Improving Slay Times in the Common Dragon

Improving Slay Times in the Common Dragon

Catherine Shaffer

Catherine Shaffer

Ivan Quickblade wonders if he's really cut out for magical graduate school when his dragon-slaying research project goes off the rails. In order to get it back on track, he has to deal with a research mentor that exists as a probability cloud and a human research subject who is not quite as expendable as he thought.Abstract An extract made from the juice of the Hesperidensian pomegranate, injected intramuscularly, will weaken the common dragon, Draco areuginosa, sufficiently to allow a killing blow to the head or hearts (Richardson, et al.).In order to isolate and characterize this effect, four adult male dragons of the species Draco areuginosa were attracted to our laboratory using Jaffronium's method and slain using either traditional methods or Richardson's technology. Richardson's method improved slay times by 34%.
Read online
  • 668