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It should be noted that the Dragon is the first example of a fire-breathing dragon in literature.
|“||""I'm something you left behind... FATHER!!"||„|
|~ - The Golden Man|
Beowulf and Grendel's Mother. He first takes the form of a man colored in gold, then takes an appearance of a dragon that bears his father's appearance. Beowulf succeeds in killing the beast, and when it dies, it transforms into a young, golden-skinned boy. But traditionally, the dragon had no relation to neither Beowulf, nor Grendel's mother, but was an entirely different enemy altogether.