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aldersprig
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Sexcanons.

Give me a character, and I will write (up to) three pieces of sexual headcanon for them.

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Jimmy...

Let's see. Dragons DO have a procreative drive, but being a complicated species with very complicated procreation, this ends up being more of a quest-drive: Dragons build nice nests and find the right things, often travelling across the whole world in hopes of bringing home exactly the right things so that their eggs might be properly fertilized.

Jimmy is young, adolescent, and is starting to feel both the nesting and the questing urges. Cx’za (He) wanders further from home and, on the rare occasion cx’za finds another dragon of the right age, they spend time talking of quests and assessing their scents. Scents are important to a dragon; you want the nest to smell right.

Jimmy has a small hoard started in the basement ofCxaidin and Zizny's house, but will not have a proper nest until cx’za finds a home with a mate (or more than one mate).

Well, that's *fascinating*. Not that I should be encouraging *more* more threads when you're on a followup streak. <is a bad influence>

So dragons -- at least here -- do have a reason for the hoard other than greed. And presumably an excellent sense of smell. (Do they go for things like ambergris, myrrh, and such?)

It's also sounded like dragons live in a fairly limited (set of?) area(s?), so questing has got to be troublesome, especially at their size. How do they stay hidden while doing this? A Hitchhiker-esque SEP field? That, and I suspect collecting things might be easier -- assuming they have something akin to the Internet -- by ordering off Amazon or similar. Or is that cheating?

It's hard to smell things over the internet!

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