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Sorry Ivor, I think we’re going to need a bigger Steam Train if BC’s going to pop out of the funnel to do Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau.

And he’s *definitely* a Bass.

Absolutely headcanoning Bloodcarver with a welsh accent from now on <3

During the previous story arc, the consensus developed that he would sound like Alan Rickman (who played Severus Snape). I have no idea if his voice gets anywhere near a Welsh accent, but I’d be astonished if it does.

Assuming he gets a medallion, I imagine his human guise resembling either Armstrong (from FMA), or Sam Elliott.

oh oh oh, does that mean that Welsh dragons are inexorably tied to sphynxes and medallions? A Welsh white dragon from the origins of medallions, now a Welsh red dragon helping the last sphynx in the present day?

(also what would the both of them look like in human form?)

Ah we did the same thing! Kimmerian and his Dad Alexander have Welsh Fire Dragon in their blood. Kim is a half-blood mixed with a Chinese Red but Alexander can name his family back to the dragon on the flag.
Which is ultimately like saying you’re related to Ghengis Khan. Yeah Alex, you and the rest of the Red Fire Dragons in Wales

I asked a few weeks ago if Asian Dragons shared the same fate as European Dragons, and the comments section said “No. This was covered in an older set of Reader Questions.”, but I was not given a link to the corresponding upload. Would someone mind posting a link?

I guess that that info originally sat in the author’s comment of http://www.skindeepcomic.com/reader-questions/november-2013-reader-question-15/ , which has gotten lost. But yes, Asian dragons officially are still around, which suggests that neither tin-can-human customs nor (a war with the) sphinxes happened to them. (I don’t dare to ask whether, and if so, how they got medallions in that case, though. ;-)

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