I am far from an artist. I Go Hard Now has plenty of people skilled at drawing, and I am not one of them. However, when I was presented with the idea that we should all draw sketches of Rondo, how could I resist? So here it is, my childish rendition of what Rondo would look like if his feline skills were adapted literally.
Shit, I forgot his tail.
There’s a myth of sorts going around these parts. It goes a little something like this….
There once was a being, half man, half dragon. He went by the name Drajon Rondo and was born of a goddess whose identity is unknown, as it is said the birth of Drajon caused her passing, and a dragon king who goes by the name of Kar’nthon. He was a dick though, and never really was a part of Drajon’s life. As such, Drajon was orphaned and left to grow up amongst humans, who taught him their ways.
Drajon grew up to be an odd looking fellow, with the lower body and hands of a dragon, the arms and torso of a human, and the face of a hornless minotaur. He was often teased for his looks at a young age, but was able to disarm his haters with an icy stare by the time he was eleven years old. For fear of their lives, when Drajon shot them his dagger filled glance, the malicious detractors pissed their pants and fled.
Even with a lot of assholes in the realm of humans, Drajon managed to fit in by playing sports as a teenager. One of his favorite things to do was play roundball. The sport allowed him to showcase his speed and strength (dragon powers, obvs), while also allowing him to feel more of a kinship with the humans he grew up and lived with. It made him feel like one of them, one of the humans, which he never felt much before. Even if it was just for the length of a roundball match, he felt like he belonged.
So, what’s become of Drajon, you ask?
There are legends that Drajon had cosmetic surgery done to look more like a human — removing his dragon parts and replacing them with human-like prosthetic legs and hands. Those who believe this legend say he was last seen in his Drajon form near a hospital outside of Lexington, Kentucky in summer of 2003. Others say he ran off into the night one day, his deep yearning to touch his dragon roots again finally overwhelming him and causing him to flee and never be seen again.
Whatever the case, no one is really sure whatever happened to Drajon. Or did he ever even exist?
Does the legend live among us? Or is he gone forever?
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