An introduction, some questions and statements

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Oleg Tropin

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Nov 15, 2020, 3:41:32 PM11/15/20
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Hello,
Two days ago I was searching for information about dragons, as I am planning to write a book. More specifically, humanoids. One of the first links that were displayed was a fandom-wikipedia about dragons. As the text was a little short, I searched one of the pages below and found the "dragonkin"-thing and about all that stuff, especially this group. Of course, trough some coincidence I, for some reason, about two to three months ago, began being interested in dragons. I personally think that it is a funny coincidence, how I found the "dragonkin"-theory while hating humans. Yes, I do hate humans. Did someone of you watch that one episode of the new doctor-who-series where there were those lizard people, which were hiding underground and, for a very good reason, hated humans? I share their opinion and wish that I wouldn´t be a human. And now I am here. Hello, I am new to this group, I love dragons and I hate humans.
As I have read, this group is, at least by my standards, a little old. And I know that this group has seen it´s better days, but I think that the title song from the 2001 tv-series "Enterprise" describes this group greatly. Now, I would like to tell something about myself: I am a fan of Star Trek, so please do not be confused if I use some quotes.
While researching, I had also found information about the so-called "dragon code". I would like to know from the people that have used it, how long did it take to "compose" it?
I thank you for reading this text, Have a nice day and live long and prosper.

IIZard

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Dec 17, 2020, 5:05:14 PM12/17/20
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Welcome!
It has been a long time since I've watched any Dr Who, which doctor are they on to now? 16? 17?
I would discourage you from human hatred. Humans are creatures of this world too and for all their faults, few species who have accomplished as much as they.
How did you come to have your interest piqued?
And Excellent! A new book! What are you writing? When will you be finished!
Though there are cobwebs, there are also occasional bursts of activity.
As for DraconCode, DC2 is the norm but I cannot find a decoder around... here's the old code:
https://web.archive.org/web/19981205105504/http://www.ecis.com/~ddragon/oldcode.html
And a reference for DC2:
https://en.wikifur.com/wiki/Dragon_Code

Happy flying!
*nods*

Oleg Tropin

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Apr 15, 2021, 3:45:01 PM4/15/21
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Hello,
I am sorry for not replying for that long and sincerely hope that I did not ruin anyone´s mood.
As far as I know, Doctor Who is currently at officially the thirteenth doctor, which isn´t very correct. For example the ninth doctor has been played by at least four different actors (Rowan Atkinson in "the curse of fatal death", that one movie, in the show and Christopher Eccleston in the first series) and the tenth doctor (David Tennant) has lost his hand one time and used a regeneration to heal it, then the meta-crisis doctor happened, who was basically a hybrid of the tenth doctor and Donna Noble born in a separate body from the original tenth doctor (The new version of the show is a little messed up). Back to "the curse of fatal death" (Which actually is not officially considered canon.), the episode featured alternate versions of the ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelve and thirteenth doctor. The canonically eleventh doctor, when he was in the Sarah-Jane-Adventures, once stated that he could regenerate a total of fivehundredandseven times. Now excuse me for the series-jumping, but in "The brain of Morbius" and a newer episode which, for some reason, everyone hated, it is lampshaded that there were many other incarnations before the first doctor. But let us also not forget about the war doctor, the valeyard and the fugitive doctor (Please excuse me if I spelled something wrong.).
Well, my hatred for the humans is now practically nonexistent. I hope that´s enough of an answer to that question.
Excuse me, but I also don´t really remember about where and when my interest did actually begin.
The book probably won´t be finished anytime soon, I still have to work out practically everything. So, for the next seven to ten years, and now I am very sorry to disappoint you, but you probably won´t be hearing anything about it from me.

Thank you very much for the two links, I am pretty sure they will be helpfull and maybe I even will create separate strings of dragoncode for the book´s characters.

I wish you to have a wonderfull day!

(Also, I´ll probably not answer many questions, though I´ll try to check in regularly, maybe at least one time a month. Still, have a nice day.)

Lord Flame Stryke

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May 16, 2021, 7:11:24 PM5/16/21
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Oleg Tropin <oleg.tr...@gmail.com> wrote in
news:837c67b7-95d0-4937...@googlegroups.com:

> Hello,
> I am sorry for not replying for that long and sincerely hope that I
> did not ruin anyone´s mood. As far as I know, Doctor Who is currently
> at officially the thirteenth doctor, which isn´t very correct. For
> example the ninth doctor has been played by at least four different
> actors (Rowan Atkinson in "the curse of fatal death", that one movie,
> in the show and Christopher Eccleston in the first series) and the

Actually, Rowan Atkinson was just a spoof, so isn't considered a
regeneration; the 8th Doctor was from the TV movie to try to regenerate
(pun intended) interest in the show; John Hurt was the War Doector, who
is between the 8th and 9th, and Christopher Eccleston was the 9th.

> tenth doctor (David Tennant) has lost his hand one time and used a
> regeneration to heal it, then the meta-crisis doctor happened, who was
> basically a hybrid of the tenth doctor and Donna Noble born in a
> separate body from the original tenth doctor (The new version of the

That wasn't really a Doctor, though, that was Doctor-Donna as the Oods
stated, sort of a hybrid of Donna with some of the Doctor's memories,
which is why she saved the day and could operate the Tardis.

And let's not forget that the (Tenth or Eleventh, I can't recall) Doctor
was poisoned and would have died if River Song hadn't used all her
remaining regenerations to save him.

> show is a little messed up). Back to "the curse of fatal death" (Which
> actually is not officially considered canon.), the episode featured
> alternate versions of the ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelve and
> thirteenth doctor. The canonically eleventh doctor, when he was in the
> Sarah-Jane-Adventures, once stated that he could regenerate a total of
> fivehundredandseven times. Now excuse me for the series-jumping, but
> in "The brain of Morbius" and a newer episode which, for some reason,
> everyone hated, it is lampshaded that there were many other
> incarnations before the first doctor. But let us also not forget about
> the war doctor, the valeyard and the fugitive doctor (Please excuse me

I'm currently behind. I was recording Doctor Who on the PVR, but it was
a poor recording (it didn't start or end on time so it got truncated) and
I had another means of watching it online, so I cancelled the recording,
then (of course) my means of watching it online died out, so I missed
most of the second season of Jodie Whittaker and everything later than
that.

> (Also, I´ll probably not answer many questions, though I´ll try to
> check in regularly, maybe at least one time a month. Still, have a
> nice day.)

Anyone who shows up, even sporadically, helps keep Alfandra alive, for
which they have my most sincere thanks; she deserves better than to fade
out into obscurity.



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Raeadh`ani

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Jul 1, 2021, 5:06:10 PM7/1/21
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> > Anyone who shows up, even sporadically, helps keep Alfandra alive, for which they have my most sincere thanks; she deserves better than to fade out into obscurity.

Absolutely 100% agree with this sentiment




Raeadh`ani - Queen of Rain
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