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02/09/08 08:02 PM
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I have the Divinity2 wallpaper on my desktop and something makes me wonder.
Why does the mighty dragon have such tiny teeth?
Is this a vegetarian variant?

Re: Wallpaper [Re: YellowShark] #356019
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Must be baby teeth. Human teeth are actually vegetarian with the exception of the 4 canine teeth we have.


Every time there I run into trouble on the road, there is always a dwarf at the bottom of it. Don't they know how to drive above ground?
Re: Wallpaper [Re: LightningLockey] #356042
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Depends on the kind of diet.

T.Rex hat monstrous teeth - and he was a flesh-eater.

Scientists still argue, though, whether he was a hunter or an eater of carrion alone.
The question isn't as simple as it might be.

Smaller teeth -> probably vegetarian diet.

However, I must admit that I've never ever seen any vegetarian dragons yet ...


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Re: Wallpaper [Re: AlrikFassbauer] #356047
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 Originally Posted By: AlrikFassbauer

However, I must admit that I've never ever seen any vegetarian dragons yet ...


But you have seen other kinds of Dragons? :o

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In games, yes. ;\)


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Re: Wallpaper [Re: AlrikFassbauer] #356057
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sharks have reasonably small teeth, tho they got hundreds.

Size doesn't really matter, how sharp they are does, and the power of the jaws.


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You got a point there.And his jaws look reasonably muscled.
But his teeth are anything but sharp.
All in all, he doesn't give me the impression of a powerfull creature.
Nothing menacing about him.

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I always thought there was something wrong with the dragons head, but i couldn't figure out what. I think you have hit the nail on its head, his teeth are WAY too small.

*hands over cookie*

Re: Wallpaper [Re: koimaster] #356123
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Thank you for the cookie.
At least the avatar himself looks pretty dangerous,with all those sharp edges on his armour and that weird look in his eyes.
When it'll come to intimidating ennemies it will be best to stay in human form.
Oh well,we can always use dragon form to go sight seeing above the countryside.


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