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  • noun The hide of a dragon.


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dragon +‎ hide


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  • A pair of ritual daggers hung from the old sorcerer's dragonhide girdle, as did a metal case that looked to be about the right size to house a wand.

    Night Arrant Gygax, Gary 1987

  • How much exp would I get from 1K chinchompas using full zammy d'hide (blessed) or black dragonhide, eagle eye, and range potions at level 80 ranged?

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions 2009

  • A few were made of stranger materials: thin-cut vehrwood, dark as bitter tea; pressed and woven leaves that still held a whisper of Nebaioth’s sunny fragrance; one covered in what the merchant had sworn was dragonhide, although Leferic suspected that the scales really came from one of the great golden crocodiles of the Bilewater.

    THE RIVER KINGS’ ROAD Liane Merciel 2010


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