"Not from the movie but a generalization. Build us a scene depicting your “hero” training his dragon. Is he successful or is the dragon just going to eat him and be done with it? Or maybe dragons are the new “dogs” of your world and you’re simply trying to get him to relieve himself on the paper instead of your couch this time? So show us your best depiction of training a dragon, whatever that may be."
Of all the various dragon species, Emerald green spitters are among the most tameable, and as a result have been hand reared in Peregrinus as part of their new aerial defense system. They are fast fliers, acrobatic and accept riders easily. Despite having no teeth, Emerald greens are fearsome in battle, as they spit accurate jets of highly corrosive acid on those unlucky enough to face them. (This is how they "pre-digest" their prey in the wild) However, even with these advantages, the training process is long and arduous. Both dragon and rider must exhibit total control and lightening reflexes in order to graduate to active duty. One of the more important tests is spitting accuracy and the ability to distinguish ally from enemy units on the battlefield. It seems that in this case, poor Daisy and Akmed still have many long hours of practice in front of them...
Daisy should have concentrated on the targets on the left, leaving those on the right unscathed. Whoops... (I think she just sneezed)
Assessor Harrod sighs deeply. "How about you wheel around and try that again, eh?"
Thanks everyone for your kind comments and words of encouragement. I know i have opened my Mocathalon account rather late, but hopefully i'll be able to pick up the pace from here! (the dragon did take some time-consuming tweaking) Thanks also to the judges who have already graded my entry - I'm really glad you guys liked it! :)