Dragon Befriending Chants

If you want to befriend dragons, you should try a befriending chant. 

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If you want to befriend dragons, you should try a befriending chant.  The only kind of dragon that has a specific befriending chant is the frost dragon.  I suspect it is in Dragonish.

For any dragons except the frost dragon, try this one:

Draco-raco Draco-drac
treasure’s leisure’s pleasure.
Draco-raco Draco-drac
treasure’s leisure’s pleasure.
Draco-raco draco-drac
leisure’s pleasure’s treasure.
Aco-draco aco-drac
treasure’s pleasure’s leisure!

And for the frost dragon:

Yupik illumar,
Inuit illumar,
Alutik illumar
Inuktitut illumar
Yupik illumar
Inuit illumar
Sirenik illumar
Atkan illumar.

If you happen to meet a dragon, make sure to be extremely polite, remember which dragon chant belongs to each dragon, and either have a copy of the chants or have them memorized.

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The chants are taken from:  Dugald A. Steer (Ed.):  Dr. Ernest Drake’s Comprehensive Compendium of Dragonology.  Somerville, MA 2009.

3 comments on “Dragon Befriending Chants”

    1. You could write the chants on a piece of paper and keep them in your pocket, sir, although the only dragons you might encounter where you live are Dwarf Dragons, who are only six inches to a foot long. They have hives and swarm around like bees. Unfortunately, they are not the right kind to befriend because their table manners are much like those of piranhas… 😐

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