Dragon-self pronouns; CW for compactness
This is under a CW purely for clutter reasons. I've little shame and not much restraint, but I like to arrange myself for neat display!
I had someone ask, so I thought I might elaborate properly.
Renolethyn "Eyeless" Michael/Chelle Edelwood, Marsh Dragon Extraordinaire! The name of my dragonsona and current working psuedonym. A fictional type of dragon--as opposed to all those real dragons--with weird gender things going on.
The short version: I am male. Renolethyn is male. I would absolutely prefer being called 'he' offline (If you don't I'm not going to clobber you but you WILL get the smallest pizza/cake slices, be called on last, and not get a Christmas card).
Online, Renolethyn (and myself by extension) is just fine getting he or she in reference. I'm well aware how Reno looks. "She" is kind of enjoyable in fact, hence the display name here and birdsite.
Canon of fictional race if you care:
Marsh dragons have 3 sexes and 4 concrete/majority genders.
[Male/Female/Egg-carrying Male] and
Male/Female/Male (female secondary sex characteristics)/Female (Male secondary sex characteristics).
No I don't have a shorthand for any of that, sorry.
For both male types and single female type, equal spread of (being tall/broad shouldered/no-breasted) and (curvy hips/breasts/slender waist). Renolethyn is Egg-Carrying Male (Female Secondary Characteristics).
You can use all that info if you want to be a marsh dragon yourself! Or just like, yell at me for being wrong somewhere.
Magic Item idea:
a ring that you activate and hold concentration on.
if you lose concentration without first taking action to end the spell effect it blasts you and your immediate surroundings with some stupid volume of damage, killing you instantly and possibly whoever was dumb enough to make you let go of the ring, the aptly named Dead Man's Switch
my man J. Kenji Lopez-Alt had a way similar idea:
(kimchi-brined chicken sounds amazing too)
I made this, but with chicken instead of the tofu. Also, I added kimchi brine to the sauce meant to coat it. I think it might actually be the best thing I've ever done to chicken and tomorrow I'm repeating it with proper flour breading instead of just corn starch. Sweet, spicy, fermentation-sour and crunchy. It's astoundingly good.
It's also probably already a proper Korean dish but I have no idea. I need to get my mitts on some ginger.
Renolethyn "Eyeless" Mike Edelwood | Amateur Smut Freelance | 👑Dragon👑| Calibrated for Softness
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