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Are Dragons (or have they ever been) Real?

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Started: 4/23/2015 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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PurpleVengence

Pro

Many people in the world have simply brushed off dragons as a myth. But... were they? Or maybe they're still alive today. Only one way to find out. Debate it.
wampe

Con

I accept the debate and thank Pro for offering it.

Just for clarity sake, I assume that the oxford dictionary definition will work.

"1 A mythical monster like a giant reptile. In European tradition the dragon is typically fire-breathing and tends to symbolize chaos or evil, whereas in East Asia it is usually a beneficent symbol of fertility, associated with water and the heavens." (1)

If not, please let me know what dictionary you would like to use.
Debate Round No. 1
PurpleVengence

Pro

PurpleVengence forfeited this round.
wampe

Con

As Pro has not produced an argument, I will pass it back over.
Debate Round No. 2
PurpleVengence

Pro

PurpleVengence forfeited this round.
wampe

Con

Closing
I see no reason to think dragons are or have been real. Pro has not put forth an argument for that position.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by peederpan 2 years ago
peederpan
ofcorse they are real. i actually have a scale that i hold on to some times and say "I wish, I wish, with all my heart, to fly with dragons in a land apart." then suddenly im in dragon land with a pink dragon named cassie and a big blue one named ord. then to get back home i say "I wish, I wish, to use this rhyme, to go back home until next time".
Posted by PurpleVengence 2 years ago
PurpleVengence
Yes, we are speaking of the same thing.
Posted by wampe 2 years ago
wampe
I should have mentioned that we can remove "mythological" from the definition for the purposes of the debate. I'm just wanting to know we are talking about the same thing.
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