Common Welsh Green Dragon

A Common Welsh Green Dragon is A green dragon, native to Wales. Nests in high mountain areas where a reservation exists. Known for its musical roar.

Com·mon Welsh Green Drag·on
/kämən welSH ɡrēn/
noun

Common Welsh Green Dragon History
In recent history, two Common Welsh Green dragons are well known to the wizarding world. The first famous Common Welsh Green event happened in 1932 and is known as the Ilfracombe Incident, a rogue Common Welsh Green at Ilfracombe, located in Devon, England, attacked a group of sunbathers. The Toke wizarding family stopped the attack, then cast the largest set of Memory Charms seen in the twentieth century. For their heroic deeds, the Toke family was granted the Order of Merlin, First Class. The second famous Common Welsh Green event was seen in 1994, during the First Task of the Triwizard Tournament, the champion from Beauxbatons Academy of Magic, Fleur Delacour faced the Common Welsh Green, and defeated it using by putting it into a magical sleep.



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