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Only 1 in 39 People Can Name All of These Movies from Their Dragon. Can You?
by Jacqueline Samaroo
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Can you conquer the beasts inside this quiz?

Since the dawn of humanity, dragons have been a well-established part of legends and folklore that have been passed down over countless generations. Whether they are depicted as serpent-like beasts that breathe fire, demonic monsters that lay waste to villages, or immortal spirits that act as helpers or tormentors; one thing always remains constant - these are creatures that hold immense power! This everlasting obsession with dragons has lead to these powerful beasts being depicted in books, songs, and even movies. This quiz is made up of some of the most memorable and iconic dragons that have appeared in movies!

Dragons are usually depicted in films in a variety of ways. On one hand, they are sometimes depicted as fearsome beasts of destruction (similar to their depictions in folklore); one example of this is Smaug from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. On the other hand, they are sometimes companions and helpers, for example, the dragons in How to Train Your Dragon or Pete's Dragon. This means that they are either the companions of the heroes or a great challenge that needs to be defeated by the heroes. So, get your sword ready and see if you can defeat this fire-breathing quiz!

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