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'''Flying drakes''' are creatures which are said to resemble [[fleder]]s. They can be found in the vicinity of [[Lower Posada]], if folklore is to be trusted. They are mentioned in passing by [[Dandelion]] as he tries to convince [[Geralt of Rivia|Geralt]] that there is still plenty of work out there for witchers. Geralt is not so sure.[[de:Flugdrachen]]
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|Class = [[Draconid]]
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|Occurrence = [[Lower Posada]] {{Small|text=supposedly}}<br>[[Ellander]]}}'''Flying drakes''' are creatures similar to [[dragon]]s.
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{{Block Quote|text = I don't hunt dragons ... I hunt [[forktail]]s, for sure. And [[dracolizard]]s. And '''flying drakes'''. But not true dragons; the [[Green dragon|green]], the [[Black dragon|black]] or the [[Red dragon|red]]. Take note, please.|speaker = [[Geralt of Rivia]]|citation = {{SoD}}}}
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Local folklore in [[Lower Posada]] tells of flying drakes terrorizing the village's vicinity.
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== Notes ==
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* Sapkowski uses name "latawiec", which can be translated as "[https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/kite#English kite]". Unlike the English word, though, Polish latawiec has only two meanings: flying toy for children or a demon often translated as a [[Wikipedia:Fiery serpents|Fiery Serpent]].
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Latest revision as of 02:48, February 9, 2020

Flying drakes are creatures similar to dragons.
I don't hunt dragons ... I hunt forktails, for sure. And dracolizards. And flying drakes. But not true dragons; the green, the black or the red. Take note, please.

Local folklore in Lower Posada tells of flying drakes terrorizing the village's vicinity.

Notes Edit

  • Sapkowski uses name "latawiec", which can be translated as "kite". Unlike the English word, though, Polish latawiec has only two meanings: flying toy for children or a demon often translated as a Fiery Serpent.
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