appearance of a flying reptile.[1][2]


In 2000, when talking to David Nabbit, Angel mentioned he had seen a few dragons before.[3]

In 2001, a dragon was released in Sunnydale when the hell goddess Glorificus used the Key to break down the barriers between dimensions. The barriers were eventually restored upon Buffy Summers' death, although the fate of the dragon is unknown. This dragon possessed four limbs and a pair of wings.[4]

Three years later, when Angel brought down the Circle of the Black Thorn, the Senior Partners retaliated by unleashing an apocalyptic horde of demons upon Los Angeles, which included a dragon. Angel expressed a desire to slay the creature,[1] but, upon discovering that it was actually benevolent, the pair became allies. This dragon was eventually named Cordelia and wound up in the company of the Groosalugg.[citation needed]

In 2004, before he learn Dana's real nature, Spike though she was possessed by an elemental water dragon.[5]

The Senior Partners second army contained a large number of dragons; some of these had rear ends that resembled fighter jet planes. Most if not all of these dragons were killed by Illyria in her original body as an Old One.[6]

Buffy Summers once dreamed of fighting Morgala, an apocalyptic dragon brought to life in Sunnydale by his worshipers. He was defeated by the Slayer, who removed the gem from his forehead before any damage was done.[7]

After the end of magic, the archmage Alasdair Coames collected magical artifacts and housed magical creatures. His possessions included a small dragon.[8]

Years later, the Shenlong dragon was summoned to attack San Francisco, and his power over storms brought a destructive tsunami. It was repelled by the Scooby Gang, but not before causing untold damage, taking thousands of lives and bringing enormous repercussions for the magical community.[2]

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Buffy the Animated Series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic
Buffy the Vampire Slayer novels
Crossover novels
Angel (IDW series)