How did a rooster dragon Titan leave me an egg?

Something doesn’t add up.

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Dragons are reptiles.
Oh wait…

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Must be related to the whiptail lizard.

There was that frog dna scandal …

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There are many types of male birds that incubate eggs, such as penguins and dragon roosters.

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She thought you were a Targaryan. :smile:

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Or Son Gokū

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Maybe it was a testicle. Anyone else get one? Just one?

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How could a Goblin king drop a tail?

I mean… is that really a tail?

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Well some lizzards have that possibility…
But the rare red tiger… well…
The unicorn as mitical creature might happen…
But the rare red tiger…

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While we are on the subject of ridiculous titan drops can anyone explain how I am sometimes getting a plume from an overgrown crab. I didn’t think Crustaceans had feathers.

Maybe the Kraken was munching on an overgrown rooster? But maybe I am assuming too much about a Kraken’s diet.

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which came first though? The Rooster Dragon or the egg? :thinking:

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A little-known fact about Rooster Dragons is that the male of the species broods the eggs, like jacanas. If you thought that titan was tough, just wait until the Hen Dragon finds out you’ve stolen her egg!

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Ok i buy that one…
What about Ancient Tiger?

The Ancient Tiger is actually an Oviraptor. It stole the egg from a Rooster Dragon.

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Ohh wasnt looking at it that way… guess i’ve got to buy it too :joy::joy::joy:

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Just wait for the pack of Rooster Dragons to come looking for it. Hiding it in your rucksack won’t help.

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The only safe place to hide it is in the Hunter’s Lodge. Even a rare red tiger wouldn’t dare look in there.

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