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'''Wyverns''' are kin to dragons. Unlike to dragons, wyverns don't breathe fire.<ref>http://grrm.livejournal.com/327410.html?thread=17927666#t17927666</ref>
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'''Wyverns''' are kin to [[dragon]]s, although they do not breathe fire.<ref>http://grrm.livejournal.com/327410.html?thread=17927666#t17927666</ref>
  
 
[[Wyvern Point]] in northern [[Sothoryos]] is named after the creature, which hunts above its swamps and jungles.<ref>"Wyvern Point" entry in ''[[A World of Ice and Fire]]''</ref> Septon [[Barth]] wrote about them in ''[[Dragons, Wyrms, and Wyverns: Their Unnatural History]]''.{{ref|ADWD|14}} The sigil of [[House Vyrwel]] of [[Darkdell]] depicts a wyvern. The castle of [[Dragonstone]] includes wyverns among its stone gargoyles.{{ref|ACOK|Prologue}}{{ref|ACOK|54}}
 
[[Wyvern Point]] in northern [[Sothoryos]] is named after the creature, which hunts above its swamps and jungles.<ref>"Wyvern Point" entry in ''[[A World of Ice and Fire]]''</ref> Septon [[Barth]] wrote about them in ''[[Dragons, Wyrms, and Wyverns: Their Unnatural History]]''.{{ref|ADWD|14}} The sigil of [[House Vyrwel]] of [[Darkdell]] depicts a wyvern. The castle of [[Dragonstone]] includes wyverns among its stone gargoyles.{{ref|ACOK|Prologue}}{{ref|ACOK|54}}
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Revision as of 13:50, 24 June 2014

Wyverns are kin to dragons, although they do not breathe fire.[1]

Wyvern Point in northern Sothoryos is named after the creature, which hunts above its swamps and jungles.[2] Septon Barth wrote about them in Dragons, Wyrms, and Wyverns: Their Unnatural History.[3] The sigil of House Vyrwel of Darkdell depicts a wyvern. The castle of Dragonstone includes wyverns among its stone gargoyles.[4][5]

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