A Dragon at an Exhibition of Monsters held by the Natural History Museum - London, UK

Why am I here?
and where exactly am I?


 Why is this site here at all?

At first glance, it may seem that this site doesn't really have much of a purpose - but that couldn't be further from the truth. No, this site was primarily set up to be a hub for Dragon information on the web.

Of course, there are many other excellent sites that act as hubs for dragon related information (some of which can be found on the Draconic Links resource page), but there is always room for one more! Besides, it also serves as a lair for Wyrm in this tortuous tangle of threads we call the web.
 


 A Spiffy Site Map!


 Do you want to link to this site?

OK! So you like this place and want to link to it! Well that is no problem - go right ahead. Of course, you may want to include a nice graphic image as part of the link to this site - well you can choose from any of the four below (if you want a specific colour scheme then contact me via the feedback form and I'll see what I can do).

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If you want a reciprocal link to your site then either use the feedback form on this page or the form on the Draconic Links resource page. Please note that I will only link to sites that have some sort of Draconic content - those sites about actual dragons will get pride of place on the main page of course!
When linking to this site, please link to the address: http://www.wyrm.org.uk/
 


 Tell me what you want

If you want to see something particular on this site, or have any suggestions for links, or even just want to correct something or report a broken link - you can use this form to do just that!

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 I couldn't of done it without...

Me! Yes, that's right! Me! I made all this. No one else helped, I did it all!
Oh yes, and Pia (my girlfriend) for advice on colour schemes and artistic design!
...and Demon Internet for being such a great ISP over all these years.
 


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