Cute cartoon monsters on your desktop! Download Dragon Live Wallpaper and customize your phone with lovely background of adorable fictional beings! Whenever you tap on the screen, new lovely creatures appear. You will not be able to resist the sight of a smiling dragon on your screen! Choose your favorite adorable creature and create an army of many smaller ones with this cool app! If you love these mystical monsters, you are going to have tons of fun with this app! Prove to everybody that these creatures can be cute, as well!
- Ideal live wallpaper for your mobile phone! - Whenever you tap on the screen, new lovely creatures appear! - Five types of background styles - different cute monsters! - Three types of speed of the floating objects: slow, normal, fast! - Full support for landscape mode and home-screen switching! - Choose this animated background and you won't regret! Follow the installation instructions: Home -> Menu -> Wallpapers -> Live Wallpapers
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In medieval symbolism, dragons were often symbolic of apostasy and treachery, but also of anger and envy, and eventually symbolized great calamity. Several heads were symbolic of decadence and oppression, and also of heresy. They also served as symbols for independence, leadership and strength. Many of them also represent wisdom; slaying a dragon not only gave access to its treasure hoard, but meant the hero had bested the most cunning of all creatures. In some cultures, especially Chinese, or around the Himalayas, they are considered to represent good luck. They are depicted in medieval symbolism to be the size of a bear of smaller. Most of them possess magical abilities.
It's not clear when or where stories of dragons first emerged, but the huge, flying serpents were described by the ancient Greeks and Sumerians. The belief in them was based not just in legend but also in hard evidence — or so it seemed. For millennia no one knew what to make of the giant bones that were occasionally unearthed around the globe, and they seemed a logical choice for people who had no knowledge of dinosaurs.
There were also the occasional eyewitness accounts from sailors returning from Indonesia who reported encountering those— Komodo dragons, a type of monitor lizard— which can be aggressive, deadly, and reach 10 feet in length. Western scientists verified their existence around 1910, but rumors and stories of these fearsome beasts circulated long before that.
Dragons are one of the few monsters cast in mythology primarily as a powerful and fearsome opponent to be slain. They don't simply exist for their own sake; they exist largely as a foil for bold adventurers. Other mythical beasts such as trolls, elves and fairies interact with people (sometimes mischievously, sometimes helpfully) but their main role is not as combatant.