Two young rival dragon riding warriors fight to end a 1000 year old war despite the hidden manipulator opposing them.

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In another world, there was an alliance of humanity and dragons. When the human began waging incessant war, the Dragons appointed a wizard as an immortal Dragon Ambassedor to mediate peace while most of the dragons withdrew into another reality. Generations later, the fragile peace was shattered by an attack on Prince Dev and Princess Kyra which is misconstrued as an abrogation of the peace by both. Years later, the now teenage warriors arrange for a personal duel to end the war, only to be interrupted by their parent's respective armies. In the ensuing battle, a third force of Orgens attack both forces and abduct the Kings. Now, both young warriors must go on a quest to rescue their fathers and bring about peace, unaware that there are hidden forces who have their own sinister agenda. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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11 September 2004 (Canada)  »

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Dragons - Feu et glace  »

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Prince Dev: I don't know. I've fought against a lot of Dragar. I never fought along side one.
Princess Kyra: Hmm. Afraid I'll show you up?
Prince Dev: Now listen stork!
Xenos: Save it for the dragon please.
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Followed by Dragons II: The Metal Ages (2005) See more »

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Not entirely bad, but not the best out there either.
1 October 2005 | by (Nova Scotia, Canada.) – See all my reviews

Despite the cheap and stiff CG, slightly predictable characters and villains, this really wasn't all that bad. What really stuck out to me was the music, which made the whole thing seem rather epic. I liked the dragons quite a bit, and the thing about Fire, Wind, and Earth was pretty interesting, so overall it wasn't the worst way to spend an hour and a half. Better villains and less predictable heroes is really what this show needs, but seeing as the western world seems to concentrate so much on flashy graphics, maybe a nice dose of traditional animation would have made this one a little more bearable.

The CG isn't that bad either, in fact far better overall than most CG TV shows/kids movies, but unless you're prepared to spend quite a bit on making everything look as it should, please, stick with traditional animation methods.


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